Springfield, Missouri

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Springfield, Missouri is the county seat of Greene County in Missouri. Local universities and colleges incude Missouri State University, Drury University, and Ozarks Technical Community College.

History

The city was founded in 1838 by the Fulbright brothers, who arrived originally in 1830. The town, bitterly divided between the Union and the Confederacy became the site for one of the bloodiest battles in the Civil War, the Battle of Wilson's Creek. The site still stands today. The Battle of Springfield took place in 1863. Today, Springfield is a focal point of the local economy, as well as being an important railroad town.[1]

Religion

Springfield is home to over 200 churches, some of which are registered historic sites. The vast majority are either Baptist or Assemblies of God. The Assemblies have their national headquarters in Springfield.

Sports

Several semipro and college sports teams are based in Springfield. The city was named "Missouri Sportstown USA" by Sports Illustrated. Below is the list of semi-pro and professional teams in the city:


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