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ⓘ Mendon, Missouri




Mendon, Missouri
                                     

ⓘ Mendon, Missouri

Mendon was laid out in 1871 by Christopher Shupe. However, the area had previously had some homes, and businesses were in operation in the area several years prior to the town plat actually being filed. Among the earliest was a general store built around 1865 by Mr. Bostich and Mr. Eastman.

Although railroad Santa Fe still runs regularly, little remains of Mendons the business community.

Education for the city and surrounding countryside is provided by the Northwest school. School sports and academic teams compete in Missouri class 1, the smallest of all classifications.

Mendons vicinity of the Swan lake National nature reserve was a source of income for the community restaurant business to waterfowl hunters who come to the region.

                                     
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