Place:Hammond, Ozark, Missouri, United States


TypeInhabited place
Coordinates36.667°N 92.633°W
Located inOzark, Missouri, United States
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Hammond is an unincorporated community in Ozark County, Missouri. It is located at the intersection of two county roads on the Little North Fork of the White River about twelve miles northwest of Gainesville and southeast of Thornfield. Its post office is closed, mail is now served by Thornfield (ZIP code: 65762).

Hammond is the site of the historic Hammond Mill. The mill was built in 1907 and served as a gristmill until around 1940.[1] The mill has since been restored as a private residence.[2] The townsite lies on the northeast side of a wide stream floodplain at an elevation of some 200 feet below the adjacent ridge tops.[3]

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