Old Jamestown Association

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Old Jamestown Association

St. Louis County, Missouri

Old Jamestown Association (OJA) researches and shares with residents, students, and others the area’s history, unique geological features, events, landmarks, and population; and facilitates communications between residents and the St. Louis County government and neighboring communities.

The Old Jamestown area is bounded by natural streams on the north and south. The Missouri River was the route of the Lewis and Clark expedition and Coldwater Creek was a clear, free flowing stream used by the early Native Americans. The roads bounding the east and west begin in the City of St. Louis and extend from the Halls Ferry Circle to the Missouri River. They were used by early settlers to transport farm produce and merchandise to and from St. Louis.

News and Community

Receive updates about the Saint Louis Zoo WildCare Park at the link below.

OJA Zoom Presentation 11/5/2020
I-270 North Website
Learn More About the Census

Flights Over Old Jamestown

We are pleased to share our new videos of the Old Jamestown area taken from a small airplane!

Six videos total, but in three pairs.

OJA 1:  https://youtu.be/XjUvXN8yncU

OJA 2:  https://youtu.be/nBXjKT5RYA0

OJA 3:  https://youtu.be/_pzazIbmzjY

Please read the video descriptions for helpful viewing tips.

Visit YouTube.com and search for our Old Jamestown Association channel.

You are welcome to send comments and questions about our videos to


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Membership in Old Jamestown Association supports our research, publications and speakers series.

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Household membership $15 per year

Individual Membership $10 per year


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Mailing Address

Old Jamestown Association

PO Box 2223

Florissant, Missouri 63032-2223