Hickory County, Missouri Basics:

Hickory County Missouri - Government Site

Population: 9,399
Area: 399 square miles
County seat: Hermitage
Area code(s) in use: 417
Time zone: CST
High school graduate or higher: 83.2%
Bachelor's degree or higher: 10.2%
Median household income: $29,400
Persons in poverty: 17.5%
Home ownership rate: 83.7%
Mean travel time to work: 34.7 minutes

Adjacent counties:
Benton  Camden  Dallas  Polk  St. Clair  

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Map of the Hickory County area

Our detail map of Hickory County shows the Hickory County, Missouri boundary lines and other interesting items.

Places in Hickory County, Missouri

  Airports     show all on map

Pomme Aero Airport, Ski Harbor Airport, Skyriders Airport

  Areas     show all on map

Hogle Creek Prairie, Twenty-five Mile Prairie, Wheatland Prairie

  Bends     show all on map

Dooley Bend, Williams Bend

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Cross Timbers Area Rural Fire Department, Galmey Volunteer Fire Department, Hermitage Volunteer Fire Department Station 1, Hermitage Volunteer Fire Department Station 2, Hickory County Emergency Management Rescue, Hickory County Sheriff's Office, Pittsburg Volunteer Fire Department, Preston Area Volunteer Fire Department, Urbana Rural Fire Department Station 2, Weaubleau Lions Fire Department, Wheatland Volunteer Fire Department Elkton Station 2, Wheatland Volunteer Fire Department Wheatland Station 1

  Capes     show all on map

Indian Backbone (historical), Indian Point

  Cemeteries     show all on map

Antioch Cemetery, Beyers Cemetery, Bird Cemetery, Carter Cemetery (historical), Clark Cemetery, Cook Cemetery, Crutsinger Cemetery, Dickirson Cemetery, Dooley Bend Cemetery, Dorman Cemetery, Fairview Butcher Cemetery, Fairview Cemetery, Fisher Cemetery, Gardner Cemetery, Gentry Cemetery, Gerber Cemetery, Guier Cemetery, Harper Cemetery, Hart Cemetery, Hermitage Cemetery, Jones Cemetery, Leiman Cemetery, Liberty Cemetery, Little Niangua Cemetery, McCracken Cemetery, Mount Zion Cemetery, Olive Point Cemetery, Pitt Cemetery (historical), Pitts Cemetery, Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, Poe Cemetery, Rountree Cemetery, Saap Cemetery, Souders Cemetery, South New Home Cemetery, Stewart Cemetery, Sumner Cemetery, Tillery Cemetery, Weaubleau Congregational Christian Cemetery

  Churches     show all on map

Antioch Christian Church (historical), Antioch Church (historical), Bethel Southers Baptist Church, Christian Church, Church of Jesus Christ, Durnell Chapel, Fairview Church, Forrest Chappel (historical), Liberty Church (historical), Little Niangua Baptist Church, M and P Church (historical), Macedonia Church, Old Baptist Church, Olive Point Church, Pittsburg Church, Pleasant Grove Church, Pleasant Ridge Church, Pomme de Terre Southern Baptist Church, Saint Bernadette Church, Spout Springs Baptist Church (historical), The House of the Lord, Twin Cedars Chapel, Weaubleau Congregational Christian Church

  Cliffs     show all on map

Negro Bend Bluff

  Dams     show all on map

Alley Lake Dam, Kugler Lake Dam, Pomme de Terre Dam, Talbot Dam, Vanderford Number One Dam, Vanderford Number Three Dam, Vanderford Number Two Dam

  Islands     show all on map

Lost Hill Island

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Bledsoe (historical), Childers (historical), Cornersville (historical), Deepwater (historical), Heards Spring (historical), Little Mill Creek Ford (historical), Lone Spring (historical), Oak Grove Communtiy Hall, Packard (historical), Parks Mill, Pleasant Hill (historical), Pleasant Hill Community Hall, Rankins Mill (historical), Stafford (historical)

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Peterson Mine, Seedtick Mine

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Cross Timbers Public Use Area, Dam Site Public Use Area, Lightfoot Public Use Area, Nemo Landing Public Use Area, Outlet Public Use Area, Pittsburg Landing Public Use Area, Pittsburg Public Use Area, Pomme de Terre State Wildlife Management Area, Quarry Point Public Use Area, Wheatland Public Use Area

  Populated Places     show all on map

Almon, Butcher, Carsons Corner, Cross Timbers, Elkton, Galmey, Hermitage, Jordan, Nemo, Phillips Ford (historical), Pittsburg, Preston, Quincy, Round Bottom Ford (historical), Weaubleau, Wheatland, White Cloud

  Post Offices     show all on map

Goose Neck Post Office (historical)

  Reservoirs     show all on map

Lake Glenwood in Hidden Valley, Number 15 Dam, Pomme de Terre Lake

  Schools     show all on map

Antioch School (historical), Bartville School, Browder School (historical), Browder School (historical), Brush College School (historical), Clark School, Concord School (historical), Cream Ridge School (historical), Cross Lane School, Dooley Bend School, Elkton School, Fairview School (historical), Flint Springs School (historical), Fox Ridge School, Hartman Grove School (historical), Hartville School (historical), Hazel Valley School (historical), Hopewell School, Mabarry School (historical), Mashburn School, Miller School (historical), Morgan School, Mulberry School (historical), Myers School (historical), Nemo School (historical), New Haven School (historical), Olive Point School (historical), Owsley School (historical), Pittsburg School (historical), Pleasant Hill School (historical), Pleasant Hill School (historical), Pleasant Ridge School (historical), Pleasant Valley School (historical), Prairie Grove School (historical), Prairie Valley School (historical), Quincy School (historical), Royal School, Salem School (historical), Shady Grove School (historical), Skyline High School, Sunny Slope School (historical), Tisco School (historical), Union School, Weaubleau Institute (historical), Weaubleau R3 High School, White Cloud School (historical)

  Springs     show all on map

Gum Spring, Walker Spring

  Streams     show all on map

Bell Branch, Big Hollow Branch, Brown Branch, Clark Branch, Cover Branch, Crane Creek, Decker Branch, Gooseneck Branch, Gover Branch, Green Branch, Huffmans Creek, Ingalls Creek, Jordan Branch, Lindley Creek, Little Decker Branch, Little Mill Creek, Mill Branch, Mill Creek, Pippin Branch, Pomme de Terre River, Short Branch, Stacey Branch, Starks Creek, Stick Branch, Swede Branch, Thomas Creek, Vanderman Branch

  Valleys     show all on map

Big Hollow, Bird Hollow, Bone Hollow, Brushy Hollow, Buck Hollow, Burbick Hollow, Cave Spring Hollow, Cedar Hollow, Horn Hollow, Mining Hollow, Montgomery Hollow, Powell Hollow, Rough Hollow, Sloan Hollow, Sugarcamp Hollow,

Hickory County, Missouri Population By Race (2012 estimate)

WhiteHickory County White population 9,1089,107  
MixedHickory County Mixed population 160159
American IndianHickory County American Indian population 7575
BlackHickory County Black population 3837
AsianHickory County Asian population 1918
Hawaiian & Pacific IslanderHickory County Hawaiian & Pacific Islander population 99

Additional population tables :
State population table
Missouri population by county