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Chariton County,


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The Pecan Capital of Missouri
Home of the World's Largest Pecan

The Missouri state capital is Jefferson City.

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The population of Brunswick is approximately 1,074 (1990), 858 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 565 (1990), 379 (2010).

The amount of land area in Brunswick is 3.086 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0.137 sq kilometers.
The distance from Brunswick to Washington DC is 914 miles. The distance to the Missouri state capital is 79 miles. (as the crow flies)
Brunswick is positioned 39.42 degrees north of the equator and 93.12 degrees west of the prime meridian.

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Brunswick location: in southwestern Chariton County and North central Missouri, Brunswick is 100 miles from Kansas City at the confluence of the Grand and Missouri Rivers

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History & History Related Items

Brunswick history:

Lewis & Clarke, in 1804, saw this area and proclaimed it a good place for a village. It wasn't until about 1820 when James Keyte, a Brunswick, England, native and Methodist minister, built a cabin in nearby Keytesville and in 1836 founded Brunswick. To help promote the area, he offered free land to others, particularly to the boatmen, to settle here.

Fora good history page, go to the chamber home page and click on history
The founding of Brunswick: 1836
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Brunswick attractions:

Pecans, antiques, Bed & Breakfasts, Missouri River, Grand River, Swan Lake National Wildlife Refuge

Home of the World's largest Pecan - just three miles east of Brunswick is a really giant pecan. It is a replica of the Starking Hardy Giant Pecan discovered in 1955 by George James.. This "replica" is 7 feet in diameter and 12 feet long. It weights about 12,000 pounds! It was built by James Pecan Farms, Inc. To see a picture of the "pecan" go to the Chamber home page and click on World's Largest Pecan.

The Pecan Festival is held annually each October.

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