Notice: The Liberty Square is now open!!!
They have stopped all construction for the winter and have opened all streets in downtown Liberty. We have a full block of parking in front of the store. Construction (or destruction) will resume in the spring, but let's take advantage of the delays -- come visit us!!
And to "celebrate" the fact that downtown is now open, there will be Holiday activities throughout downtown on Saturday, November 26th from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. -- ending with the lighting of the city tree at 5 p.m. Come join us!!
The best way to reach the store from the north, west or south, is to get to Exit 20 on Interstate 35 -- which is Lightburne Road -- and follow it in to the city. You turn right from Lightburne onto Mississippi and go west, over the hill with the flashing light -- to Main Street, then turn left on Main, coming right down to us.
If you are coming from the east, your best bet is to take 291 north from I-70, then follow that into the city of Liberty. As you approach the city, you will turn right at the Pour Boy Gas Station onto Leonard -- follow Leonard until you cross the railroad tracks and come to the cross street of Mill. Continue on -- it's now Lightburne -- and turn left onto Mississippi, then go west on Mississippi until Main Street -- turn left down the hill to us!!
We are open and ready to serve your holiday needs!!!
-- Del and Jean

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James Country Mercantile started life in 1985 as James Country Muzzleloading, right in the heart of the area which bred and nurtured Frank and Jesse James.

James Country Mercantile is now one of the largest sutleries in existence, offering a full line of historically accurate goods, custom sewing, research, consultation, and associated services.

Located just north of the Historic Square downtown:

111 N. Main St.
Liberty, MO 64068
816-781-9473

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In the News ...
James Country Mercantile reproductions chosen for display

Jean Warren, proprietor of James Country Mercantile, has made several reproduction quilts, also referred to as "soldier comforts", deemed accurate enough for educational display. One quilt is on display at the Andersonville Prison Musuem. The quilt featured at left will be on display in the cabin at the James Farm Home and Museum.

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