Third and Poulin
St. Joseph, MO 64501
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A series of connected houses, Robidoux Row was built in the late 1840's by the City of St. Joseph founder Joseph Robidoux. Included are Robidoux’s restored private quarters, furnished with some of his own personal belongings.
Exhibits depict the earliest days of St. Joseph, which was once known as St. Michael's Meadow. The museum interprets the impact of French fur trader Joseph Robidoux on the development of the City. Exhibits also show daily life in St. Joseph in the mid-1800s.
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