Springfield (Missouri)


Springfield (Missouri)
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Springfield
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Administration
Pays Drapeau des États-Unis États-Unis
État Missouri Missouri
Comté Greene
Maire Jim O’Neal
Code FIPS 29-70000
GNIS 073586
Site web Consulter
Historique
Fondation 1838
Démographie
Population (2000) 151 580 hab.
Densité 799,9 hab./km2
Géographie
Coordonnées 37° 11′ 42″ Nord
       93° 17′ 10″ Ouest
/ 37.195, -93.286
Altitude 396 m
Superficie totale 191,5 km2
· dont terre 189,5 km2 (98,96 %)
· dont eau 2 km2 (1,04 %)
Fuseau horaire CST (UTC-6)
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Springfield (Missouri)
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Springfield (Missouri)

La ville de Springfield est la troisième agglomération la plus peuplée de l’État du Missouri, aux États-Unis. Elle est le siège du comté de Greene.

Sommaire

Géographie

Les coordonnées de Springfield sont 37°11'42" Nord, 93°17'10" Ouest. Elle se situe sur l'historique Route 66.

Selon le bureau du recensement américain, la ville s'étend sur 191,1 km².

Démographie

En 2000, la ville comptait 151 580 habitants.

Education

Enseignement supérieur :

  • Assemblies of God Theological Seminary
  • Baptist Bible College
  • Central Bible College
  • Drury University
  • Evangel University
  • Forest Institute of Professional Psychology
  • Missouri State University
  • Ozarks Technical Community College
  • St. John's College of Nursing and Health Sciences of Southwest Baptist University
  • Vatterott College
  • Springfield College
  • Bryan College.

Personnalités nées, vivant ou ayant vécu à Springfield

Jumelages

Sur les autres projets Wikimedia :

Liens internes

Liens externes

Drapeau du Missouri
État du Missouri
Jefferson City (capitale)
Matières

Parcs d'État

Régions

Bootheel | Little Dixie | Loess Hills | St. Francois Mountains | Ozark Plateau | Northern Plains | Missouri Rhineland | Lincoln Hills | Lead Belt | Platte Purchase | Dissected Till Plains | Osage Plains | Mississippi Alluvial Plain

Villes principales

Saint-Louis | Kansas City | Springfield | Joplin | Columbia | Jefferson City | Saint Joseph

Comtés

Adair | Andrew | Atchison | Audrain | Barry | Barton | Bates | Benton | Bollinger | Boone | Buchanan | Butler | Caldwell | Callaway | Camden | Cape Girardeau | Carroll | Carter | Cass | Cedar | Chariton | Christian | Clark | Clay | Clinton | Cole | Cooper | Crawford | Dade | Dallas | Daviess | DeKalb | Dent | Douglas | Dunklin | Franklin | Gasconade | Gentry | Greene | Grundy | Harrison | Henry | Hickory | Holt | Howard | Howell | Iron | Jackson | Jasper | Jefferson | Johnson | Knox | Laclede | Lafayette | Lawrence | Lewis | Lincoln | Linn | Livingston | Macon | Madison | Maries | Marion | McDonald | Mercer | Miller | Mississippi | Moniteau | Monroe | Montgomery | Morgan | New Madrid | Newton | Nodaway | Oregon | Osage | Ozark | Pemiscot | Perry | Pettis | Phelps | Pike | Platte | Polk | Pulaski | Putnam | Ralls | Randolph | Ray | Reynolds | Ripley | St-Charles | St-Clair | St-François | St-Louis (Ville) | Comté de Saint-Louis | Ste-Genevieve | Saline | Schuyler | Scotland | Scott | Shannon | Shelby | Stoddard | Stone | Sullivan | Taney | Texas | Vernon | Warren | Washington | Wayne | Webster | Worth | Wright


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