Prehistoric cultural affiliation(s) include Woodland,Initial & Terminal, Archaic, Historic Chippewa, Initial Woodland--Laurel, Late Woodland--Blackduck and Terminal Woodland dating back to 2999 BC.
Several famous people are associated with these St. Louis County historic places including W.T. Bailey, Andrew G. Anderson and Emmett Butler.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the St. Louis County places including C.P.A. Turner, Thomas F. McGibray, Oliver Traphagen, Hall & Hunt Palmer, Palmer, Hall, & Hunt, International Harvester, Elias Aho, Clarence H. Johnston Sr., John Wangenstein and Daniel & Co. Burnham. Prominent architectural styles found in St. Louis Country are Renaissance, Classical Revival and Romanesque.
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