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21. ''All the Camp was Weeping'' George Bent and the Sand Creek Massacre ''All the Camp was Weeping'' George Bent and the Sand Creek Massacre Article gives the history of George Bent, halfbreed son of trader William Bent and his Indian wife Owl Woman, as well as his involvement with the Sand Creek Massacre which happened on November 29, 1864....

22. $1,500,000 Worth of Brightness $1,500,000 Worth of Brightness Photos and article about "the city-wide relighting program" of Kansas City, Kansas, with the Board of Public Utilities installing 500 miles and $1,500,000 worth of new residential street lights.

23. $10,000 Grant Received for Further Restoration of Harris-Kearney House $10,000 Grant Received for Further Restoration of Harris-Kearney House Brief description of William Brace, or W. J. Brace, "chairman and president of the Gleaner-Harvester Corporation" and "one of Kansas City's earliest automobile dealers and distributors, associated with...

24. $10,000 Grant Received for Further Restoration of Harris-Kearney House $10,000 Grant Received for Further Restoration of Harris-Kearney House News of a grant from the W. J. Brace Charitable Trust to the Westport Historical Society for continued restoration of the Harris House at 40th and Baltimore.

25. ''...It Was Founded Upon a Rock'' ''...It Was Founded Upon a Rock'' History of the American Hereford Association with drawing of new headquarters building built at West 11th Street and Jefferson, including floor plans for all three floors. The Association began June 22,...

26. 1943 Missouri Constitutional Convention 1943 Missouri Constitutional Convention Pamphlets and other materials on the issues surrounding the 1943 Constitutional Convention called together for the formation of a new Missouri state constitution.

27. First Synagogue in Kansas City First Synagogue in Kansas City Information about a Jewish synagogue first being established in Kansas City in 1869 and dedicated in 1875, presumably the B'nai Jehudah Temple at the southeast corner of 6th and Wyandotte Streets.

28. 75 Years Strong 75 Years Strong W.W. Van Liew had the knack of turning an outdoor space into something magical. He lived in Atchison, Kansas at the turn of the last century and his two sons Clarence and Ernie would move to Kansas City,...

29. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo. Biographical sketch of Dr. Walter Sewell Wheeler, or Walter Wheeler, a physician born in Virginia in 1859 and moving to "Moundville, Missouri" in 1885 before coming to Kansas City in 1888, with residence...

30. ''A Species of Town-Building Madness'': Quindaro and Kansas Territory, 1856-1862 ''A Species of Town-Building Madness'': Quindaro and Kansas Territory, 1856-1862 Story of the town of Quindaro, Kansas, which materialized for a short while on the Missouri River upriver from the Town of Kansas (Kansas City) in 1857. The site was selected by Abelard Guthrie and Charles...

31. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo. Photo and bio of William Jamison, a lawyer born in Pennsylvania in 1858 and coming to Kansas City in 1886, becoming prosecuting attorney of Jackson County.

32. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo. Biographical sketch of Blake Woodson, a lawyer born in Virginia in 1835 and coming to Kansas City in 1861 as a Confederate veteran, becoming prosecuting attorney and a judge here in the 1880s.

33. Fire Destroys 100-Year-Old House Fire Destroys 100-Year-Old House Article about the destruction by fire of the residence at 2024 Washington Boulevard in the Westheight Manor residential district of Kansas City, Kansas, located between 18th, 24th, Everett, and Nebraska...

34. ' I Plant Myself...Down on My Unquestionable Rights': Elijah Lovejoy's Fatal Stand for Freedom ' I Plant Myself...Down on My Unquestionable Rights': Elijah Lovejoy's Fatal Stand for Freedom Article tells the story of Elijah Lovejoy, St. Louis abolitionist. His impassioned denunciations of slavery in his newspaper, The Observer, incurred the wrath of pro-slavery elements. Lovejoy moved his...

35. ''Better off in Hell'': The Evolution of the Kansas Red Legs ''Better off in Hell'': The Evolution of the Kansas Red Legs Comprehensive article covering the various border warfare groups along the Kansas-Missouri border during the Civil War. Includes names as Jim Lane, Charles Jennison, William S. Tough, John L. "Jack" Bridges,...

36. 'Good Life' Is Hidden Jewel Downtown 'Good Life' Is Hidden Jewel Downtown This article focuses on one of Kansas City's less visible fountains called "The Fountain of Good Life". It was designed by George Tsutakawa. According to a quote in the article, he "became the preeminent...

37. 100,000 Come to See Plaza Light Ceremony 100,000 Come to See Plaza Light Ceremony Brighter lights, 152,000 of them, installed following the recovery from the Plaza flood of 1977.

38. ''Aunt Maria'' Moore Is Dead ''Aunt Maria'' Moore Is Dead A reprint from "The Times", Pleasant Hill, Mo., May 8, 1936. Maria Moore came to Jackson County, Missouri as one of the slaves of Jabez Smith. She was later sold to Tom Thomas of Pleasant Hill and spent...

39. ''A Stirring Effect on the Enemy'': Civil War Archaeology of Sharp's Cornfield at the 1861 Battle of ''A Stirring Effect on the Enemy'': Civil War Archaeology of Sharp's Cornfield at the 1861 Battle of Wilson's Creek, Missouri Wilson's Creek National Battlefield is located near Republic, Missouri, in the southwest part of Missouri around 15 miles from Springfield. "The battle was commemorated when Congress passed a joint resolution...

40. ''Can Basketball Survive Chamberlain?'' ''Can Basketball Survive Chamberlain?'' Article describing Wilt Chamberlain's years in Lawrence, Kansas and his relationship with the University of Kansas. Includes a description of Forrest C. ''Phog'' Allen's recruiting of Chamberlain as a...