A lesser known Midwestern United State, Missouri is actually the 21st most extensive and 18th most populated of the States. Its largest cities are St. Louis, Kansas City, Springfield, and Columbia. It became the 24th state to join the United States on August 10, 1821. The landscape is varied with plains in the north, the Ozark Mountains and a dissected plateau in the south, with the Missouri River dividing the regions. Three of America’s greatest rivers intersect here: Missouri River, Mississippi River, and Ohio River. This was also home to some of America’s greatest pioneer trails and roadways, the most notable being the Pony Express, The Santa Fe Trail, and the Oregon Trail.
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- McGowan, Leaf 2015 Magical America. Technogypsie Publications, Riverside, California.
- Wikipedia 2015 “Missouri” Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Website https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Missouri referenced 8/16/15.
- Wikipedia 2015 “United States of America” Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Website https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States referenced 8/16/15.