Spring as it appears today.
James G. Human of Tennessee settled at the big spring in 1834 and founded the town which was named after him.
Humansville, Missouri is a city of about 1,000 people located on Highway 13 between Springfield and Kansas City. It is surrounded by recreational lake areas: Pomme de Terre, Stockton and Truman, that offer good fishing, water sports and all types of wild game.
Big Spring Care Center 417-754-8711 or 417-754-2450
Northwood Hills Care Center 417-754-2208
Maples Bed And Breakfast 417-754-2505 www.maplesbedandbreakfast.com
Murray Funeral Home www.murrayfuneralhomes.com
US Bank 417-754-2513 www.usbank.com
Etta Jean's Flea Market
Clark's Furniture 417-754-2501
Maple Leaf Floral & Home Boutique ( www.themapleleaffloral.net )
United Produces, Inc. ( Cattleman's Auction )
Humansville Schools 417-754-2219
York's Meat Processing 417-754-8118
Murphy's Pub 417-754-2490
Humansville Family Medical Center 417-754-2223
Humansville Christian Church 417-754-2621
Lake Shore's Residential care 417-754-2272
Arlene Lear Insurance 417-754-8377
Halings Plumbing & Hardware 417-754-2227
Humansville Senior Center 417-754-8303
City of Humansville ( email@example.com ) 417-754-8110
The BarnWood Inn 417-754-8250 www.thebarnwoodinn.com
Tilden Street Sweet Repeats