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925 Pinnell Ln, New Madrid (Missouri)

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Relax Inn 8 Rv Park
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680 Hwy 61 N, New Madrid (Missouri)

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New Madrid (Missouri):

New Madrid (pronounced /njuː ˈmædrɨd/ new-MAD-rid) is a city in New Madrid County, Missouri, United States. It is 42 miles (68 km) south by west of Cairo, Illinois, on the Mississippi River. New Madrid was founded in 1788 by American frontiersmen.[citation needed] In 1900, 1,489 people lived in New Madrid, Missouri; in 1910, the population was 1,882. The population was 3,116 at the 2010 census. New Madrid is the county seat of New Madrid County. This county seat is home to the consolidated middle and high schools. The area is famous for being the site of a series of over 1,000 earthquakes in 1811 and 1812, ranging up to approximately magnitude 8, the most powerful non-subduction zone earthquake recorded in the United States. New Madrid, Missouri lies far away from any plate boundaries, although it lies on what is called the New Madrid Seismic Zone. The earthquake was felt as far away as the East Coast. The city is also remembered as being the nearby location for the Mississippi River military engagement, the Battle of Island Number Ten, during the Civil War.

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