- Archives & Records
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List of Avaialable Records
- Genealogy of Native Americans
- 1873 Springfield City Directory
- Student List of Greene County Schools 1910-1917 by District
- Greene County School Records
- 1905 Springfield, Missouri City Directory
- Greene County, Missouri Blind Pensions 1923-1933
- Record of Greene County Deeds 1833-1876
- Map of Springfield of 1908
- Student List of Greene County Schools 1910-1913 Alphabetical
- Student List of Greene County Schools 1910-1913 by District
- The Street Car Strike of 1916-17
- 1876 Illustrated Historical Atlas of Greene County, Missouri
- 1876 Road Plat of Greene County, Missouri
Greene County Archives & Records Center
The Greene County Archives and Records Center was opened in 1987 by Del Bishop-a former Federal archivist-
and then county clerk, Dennis Hobbs. They envisioned a central repository where county records would be maintained
for county officials and the general public. Beside having an official function the Archives was to serve as a
county and regional research center.
Formed in 1833, Greene County comprised all of the present counties of McDonald, Newton, Jasper, Barton, Dade, Lawrence, Barry, Stone, Webster and Christian counties and parts of Taney Dallas, Polk, Cedar, Vernon, Laclede, Wright and Douglas counties.
Many of the Archives' indexes/bulletins are available on-line through the Springfield-Greene County Library System.
For more information call, write, fax, or make on-line request.