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The County was organized in 1841.
Named after Silas Wright, Congressman, U.S. Senator and Governor of New York.
The County Seat is Hartville.
Cities & Towns:
Graff, Grove Springs, Hartville, Macomb, Manes, Mansfield, Mountain Grove, Norwood
Situated in the southwestern part of the State, upon the high table lands of the Ozark range,
this county presents a great variety of surfaces, from the level or moderately undulating prairie to the rugged
hills and miniature mountains. The soil in the valleys and here and there on the uplands is fertile and produces
very satisfactory crops. Farmers have raised good crops of hemp-say 1200 pounds to the acre; tobacco 1200;
corn 75 bushels, and other grains, grasses and vegetables in proportion. The gravelly portions of the upland are
well adapted to fruit culture, and particularly favorable for grapes. Stock raising will always pay well.
Lead ore has been found at numerous localities in the county, but no mines opened that have been reported.
Population in 1860, 4,508.
The Source is: P.M. Pinckard, The Missouri handbook, St. Louis, 1865, 162 pgs.
Transcribed by Donna Walton
June 2013: Community News item
May 2013 -- Obits: Crewse
March 2013 -- 1883 Pensioners
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