Leatherwood Creek (St. Francis River)

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Location
37°22'53"N
090°28'36"W
Country
 United States of America
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Leatherwood Creek is a stream in Iron and Madison County in the U.S. state of Missouri. It is a tributary of St. Francis River. The stream headwaters arise in southeastern Iron County and it flows southeast into western Madison County parallel to Missouri Route C past the community of Jewett to its confluence with the St. Francis about four miles southwest of Rock Pile Mountain.The source area is at 37°25′39″N 90°33′23″W and the confluence is at 37°22′53″N 90°28′37″W.Leatherwood Creek was named for leatherwood near its course.
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