Visiting Cuba

Rolling west from Leasburg on Route 66 the old highway follows the gentle roll of the Ozark Mountains, courses through forests, and past Belmont Vineyard with its event center and restaurant perched high on a hill with a commanding view of the valley. Even though I-44 can often be seen through the trees, there is

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How did Cuba get its name?

How Did Cuba Get Its Name? Prior to the founding of Cuba, George Jamison operated a store and post office, named after his wife Amanda, just west of what would later become a new town. In December of 1857, surveyors Trask and Ferguson laid out a new town just to the east of Amanda. The

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