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1. A Win-Win for Prairie-Chickens and Ranchers A Win-Win for Prairie-Chickens and Ranchers August 2010 Missouri native grasslands, before European settlement, covered nearly half of the state and provided a home for hundreds of thousands of prairie-chickens. By 2010, only about 500 birds are scattered in...

2. Advertising Card Scrapbook Page 12 with Unrelated Cards Advertising Card Scrapbook Page 12 with Unrelated Cards ca. 1880-1900 Scrapbook page containing nine advertising cards arranged in two columns showing the following:
1. Three women at a table looking on as a man reads to them.
2. A man on a horse roping a bull. Card...

3. F. Weber's Sons F. Weber's Sons ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for F. Weber's Sons showing a child playing a stringed instrument while riding a chick not completely hatched from its egg. Back of card says: “F. Weber's Sons, Manufacturers of and...

4. J. W. Jenkins' Sons Music Co. J. W. Jenkins' Sons Music Co. ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for J. W. Jenkins' Sons showing two chicks hatching from eggs. Image has a "lace" border. Back of card says: "Take this Home to the Children. Come to Us for all Your Musical Wants. Pianos,...

5. Martin, Snyder & Co. Martin, Snyder & Co. ca. 1890-1896 Advertising card for Martin, Snyder & Co. showing a child blowing a horn riding a chick with only its head, tail, and feet broken out of its shell. Front of card says: "Wholesale & Retail Representatives,...

6. Prairie Chickens Prairie Chickens

7. Prairie Chickens Prairie Chickens 1978 Description of prairie chickens and their raising in captivity in Moran, Kansas, by Buford Welch, "the Prairie Chicken Man," with photos.