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Sappington, Missouri print that page

census.gov/geo/www/gazetteer/gazette.html . Retrieved 2011-04-23 .   [ edit ] External links Sappington -Concord Historical Society

wikipedia.org | 2011/10/2 23:01:54

Sappington Cemetery State Historic Site print that page

Sappington Cemetery State Historic Site From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Coordinates : 39°1′58″N 93°0′27″W / 39.03278°N 93.0075°W / 39.03278; -93.0075 Sappington Cemetery State Historic Site Missouri State Historic

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John S. Marmaduke print that page

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The second son among ten children, Marmaduke was born on his father's plantation near Arrow Rock in Saline County, Missouri . [ 1 ] His father, Meredith Miles Marmaduke (1791–1864), was the eighth Governor of Missouri . His great-grandfather, John Breathitt , had served as the Governor

List of museums in Missouri print that page

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This list of museums in Missouri encompasses museums which are defined for this context as institutions (including non-profit organizations , government entities, and private businesses ) that collect and care for objects of cultural, artistic, scientific, or historical interest and make

Marc Sappington print that page

Lawyers for Sappington blamed the four-day killing spree on a history of schizophrenia and daily use of the hallucinogenic drug PCP . Sappington himself claimed that voices in his head told him to eat flesh and blood or he would die. [ 1 ] Sappington was convicted on June 23, 2004 of

wikipedia.org | 2011/7/16 9:37:59

First Missouri State Capitol State Historic Site print that page

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First Missouri State Capitol State Historic Site From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Coordinates : 38°46′49″N 90°28′55″W / 38.78028°N 90.48194°W / 38.78028; -90.48194 First Missouri State Capitol State Historic Site Missouri

Montauk State Park (Missouri) print that page

release season running from mid-November until mid-February. [ edit ] External links Official Missouri State Park website MontaukPark.com - Resource Page v   •   d   •   e Protected Areas of Missouri Federal National Monuments : George Washington Carver

wikipedia.org | 2010/9/24 19:42:34

Mingo National Wildlife Refuge print that page

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National Wildlife Refuge located in northwestern Stoddard and southeastern Wayne counties in Missouri . Its southwesternmost portion lies on the shores of Lake Wappapello . Named after the Mingo tribe , it was established to preserve bottomland hardwoods as well as provide waterfowl and

Bennett Spring State Park print that page

following day can be purchased in the evening on the current day. [ edit ] See also List of Missouri state parks [ edit ] References ^ "National Register Information System" . National Register of Historic Places . National Park Service. 2007-01-23 . http://www.nr.nps.gov/ .  

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Battle of Lexington State Historic Site print that page

The Battle of Lexington State Historic Site is located in Lexington , Missouri . The site was established in 1958 to preserve the site of the American Civil War battle that took place in 1861 between Confederate troops led by General Sterling Price and Federal troops led by Colonel James

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