Missouri

The United State of America ceded the territory of Missouri from France which was part of the Louisiana Purchase in the year 1803, and the land was admitted into the state union as the 24th state on Aug. 10, 1821 just after the Missouri Compromise of 1820. Throughout the Pre civil war period and during the civil war period, unsettlement occurred on the land as the people of the show me state were not in unity in their opinions about slavery and their allegiances, making them to supply both the Union and the Confederate forces with troops. The capital of Missouri is the Jefferson city. Missouri have Kansas City as the largest city in the state and other recognized cities includes St. Louis, Springfield, Independence, Columbia, Lee's Summit, O'Fallon, St. Joseph, St. Charles, St. Peter's amongst others. With over 6 million people in population, the land area capacity of Missouri is 68,886 sq mi. and 114 counties.

Missouri is known to be the largest producer of transportation equipment in the country, the state mines is also a leader in the production of non - recycled lead supply. When talking about calves, hogs, cattle, turkeys and broilers the state ranks high than any other state in the country. Missouri is also a land that is rich in tourism attractions, thousands of people do visit the state for their point of interest. Missouri wine production also contributes to the state economy as the state possesses the largest beer-producing plant in the United States of America and a home to Anheuser-Busch, who is the maker of the Budweiser beer.

Landmarks in Missouri includes the Belle Fontaine Cemetery located in St. Louis established in 1849 after the cholera epidemic; Busch Stadium, a baseball park commission on April 4, 2006; A 477 acres Calvary Cemetery created in 1857; Gateway Arch (St. Louis Arch); Harry S Truman Birthplace, the birth place of the 33rd president of the United States of America Harry Truman; Lemp Mansion built by Jacob Feickert, and it is said that this house is been haunted by ghost of numerous lemp families; Liberty Memorial, opened in late 1926; Missouri State Capitol having great architectural features; Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art located in Kansas city; Silver Dollar City, used as a theme park in the country and known as one of the most successful ones; Wainwright Building, A 10 story red brick building, and its one of the first skyscrapers in the world today.

Missouri is just more than a home for everyone, so you shouldn't have issues moving or living in the state if you so desire. Missouri is a land full of beers, so if you are a lover of beer, what do you say? There are more of underworld to explore in the state which could be recreational. Missouri is known to be a land of barbeque, as the state is the 5th most barbeque lover in the country. If you are into real estate, you should also consider moving to Missouri as you can have a good run of business. Lastly, it is a well known fact that Missouri is awesome, but the question is; Are you awesome to live in Missouri?

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