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There are many lakes in Missouri such as Bull Shoals Lake, Harry S. Truman Reservoir, Lake of the Ozarks, Mark Twain Lake, Stockton Lake, Table Rock Lake and Thomas Hill Reservoir.
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Emancipation in Missouri?

Emancipation Day in Missouri is traditionally celebrated in Missouri in August in such communities as Boonville, Neosho, Clinton, Joplin and others. However, for whatever reason, the Missouri legislature enacted legislation in 2003 recognizing "Emancipation Day" as June 19. This appears to be a legislative attempt to conflate the traditional Missouri celebration of Emancipation Day to Texas' celebration of its Juneteenth celebration. The "Juneteenth Celebration" originated in Texas in honor of their June 19, 1865, belated awareness of the end of the Civil War. General Granger brought this knowledge to them. The Civil War ended April 9, 1865, when Gen. Lee surrendered to General Grant. Missouri Emancipation Day may be rooted in one of several occurrences: 1. Gen. Fremont's unilateral declaration of Emancipation of freedom to all slaves in Missouri in August 1861, issued when he was the Union military commander of the Department of the West. This was later rescinded by President Lincoln, a few weeks later, due to alleged political concerns; 2. The Emancipation Proclamation issued January 1, 1863; 3. The Missouri Emancipation Act freeing slaves January 1, 1865; or, 4. The end of the Civil War, April 9, 1865. I lean toward Fremont's declaration, as it actually freed some slaves in 1861, and the August date is too coincidental.

Who discovered Missouri?

Pierre Laclede Liguest founded the city of St. Louis in November 1763. He began clearing the land for the site of the village the following February. St. Louis is located in that original site today..

Where is the Missouri River?

The Missouri River is longer than the Mississippi, into which it flows after crossing much of the Great Plains. Unfortunately, it is not as navigable for much of its length. Its tributaries begin in northern Wyoming and southern Montana. The Missouri itself touches 7 states, beginning near Three Forks in Montana, bisecting North and South Dakota, and forming the boundary between Nebraska and Iowa, and between Kansas and Missouri. It crosses Missouri west to east and joins the Mississippi River north of St Louis, on the west bank opposite Hartford, Illinois.

Who were born in Missouri?

Famous Missourians:. Burt Bacharach songwriter, Kansas City Josephine Baker singer, dancer, Saint Louis Yogi Berra baseball player, Saint Louis Thomas Hart Benton painter, Neosho William Burroughs writer, Saint Louis . Martha Jane Canary (Calamity Jane) frontierswoman, Princeton George Washington Carver educator, agricultural chemist, Diamond Grove Samuel Langhorne Clemens (Mark Twain) author, Florida Walter Cronkite TV newscaster, Saint Joseph T. S. Eliot poet, Saint Louis . Eugene Field author, poet, Saint Louis Redd Foxx actor, comedian, Saint Louis John Goodman actor, Affton Betty Grable actress, Saint Louis Dick Gregory comic, activist, Saint Louis . Jean Harlow actress, Kansas City William Lear aviation inventor, Hannibal Rush Limbaugh communicator, Cape Girardeau John Huston film director, Nevada Jesse James outlaw, Centerville . Geraldine Page actress, Kirksville James C. Penney merchant, Hamilton Marlin Perkins TV host, zoo director, Carthage Vincent Price actor, Saint Louis Ginger Rogers dancer, actress, Independence . Sara Teasdale poet, Saint Louis Harry S. Truman U.S. president, Lamar Mark Twain author, Florida Dick Van Dyke actor, West Plains Dennis Weaver actor, Joplin .

What is manufactured in Missouri?

The manufacture of transportation equipment, food products, fabricated metals, machinery. chemicals, plastics and rubber, printing, electrical equipment, and furniture employs the most people in the Missouri manufacturing sector.

Who founded Missouri?

In 1673, father Jacque Marquette and Louis Joliet were the first toset foot on land, that later became Missouri. Pierre lacledefounded the town St. Louis on Febuary 15 1764.

Is Missouri a state?

Missouri is America's 24th state; it was admitted into the union on August 10, 1821. The name is also used for the Missouri River, the longest tributary of the Mississippi River.

What is a lake?

A lake is a large body of water that is surrounded by land a body of (usually fresh) water surrounded by land

What are the five largest lakes in Missouri?

Are you talking about the Great Lakes??? . prolly not, but if you are then here: Huron O....something starting with O Michigan Erie Superior i don't think you're talking bout the great lakes. but w/e. anyone who was looking for it, well, there you are.. Truman lake, table Rock Lake, Lake of the Ozarks, Stockton lake, Mark Twain Lake

Does it snow in Missouri?

My knowledge on that subject is that no- not often, but occasionaly and it is common during cold temperatures throughout the winter. All parts of the state experience snow.

Largest lake in Missouri?

Truman Reservoir (Lake) at 55,600 acres is slightly larger than the 55,000 acre Lake of the Ozarks

Do they have porcupines in Missouri?

I was traveling betwee Sullivan Missouri and Cuba Missouri a few weeks ago along I44 and I saw a porcupine dead along the road. I questioned my vision and traveled back along the service road and sure enough it was a pocupine. Hope this helps.

What is the Missouri plan?

A state adopted method of choosing judges. Under this plan, the governor appoints a judge from a list prepared by a commission of judges, lawyers, and ordinary citizens. Then, in the next election, voters cast a "yes" or "no" vote on whether they want the judge to stay in office.

How safe is Missouri?

From Wikipedia:. State Population Number of Crimes per 100,000 persons (Crime Rates) [51] Violent Crime Rates Property Crime Rates Total Rank Violent Crime Homicide Rape Robbery Assault Property Crime Burglary Larceny Motor vehicle theft . Alabama 4,530,182 426.6 5.6 38.5 133.4 249.1 4,025.0 986.0 2,729.5 309.6 4,451.6 17 Alaska 655,435 634.5 5.6 85.1 68.2 475.6 3,382.8 575.6 2,465.4 341.8 4,017.3 23 Arizona 5,743,834 504.1 7.2 33.0 134.4 329.4 5,340.5 990.4 3,387.2 962.9 5,844.6 2 Arkansas 2,752,629 499.1 6.4 42.4 86.2 364.1 4,013.0 1,093.5 2,683.8 235.8 4,512.1 16 California 35,893,799 551.8 6.7 26.8 172.1 346.3 3,419.0 685.1 2,030.1 703.8 3,970.8 25 Colorado 4,601,403 373.5 4.4 42.5 81.5 245.1 3,919.3 717.3 2,679.0 522.9 4,292.8 22 Connecticut 3,503,604 286.3 2.6 20.7 120.5 142.6 2,627.2 444.4 1,868.1 314.7 2,913.5 41 Delaware 830,364 568.4 2.0 41.5 146.7 378.1 3,163.9 648.3 2,257.1 258.6 3,732.3 28 District of Columbia 553,523 1,371.2 35.8 40.1 578.5 716.9 4,859.1 712.9 2,627.2 1,519.0 6,230.3 1 Florida 17,397,161 711.3 5.4 38.0 172.4 495.5 4,179.7 956.1 2,773.3 450.2 4,891.0 10 Georgia 8,829,383 455.5 6.9 27.0 154.7 266.8 4,265.9 940.0 2,825.0 501.0 4,721.4 14 Hawaii 1,262,840 254.4 2.6 26.4 74.8 150.7 4,792.8 857.4 3,252.8 682.6 5,047.2 6 Idaho 1,393,262 244.9 2.2 40.9 17.2 184.6 2,794.4 547.3 2,051.5 195.5 3,039.3 37 Illinois 12,713,634 542.9 6.1 33.2 177.2 326.4 3,186.1 597.3 2,271.3 317.4 3,729.0 29 Indiana 6,237,569 325.4 5.1 28.9 102.2 189.2 3,37.6 676.0 2,383.5 338.1 3,723.0 30 Iowa 2,954,451 270.9 1.6 26.7 38.0 204.5 2,905.3 615.1 2,107.3 182.9 3,176.2 35 Kansas 2,735,502 374.5 4.5 40.4 66.3 263.4 3,973.5 731.1 2,934.0 308.4 4,348.0 19 Kentucky 4,145,922 244.9 5.7 29.9 78.8 130.5 2,537.7 624.8 1,701.3 211.6 2,782.6 44 Louisiana 4,515,770 638.7 12.7 35.8 145.4 444.9 4,410.2 1,004.5 2,969.2 436.6 5,048.9 5 Maine 1,317,253 103.5 1.4 23.9 21.9 56.3 2,409.6 481.4 1,829.3 98.9 2,513.1 47 Maryland 5,558,058 700.5 9.4 23.7 229.6 437.8 3,640.2 660.0 2,335.1 645.2 4,340.7 20 Massachusetts 6,416,505 458.8 2.6 28.0 116.4 311.7 2,459.7 537.2 1,578.8 343.7 2,918.5 40 Michigan 10,112,620 490.2 6.4 54.2 111.9 317.7 3,057.6 636.8 1,921.0 499.9 3,547.8 32 Minnesota 5,100,958 269.6 2.2 41.6 79.8 146.0 3,039.0 549.9 2,224.2 265.0 3,308.6 33 Mississippi 2,902,966 295.1 7.8 40.0 86.2 161.1 3,478.5 952.9 2,254.2 271.4 3,773.6 27 Missouri 5,754,618 490.5 6.2 25.7 115.2 343.4 3,903.5 703.3 2,750.2 450.0 4,394.0 18 Montana 926,865 293.8 3.2 29.5 25.1 236.0 2,936.2 379.2 2,382.4 174.6 3,230.0 34 Nebraska 1,747,704 308.6 2.3 35.5 65.1 205.7 3,519.6 562.2 2,654.9 302.5 3,828.2 26 Nevada 2,334,771 615.9 7.4 40.9 210.1 357.6 4,206.6 991.2 2,246.0 969.5 4,822.5 12 New Hampshire 1,299,500 167.0 1.4 35.3 38.5 91.8 2,040.1 382.1 1,508.5 149.4 1,675.5 51 New Jersey 8,698,879 355.7 4.5 15.3 150.3 185.6 2,429.2 471.7 1,609.1 348.4 2,784.9 43 New Mexico 1,903,289 687.3 8.9 54.6 108.3 515.5 4,197.7 1,046.8 2,735.7 415.2 4,885.0 11 New York 19,227,088 441.6 4.6 18.8 174.3 244.0 2,198.6 367.7 1,617.7 213.3 2,640.2 46 North Carolina 8,541,221 447.8 6.2 27.4 137.9 276.2 4,160.2 1,184.8 2,659.4 316.0 4,608.0 15 North Dakota 634,366 79.4 1.4 25.1 6.1 46.8 1,916.6 301.1 1,472.7 142.8 1,996.0 50 Ohio 11,459,011 341.8 4.5 40.5 153.1 143.6 3,673.2 846.1 2,470.6 356.5 4,015.0 24 Oklahoma 3,523,553 500.5 5.3 44.2 87.7 363.3 4,242.1 1,000.2 2,874.1 367.7 4,742.6 13 Oregon 3,594,586 298.3 2.5 35.7 76.5 183.6 4,631.3 836.6 3,279.0 515.6 4,929.6 9 Pennsylvania 12,406,292 411.1 5.2 28.5 148.9 228.4 2,415.0 438.8 1,726.5 249.6 2,926.1 39 Rhode Island 1,080,632 247.4 2.4 29.6 67.6 147.7 2,884.1 505.7 2,001.0 377.4 3,131.5 36 South Carolina 4,198,068 784.2 6.9 40.9 129.7 606.7 4,504.8 1,034.4 3,097.9 372.5 5,289.0 3 South Dakota 770,883 171.5 2.3 43.8 14.8 110.5 1,933.5 408.5 1,415.3 109.7 2,105.0 49 Tennessee 5,900,962 695.2 5.9 37.6 149.8 501.8 4,306.5 1,020.3 2,866.8 419.4 5,001.7 8 Texas 22,490,022 540.5 6.1 37.3 159.3 337.9 4,494.0 978.7 3,097.0 418.3 5,034.5 7 Utah 2,389,039 236.0 1.9 39.1 51.7 143.3 4,085.6 637.1 3,128.2 320.3 4,321.6 21 Vermont 621,394 112.0 2.6 24.5 12.2 72.7 2,308.2 544.9 1,670.8 92.5 2,420.2 48 Virginia 7,459,827 275.6 5.2 23.7 92.6 154.1 2,676.6 386.0 2,057.2 233.4 2,952.2 38 Washington 6,203,788 343.8 3.1 46.1 94.6 200.2 4,849.2 977.3 3,175.0 696.9 5,193.0 4 West Virginia 1,815,354 271.2 3.7 17.6 42.3 207.6 2,506.2 602.2 1,698.1 206.0 2,777.4 45 Wisconsin 5,509,026 209.6 2.8 20.6 73.8 112.4 2,663.1 433.0 2,023.6 206.5 2,872.2 42 Wyoming 506,529 229.6 2.2 22.1 13.2 192.1 3,334.3 540.5 2,636.0 157.7 3,563.9 31. United States (Total) 293,655,404 465.5 5.5 32.2 136.7 291.1 3,517.1 729.9 2,365.9 421.3 3,980.6 (26) . SOURCE: US Bureau of Justice Statistics, 2004 . From Wikipedia:. State Population Number of Crimes per 100,000 persons (Crime Rates) [51] Violent Crime Rates Property Crime Rates Total Rank Violent Crime Homicide Rape Robbery Assault Property Crime Burglary Larceny Motor vehicle theft . Alabama 4,530,182 426.6 5.6 38.5 133.4 249.1 4,025.0 986.0 2,729.5 309.6 4,451.6 17 Alaska 655,435 634.5 5.6 85.1 68.2 475.6 3,382.8 575.6 2,465.4 341.8 4,017.3 23 Arizona 5,743,834 504.1 7.2 33.0 134.4 329.4 5,340.5 990.4 3,387.2 962.9 5,844.6 2 Arkansas 2,752,629 499.1 6.4 42.4 86.2 364.1 4,013.0 1,093.5 2,683.8 235.8 4,512.1 16 California 35,893,799 551.8 6.7 26.8 172.1 346.3 3,419.0 685.1 2,030.1 703.8 3,970.8 25 Colorado 4,601,403 373.5 4.4 42.5 81.5 245.1 3,919.3 717.3 2,679.0 522.9 4,292.8 22 Connecticut 3,503,604 286.3 2.6 20.7 120.5 142.6 2,627.2 444.4 1,868.1 314.7 2,913.5 41 Delaware 830,364 568.4 2.0 41.5 146.7 378.1 3,163.9 648.3 2,257.1 258.6 3,732.3 28 District of Columbia 553,523 1,371.2 35.8 40.1 578.5 716.9 4,859.1 712.9 2,627.2 1,519.0 6,230.3 1 Florida 17,397,161 711.3 5.4 38.0 172.4 495.5 4,179.7 956.1 2,773.3 450.2 4,891.0 10 Georgia 8,829,383 455.5 6.9 27.0 154.7 266.8 4,265.9 940.0 2,825.0 501.0 4,721.4 14 Hawaii 1,262,840 254.4 2.6 26.4 74.8 150.7 4,792.8 857.4 3,252.8 682.6 5,047.2 6 Idaho 1,393,262 244.9 2.2 40.9 17.2 184.6 2,794.4 547.3 2,051.5 195.5 3,039.3 37 Illinois 12,713,634 542.9 6.1 33.2 177.2 326.4 3,186.1 597.3 2,271.3 317.4 3,729.0 29 Indiana 6,237,569 325.4 5.1 28.9 102.2 189.2 3,37.6 676.0 2,383.5 338.1 3,723.0 30 Iowa 2,954,451 270.9 1.6 26.7 38.0 204.5 2,905.3 615.1 2,107.3 182.9 3,176.2 35 Kansas 2,735,502 374.5 4.5 40.4 66.3 263.4 3,973.5 731.1 2,934.0 308.4 4,348.0 19 Kentucky 4,145,922 244.9 5.7 29.9 78.8 130.5 2,537.7 624.8 1,701.3 211.6 2,782.6 44 Louisiana 4,515,770 638.7 12.7 35.8 145.4 444.9 4,410.2 1,004.5 2,969.2 436.6 5,048.9 5 Maine 1,317,253 103.5 1.4 23.9 21.9 56.3 2,409.6 481.4 1,829.3 98.9 2,513.1 47 Maryland 5,558,058 700.5 9.4 23.7 229.6 437.8 3,640.2 660.0 2,335.1 645.2 4,340.7 20 Massachusetts 6,416,505 458.8 2.6 28.0 116.4 311.7 2,459.7 537.2 1,578.8 343.7 2,918.5 40 Michigan 10,112,620 490.2 6.4 54.2 111.9 317.7 3,057.6 636.8 1,921.0 499.9 3,547.8 32 Minnesota 5,100,958 269.6 2.2 41.6 79.8 146.0 3,039.0 549.9 2,224.2 265.0 3,308.6 33 Mississippi 2,902,966 295.1 7.8 40.0 86.2 161.1 3,478.5 952.9 2,254.2 271.4 3,773.6 27 Missouri 5,754,618 490.5 6.2 25.7 115.2 343.4 3,903.5 703.3 2,750.2 450.0 4,394.0 18 Montana 926,865 293.8 3.2 29.5 25.1 236.0 2,936.2 379.2 2,382.4 174.6 3,230.0 34 Nebraska 1,747,704 308.6 2.3 35.5 65.1 205.7 3,519.6 562.2 2,654.9 302.5 3,828.2 26 Nevada 2,334,771 615.9 7.4 40.9 210.1 357.6 4,206.6 991.2 2,246.0 969.5 4,822.5 12 New Hampshire 1,299,500 167.0 1.4 35.3 38.5 91.8 2,040.1 382.1 1,508.5 149.4 1,675.5 51 New Jersey 8,698,879 355.7 4.5 15.3 150.3 185.6 2,429.2 471.7 1,609.1 348.4 2,784.9 43 New Mexico 1,903,289 687.3 8.9 54.6 108.3 515.5 4,197.7 1,046.8 2,735.7 415.2 4,885.0 11 New York 19,227,088 441.6 4.6 18.8 174.3 244.0 2,198.6 367.7 1,617.7 213.3 2,640.2 46 North Carolina 8,541,221 447.8 6.2 27.4 137.9 276.2 4,160.2 1,184.8 2,659.4 316.0 4,608.0 15 North Dakota 634,366 79.4 1.4 25.1 6.1 46.8 1,916.6 301.1 1,472.7 142.8 1,996.0 50 Ohio 11,459,011 341.8 4.5 40.5 153.1 143.6 3,673.2 846.1 2,470.6 356.5 4,015.0 24 Oklahoma 3,523,553 500.5 5.3 44.2 87.7 363.3 4,242.1 1,000.2 2,874.1 367.7 4,742.6 13 Oregon 3,594,586 298.3 2.5 35.7 76.5 183.6 4,631.3 836.6 3,279.0 515.6 4,929.6 9 Pennsylvania 12,406,292 411.1 5.2 28.5 148.9 228.4 2,415.0 438.8 1,726.5 249.6 2,926.1 39 Rhode Island 1,080,632 247.4 2.4 29.6 67.6 147.7 2,884.1 505.7 2,001.0 377.4 3,131.5 36 South Carolina 4,198,068 784.2 6.9 40.9 129.7 606.7 4,504.8 1,034.4 3,097.9 372.5 5,289.0 3 South Dakota 770,883 171.5 2.3 43.8 14.8 110.5 1,933.5 408.5 1,415.3 109.7 2,105.0 49 Tennessee 5,900,962 695.2 5.9 37.6 149.8 501.8 4,306.5 1,020.3 2,866.8 419.4 5,001.7 8 Texas 22,490,022 540.5 6.1 37.3 159.3 337.9 4,494.0 978.7 3,097.0 418.3 5,034.5 7 Utah 2,389,039 236.0 1.9 39.1 51.7 143.3 4,085.6 637.1 3,128.2 320.3 4,321.6 21 Vermont 621,394 112.0 2.6 24.5 12.2 72.7 2,308.2 544.9 1,670.8 92.5 2,420.2 48 Virginia 7,459,827 275.6 5.2 23.7 92.6 154.1 2,676.6 386.0 2,057.2 233.4 2,952.2 38 Washington 6,203,788 343.8 3.1 46.1 94.6 200.2 4,849.2 977.3 3,175.0 696.9 5,193.0 4 West Virginia 1,815,354 271.2 3.7 17.6 42.3 207.6 2,506.2 602.2 1,698.1 206.0 2,777.4 45 Wisconsin 5,509,026 209.6 2.8 20.6 73.8 112.4 2,663.1 433.0 2,023.6 206.5 2,872.2 42 Wyoming 506,529 229.6 2.2 22.1 13.2 192.1 3,334.3 540.5 2,636.0 157.7 3,563.9 31. United States (Total) 293,655,404 465.5 5.5 32.2 136.7 291.1 3,517.1 729.9 2,365.9 421.3 3,980.6 (26) . SOURCE: US Bureau of Justice Statistics, 2004 .

What state is Missouri in?

Missouri is a state. The country its in is the United States. Its capital is St. Louis. Its surrounded by the states of Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee and Arkansas. UPDATE:: THE CAPITAL IS NOT ST.LOUIS, IT'S JEFFERSON CITY. IT ALSO BORDERS OKLAHOMA! IT IS BORDERED BY 8 STATES. (just thought you should get an update)

What does Missouri mean?

Missouri gets its name from a tribe of Sioux Indians of the state called the Missouris. The word "Missouri" often has been construed to mean "muddy water" but the Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology has stated it means "town of the large canoes," and authorities have said the Indian syllables from which the word comes mean "wooden canoe people" or "he of the big canoe."

What is the largest lake in Missouri?

Truman lake and Lake of the Ozarks are boty around 55,000 surface acres at normal pool, but Truman Lake can grow to over 200,000 acres for flood control> Source http://www.nwk.usace.army.mil/ht/TheLake.cfm

Schools in Missouri?

Public Schools were incorporated in Missouri in 1833. The first high school and college was incorporated/built around 1850

What are the Missouri landforms?

Missouri has many landforms. Some of the landforms are the TableRock lake, caves, Mississippi River, Ozark Plateau, and St. FrancisMountains.

What did the the Missouri Compromise do?

The Missouri Compromise of 1820 was a compromise between pro-slavery and anti-slavery factions in Congress agreeing to prohibit slavery in states north of the parallel 36°30' north except in the state of Missouri. Additionally, the state of Maine was allowed to join the Union as a free state. This compromise was passed due to concerns of the creation of the state of Missouri destroying the delicate balance between slave states and free states in Congress.

Where is Missouri?

Missouri is a state located in the Midwestern United States. Itshares borders with eight states: Iowa, Illinois, Kentucky,Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas and Nebraska.

Are there any natural lakes in Missouri?

Missouri does not have natural lakes that are the result of past glaciation, as are common throughout the Great Lakes states and Canada. They do however have some oxbow lakes and lakes resulting from sinkholes or collapsed cave systems.

Is the Missouri river in Missouri?

About the last 550 miles of the Missouri River is in or along the border of Missouri. It goes through and borders several other states as well.

Are there panthers in Missouri?

There has been rare sighting of Black Panthers in Missouri.Although, no verified photographic or scientific evidence for theirexistence has been proven. There have been occasional and recentsighting where armature video and/or pictures (not positive ifreal) have been taken.

In Missouri does it rain?

A lot. This spring we have had some of the worst rainstorms we have had in a while, the worst winds, also, was when we had a microburst, it took off my parent's storm window, to give you an idea of how bad some storms get

Why vacation in Missouri?

Kansas City - Crown Center - Where it includes shopping, nice fancy restaruants, ice skating center, and more. Sprint Center - Where famous artist comes for concerts. Power and Light - A place where only people of 21 and older can come and party, chill, eat, shop, and have fun clubbing with your friends. Plaza - Outside shopping, fancy restaraunts, library close by, nice parks, and more. The a few minutes from there, Kansas City, Kansas has Legends 14 which is a outside shopping place, movie theaters, clubs and more. Worlds of Fun, Ocean of fun, Adventure Oasis, Super Splash ect are some theme parks/water parks. There is lots of things in just that one city. St. Louis has alot more and its a bigger city. It also has one Americas Land features, The famous Arch. Biggest arch and you can get on it through an elevator or something similar I believe. Also the best Six Flags in the U.S. But i can only talk best about Kansas City because I live there. Missouri sounds like a boring state but it is a great state and it be pretty fun for vacations :] Today, Missouri is one of the haven of many timeshare properties in the US. However, such properties might drain financially the owners in the long run. In fact, many owners today want to get rid of their timeshares. Transfer Smart offers them an effective way to get rid of it. This is a timeshare transfer company which offers a safe and effective way to get rid of it. If you're one of these owners, don't hesitate to call this company.

Town halfway between Green Lake Wisconsin and Saint Charles Missouri?

Being from Wisconsin Dells (only around an hour away from GreenLake) and now living in STL, I feel I'm pretty qualified toanswer... we usually stop in Oglesby, IL to get gas and switchdrivers (and sometimes eat). There are a few gas stations as wellas several fast food eateries to choose from. It's near Peru &LaSalle, first exit south of the river (whose name escapes me). Ithink this is about the half way point. We'll be making the drivethis weekend, in fact! Streator, Illinois, a few miles east of I-39 is almost exactlyhalfway.

What can you do in Missouri?

I would visit the Missouri tourism site and find which city you're going to. Just google "Missouri Tourism Official Website". Some popular attractions in Missouri include: Jefferson National Expansion Museum (aka the Arch) in St. Louis Branson, MO has many attractions, including a theme park (Silver Dollar City) There are many caves in Missouri. Hannibal, MO is the hometown of Mark Twain. It has some attractions and museums. In Lexington, MO, there is a Museum about a battle that took place there during the Civil War. Old Route 66 also passes through Missouri.

Did Missouri do The Missouri Compromise?

The Missouri Compromise was put forth by Senator Henry Clay in an attempt to prevent the addition of the new territory of Missouri, as a slave slate, from tipping the balance of power in Congress to Southern States. Since Missouri was not an official state until this compromise's passing, the state's people had no representation in Congress or ability to affect this bill.

How do people in Missouri pronounce Missouri?

There are 2 main ways I've heard it: MIZ-UR-EE (similar to misery) or MIZ-UR-IH (more of a country folk pronunciation) MissourAH is the only real way to pronounce it. Foreigners say it MissourEE; however, they are incorrect. Those who have many ancestors who have lived in Missourah call it that.

When are tornadoes in Missouri?

Tornadoes can occur in Missouri at any time of year but the highest activity by far is in the spring witht he most active months being April and May.

Why is Missouri you named that?

The state is named for the Missouri River, which was named after the indigenous Missouri Indians, a Siouan-language tribe..

Is Missouri in Iowa?

\n. no it is not, missouri is a different state the capitol of this state is jeferson city

Where is Ferguson Missouri?

Ferguson, Missouri lies near the eastern border of Missouri and is about 20 minutes (12.5 miles) north of St. Louis, Missouri

What are 5 rivers and lakes in Missouri?

The major rivers in Missouri areCurrent River, Mississippi River, Missouri River, Osage River, andSt. Francis River. The major lakes in Missouri are Lake of theOzarks, Table Rock Lake, Clearwater Lake, and Lake Wappapello.

Are there foxes in Missouri?

Yes! The red fox (Vulpes vulpes) is considered the most widelydistributed carnivore in the world, and is found throughoutMissouri.