ⓘ Grandin, Missouri

Grandin, Missouri

ⓘ Grandin, Missouri

Grandin was platted in 1910 on the site of the Missouri Lumber and Mining Companys company town which dates back to the late 1880s. The community was named after E. B. Grandin, a businessperson in the local lumber industry. A post office has been in operation at Grandin since 1887.

Twenty-four individual buildings, to Mill pond, sixth street historic district listed in the National register of historic places in 1980.

  • Florissant, Missouri listed on the NRHP James Smith House Grandin Missouri Lawrence Smith House, Grandin William F. Smith House, Grandin T.W. Smith
  • Friends A History of the Joseph Knight Family, 1825 1850, Provo, Utah: Grandin Book, ISBN 0 - 910523 - 23 - 1. Hartley, William G. January 1989 The Knight
  • Provo: FARMS, 2000, pp. 223 56. Lyndon W. Cook, David Whitmer Interviews, Grandin Book, 1991. Dan Vogel, Early Mormon Documents, Vol. V, Signature Books
  • a mansion on the Upper West Side of New York City, New York Riverside Grandin North Carolina a historic home in Caldwell County Riverside New England
  • The Ozark administrative region of the Missouri Department of Conservation encompasses Carter, Dent, Douglas, Howell, Oregon, Ozark, Phelps, Pulaski, Ripley
  • Benjamin Franklin Johnson, edited by the Johnson Family Organization Provo: Grandin Book Company, 1997 Written 1884 1896 p. 280, 356 On the Mormon Frontier:
  • LeBaron, Benjamin Franklin Johnson: Friend to the Prophets Provo, UT: Grandin Book Company, 1997 219 234 My Life s Review - The Autobiography of Benjamin
  • passed down to his two sons, William Dalrymple and John Stewart Dalrymple. Grandin Brothers Wheat nipped in Minnesota The Philadelphia Record. 29 August
  • Lindenwood University is a private liberal arts university in Saint Charles, Missouri The school was founded in 1827 by George Champlin Sibley and Mary Easton

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