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Kersey Coates
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TitleKersey Coates
AbstractBio of Kersey Coates, a prominent Kansas City emigrant from Pennsylvania in 1855, settling in the Gillis House. Influential in making the city a non-slave supporting one. Built the first house on Quality Hill. Promoter and developer of railroads and the Hannibal Bridge. One of the most important visionaries, supporter of W. R. Nelson.
LocationMicrofilm: Native Sons Scrapbooks, Roll 12
Local SubjectKansas Citians--Prominent
Quality Hill Residential District
Hannibal Bridge
Coates, Kersey
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Item TypeArchival Material
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Item ID95906
CONTENTdm number35654
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