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Historical Markers in Shannon County, Missouri

 
Clickable Map of Shannon County, Missouri and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Shannon County, MO (3) Carter County, MO (8) Dent County, MO (3) Howell County, MO (6) Oregon County, MO (3) Reynolds County, MO (1) Texas County, MO (3)  ShannonCounty(3) Shannon County (3)  CarterCounty(8) Carter County (8)  DentCounty(3) Dent County (3)  HowellCounty(6) Howell County (6)  OregonCounty(3) Oregon County (3)  ReynoldsCounty(1) Reynolds County (1)  TexasCounty(3) Texas County (3)
Eminence is the county seat for Shannon County
Adjacent to Shannon County, Missouri
      Carter County (8)  
      Dent County (3)  
      Howell County (6)  
      Oregon County (3)  
      Reynolds County (1)  
      Texas County (3)  
 
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1Missouri (Shannon County), Eminence — Alley SpringThe Alley Mill Hamlet — Ozark National Scenic Riverways —
The cold, clear water of Alley Springs churns from a funnel-shaped basin at an average flow of 81 million gallons per day. Because of its abundance of fresh water this site has been inviting to a variety of people through time. Archeological . . . Map (db m61749) HM
2Missouri (Shannon County), Eminence — Eminence
(Front): Here in one of the most beautiful areas of Missouri's Ozarks, Eminence was founded as the seat of Shannon County after it was organized, 1841. First located north of Current River, the town was burned in the Civil War by guerrilla . . . Map (db m35926) HM
3Missouri (Shannon County), Winona — The Ancient OzarksRocky Falls — Ozark National Scenic Riverway —
Few places in the Ozarks provide a glimpse of earth's turbulent past as well as Rocky Falls. The reddish-brown rock you see here is rhyolite porphyry. It formed as molten rock deep within the earth and flowed onto the surface about 1.5 . . . Map (db m162219) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Dec. 9, 2022