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Early mining center, named for the famous South American silver mine, Potosi was established by Moses Austin as the seat of Washington County, organized, 1813.
Austin came here, 1797, after receiving a 3 square mile Spanish land grant…
George Breckenridge - VA.
James Bryan - VA.
Miles Goforth - N.C.
John Hawkins - N.C.
Benjamin Harrison - VA.
James Johnson- VA.
Thomas Madden- VA.
John Paul- VA.
John Perry- PA.
Daniel Phelps - CONN.
Joseph Reyburn- VA.
Comfort Ruggles …
First college owned by St. Louis Conference of the Methodist Church south
Bellevue Valley lies between Ozark spurs. Buford Mountain on east, second highest in Missouri, named for William Buford. Came from Virginia in 1810. Name carried on in valley.
First people mound-builders, then Indians. French named Bell…
In the opening moments of the battle, Union infantry swept back Southern cavalry, over-running two camps and topping the crest of Bloody Hill. Nothing stood in the Federals' way. At the bottom of Bloody Hill lay the main Southern camp, virtually d…
On August 6, 1861, the Southern army entered this valley from your left on the Wire Road, the restored historic road in front of you. The soldiers camped on both sides of the creek for a mile or more upstream and downstream from this point. Here, …