Caldwell County

Caldwell County is the name of several counties in the United States:

  • Caldwell County, Kentucky
  • Caldwell County, Missouri
  • Caldwell County, North Carolina
  • Caldwell County, Texas
  • Caldwell Parish, Louisiana

Other articles related to "county, caldwell county":

Cameron, Missouri - Unusual Street Grid
... two thirds of the community is in Clinton County south of NE Platte/8th Street/County Road 56 ... portions of the community stretch east to the Caldwell County, Missouri line ... grid naming system where some streets in the northern part of Cameron in DeKalb follow that county's naming structure of Southeast Rogers Road, Southeast Summit ...
Far West, Missouri - Foundation and Early History
... and John Whitmer in August 1836 shortly before the county's creation ... Zion, which had been planned to be built in the town of Independence, Jackson County, Missouri ... to the expulsion of the Mormons from Jackson County in 1833 ...
Caldwell County Courthouse Historic District
... The Caldwell County Courthouse Historic District is a historic district located in Lockhart, Texas, the seat of Caldwell County ...
1838 Mormon War - Compromise Breaks Down, 1838
... established new colonies outside of Caldwell County, including Adam-ondi-Ahman in Daviess County and De Witt in Carroll County ... Doniphan), these settlements outside of Caldwell County were a violation of the compromise ... that the compromise only excluded major settlements in Clay County and Ray County, not Daviess County and Carroll County ...

Famous quotes containing the words county and/or caldwell:

    I could draw Bloom County with my nose and pay my cleaning lady to write it, and I’d bet I wouldn’t lose 10% of my papers over the next twenty years. Such is the nature of comic-strips. Once established, their half-life is usually more than nuclear waste.
    Berkeley Breathed (b. 1957)

    The Government of the absolute majority instead of the Government of the people is but the Government of the strongest interests; and when not efficiently checked, it is the most tyrannical and oppressive that can be devised.
    —John Caldwell Calhoun (1782–1850)