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    • Calhoun, Missouri

    • Calhoun (Mo.)--Pictorial works; Cities and towns--Missouri--Pictorial works
    • Image of west side of square, Calhoun, in Henry County, Missouri. In 1835, James Nash platted the town of Calhoun and named it for statesman John C. Calhoun of South Carolina. On the night of December 3, 1877, the "Great Fire" swept through the...
    • Cape Girardeau, Missouri

    • Cape Girardeau (Mo.) -- Pictorial works; Cities and towns --Missouri -- Pictorial works
    • Image of Main Street, Cape Girardeau, Missouri. The town of Cape Girardeau was established about 1793, while Missouri was part of Spanish Upper Louisiana. Founded and owned entirely by Frenchman Louis Lorimier, its name probably originates with a...
    • De Soto, Missouri

    • De Soto (Mo.) -- Pictorial works; Cities and towns -- Missouri -- Pictorial works
    • Image of Main Street, De Soto, in Jefferson County, Missouri. Thomas C. Fletcher, future governor of Missouri, laid out the town of De Soto in 1857. The opening of the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railroad in 1858 led to the town's rapid...
    • De Soto, Missouri

    • Cities and towns - Missouri - Pictorial works; De Soto (MO) - Pictorial works
    • Image of East Main Street, De Soto, in Jefferson County, Missouri. Thomas C. Fletcher, future governor of Missouri, laid out the town of De Soto in 1857. The opening of the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railroad in 1858 led to the town's...
    • Fulton, Missouri

    • Fulton (Mo.) -- Pictorial works; Cities and towns -- Missouri -- Pictorial works
    • Image of west side of square, looking north, Fulton, in Callaway County, Missouri. Chosen as the county seat in 1825, Fulton was named for Robert Fulton, the first person to propel a boat through water using steam. The photo may depict one of the...
    • Greencastle, Missouri

    • Greencastle (Mo.) -- Pictorial works; Cities and towns -- Missouri -- Pictorial works
    • Image of Main Street, Greencastle, in Sullivan County, Missouri. Incorporated on August 8, 1881, the original plat for Greencastle comprised seven blocks. A series of fires in the business district, one in 1911 and three during the 1920s, slowed...
    • Irondale, Missouri

    • Irondale (Mo.) -- Pictorial works; Cities and towns -- Missouri -- Pictorial works
    • Image of Main Street, Irondale, in Washington County, Missouri. After the completion of the Iron Mountain Railroad in 1858, two settlements on the opposite banks of Dry Creek united to form Irondale. In 1857, the Edwin Harrison Company erected an...
    • Irondale, Missouri

    • Irondale (Mo.) -- Pictorial works; Cities and towns -- Missouri -- Pictorial works
    • Image of Main Street, Irondale, in Washington County, Missouri. After the completion of the Iron Mountain Railroad in 1858, two settlements on the opposite banks of Dry Creek united to form Irondale. In 1857, the Edwin Harrison Company erected an...
    • Knox City, Missouri

    • Knox City (Mo.) -- Pictorial works; Cities and towns -- Missouri -- Pictorial works
    • Image of street in Knox City, in Knox County, Missouri. "Traveling west on the Quincy, Missouri and Pacific Railroad, the first station within the limits of Knox County is the beautiful little village of Knox City. The elevation of its situation...
    • Poplar Bluff, Missouri

    • Poplar Bluff (Mo.) -- Pictorial works; Cities and towns -- Missouri - Pictorial works
    • Image of Main Street, Poplar Bluff, in Butler County, Missouri. Poplar Bluff, the seat of Butler County, acquired its name in 1849 when the site, located on the bluffs of the Black River, was still a wilderness covered with immense poplar or tulip...
    • Savannah, Missouri

    • Savannah (Mo.) -- Pictorial works; Cities and towns -- Missouri -- Pictorial works
    • North side of square, Savannah, in Andrew County, Missouri. Founded in 1841 as Union, Savannah was renamed in June of that year as a courtesy to Georgia-born Samuel Crowley, a member of the first county court, who loved his native city. From 1860...
    • Weston, Missouri

    • Cities and towns - Missouri - Pictorial works; Weston (MO) - Pictorial works
    • Image of Main Street, Weston, in Platte County, Missouri. In 1837 a retired soldier named Joseph Moore purchased the site that became Weston from an Indian trader for a barrel of whiskey. The photo was taken just before a major fire destroyed...

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