Andrew County, Missouri

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Andrew County is a county located in the northwestern part of the U.S. state of Missouri.wikipedia
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Savannah, Missouri

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Its county seat is Savannah.
Savannah is a city and county seat of Andrew County, Missouri, United States.

St. Joseph, Missouri metropolitan area

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Andrew County is part of the St. Joseph, MOKS Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is included in the Kansas City-Overland Park-Kansas City Combined statistical area.
The St. Joseph Metropolitan Statistical Area, as defined by the United States Census Bureau, is an area consisting of four counties - three in northwest Missouri (Andrew, Buchanan, and DeKalb) and one in northeast Kansas (Doniphan) - anchored by the city of St. Joseph, comprising a total area of 1,673.93 square miles and is also included in the Kansas City-Overland Park-Kansas City MO-KS Combined Statistical Area.

Nodaway River

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Its western border is formed by the Nodaway and Missouri rivers.
Lewis and Clark camped at the river's mouth on Nodaway Island on July 8, 1804, by Nodaway, Missouri, on the border of Holt County, Missouri and Andrew County, Missouri and took note of the river.

Fillmore, Missouri

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Among the towns located in Andrew County are Amazonia, once on the Missouri River, now inland, laid out in 1857 near the site of Nodaway City, an early river port; Fillmore, established in 1845; Whitesville, established in 1848; Rochester, established in 1848; Bolckow, established in 1868; Rosendale, established in 1869; Rea, established in 1877; Helena, established in 1878; and Cosby, established in 1882.
Fillmore is a city in Andrew County, Missouri, United States.

Amazonia, Missouri

Amazonia
Among the towns located in Andrew County are Amazonia, once on the Missouri River, now inland, laid out in 1857 near the site of Nodaway City, an early river port; Fillmore, established in 1845; Whitesville, established in 1848; Rochester, established in 1848; Bolckow, established in 1868; Rosendale, established in 1869; Rea, established in 1877; Helena, established in 1878; and Cosby, established in 1882.
Amazonia is a village in Lincoln Township, Andrew County, Missouri, United States.

Rosendale, Missouri

Rosendale
Among the towns located in Andrew County are Amazonia, once on the Missouri River, now inland, laid out in 1857 near the site of Nodaway City, an early river port; Fillmore, established in 1845; Whitesville, established in 1848; Rochester, established in 1848; Bolckow, established in 1868; Rosendale, established in 1869; Rea, established in 1877; Helena, established in 1878; and Cosby, established in 1882.
Rosendale is a city in Andrew County, Missouri, United States.

Rea, Missouri

Rea
Among the towns located in Andrew County are Amazonia, once on the Missouri River, now inland, laid out in 1857 near the site of Nodaway City, an early river port; Fillmore, established in 1845; Whitesville, established in 1848; Rochester, established in 1848; Bolckow, established in 1868; Rosendale, established in 1869; Rea, established in 1877; Helena, established in 1878; and Cosby, established in 1882.
Rea is a city in Andrew County, Missouri, United States.

Bolckow, Missouri

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Among the towns located in Andrew County are Amazonia, once on the Missouri River, now inland, laid out in 1857 near the site of Nodaway City, an early river port; Fillmore, established in 1845; Whitesville, established in 1848; Rochester, established in 1848; Bolckow, established in 1868; Rosendale, established in 1869; Rea, established in 1877; Helena, established in 1878; and Cosby, established in 1882.
Bolckow is a city in Benton Township, Andrew County, Missouri, United States.

Cosby, Missouri

Cosby
Among the towns located in Andrew County are Amazonia, once on the Missouri River, now inland, laid out in 1857 near the site of Nodaway City, an early river port; Fillmore, established in 1845; Whitesville, established in 1848; Rochester, established in 1848; Bolckow, established in 1868; Rosendale, established in 1869; Rea, established in 1877; Helena, established in 1878; and Cosby, established in 1882.
Cosby is a village in Andrew County, Missouri, United States.

Platte Purchase

northwestern Missouri
Andrew County, organized 1841, is one of six counties in the Indian Platte Purchase Territory annexed to Missouri in 1837.
The region of the Platte Purchase includes the following modern counties within its bounds: Andrew (435 square miles, 1127 km 2 ), Atchison (545 square miles, 1412 km 2 ), Buchanan (410 square miles, 1062 km 2 ), Holt (462 square miles, 1197 km 2 ), Nodaway (877 square miles, 2271 km 2 ), and Platte (420 square miles, 1088 km 2 ).

Rochester, Missouri

Rochester
Among the towns located in Andrew County are Amazonia, once on the Missouri River, now inland, laid out in 1857 near the site of Nodaway City, an early river port; Fillmore, established in 1845; Whitesville, established in 1848; Rochester, established in 1848; Bolckow, established in 1868; Rosendale, established in 1869; Rea, established in 1877; Helena, established in 1878; and Cosby, established in 1882.
Rochester is an unincorporated community in Andrew County, in the U.S. state of Missouri.

Helena, Missouri

Helena
Among the towns located in Andrew County are Amazonia, once on the Missouri River, now inland, laid out in 1857 near the site of Nodaway City, an early river port; Fillmore, established in 1845; Whitesville, established in 1848; Rochester, established in 1848; Bolckow, established in 1868; Rosendale, established in 1869; Rea, established in 1877; Helena, established in 1878; and Cosby, established in 1882.
Helena is an unincorporated community in southeastern Andrew County, Missouri, United States.

Whitesville, Missouri

Whitesville
Among the towns located in Andrew County are Amazonia, once on the Missouri River, now inland, laid out in 1857 near the site of Nodaway City, an early river port; Fillmore, established in 1845; Whitesville, established in 1848; Rochester, established in 1848; Bolckow, established in 1868; Rosendale, established in 1869; Rea, established in 1877; Helena, established in 1878; and Cosby, established in 1882.
Whitesville is an unincorporated community in Andrew County, in the U.S. state of Missouri.

One Hundred and Two River

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The One Hundred and Two River, along with the Platte River, are located in the county.
From this confluence the One Hundred and Two River flows generally southwardly, through Nodaway, Andrew and Buchanan Counties, past the towns of Arkoe, Barnard, Maryville, and Rosendale, in a heavily channelized streambed.

Missouri's 6th congressional district

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All of Andrew County is included in Missouri’s 6th Congressional District and is currently represented by Sam Graves (R-Tarkio) in the U.S. House of Representatives.
The district takes in all or parts of the following counties: Adair, Andrew, Atchison, Buchanan, Caldwell, Carroll, Chariton, Clay, Clinton, Daviess, De Kalb, Gentry, Grundy, Harrison, Holt, Jackson, Linn, Livingston, Mercer, Nodaway, Platte, Putnam, Schuyler, Sullivan, Worth.