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Caldwell County Statistics

According to the U.S. Census Bureau , the county has a total area of 430 square miles , of which 0.09% is water. Adjacen.

About Caldwell County, MO

Caldwell County is a county located in the U.S. state of Missouri . As of 2000 , the population was 8,969. Its county seat is Kingston . The county was organized in 1836 as a haven for the Mormons , who had been previously driven from Jackson County, Missouri in November of 1833 and had been refugees in adjacent Clay County ever since. The county was one of the principal settings of the 1838 Missouri Mormon War , which led to the expulsion of all Latter Day Saints from Missouri following the issuance of a so-called " extermination order " by then Governor Lilburn Boggs . Caldwell is part of the Kansas City Metropolitan Area .

Origin of name According to the Missouri Secretary of State , the County was named by Alexander Doniphan to honor John Caldwell, who participated in the George Rogers Clark Indian Campaign of 1786 and was the second lieutenant governor of Kentucky . He was also the namesake of Caldwell County, Kentucky . Mormon settlement Caldwell County was originally part of Ray County, Missouri . The first white settler was Jesse Mann, Sr. who settled one half mile northeast of the public square of Kingston on Shoal Creek in 1831. The early settlers moved back south in 1832 for better protection during the Black Hawk War uprising. In 1832 a few...

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