A town along the Frisco Railroad in the southern
part Pemiscot County. A post office was
established in 1897 and named for L.L. Steele,
who came to Pemiscot County in 1885 and
started in the farming and mercantile business.
The town was incorporated on October 9, 1901
under a petition presented to the County Court
of Pemiscot County.
Initially the town would overflow with rain
water to the extent that at times a boat could
be rowed from one end of Main Street to the
other. The sidewalks were boards built about
four feet above the ground. Since completion of
the first dredge ditch through town in 1910 the
Land that was at one time considered worthless
so far as agriculture was concerned is now a
part of what is regarded one of the richest
agriculture sections of the United States.
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