Dade County, Missouri
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DADE COUNTY
The Source is: P.M. Pinckard, The Missouri handbook, St. Louis, 1865, 162 pgs.
Transcribed by Donna Walton

Is situated in the south-western part of the State. The face of the country is undulating, and in some portions broken-more prairie than timber. The soil is generally fertile, and well adapted to the various purposes of agriculture, horticulture, and stock raising. Water power is abundant-upon some of the streams unimproved. Iron, copper, and coal have been found in various parts of the county, but no mine have been worked to any considerable extent. Timber enough along the valleys for practical purposes.
The mildness of the climate, abundance of native and cultivated grasses, and of stock water render this county well adapted to stock growing. Thousands of cattle have been driven from here to Utah and California. There were on the 1st of March, about 30,000 acres of government land in this county, subject to entry at the Booneville Lane Office.

Established: Jan. 29, 1841
Parent County: Barry and Polk
County Seat: Greenfield
Named After: Francis L. Dade, pioneer settler

 

 
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Birth

Death

Cemeteries

Census

Church History & Records
Church History

Family Pages

History
County History

Events
John McLemore Celebration of Life

Marriages

Military
1883 Pensioners
World War II Honor List of Dead and Missing
Korean War Casualties 1950-1957
War Dep't.,  Thomas J. Caldwell - Charge:  Murder

Newspaper Articles

Obituaries

Government

Pensions

   
County Updates
November 2014
Several News Articles

June 2013
Many Bios Added

May 2013

Church History

February 2013

Bios: Choate, Edwards
1883 Pensioners

 

 

Surrounding Counties

Cedar County (north)
Polk County (northeast)
Greene County (southeast)
Lawrence County (south)
Jasper County (southwest)
Barton County (west)

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