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POINT OF INTEREST "G"
Walk north to the end of the sidewalk and read about the Iron Landing
on the commemorative marker. Then continue east on Wharf Street.
 

The three story brick building at 206 Wharf St. was constructed in the 1840s. Part of the lot was sold to Charles Eitzen, Hermann's benefactor. He was a steamboat agent and ran a store at this location, making a fortune trading in iron ore and white pine lumber that was hauled from southern Missouri along the Old Iron Road. In later years the building served as a Masonic Hall. Currently it is a private residence.

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Point B Point N
Point C Point O
Point D Point P
Point E Point Q
Point F Point R
Point G Point S
Point H Point T
Point I Point U
Point J Point V
Point K Point W
Point L VIEW MAP
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