Nominations to the National Register of Historic Places will be taken under consideration Friday.
One of the properties on the list is Arrow Rock Ferry Landing in Saline County. The land owner, Rich Lawson, has established the property as the site where the Santa Fe Trail crossed the Missouri River during the early-to-mid-19th century.
A total of 11 properties from across the state are being considered. According to their website, the council is made up of architects, historians, archaeologists, and interested community members appointed by the governor. The group meets four times per year. The remaining dates for 2013 include May 10, August 9, and November 8.