Notice: Downtown Liberty is getting a new "streetscape" beginning early May.
Please Click Here for Directions to James Country during the project!

The City of Liberty has begun constructing a new "streetscape" in downtown Liberty and of course, James Country cannot escape the turmoil of the construction! The destruction of the Liberty downtown square has finally begun and, of course, they have started with our block!

Although progress is slow, the City of Liberty continues to say that our block will be completed by the end of July -- at least two weeks behind schedule. In order to finish work on our block, there will be removal of existing sidewalks and paving of the new street and sidewalks. It is probably that we will not be able to open for a day or two whenever that finally happens. Please check this website and the phone message to cross check and make sure you can still get to us. Thank you for your continued patronage and support!

Photos courtesy the Liberty Tribune.

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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



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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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