There are 114 counties and one independent city in the U.S. state of Missouri. Following the Louisiana Purchase and the admittance of Louisiana into the United States in 1812, five counties were formed out of the Missouri Territory at the first general assembly: Cape Girardeau, New Madrid, Saint Charles, Saint Louis, and Ste. Genevieve. Most subsequent counties were apportioned from these five original counties. Six more counties were added through the 1836 Platte Purchase, the acquired lands of which formed the northwest tip of the state and consisted of Andrew, Atchison, Buchanan, Holt, Nodaway, and Platte counties.

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  • There are 114 counties and one independent city in the U.S. state of Missouri. Following the Louisiana Purchase and the admittance of Louisiana into the United States in 1812, five counties were formed out of the Missouri Territory at the first general assembly: Cape Girardeau, New Madrid, Saint Charles, Saint Louis, and Ste. Genevieve. Most subsequent counties were apportioned from these five original counties. Six more counties were added through the 1836 Platte Purchase, the acquired lands of which formed the northwest tip of the state and consisted of Andrew, Atchison, Buchanan, Holt, Nodaway, and Platte counties. In Missouri, the county level of government comes between those of the city and the state. Its primary responsibilities include maintaining roads, providing security, prosecuting criminals, and collecting taxes. Elected officials at this level include a sheriff, prosecuting attorney, and assessor. Most of the counties in Missouri are named after politicians. One such county, Cass, was originally named Van Buren County after President Martin Van Buren, and was changed to its present name in support of Van Buren's Democratic opponent Lewis Cass during the presidential election of 1848. Other counties are named after war heroes, natural resources, explorers, and former U.S. territories. The city of St. Louis is an independent city, and is not within the limits of a county. Its residents voted to secede from St. Louis County in 1876. Throughout the United States, St. Louis is one of three independent cities outside the state of Virginia (the other two are Baltimore, Maryland and Carson City, Nevada). Population figures are based on the 2010 United States Census. According to that census, the population of Missouri is 5,988,927, an increase of 7.0% from 2000. The average population of Missouri’s counties is 52,078 ; St. Louis County is the most populous (998,954), and Worth County is the least (2,171). The average land area is 599 sq mi (1,550 km2). The largest county is Texas County (1,179 sq mi, 3,054 km2) and the smallest is St. Louis city (61.9 sq mi, 160 km2). The Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) is used by the U.S. government to uniquely identify counties, and is provided for each entry. These codes link to the United States Census Bureau's "quick facts" for each county. To distinguish from counties in other states, one must use Missouri’s FIPS code, 29. For example, Adair County's unique nationwide identifier is 29001. (en)
  • 25بك المحتوى هنا ينقصه الاستشهاد بمصادر. يرجى إيراد مصادر موثوق بها. أي معلومات غير موثقة يمكن التشكيك بها وإزالتها. (مارس 2016) هذه قائمة مقاطعات ولاية ميزوري الأمريكية: * مقاطعة آيرن * مقاطعة أدير * مقاطعة أندرو * مقاطعة أودرين * مقاطعة أوريغون * مقاطعة أوزارك * مقاطعة أوسيج * مقاطعة أيتشيسون * مقاطعة بارتون * مقاطعة باري * مقاطعة بايك * مقاطعة بتلر * مقاطعة بلات * مقاطعة بوتنام * مقاطعة بوجانان * مقاطعة بولاسكي * مقاطعة بولك * مقاطعة بولينغر * مقاطعة بون * مقاطعة بيتز * مقاطعة بيتيس * مقاطعة بيري * مقاطعة بيميسكوت * مقاطعة بينتون * مقاطعة تشاريتون * مقاطعة جاسبر * مقاطعة جاكسون * مقاطعة جونسون * مقاطعة جيفيرسون * مقاطعة جينتري * مقاطعة دافيز * مقاطعة دالاس * مقاطعة دوغلاس * مقاطعة دونكلين * مقاطعة ديد * مقاطعة ديكالب * مقاطعة دينت * مقاطعة رالز * مقاطعة راندولف * مقاطعة راي * مقاطعة رايبلي * مقاطعة رينولدز * مقاطعة سالين * مقاطعة سانت تشارلز * مقاطعة سانت جينيفييف * مقاطعة سانت فرانسوا * مقاطعة سانت كلير * مقاطعة سانت لويس * مقاطعة سيدار * مقاطعة غاسكونيد * مقاطعة غروندي * مقاطعة غرين * مقاطعة فرانكلين * مقاطعة فيلبس * مقاطعة كارتر * مقاطعة كارول * مقاطعة كاس * مقاطعة كالاواي * مقاطعة كالدويل * مقاطعة كامدين * مقاطعة كراوفورد * مقاطعة كريستشيان * مقاطعة كلارك * مقاطعة كلاي * مقاطعة كلينتون * مقاطعة كوبر * مقاطعة كول * مقاطعة كيب غيراردو * مقاطعة لافاييت * مقاطعة لاكليد * مقاطعة لورنس * مقاطعة لويس * مقاطعة ليفينغستون * مقاطعة لين * مقاطعة لينكولن * مقاطعة ماديسون * مقاطعة ماريز * مقاطعة ماريون * مقاطعة ماكون * مقاطعة مكدونالد * مقاطعة مورغان * مقاطعة مونتغومري * مقاطعة مونرو * مقاطعة مونيتو * مقاطعة ميرسير * مقاطعة ميسيسيبي * مقاطعة ميللر * مقاطعة نوداواي * مقاطعة نوكس * مقاطعة نيو مدريد * مقاطعة نيوتن * مقاطعة هاريسون * مقاطعة هاوارد * مقاطعة هاول * مقاطعة هنري * مقاطعة هولت * مقاطعة هيكوري * 32xبوابة الولايات المتحدةمشاريع شقيقة في كومنز صور وملفات عن: قائمة مقاطعات ولاية ميزوري الأمريكية (ar)
  • L'État américain du Missouri est divisé en 114 comtés (counties) et une ville indépendante : Saint-Louis. 30 comtés portent un nom unique, tandis que chacun des 84 autres a un ou plusieurs homonymes dans d'autres États de l'Union. (fr)
  • Lista delle 115 contee del Missouri, negli Stati Uniti d'America: (it)
  • ミズーリ州の郡一覧は、アメリカ合衆国ミズーリ州内の郡の一覧である。ミズーリ州内には114の郡と1つの独立市がある。 1803年のルイジアナ買収に続いて、1812年ルイジアナが州に昇格すると、ミズーリ準州は最初の議会で5つの郡を設立した。その後設立された郡の大半はこれら5郡から分割されたものである。1836年のプラット買収で州北西隅に領土が追加され、アンドリュー郡など6郡が追加された。 ミズーリ州では、郡レベルの政府が市政府と州政府の中間に来る。郡政府の主要任務は道路を維持し、安全を確保し、犯罪を告発し、税を集めることである。選挙で選ばれる役人としては、保安官、検察官、税評価官がいる。 ミズーリ州の郡の大半は政治家から郡名が採られている。現在のカス郡は当初マーティン・ヴァン・ビューレン大統領(在任1837年-1841年)に因んでヴァンビューレン郡と名付けられていたが、1848年の大統領選挙で民主党のルイス・カスがヴァン・ビューレン(自由土地党)と競ったことで、カス郡と改名された。その他の郡は戦争の英雄、自然の資源、探検家、元のアメリカ領土などに因んで名付けられている。 セントルイス市は独立市であり、郡の領域に入っていない。その住人は1876年にセントルイス郡からの離脱を投票で決めた。アメリカ合衆国でバージニア州以外の独立市はメリーランド州ボルティモア市、ネバダ州カーソンシティ市とセントルイス市の3市のみである。 下表の人口は2010年国勢調査によっている。ミズーリ州全体の人口は5,988,927人となり、2000年からは7.0%増加した。郡当たりの人口は52,078人である。セントルイス郡が最大で988,954人であり、最小はワース郡の2,171人である。郡当たりの面積は 599 平方マイル (1,550 km2) である。面積最大の郡はテキサス郡で1,179平方マイル (3,054 km2) 、最小はセントルイス市で61.9平方マイル (160 km2) である 。下表はアルファベット順である。 (ja)
  • De Amerikaanse staat Missouri is onderverdeeld in 114 county's en één onafhankelijke stad, St. Louis, die bij geen enkele county hoort. (nl)
  • Esta é uma lista de condados do estado norte-americano do Missouri. A lista inclui a sede de condado entre parêntesis. (pt)
  • To jest lista hrabstw w stanie Missouri. W stanie Missouri jest 114 hrabstw: (pl)
  • 美国密苏里州一共有114个县和一个独立市。随着路易斯安那购地和路易斯安那州于1812年加入联邦,密苏里领地召开的第一次大会上将领地划分为5个县。随后的大多数县都是从这5个县中划分出来的。1836年,联邦政府通过普拉特购地(Platte Purchase)从美洲原住民部落购买了密西西比河东岸8156平方公里土地,这些土地就成了密苏里州的西北部地区,包括安德鲁县、艾奇逊县、布坎南县、霍尔特县、诺德韦县和普拉特县。 密苏里州县政府的级别处在市政府和州政府之间。主要负责维护道理、保障安全、起诉罪犯和征收赋税。这一级别政府所选举的官员包括警长、检察官和估税官。 密苏里州的大部分县都是以政治家命名的。比如其中的一个卡斯县最初以美国总统马丁·范布伦命名为范布伦县,然后又在1848年美国总统选举期间改名为卡斯县来支持范布伦在竞选中的民主党对手刘易斯·卡斯。其它的县则是以战争英雄、自然资源、探险家和曾经的美国领地来命名。 圣路易斯是一个独立市,不属于任何一个县。1876年,该市居民通过投票选举从圣路易斯县分裂出去。在整个美国,除了弗吉尼亚州以外,圣路易斯是仅有的三个独立市之一,另外两个分别是马里兰州的巴尔的摩和内华达州的卡森城。 所有人口统计数据来源于2010年美国人口普查。根据该普查数据,密苏里州共有598万8927位居民,于2000年美国人口普查的结果相比增加了7%,平均每个县有5万2078人。其中圣路易斯县以99万8954居于榜首,沃思县只有2171人排在最后。平均每个县的面积为1550平方公里,最大的德克萨斯县有3054平方公里,最小的圣路易斯市只有160平方公里。 以下表格会在每一个县的名称后面列出其联邦资料处理标准代码(简称FIPS代码),该代码是联邦政府用来区分各州和各县的唯一识别码。密苏里州的FIPS代码是29,结合任何一个县的代码则为“29XXX”。所有的FIPS代码将链接至该县最近的一次人口普查数据。 (zh)
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  • U.S. Senator David Rice Atchison , a Democrat from Missouri
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  • John Newton , legendary soldier of the American Revolution
  • John S. Phelps , a politician, soldier during the American Civil War, and twenty-third Governor of Missouri
  • William O. Butler , U.S. Representative from Kentucky and vice-presidential nominee under Lewis Cass
  • Daniel Webster , U.S. Secretary of State and Senator from Massachusetts
  • James Lawrence , an American naval officer best known for his last words "Don't give up the ship!"
  • Miles Vernon, Missouri State Senator – the county was originally defined as having the same boundaries as Bates county, but was later declared unconstitutional and changed
  • William Christian , colonel in the American Revolution
  • Roger Brooke Taney , eleventh United States Attorney General and fifth Chief Justice of the United States
  • Meriwether Lewis , explorer and governor of the Louisiana Territory
  • Richard M. Johnson , ninth Vice President of the United States, serving in the administration of Martin Van Buren
  • George Washington , commander of the Continental Army in the American Revolutionary War and first President of the United States
  • Gilbert du Motier, the Marquis de Lafayette , French military officer and general in the American Revolutionary War
  • John Miller , an American publisher and politician from St. Louis, Missouri. He was the fourth Governor of Missouri and represented Missouri in the U.S. House
  • Amos Stoddard , the only commandant of Upper Louisiana for the French Republic and the only commandant for the District of Louisiana for the United States in 1804 during the handover of the Louisiana Purchase
  • King Louis IX , King of France from 1226 until his death
  • Silas Wright , an American Democratic politician and Governor of New York
  • Anthony Wayne , United States Army general and statesman
  • Zebulon Pike , American soldier and explorer for whom Pikes Peak in Colorado is also named
  • Benjamin Howard , a Congressman from Kentucky, governor of Missouri Territory and a brigadier general in the War of 1812
  • Major Francis L. Dade , Major in the U.S. 4th Infantry Regiment, United States Army, during the Second Seminole War
  • St. Francis of Assisi , a Catholic deacon and the founder of the Order of Friars Minor, more commonly known as the Franciscans
  • Philip Schuyler , a general in the American Revolution and a United States Senator from New York
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  • Adair and Sullivan counties
  • An American Indian word meaning "liquid mud"
  • Andrew County, the Platte Purchase
  • Barry County
  • Barry and Dade counties
  • Barry and Polk counties
  • Bates County
  • Benton and Polk counties
  • Benton, Morgan and Pulaski counties
  • Johann de Kalb , a German soldier who served as a major general in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War
  • Boone, Howard and Montgomery counties
  • Nathanael Greene , a major general of the Continental Army in the American Revolutionary War
  • Callaway, Monroe and Ralls counties
  • Camden, Pulaski and Wright counties
  • Cape Girardeau and Lawrence counties
  • Cape Girardeau and Sainte Genevieve counties
  • Chariton County
  • Chariton and Ralls counties
  • Chariton and Randolph counties
  • Clark, Lewis, and Shelby counties
  • Clay County
  • Clinton County
  • Cole and Morgan counties
  • Cole and Pulaski counties
  • Cooper County
  • Cooper and Saline counties
  • Crawford County
  • Crawford and Shannon counties
  • Crawford and Wayne counties
  • Dade and St. Clair counties
  • Daniel Boone , American pioneer and hunter
  • Daniel Dunklin , fifth governor of Missouri
  • Daniel Ralls, a Missouri State Representative
  • David Rice Holt, Missouri State Representative
  • Daviess County
  • Disputed - Josiah Howell, pioneering settler
  • Disputed; either Lincoln County, Kentucky , or for Benjamin Lincoln , an American revolutionary war general
  • James Monroe , fifth President of the United States who crafted the Missouri Compromise
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  • Frederick Bates , the second governor of Missouri
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  • Gentry County
  • Greene County
  • Greene, Taney and Webster counties
  • Grundy County
  • Holt County, part of the Platte Purchase
  • Jackson County
  • James Dent, pioneering settler
  • Jasper County
  • Jefferson, Ste. Genevieve and Washington counties
  • John Ray, Missouri State Representative
  • John Sullivan , American Revolutionary War general
  • Oliver Hazard Perry , naval officer in the War of 1812 against Britain, earned the title "Hero of Lake Erie" for leading American forces in a decisive naval victory at the Battle of Lake Erie
  • Lewis Cass , senator from Michigan
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  • Lillard County
  • Linn County
  • Livingston County
  • Local hot springs
  • Macon County
  • Madrid, Spain
  • Marion County
  • Named for the abundance of Eastern Red Cedar trees
  • New Madrid County
  • Newton County
  • One of the five original counties
  • Oregon County
  • Oregon, Reynolds, Ripley and Shannon counties
  • Osage and Pulaski counties
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  • John Adair , pioneer, soldier, and seventh Governor of Kentucky
  • Part of the Platte Purchase
  • Pettis and Greene counties
  • Pierre Laclede , founder of St. Louis, Missouri
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  • Polk County
  • Pulaski County
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  • Ray County
  • Ripley County
  • Rives County
  • Sainte Genevieve County
  • Sarshel Benjamin Cooper, pioneering settler
  • Scotland County
  • Scott County
  • Shannon County
  • Shannon and Wright counties
  • St. Charles County
  • St. Charles and St. Louis counties
  • St. Louis County
  • St. Louis and Sainte Genevieve counties
  • Stephen Cole, pioneering settler
  • Stoddard County
  • Taney County
  • The abundance of iron ore in the area
  • Thomas Hart Benton , U.S. Senator from Missouri
  • Van Buren County
  • Alexander McDonald, American Revolutionary War sergeant
  • Wayne County
  • William Stone, first elected judge of Taney County
  • Zimri Carter, pioneering settler
  • Ozark Mountains – Ozark is the anglicized form of the French "aux arcs", an abbreviation of "Aux Arkansas", which means in the county of Arkansas
  • Created in 1876 when city residents voted to secede from St. Louis County
  • Sieur de Girardot, a French officer and early explorer of the region
  • Richard Gentry , a distinguished American military colonel in the Seminole Wars
  • Madison, Reynolds, St. Francois, Washington and Wayne counties
  • Stephen A. Douglas , American Senator from Illinois, and the Democratic nominee for President in 1860
  • Benjamin Franklin , writer, publisher, orator, and one of the Founding Fathers of the United States
  • George Clinton , soldier and Governor of New York, considered one of the Founding Fathers of the United States
  • John Randolph of Roanoke , a leader in Congress from Virginia and spokesman for the "Old Republican"
  • Francis Marion , a military officer who served in the American Revolutionary War
  • Charles Carroll , delegate to the Continental Congress and U.S. Senator for Maryland
  • Nathaniel Macon , member of the United States House of Representatives from 1791 to 1815 who briefly served in the American Revolutionary War
  • Joseph Warren , Revolutionary War doctor and general
  • Felix Grundy , U.S. Congressman and U.S. Senator from Tennessee who also served as the 13th Attorney General of the United States
  • William Clark , American explorer, soldier, Indian agent, and territorial governor
  • George Shannon , member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition
  • Arthur St. Clair , an American soldier and Governor of the Northwest Territory
  • St. Charles Borromeo , an Italian saint and cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Eleazer Wheelock Ripley , Brigadier General in the War of 1812
  • James Callaway , soldier during the War of 1812 and grandson of Daniel Boone
  • Chariton River, a tributary of the Missouri River, whose naming origin is disputed
  • Charles Pratt, 1st Earl Camden , an English lawyer, judge, Whig politician, and proponent of civil liberties
  • Andrew Jackson , U.S. Senator from Tennessee and later President of the United States
  • Mississippi River, the second-longest river in the United States which forms Missouri's eastern border
  • William H. Crawford , U.S. Senator from Georgia, U.S. Secretary of Treasury, and judge
  • William Jasper , a noted American soldier in the Revolutionary War
  • Edward Livingston , a prominent American jurist and statesman, influential in the drafting of the Louisiana Civil Code of 1825, a civil code based largely on the Napoleonic Code
  • James Madison , politician and political philosopher who served as the fourth President of the United States, and one of the Founding Fathers of the United States
  • John F. Mercer , an American lawyer, planter, and Governor of Maryland
  • Isaac Shelby , the first and fifth Governor of the U.S. state of Kentucky
  • Israel Putnam , an American army general who fought with distinction at the Battle of Bunker Hill during the American Revolutionary War
  • Moniteau Creek; "moniteau" is a French spelling of manitou, the Algonquian Great Spirit
  • Disputed; either John Caldwell, an Indian scout and friend of respected Colonel Alexander William Doniphan; John Caldwell, Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky; or Mathew Caldwell, a signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence
  • St. Genevieve , the patron saint of Paris in Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox tradition
  • Richard Montgomery , an Irish-born soldier who first served in the British Army and later became a brigadier-general in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War
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  • Joseph Hamilton Daveiss , commanded the Dragoons of the Indiana Militia at the Battle of Tippecanoe
  • Andrew Jackson , seventh U.S. President, who was nicknamed "Old Hickory" during his military service
  • George M. Dallas , U.S. Vice President under James K. Polk
  • Maries River, possibly a corruption of the French word marais meaning "marsh" or "swamp"
  • U.S. Senator David Barton , one of the first senators from Missouri
  • Daniel Morgan , American pioneer, soldier, and United States Representative from Virginia
  • John Guier Scott , a U.S. Representative from Missouri
  • Spencer Darwin Pettis , U.S. Representative from Missouri
  • Patrick Henry , first post-colonial Governor of Virginia and prominent figure in the American Revolution
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  • Thomas Jefferson , third President of the United States, principal author of the Declaration of Independence, and one of the most influential Founding Fathers
  • Lewis F. Linn , a Jacksonian Democratic U.S. Senator for Missouri
  • Gasconade River, a tributary of the Missouri River; the river probably derives its name from the French word "gascon" which means braggart, and could be an old satirical name describing those who boast about their adventures upon return to St. Louis
  • James H. Audrain, a War of 1812 colonel Missouri State Legislator
  • Henry Knox an American bookseller from Boston who became the chief artillery officer of the Continental Army and later the nation's first Secretary of War
  • William J. Worth , a United States general during the Mexican-American War
  • Andrew Jackson Davis , spiritualist and missionary who settled in St. Louis
  • Kazimierz Pulaski , Polish soldier of fortune in the American Revolutionary War, he saved the life of George Washington and became a general in the Continental Army
  • Henry Clay , American Senator and orator from Kentucky
  • Albert G. Harrison , U.S. Representative from Missouri
  • Thomas Reynolds , governor of Missouri from 1840 to 1844
  • George Frederick Bollinger , early settler of Missouri
  • Nodaway River, a long river in southwest Iowa and northwest Missouri
  • William Taylor Barry , jurist and United States Postmaster General
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  • L'État américain du Missouri est divisé en 114 comtés (counties) et une ville indépendante : Saint-Louis. 30 comtés portent un nom unique, tandis que chacun des 84 autres a un ou plusieurs homonymes dans d'autres États de l'Union. (fr)
  • Lista delle 115 contee del Missouri, negli Stati Uniti d'America: (it)
  • De Amerikaanse staat Missouri is onderverdeeld in 114 county's en één onafhankelijke stad, St. Louis, die bij geen enkele county hoort. (nl)
  • Esta é uma lista de condados do estado norte-americano do Missouri. A lista inclui a sede de condado entre parêntesis. (pt)
  • To jest lista hrabstw w stanie Missouri. W stanie Missouri jest 114 hrabstw: (pl)
  • There are 114 counties and one independent city in the U.S. state of Missouri. Following the Louisiana Purchase and the admittance of Louisiana into the United States in 1812, five counties were formed out of the Missouri Territory at the first general assembly: Cape Girardeau, New Madrid, Saint Charles, Saint Louis, and Ste. Genevieve. Most subsequent counties were apportioned from these five original counties. Six more counties were added through the 1836 Platte Purchase, the acquired lands of which formed the northwest tip of the state and consisted of Andrew, Atchison, Buchanan, Holt, Nodaway, and Platte counties. (en)
  • 25بك المحتوى هنا ينقصه الاستشهاد بمصادر. يرجى إيراد مصادر موثوق بها. أي معلومات غير موثقة يمكن التشكيك بها وإزالتها. (مارس 2016) هذه قائمة مقاطعات ولاية ميزوري الأمريكية: * مقاطعة آيرن * مقاطعة أدير * مقاطعة أندرو * مقاطعة أودرين * مقاطعة أوريغون * مقاطعة أوزارك * مقاطعة أوسيج * مقاطعة أيتشيسون * مقاطعة بارتون * مقاطعة باري * مقاطعة بايك * مقاطعة بتلر * مقاطعة بلات * مقاطعة بوتنام * مقاطعة بوجانان * مقاطعة بولاسكي * مقاطعة بولك * مقاطعة بولينغر * مقاطعة بون * مقاطعة بيتز * مقاطعة بيتيس * مقاطعة بيري * مقاطعة بيميسكوت * مقاطعة بينتون * مقاطعة تشاريتون * مقاطعة جاسبر * مقاطعة جاكسون * مقاطعة جونسون * مقاطعة جيفيرسون * مقاطعة جينتري * مقاطعة دافيز * مقاطعة دالاس * مقاطعة دوغلاس * مقاطعة دونكلين * مقاطعة ديد * مقاطعة ديكال (ar)
  • ミズーリ州の郡一覧は、アメリカ合衆国ミズーリ州内の郡の一覧である。ミズーリ州内には114の郡と1つの独立市がある。 1803年のルイジアナ買収に続いて、1812年ルイジアナが州に昇格すると、ミズーリ準州は最初の議会で5つの郡を設立した。その後設立された郡の大半はこれら5郡から分割されたものである。1836年のプラット買収で州北西隅に領土が追加され、アンドリュー郡など6郡が追加された。 ミズーリ州では、郡レベルの政府が市政府と州政府の中間に来る。郡政府の主要任務は道路を維持し、安全を確保し、犯罪を告発し、税を集めることである。選挙で選ばれる役人としては、保安官、検察官、税評価官がいる。 ミズーリ州の郡の大半は政治家から郡名が採られている。現在のカス郡は当初マーティン・ヴァン・ビューレン大統領(在任1837年-1841年)に因んでヴァンビューレン郡と名付けられていたが、1848年の大統領選挙で民主党のルイス・カスがヴァン・ビューレン(自由土地党)と競ったことで、カス郡と改名された。その他の郡は戦争の英雄、自然の資源、探検家、元のアメリカ領土などに因んで名付けられている。 (ja)
  • 美国密苏里州一共有114个县和一个独立市。随着路易斯安那购地和路易斯安那州于1812年加入联邦,密苏里领地召开的第一次大会上将领地划分为5个县。随后的大多数县都是从这5个县中划分出来的。1836年,联邦政府通过普拉特购地(Platte Purchase)从美洲原住民部落购买了密西西比河东岸8156平方公里土地,这些土地就成了密苏里州的西北部地区,包括安德鲁县、艾奇逊县、布坎南县、霍尔特县、诺德韦县和普拉特县。 密苏里州县政府的级别处在市政府和州政府之间。主要负责维护道理、保障安全、起诉罪犯和征收赋税。这一级别政府所选举的官员包括警长、检察官和估税官。 密苏里州的大部分县都是以政治家命名的。比如其中的一个卡斯县最初以美国总统马丁·范布伦命名为范布伦县,然后又在1848年美国总统选举期间改名为卡斯县来支持范布伦在竞选中的民主党对手刘易斯·卡斯。其它的县则是以战争英雄、自然资源、探险家和曾经的美国领地来命名。 圣路易斯是一个独立市,不属于任何一个县。1876年,该市居民通过投票选举从圣路易斯县分裂出去。在整个美国,除了弗吉尼亚州以外,圣路易斯是仅有的三个独立市之一,另外两个分别是马里兰州的巴尔的摩和内华达州的卡森城。 (zh)
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  • List of counties in Missouri (en)
  • قائمة مقاطعات ولاية ميزوري الأمريكية (ar)
  • Liste der Countys in Missouri (de)
  • Comtés de l'État du Missouri (fr)
  • Contee del Missouri (it)
  • ミズーリ州の郡一覧 (ja)
  • Lijst van county's in Missouri (nl)
  • Lista hrabstw w stanie Missouri (pl)
  • Lista de condados do Missouri (pt)
  • 密苏里州各县列表 (zh)
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