ⓘ Wheatland, Missouri

Wheatland, Missouri

ⓘ Wheatland, Missouri

Wheatland was platted in 1869. The village most likely was named after the retirement home of the fifteenth President, James Buchanan, who died June 1, 1868, at his home, called Wheatland, in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

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  • the only current midget series to compete at Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland Missouri POWRi has expanded to other countries in order to grow midget racing
  • Memorial Hospital Fort Belknap U. S. Public Health Service Indian Hospital Wheatland Memorial Hospital Northern Montana Hospital Shodair Children s Hospital
  • Martinsdale Reservoir, and just west of Meagher County s border with Wheatland County. The North Fork flows south from the Little Belt Mountains through
  • 54 in Missouri is a west - east highway that starts from the Kansas state line in Nevada to the Illinois state line in Louisiana. In Missouri US 54 runs
  • Sts., Pineville, KY Gaddis, John W. NRHP - listed Shadowwood, 6451 E. Wheatland Rd., Vincennes, IN Gaddis, J.W. NRHP - listed Shriver House, 117 E. 3rd
  • amphitheater in unincorporated Yuba County. It lies in - between Plumas Lake and Wheatland 35 miles north of Sacramento and 10 miles south of Marysville. It holds
  • portal Northwest Wyoming Road Report Update Wyoming State Route Log: 1 - 99 Wheatland - Bosler Road Gets New Designation Casper Star - Tribune. November 22, 1949
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