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Has Lived Here 68 Years: Robert S. Brown Recalls a Kansas City under River Bluffs
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TitleHas Lived Here 68 Years: Robert S. Brown Recalls a Kansas City under River Bluffs
AbstractBiographical article about Robert Brown, a 68-year resident of Kansas City, at the age of 80 recalling early Kansas City starting upon his move here in 1849. Illustration of his log cabin jail on the Levee and stories about Milton McGee's addition to the south of town and about the destruction of much of his jail by inmate "Jack Hartley, a prairie schooner driver, known as a 'bullwhacker' on the plains."
DateJune/29/1917
SourceKansas City Times
LocationMicrofilm
Page12
Local SubjectBrown, Robert S.
McGee, E. Milton
Reminiscences
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID108626
CONTENTdm number22840
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