ⓘ Louisburg, Missouri

                                     

ⓘ Louisburg, Missouri

Louisburg is a village in Dallas County, Missouri, United States. The population was 122 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Springfield, Missouri Metropolitan Statistical Area.

                                     
  • Louisburg is the name of some places in the United States and Canada: Louisburg Kansas Louisburg Minnesota Louisburg Missouri Louisburg North Carolina
  • now called Louisburg was part of an area reserved for members of various tribes of Native Americans who were ceding their lands in Missouri Illinois
  • northeastern Polk County, in the U.S. state of Missouri The community is on Missouri Route 64, between Louisburg approximately five miles to the east and
  • to Lebanon by 1946, and it was later extended west, leaving only the Louisburg - Lebanon section of Route 64, which has since been extended west. The highway
  • Leslie Lewis and Clark Village Livonia Lock Springs Loma Linda Longtown Louisburg Lucerne Ludlow Luray Mackenzie McCord Bend McFall Merwin Metz Milford
  • Mike Huckabee R - Arkansas by four votes. Buffalo county seat Urbana Louisburg Bennett Springs Celt Foose Leadmine Long Lane Redtop Tunas Wall Street
  • School, Buffalo High School, and the Dallas County Technical Center at Louisburg are all part of the school district. The mascot for Dallas County R - I
  • Louisburg where it intersects with US - 69. After passing Louisburg it reaches its eastern terminus at Missouri Route 2. K - 68 is not included in the National Highway
  • 1863 was a Congressional Representative from North Carolina born in Louisburg North Carolina, September 9, 1820 attended the common schools graduated
  • Emporia, Ottawa, Paola, Osawatomie, Garnett, Osage City, Burlington, and Louisburg The region consists of the following seven counties: Anderson Coffey
  • Route 64 is a highway in central Missouri with endpoints of Route 254 south of Hermitage and Route 5 in Lebanon. Route 64 is one of the original 1922 state