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Frutigers Dustless Blasting

frutigers dustless blasting in Janitorial Services

84 W Main st, Friendship, New York 14739   |   (585) 610-9696

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Schenk & Miles Agency, Inc

Schenk & Miles Agency, Inc in Insurance

7 East Main Street Friendship, New York 14739   |   (585) 973-5757

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W. Allison & Sons

W. Allison & Sons in Concrete, Cement & Asphalt

8995 Spring Valley Rd Friendship, New York 14739   |   (585) 968-8279

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Jld Enterprises Llc

Jld Enterprises Llc in Paper & Paper Product Manufacturing & Wholesale

5953 Cemetery Hill Road Friendship, New York 14739   |  

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Malcolm D Sortore

Malcolm D Sortore in Air & Water Resource & Waste Management Programs

61 Pennsylvania Ave Friendship, New York 14739   |   (585) 973-7709

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Perkins Maple Acres Farm

Perkins Maple Acres Farm in Agricultural Supplies & Services

Rr 1 Friendship, New York 14739   |   (585) 968-2842

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W. Allison & Sons

W. Allison & Sons in Concrete, Cement & Asphalt

8995 Spring Valley Rd Friendship, New York 14739   |   (585) 968-8279

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Bygone Books

Bygone Books in Music Stores

5849 Cemetery Hill Rd Friendship, New York 14739   |   (585) 268-5431

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R & R Truck Repair

R & R Truck Repair in Auto Repair

7167 N Branch Rd Friendship, New York 14739   |  

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Friendship City Guide
 

Independence is a city located in the western half of Missouri. It is the fourth largest city in the state, and has a total population of 110,440 according to the 2008 census data. The city was settled and founded in 1827, and soon became a major frontier town. Independence's strategic location in the convergence of the Kansas and Missouri River made it a jumping-off point for a large variety of trade, and as the start of the Oregon Trail. It is one of two county seats of Jackson County, and is home to the denominational headquarters of many Latter Day Saint groups. 
Due to its long history, Independence has several museums featuring the town and its part in the history of the nation. The National Frontier Trails Museum is a center dedicated to the history of the area and the settlement of the West. The Leila's Hair Museum, believed to be the only one of it's kind, houses an assortment of Victorian-era hair jewelry and wreaths. It features over 1,500 pieces of artwork and/or jewelry composed of human hair in some capacity. The 1859 Jail, Marsha's Home and Museum now exhibits how the local marshall and his family lived next to the jail, which had dungeon-like cells that housed thousands of prisoners during the bloodiest period of the County's history. To learn more, check out our business directory.
Independence is extremely proud of the city's heritage, and holds an annual Labor Day festival that celebrates just that. It is also well known for the Vaile Strawberry Festival, held every first Saturday of June. The Missouri yellowpages has more information on the city and state.


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