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is: P.M. Pinckard, The Missouri handbook, St. Louis, 1865, 162
Is situated in the west central part of the State. The general
character of the country is broken; about one-fourth being undulating
prairie, (the north portion,) the remainder rough timberland. There are
some excellent bottom lands in the central part under a good state of
cultivation. The streams, (shown upon the map) are cold, clear, rapid, and
generally gravelly bottomed, and in many places the towering cliffs that
overhang the streams, crowned by cedars hanging from fissures in the
rocks, render the scenery truly grand. Excellent water power unimproved-a
capital opening for saw or grist mills. The Osage river is navigable as
high as Manoa, a new town twenty miles from the western boundary line of
the State. Warsaw, the county seat, is the principal shipping point for
this county. The S.W. Branch Pacific R.R. will pass through the adjoining
county, north. The crops usually raised are corn, wheat, oats, rye,
tobacco, &c. Mules and horses val ued at $50,000 have been annually
sold from this county-driven south. Lead ore is abundant, and mines are
There were last spring, 110,000 acres of un-entered
land in the county.
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