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1. Drawing the Color Line in Kansas City: The Creation of Sumner High School Drawing the Color Line in Kansas City: The Creation of Sumner High School Autumn 2005 Although the grammar schools of Kansas City, Kansas, were completely segregated by 1890, the same state law that permitted this practice in cities with more than fifteen thousand residents specifically...

2. Harry Truman's Hat Tip at ''The Top Hat'' Changed My Life Harry Truman's Hat Tip at ''The Top Hat'' Changed My Life Autumn 2005 Autobiographical article by JoeLouis Mattox. He met Harry Truman when 16 years old while working at the Caruthersville, Missouri cafe called "The Top Hat". Truman encouraged him to go to Lincoln University...

3. Jackson County's Little Blue River Valley: Balancing Development and Preservation of an Historic Rural Jackson County's Little Blue River Valley: Balancing Development and Preservation of an Historic Rural Landscape Autumn 2005 What is referred to as the Little Blue Valley is the drainage basin for the Little Blue River and covers a third of Jackson County, Missouri. The article gives the history of this area including its significance...

4. The Rise and Fall of Lewis Jones' Nebraska Hotel on Independence Square The Rise and Fall of Lewis Jones' Nebraska Hotel on Independence Square Autumn 2005 This article examines the history of the hotels built on one Independence Old Town lot on Independence Square, and the two proprietors responsible for their construction, Joseph Roy and Lewis Jones. The...

5. Two Recent Finds Surface About Jackson County's 1859 Jail Two Recent Finds Surface About Jackson County's 1859 Jail Autumn 2005 Article quotes an article found in the July 20, 1906 issue of the Jackson Examiner. It tells of the construction of the 1859 Jail. John Cassell, a stonemason, recalls the jail construction in this article....