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ⓘ Seligman, Missouri




Seligman, Missouri
                                     

ⓘ Seligman, Missouri

Seligman is a city in Sugar Creek Township, Barry County, Missouri, United States. The population was 851 at the 2010 census. The town is named after Joseph Seligman, a prominent 19th-century businessman. The name Seligman is of Yiddish derivation and means "a jolly, cheerful person".

                                     
  • Joseph Seligman November 22, 1819 April 25, 1880 was an American banker and businessman who founded J. W. Seligman Co. He was the patriarch of
  • The Seligman Sunbeam was a weekly newspaper based out of the Ozark Mountains town of Seligman Missouri located in southern Barry County. It was first
  • J. W. Seligman Co., founded in 1864, was a prominent U.S. investment bank from the 1860s to the 1920s, until the divestiture of its investment banking
  • Yiddish. It may refer to: Seligman Arizona Seligman Missouri Seligmann name for a list of people bearing the surname Seligman Crystal, an award of the
  • Francisco Railway - built a railroad line between Pierce City and Seligman Missouri This line ran about a half mile west of what was then Keetsville
  • The Seligman Commercial Historic District is a historic district in central Seligman Yavapai County, northwestern Arizona. The historic district is along
  • as 93.3 The Eagle is a classic rock radio station licensed in Seligman Missouri but based in Fayetteville, Arkansas. KIGL is owned by iHeartMedia
  • highway in southwest Missouri Both termini are with Route 37. The northern terminus is in Cassville and the southern terminus is in Seligman There are no other
  • eastern terminus of Route 90 and at Seligman is the southern terminus of Route 112. Three miles south of Seligman Route 37 crosses the Arkansas state
  • and contains one incorporated settlement, Seligman It contains three cemeteries: Beaver, Burnett and Seligman The stream of Beaver Creek runs through
  • Germain Seligman 25 February 1893, Paris 27 March 1978, New York was a successful art dealer, collector, and art historian. From 1924, Seligman headed