Stuttgart was founded by Reverend Adam Bürkle, a native of Plattenhardt in Germany. He moved to the United States in 1852 and founded a settlement at Gum Pond after living in Ohio. In 1880, he opened a post office and had thus to name the village. In honor of his home he named it after Stuttgart, then capital of the Kingdom of Württemberg. In 1882, the Texas and St. Louis railroad was opened. Stuttgart became a city in 1884, and in 1904, rice farming was first introduced in the Stuttgart area.
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My grandparents used to live in this home in the 30's. It is sad to see it is such a shape these days. Oakvale will always be home to me, and it saddens me to see it in the shape it has degenerated to!
This item is pinned to an area that is a wildlife refuge. there are no buildings located with 50 miles of this location. Also this does not meet the criteria for mapping on google earth.
This items is mapped in the middle of a wild life refugel there are zero homes or buildings in this area.
Thank you very much Ijaz Ahmad Mughal greetings from Kingsland Park, Nutley, New Jersey
Your pictures are awesome! I live near Bluefield and always love seeing the trains go by as I am driving.