Gentry County MO Historical Schools


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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name USGS Topo Map
Adam School New Hampton
Alanthus School Alanthus Grove
Beggs School Stanberry
Buckley School Darlington
Burnett School Gentry
Canaday School Gentry
Carmack School Darlington
Columbia School King City
Colvin School Albany North
Concord School Berlin
Crosswhite School Stanberry
David School Gentry
Dawson School Albany North
Dewey-Sumner School Ford City
Dorsey School Albany North
Dover School Matkins
Elam School McFall
Evona School Albany South
Fairview School Alanthus Grove
Floyd School Stanberry
Ford City School Ford City
Fore School Albany South
Gartin School Albany South
Gentryville School Albany South
Glendenning School New Hampton
Grandview School Berlin
Grantham School Alanthus Grove
Hall School Gentry
Howell School Darlington
Hugginsville School Gentry
Island City School Stanberry
Jennings School Alanthus Grove
Karr School King City
Liggett School Alanthus Grove
Locust Grove School New Hampton
Lone Star School Albany North
McGuire School Darlington
Millen School Ford City
Needels School Albany North
Normal School Gentry
Pleasant Grove School Albany North
Pleasant Valley School Albany North
Prairie Flower School King City
Rattlesnake School Berlin
Sandville School Albany South
Shepherd School Ford City
Siloam School Albany North
Spessard School Albany South
Star School Stanberry
Union School Gentry
Victory School King City
Walker School Darlington
Wayman School Albany North
Wilson School Alanthus Grove
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