LINKS TO SITES THAT ARE RELATED TO DOGTOWN
- Visit Dogtown
This is a website aimed at spotlighting everything great about St. Louis’ Dogtown neighborhood. Its mission is to attract increased tourism dollars into Dogtown’s businesses and the community through the site's organic online marketing efforts.
- The Oakland
Neighborhood. This document put up by St. Louis Community Development department has
some great information on streets and early settlements in the Dogtown area.
- Dogtown or Clayton/Tamm Neighborhood
Another site from the St. Louis City. There are some interesting data on demographics of the neighbood, including economic
and race data.
- Official Clayton Tamm Community Association homepage
A very useful site a calendar of events, volunteer opportunities, lots on the businesses and restaurants of the neighborhood and
- Dogtown Beekeepers
- Clifton Neighborhood
- Franz Park Neighborhood
- Hi-point Neighborhood
Another site from St. Louis City, including democraphics for this northwestern portion of Dogtown.
This is another site provided by the City of St. Louis. Cheltenham may be official beyond the borders of
Dogtown, but I've always tended to think of it as part of the neighborhood. There is some interesting
historical data on this site.
- The Forest Park Highlands Doug Garner has put up an exciting site
of photos and text about the Forest Park Highlands. I have my own fond memories of the swimming pool, the marvelous mirrors that made one
look so very funny, and just hanging around at the Highlands. Doug provides the stimulus to make all those memories return.
- The Icarians
This site is a general one on the Icarian movement and not on the Cheltenham Icarians. However, it
will give a bit of general background on the movement and its leader, Etienne Cabot.
- Some great old photos of Forest Park are on this site.
- St. Louis Tourism and Business links