Patee House Museum

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The Patee House in St. Joseph Missouri was the Eastern Terminus for the historic Pony Express Route. The Patee house was built in 1858 and was considered a luxurious 140 room Hotel. In 1860 Russell, Majors, and Waddell established their office of the Central Overland California & Pikes Peak Express Company on the first floor of the the Hotel. The Pattee House is a National Museum today.

NPEA Annual Re-ride Starts in St. Joseph, Missouri

More than 700 riders began the mail service trip by horse in Missouri on Monday, the Scottsbluff Star-Herald reported. They’ll, Continue Reading

WATCH: The Pony Express rides again

Coverage of the start of the 2017 Re-Ride at the Patee house Watch Video…

Pony Express re-ride highlights city’s Old West roots

It was two women who took off from the Patee House Museum on horseback yesterday for the annual Pony Express, Continue Reading

Annual re-ride brings Pony Express history back to life in 2,000 mile journey

The Pony Express re-ride starts Monday afternoon at 3 o’clock from the Patee House in St. Joseph to begin the, Continue Reading

Marking city’s most famous beginning and ending

St. Joseph has always laid claim to being the place where the Pony Express started and Jesse James ended. Monday, Continue Reading

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