ⓘ De Soto, Missouri

                                     

ⓘ De Soto, Missouri

De Soto is a city in Jefferson County, Missouri, United States. The population was 6.400 at the 2010 census and the city is part of the St. Louis metropolitan area. The Van Metre family were first to settle in 1803. The town was organized in 1857 and is named for the explorer Hernando De Soto, who claimed the Louisiana Territory for Spain. De Soto was the city closest to the mean center of U.S. population in 1980. The city celebrated its Bicentennial in 2003. The city made national news on and after May 6, 2003, when straight-line winds and a tornado struck.

                                     
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  • a U.S. Representative from Missouri Born on a farm near Grubville, Missouri Williams attended the county schools, De Soto High School, and the State
  • De Soto dəˈsoʊtoʊ is a city in Johnson and Leavenworth counties in the U.S. state of Kansas, and part of the Kansas City Metropolitan Area. As of the
  • 67 about six miles 10 km east of De Soto its western terminus is at Route 21 a few miles north of De Soto De Soto and Olympian Village are the only
  • from the winds. The tornado affected Missouri Illinois, and Indiana, killing 695 and injuring over 2, 000. De Soto is located in northeastern Jackson County
  • De Soto County is a county located on the northwest border of the U.S. state of Mississippi. As of the 2010 census, the population was 161, 252, making it
  • De Soto Missouri Matthes attended Benton College of Law now defunct and read law in 1928 to enter the bar. He was in private practice in De Soto and