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New Madrid County Missouri
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New Madrid County History
The county was organized in 1812.
It was named for the district "Nuevo Madrid" located in the region during Spanish rule - after Madrid, Spain.
Its county seat is New Madrid.
The county includes a large part of the New Madrid Fault that produced the 1811–12 New Madrid earthquakes
Located in the floodplain of the Mississippi River, the area was long used for cotton production.
Canalou * Catron * Conran * Gideon * Howardville * Kewanee * Lilbourn * Marston * Matthews * Morehouse *
New Madrid (county seat) * North Lilbourn * Parma * Point Pleasant * Portageville * Risco * Sikeston * Tallapoosa