History Randolph County thru 1929 Huntsville Moberly MO

A History of Randolph County, Missouri From Its Beginning Until 1929
Compiled by Virginia Hall
2005

Inside front cover is autographed by author, Virginia Hall. Book is in Very Good Condition.
Does not look like it was opened too many times but there is a bump on the front cover bottom on the edge of the spine. Huntsville Public School was built in 1900, south on Elementary Scgool property, where Westran bus barns are now located. Some of the other pictures in the book are :
Bagby's mill, built in 1833
Antioch Baptist Church, east of Moberly, organized in 1837
Randolph County Court House, completed in April 1884
First Baptist Church, Huntsville, erected in 1904
Huntsville Christian Church, completed in 1877
Mt. Pleasant College in Huntsville, completed in 1857
Clifton Hill Methodist Church, built in 1910
Union Station in Moberly, completed in 1889
Woodland Hospital in Moberly was first a home built in 1877
The original Methodist Church at Higbee which burned in 1927...plus more Towns included are :
Huntsville
Roanoke
Mt. Airy
Darksville
Renick
Jacksonville
Cairo
Clifton Hill
Moberly
Higbee
Yates
Clark
Fort Henry
Thomas Hill Plus the Skirmish With the Indians, Court Houses, Wars and The Hanging of James Hayden Brown.
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