ⓘ 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.

                                     
  • abandon Grandin around 1910. It continued timber harvesting in other parts of Missouri for another decade. While some of the buildings in Grandin were relocated
  • a historic natural pond located at Grandin Carter County, Missouri It is approximately 180 meters east of Grandin city limits at 3rd Street. The pond
  • Grandin as a person, may refer to: Egbert Bratt Grandin 1806 - 1845 American publisher Elliot Grandin b. 1987 French footballer Ethel Grandin 1894 - 1988
  • The Grandin Brothers John Livingston Grandin December 20, 1836  September 10, 1912 William James Grandin August 16, 1838  December 7, 1904 and
  • Egbert Bratt Grandin March 30, 1806 April 16, 1845 was a printer in Palmyra, New York, best known for publishing the first edition of the Book of
  • KCBW 104.5 FM is a radio station licensed to Grandin Missouri The station broadcasts a Classic rock format and is owned by Fox Radio Network, LLC. KCBW
  • patented by William A Simms in 1857 the Missouri Lumber and Mining Company in 1887 laid out and founded the town of Grandin naming it for the principle stockholder
  • Massachusetts NRHP - listed James Smith House Grandin Missouri listed on the NRHP in Carter County, Missouri James Alexander Smith and Elmarion Smith Barn
  • on the National Register of Historic Places NRHP Masonic Lodge Grandin Missouri listed on the NRHP Masonic Lodge Missoula, Montana listed on
  • Littleton, Massachusetts Mill Pond Wareham, Massachusetts Mill Pond Grandin Missouri listed on the National Register of Historic Places Other uses The