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  • Mark Twain National Forest is in Southeast Missouri . The Ozark Trail runs through the forest and connected public lands for 225 miles. Mark Twain National
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  • boyhood home of author Samuel Longhorn Clemens, more commonly known as Mark Twain. Twain's The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
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  • town (home to the University of Missouri) Hannibal - boyhood home of Mark Twain and "The Unsinkable" Molley Brown Kansas City – largest city; blues and
    20 KB (3,002 words) - 21:12, 28 February 2016
  • Climate is what we expect. Weather is what we get. – Attributed to Mark Twain Severe weather refers to any dangerous meteorological phenomena with the
    11 KB (1,671 words) - 11:21, 30 March 2016
  • +1 607 732-0151. Visit writer Mark Twain and movie producer Hal Roach. Open year round. Free.  [dead link]The Mark Twain Study, ☎ +1 607 735-1941. Park
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  • Hill neighborhood, this is where popular author Mark Twain lived from 1874-1891. During this time Twain wrote many famous books, including The Adventures
    41 KB (4,283 words) - 22:04, 9 May 2016
  • the heart of the Ozarks. It has both swift water and calm stretches. Mark Twain National Forest Ozark National Scenic Riverways[6] In southern Missouri
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  • Northeast region of Missouri. Bowling Green Hannibal Boyhood home of Mark Twain Kirksville Leonard Macon Mexico Moberly Rutledge
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  • 262-8688, e-mail: linda@strawberryfarmbandb.com.   The Muscatine Journal. Mark Twain no longer writes for The Journal, but the paper still keeps locals abrest
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  • running north to south. Driving is the major mode of transport. Some Mark Twain National Forest Areas offer horse trails, hiking, and bike paths. There
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  • natural surroundings, which are in many cases just minutes away from town. Mark Twain National Forest - A good part of Mountain View's direct surroundings belongs
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  • Lucerne has a distinguished history dating from the mid 19th century, with Mark Twain among them. In "A Tramp Abroad" he recalls the nascent souvenir business
    36 KB (3,840 words) - 06:43, 7 May 2016
  • Poplar Bluff Sikeston Ste. Genevieve West Plains Van Buren Doniphan Mark Twain National Forest Ozark National Scenic Riverways Big Springs Park —
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  • rivers. Boat or fish the Current River Hike the [Ozark Trail] through the Mark Twain National Forest. Floatstream Restaurant, 102 Main Street, ☎ +1 573 323-9606
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  • of the Americas. Cornelius Vanderbilt invested here and people such as Mark Twain have passed through and written about it. But after the USA built a railroad
    5 KB (663 words) - 05:07, 26 January 2016
  • Stay on US-61, and in Hannibal, take the ramp right for I-72 East / Mark Twain Avenue East towards Springfield IL. / Downtown Hannibal. At exit 4B, take
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  • east of the Mississippi Elmira — an historic town on the Chemung River. Mark Twain spent many summers here. Fredonia — a village on the shores of Lake Erie
    20 KB (2,403 words) - 20:35, 23 May 2016
  • political theorist Hannah Arendt, architect Albert Speer, and many more. Mark Twain wrote in A Tramp Abroad: :...Out of a billowy upheaval of vivid green
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  • to Hartford can visit both the Mark Twain House and Museum and the Harriet Beecher Stowe House and Library; Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) fans can also
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  • as the confluence of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, made famous in Mark Twain's "Huckleberry Finn". It was in former times a major port, but is now
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