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Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas
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TitleHistoric Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas
AbstractDescriptions of Rosedale, Kansas, and its history, including its absorption by the city of Kansas City, Kansas, in 1922.
NotesRosedale was platted in 1872 by James G. Brown and A. Grandstaff and covered a portion of that territory in and adjacent to the Turkey creek valley in the southeast part of Wyandotte county. ..Rosedale then [in 1922] became the Eighth ward of Kansas City, Kansas. The population of Rosedale, as reported by the 1922 census, was 8,769. The same census gave Kansas City, Kansas, a population of 102,024.
AuthorGrant W. Harrington
Location978.13 W97h
Chapter Title33, 38, 40
Page249-251, 296-298, 307-312
Local SubjectRosedale, Kansas
Kansas City, Kansas
Wyandotte County, Kansas
Item TypeBook
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Item ID105518
CONTENTdm number2719
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