* Pulaski County Information *
Pulaski County organized January 19, 1833, from Crawford
County and named for Casimir Pulaski, Polish general of the American Revolution.
The County Seat is Waynesville, Missouri.
The county is divided up into the following townships: Tavern, Union, Liberty, Cullen, Roubidoux, Piney.
Pulaski is surrounded by the following counties: Maries , Phelps , Laclede , Camden , Texas , and Miller .
Principal Cities, Towns and Villages: Waynesville, Richland, Palace, St Robert, Buckhorn, Devils Elbow, Crocker, Hancock, Big Piney, Swedeborg, Dixon, Ft Leonard Wood.
Historical Note: The Pulaski County Courthouse (Waynesville, MO 65583) burned on June 13, 1903.
The MOGenWeb Coordinator for Pulaski County, Missouri is Marti Krach, who adopted the county on March 1, 2004. If you have research resources in Pulaski County, and would like to share them with others, please consider allowing me to post them here. Simply submit them by email. Or would you volunteer to do lookups for others? If so, please let me know. Any contributions would be greatly appreciated. Please note that I am a VOLUNTEER, I do not live in this county, I do not have any information other than what is presented on this web site and I do not do research for hire.
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