Maryville, Missouri

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Maryville is a city and county seat of Nodaway County, Missouri, United States.wikipedia
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Nodaway County, Missouri

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Maryville is a city and county seat of Nodaway County, Missouri, United States.
Its county seat is Maryville.

Northwest Missouri State University

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Maryville is home to Northwest Missouri State University, Northwest Technical School, and the Missouri Academy of Science, Mathematics and Computing. The Administration Building, Caleb Burns House, Frank House, Thomas Gaunt House, and Nodaway County Courthouse are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Northwest Missouri State University is a public university in Maryville, Missouri.

Amos Graham

Maryville's name originates from the town's first postmaster, Amos Graham.
The town of Maryville, Missouri is named for his wife Mary.

The Maryville Forum

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In 1872 Albert P. Morehouse started the Nodaway Democrat, which became the Maryville Daily Forum.
The Maryville Forum is a weekly newspaper published Thursdays in Maryville, Missouri, United States.

Albert P. Morehouse

Albert Morehouse
In 1872 Albert P. Morehouse started the Nodaway Democrat, which became the Maryville Daily Forum.
Morehouse was born in Delaware County, Ohio and moved to Maryville, Missouri, in 1856.

Nodaway County Historical Society Museum

Nodaway County Historical Society
Memorabilia from their horse racing days are St. Francis Hospital and at the Nodaway County Historical Society Museum.
The Nodaway County Historical Society Museum is a museum in Maryville, Missouri telling the history of Nodaway County, Missouri, United States.

Mary Augustine Giesen

Mary Giesen
In 1894 Mary Augustine Giesen moved to Maryville and opened St. Francis Hospital.
Mary Augustine Giesen (December 6, 1860 - February 25, 1950), founded the Sisters of St. Francis of Maryville which founded and operated St. Francis Hospital in Maryville, Missouri.

Bearcat Stadium

football stadium
I'd rather be here than president of the United States." Among the original 129th soldiers was Edward V. Condon (1893–1974) who later operated the Condon Corner Drug Store across the street on the Square after the war. Truman dedicated the 129th's armory on the northwest side of Bearcat Stadium on the college campus on February 20, 1955.
is the football stadium of the Northwest Missouri State University Bearcats in Maryville, Missouri and is the oldest continuous site for any NCAA Division II school.

Elwood (horse)

Elwood
In 1901, the horse Elwood was foaled at Faustiana Farms, owned by Mrs. J.B. Prather, on the west side of Maryville.
Elwood was bred by Mrs. J.B. Prather at Faustiana Stud in Maryville, Missouri and was bought in 1902 by Charles Durnell while on a horse buying trip to San Francisco, where the yearling was being trained.

Platte Purchase

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Maryville is the second largest city (first is St. Joseph, Missouri) wholly within the boundaries of the 1836 Platte Purchase which expanded Missouri's borders into former Indian Territory in northwest Missouri.
It also includes the northwest suburbs of Kansas City, a small area of Kansas City proper, the cities of St. Joseph and Maryville, Missouri, as well as Kansas City International Airport and almost all of Missouri's portion of Interstate 29, save the small portion which runs concurrently with Interstate 35 in Clay County.

St. Joseph, Missouri

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Maryville is the second largest city (first is St. Joseph, Missouri) wholly within the boundaries of the 1836 Platte Purchase which expanded Missouri's borders into former Indian Territory in northwest Missouri.

Mel Tjeerdsma

Maryville became a football powerhouse in 1994 when Mel Tjeerdsma became coach of Northwest Missouri State Bearcats football.
Mel Tjeerdsma (born May 24, 1946) is a retired American football coach and athletic director at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Missouri.

Northwest Missouri State Bearcats football

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Maryville became a football powerhouse in 1994 when Mel Tjeerdsma became coach of Northwest Missouri State Bearcats football.
The conference headquarters until 1997 was in the Maryville, Missouri home of its first commissioner Ken B. Jones.

Louisiana Purchase Exposition

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It is on the National Register and resembles Brookings Hall at Washington University, which was the Administration Building of the 1904 World's Fair in St. Louis.
A similar building was erected at Northwest Missouri State University founded in 1905 in Maryville, Missouri.

Raymond Gunn

In 1931, a notorious lynching occurred in Maryville when a mob burned alive African American Raymond Gunn, who had confessed to the attempted rape and killing of a 20-year-old white school teacher.
Raymond Gunn (January 11, 1904 – January 12, 1931) was an African American man killed by a mob in Maryville, Missouri, United States, after he confessed to killing and attempting to rape a white school teacher.

Parnell, Missouri

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They operated a horse farm at Parnell until their deaths (although their racing fame is tied to Calumet Farm in Kentucky).
He had no children and died in Maryville, Missouri in 2001.

129th Field Artillery Regiment

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During World War I Truman was a member of the 129th Field Artillery Regiment in the Missouri National Guard, which is headquartered in Maryville.
Only the 1st Battalion is constituted as an active unit, and is assigned to the Missouri Army National Guard, with its headquarters in Maryville, Missouri, and has subordinate elements located in armories in Albany, Independence, and Chillicothe, Missouri.

Edmond Jacques Eckel

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The current courthouse was built in 1881 with a design by Edmond Jacques Eckel and George R. Mann.

Adam Dorrel

Adam Dorrel, a Maryville High graduate, succeeded his former boss Tjeerdsma when he retired as coach in 2010 and kept up the tradition winning the national titles in 2013, 2015 and 2016.
Prior to Abilene Christian Dorrel coached at Northwest Missouri State in Maryville, Missouri from 2011 to 2016.

Maryville High School (Missouri)

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In addition the Maryville High School football team appeared in 1996, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2013, 2016 and 2017 (winning in 2009, 2012, 2013 and 2017, in addition to an earlier championship in 1982) state championship games.
Maryville High School is the public high school for Maryville, Missouri.

Thomas Gaunt House

Gaunt's house
The Administration Building, Caleb Burns House, Frank House, Thomas Gaunt House, and Nodaway County Courthouse are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Thomas Gaunt House, also known as The President's Home, is a historic home located at Maryville, Nodaway County, Missouri.

Mozingo Lake Golf Course

Its Mozingo Lake Golf Course has courses designed by Donald Sechrest and Tom Watson (which opened in 2016).
It is owned by the city of Maryville, Missouri.

Caleb Burns House

The Administration Building, Caleb Burns House, Frank House, Thomas Gaunt House, and Nodaway County Courthouse are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Caleb Burns House is a historic home located at Maryville, Nodaway County, Missouri.

Missouri State Arboretum

Missouri Arboretum
Gaunt owned an extensive nursery on his property, which was on a birch-lined street and is now the Missouri Arboretum.
The Missouri State Arboretum is on the campus of Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Missouri and contains more than 111 species of trees.