ⓘ Homestown, Missouri

                                     

ⓘ Homestown, Missouri

Homestown, originally known as South Wardell, was one of ten communities constructed by the Farm Security Administration for displaced sharecroppers and tenant farmers following the January 1939 roadside sharecropper demonstration in Southeast Missouri. It was the largest of the communities and was designated for use by African-Americans.

Community center Delmo was included in the national register of historic places in 2009.

                                     
  • Utility Building, is a historic community centre located at Homestown Pemiscot County, Missouri It was designed and constructed by the Farm Security Administration
  • Route B and County State Route K. The former road connects Pascola to Homestown and Wardell to the north and U.S. Route 412 to the south, and the latter
  • Interstate 55 to the east, while the latter road connects Wardell with Homestown and Pascola to the south. Little River flows through the city. According
  • City Caruthersville county seat Cooter Hayti Hayti Heights Holland Homestown Steele Wardell Pascola North Wardell Hayward Braggadocio Deering Gobler