ⓘ Fisk, Missouri

                                     

ⓘ Fisk, Missouri

Fisk is a small city in Butler County, Southeast Missouri, United States. It is located right along the Butler-Stoddard County line on U.S. Route 60, along the St. Francis River. The population was 342 at the 2010 census.

Fisk is included in poplar bluff statistical area search Results.

                                     
  • Fisk may refer to: Fisk Iowa Fisk Missouri Fisk Wisconsin Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee Fisk Generating Station, a fossil - fuel power station
  • 1859 he moved St. Louis, Missouri where he started working in the insurance business. After the start of the Civil War Fisk joined the Union Army in 1861
  • Fisk metallic burial cases were patented in 1848 by Almond Dunbar Fisk and manufactured in Providence, Rhode Island. The cast iron coffins or burial cases
  • from either party in Butler County during the 2008 Missouri presidential preference primary. Fisk Neelyville Poplar Bluff county seat Qulin Fairdealing
  • James Liberty Fisk ca. 1835 - 1902 was an officer in the Union Army during the American Civil War who promoted settlement of the western United States
  • Edward Fisk the son of Harvey Fisk who was founder of the banking house of Harvey Fisk Sons. Harvey E. Fisk was a partner in the firm of Harvey Fisk
  • the first soft bubble gum created. It was created by a homemaker in Fisk Missouri who named it rubber bubblegum. She gave some to her son to pass out
  • Schuyler Elizabeth Fisk pronounced ˈskaɪlər SKY - lər born July 8, 1982 is an American actress and singer - songwriter. Fisk was born in Los Angeles
  • in Missouri the river flows through the Mark Twain National Forest and past Sam A. Baker State Park and the towns of Farmington, Greenville and Fisk In