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Founded in 1869, the village of Stoutland, Missouri was situated along the tracks of the Atlantic & Pacific Railroad, which later became the St. Louis & San Francisco Railroad. The rails were on the line between Camden and Laclede counties, and a portion of the village is included in each of these counties. The village was named for Captain Stout, a director of the Atlantic & Pacific Railroad. Missouri Highways H, T and JJ intersect in Stoutland, which is north of Interstate Highway 44, southwest of Richland, northeast of Sleeper, and northwest of Hazelgreen. A portion of the Mark Twain National Forest lies southeast of Stoutland. St. Louis is about one hundred and fifty miles to the northeast.



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