Bozeman House - Highways 26 and 51

This A=frame, one and one-half story Greek Revival dwelling was built in the mid-1840s for early Clark County settler Michael Bozeman, who owned the most successful large farming operation in pre-Civil War Clark County. Built at a cost of $1,500, the home is one of the oldest structures in the county. It was approved for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places, 1978.