Almartha, Missouri facts for kids
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Almartha is an unincorporated community in northern Ozark County, Missouri. It is located about thirteen miles north of Gainesville and four miles southeast of Wasola on Route 95. The village is located in a valley on a tributary of Spring Creek. Several homes are located there. The old mill and current fish hatchery of Rockbridge lies downstream on Spring Creek about six miles to the east.
A post office called Almartha was established in 1855, and remained in operation until 1969. The community was named from the first names of early settlers Albert and Martha McSpadden.
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