ⓘ Cainsville, Missouri

                                     

ⓘ Cainsville, Missouri

Cainsville had its start in 1854 when Peter Cain built a watermill on the site. As more workers arrived, a post office, blacksmith shop and trading post were necessarily started up, so that by 1858, a small town had developed.

                                     
  • in agricultural pursuits. He moved to Cainsville Missouri in 1862. He was ordained as a minister in Cainsville in 1867. He served as member of the State
  • 14, 1878 April 8, 1948 was a U.S. Representative from Missouri Born in Cainsville Missouri Bailey moved to Illinois with his parents, who settled
  • Disciples of Christ 10.76 Cainsville R - I School District - Cainsville Cainsville Elementary School PK - 06 Cainsville High School 07 - 12 Gilman City
  • interacting with cats and dogs frequently large numbers of them Born in Cainsville Missouri Booth was the son of schoolteachers his mother, Irma, was also
  • Cainsville Indian Creek took its name from the Indians who once used the area as a hunting ground. List of rivers of Iowa List of rivers of Missouri
  • Missouri is a state located in the Midwestern United States. In Missouri cities are classified into three types: Class 3, Class 4, and those under constitutional
  • town was constructed in 1882 a narrow gauge line from Des Moines to Cainsville Missouri In the 1890s the railroad was acquired by a subsidiary of the Burlington
  • Bates County Cabool R - IV School District Douglas and Texas Counties Cainsville R - I School District Harrison and Mercer Counties Calhoun R - VIII School
  • R - IX School District - Trenton Trenton High School Cainsville R - I School District - Cainsville Cainsville High School Gilman City R - IV School District - Gilman