The Ray County Museum, located in Richmond, MO, tells the story of the county and its role in US history. From the first settlers during the westward expansion, the tragic treatment of Native Americans in the region, to the Civil War and beyond – the Ray County Museum will provide you with the context of the region and its progress. After you visit the Ray County Museum, you will leave with a deeper understanding of how things came to be and you will surely have an anecdote or two to share to your friends and family back home.
A boat ramp to the beautiful Missouri River with a peaceful view of the river.
A boat ramp that allows visitors to access the Trail of Tears
Explore the Trail of Tears State Park to delve into a somber chapter in American history. Here, nine Cherokee Indian groups crossed the harsh winter Mississippi River in 1838-1839 during their forced relocation to Oklahoma.…
The path taken by Chief John Ross on his way to Cairo. (https://www.hmdb.org/m.asp?m=161480)