New Wells (in Cape Girardeau County, MO) Populated Place Profile


New Wells (GNIS FID: 731626) is a populated place located within the Township of Shawnee, a minor civil division (MCD) of Cape Girardeau County.

The elevation of New Wells is 410 feet. New Wells appears on the Neelys Landing U.S. Geological Survey Map. Cape Girardeau County is in the Central Time Zone (UTC -6 hours).

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