MOBERLY , acity of
See also:Missouri, U.S.A., in the
See also:north central
See also:part of the state, about 130 M . E. by N. of Kansas City . Pop . (1890), 8215; (1900), 8012, (923 negroes); (1910), 10,923 . It is served by the Missouri, Kansas &
See also:Texas and the
See also:railways, and is a division headquarters of the latter . The city is regularly laid out on a level
See also:prairie site . There are two public parks, a Carnegie library, a commercial
See also:college, a Y.M.C.A.
See also:building, and a hospital maintained by the Wabash Employees Hospital Association . The most important
See also:industrial establishments are the large machine shops (established here in 1872) of the Wdbash railway . Moberly was platted in 1866, was incorporated as a
See also:town and became the county-seat in 1868, and in 1873 secured a
See also:special city
See also:charter, which it surrendered in 1889 for city status under the general
See also:statute .
GEORGE MOBERLY (1803-1885)
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