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2731 E Battlefield
Springfield, MO 65804

Springfield, Missouri Facts:

  • County: Christian, Greene
  • Coverage Area (Total): 73.8 sq. miles
  • Elevation: 1,299 ft.
  • Population: 159,498
  • Cities/Towns covered in local Names and Numbers Phone Book: Ash Grove, Battlefield, Billings, Bois D'Arc, Brookline, Bruner, Chadwick, Chestnutridge, Clever, Fair Grove, Highlandville, Nixa, Oldfield, Ozark, Republic, Rogersville, Saddlebrooke, Sparta, Spokane, Springfield, Strafford, Walnut Grove, Willard

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Springfield History

Springfield is nicknamed the "Queen City of the Ozarks" and is known as the birthplace of historic Route 66. It was founded by John Polk Campbell in 1830, and incorporated in 1838. In that same year, the Cherokee Native Americans were forced out of their homelands and their route into "Indian Territory," known as the Trial of Tears, passed through present-day Springfield. The famous duel between Wild Bill Hickok and Davis Tutt is also noted to have happened in Springfield in the mid 1860s.

Today, many prominent corporations have their headquarters in Springfield, including Bass Pro Shops and O'Reilly Auto Parts. Missouri State University, also located in Springfield, is the state's 2nd-largest university with just over 20,000 students. And, the city is home to the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame and the Springfield Cardinals, the Double-A affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals major-league baseball club.

Springfield Attractions

Springfield maintains a variety of attractions including:

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