ⓘ Chilhowee, Missouri

                                     

ⓘ Chilhowee, Missouri

Chilhowee was originally called Simpsons Store, and under the latter name was founded in the mid-1850s, and named after James Simpson, a local merchant. A post office called Chilhowee has been in operation since 1859. The present name is of Native American origin.

In Chilhowee historic district was listed on the National register of historic places in 1988.

                                     
  • Chilhowee Gliderport, privately owned public - use airport Chilhowee Group, a rock formation Chilhowee Mountain Chilhowee Missouri a town Chilhowee Park
  • Chilhowee Township is an inactive township in Johnson County, in the U.S. state of Missouri Chilhowee Township was established in 1868, taking its name
  • Chilhowee Historic District is a national historic district located at Chilhowee Johnson County, Missouri The district encompasses 21 contributing buildings
  • Centerview, Chilhowee Holden, Kingsville, La Tour, and Leeton. All of Johnson County is a part of Missouri s 21st District in the Missouri Senate and
  • Chilhowee Missouri Class of 1924, who felt that at least one Missouri team should be known as Mules The Jennies nickname for Central Missouri s
  • School K - 08 Montrose High School 09 - 12 Shawnee R - III School District Chilhowee Shawnee Elementary School K - 08 Windsor Amish Schools Windsor 01 - 08
  • S. state of Missouri It is a tributary of Big Creek. The stream headwaters arise in Johnson County between the communities of Chilhowee and Denton at
  • its banks. List of rivers of Missouri U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Cottonwood Branch Chilhowee MO 1955 and Clinton North
  • 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
  • Route 2 is a highway in western Missouri Its western terminus is at the Kansas state line about three miles 4.8 km southwest of West Line it continues