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Historical Markers in Ha Ha Tonka, Missouri

 
Clickable Map of Camden 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 Camden County, MO (6) Benton County, MO (1) Dallas County, MO (3) Hickory County, MO (5) Laclede County, MO (8) Miller County, MO (1) Morgan County, MO (2) Pulaski County, MO (24)  CamdenCounty(6) Camden County (6)  BentonCounty(1) Benton County (1)  DallasCounty(3) Dallas County (3)  HickoryCounty(5) Hickory County (5)  LacledeCounty(8) Laclede County (8)  MillerCounty(1) Miller County (1)  MorganCounty(2) Morgan County (2)  PulaskiCounty(24) Pulaski County (24)
Camdenton is the county seat for Camden County
Ha Ha Tonka is in Camden County
      Camden County (6)  
ADJACENT TO CAMDEN COUNTY
      Benton County (1)  
      Dallas County (3)  
      Hickory County (5)  
      Laclede County (8)  
      Miller County (1)  
      Morgan County (2)  
      Pulaski County (24)  
 
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1Missouri (Camden County), Ha Ha Tonka — American Indians, Trappers and SettlersHa Ha Tonka State Park — Missouri State Parks —
The cultural history of the Ha Ha Tonka area is as spectacular as its natural features. The wooded hillsides and abundant wildlife first attracted many American Indians. According to local folklore, Ha Ha Tonka is an Osage Indian word for . . . Map (db m162208) HM
2Missouri (Camden County), Ha Ha Tonka — One Man's DreamHa Ha Tonka State Park — Missouri State Parks —
At the beginning of the 1900s, Robert McClure Snyder, a Kansas City businessman, visited the area. He bought over 5,000 acres and began construction of his dream-a magnificent European-style mansion or "castle.” Material for the . . . Map (db m162205) HM
3Missouri (Camden County), Ha Ha Tonka — Snyder's LegacyHa Ha Tonka State Park — Missouri State Parks —
Snyder’s Legacy At the beginning of the 1900s, Robert McClure Snyder, a Kansas City businessman, bought over 5,000 acres and began construction of use his dream-a magnificent European-style mansion or "castle." Stone masons from . . . Map (db m162200) HM
4Missouri (Camden County), Ha Ha Tonka — The Water TowerHa Ha Tonka State Park — Missouri State Parks —
Gravity-Fed Water A tank at the top of this 80-foot structure provided gravity-fed water to the mansion. Employees of the estate and their families were housed in quarters beneath the tank. The water tower escaped damage from the 1942 . . . Map (db m162211) HM
5Missouri (Camden County), Ha Ha Tonka — Water: Sculpting The LandscapeHa Ha Tonka State Park — Missouri State Parks —
Ha Ha Tonka is a classic example of what geologists call karst topography This cutaway shows how ground water dissolved a large cave System in dolomite bedrock millions of years ago. After regional uplift, lowering of the water . . . Map (db m162209) HM
 
 
 
 
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Sep. 29, 2022