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141. Students Collect One Million Pennies for Banneker School Restoration Students Collect One Million Pennies for Banneker School Restoration August-December//2001 Photo and article about the restoration of the Benjamin Banneker School (listed on the National Register of Historic Places), "the first Parkville school for blank [sic] children" built in 1885 and restored...

142. Studies of the Great West, Part VIII--St. Louis and Kansas City Studies of the Great West, Part VIII--St. Louis and Kansas City October//1888 Section of the article about the general and many specific aspects of the Kansas City area. Description of its locational and transportational advantages and facilities, population and topography, main...

143. Take No Prisoners Take No Prisoners January/February, 2004 Article examines the Sand Creek Massacre, an altercation between the Colorado militia and several bands of Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indians on November 29, 1864. Nearly two hundred Native Americans were killed...

144. The Black Church: Building God's New People The Black Church: Building God's New People May-June//1982 Photo and description of Reverend Nelson Thompson, or Fuzzy Thompson, "minister of King Memorial United Methodist Church and Executive Director of Martin Luther King Urban Center, Inc." in Kansas City....

145. The Boone Family The Boone Family Spring//1997 Brief biographies of Daniel Boone, his wife Rebecca Bryan Boone, and their eleven children, with illustrations.

146. The Children Get a Chance The Children Get a Chance June//1946 Article about Kansas City experiments in organizing its neighborhoods, bolstering of family life, and curbing of juvenile delinquency, through the Community Service Division of the Welfare Department.

147. The Children's Bureau of Kansas City The Children's Bureau of Kansas City September//1924 Article about the Children's Bureau of Kansas City, an organization performing functions for young children's health including education, yearly censuses, annual physical exams, records, etc.

148. The Development of County Public Welfare Work in Missouri The Development of County Public Welfare Work in Missouri January//1923 Article about the origins and development of county-level public welfare organizations in Missouri and other states (including Kansas and North Carolina), all starting with the creation in 1908 of the...

149. The First Kansas-Born Children The First Kansas-Born Children June/1/1962 Article listing and describing the first children born in Kansas Territory starting with Napoleon Boone and Lewis Dougherty in 1828 and Susanna Dillon in 1830, et al.

150. The KCPL 100 Years Young Contest The KCPL 100 Years Young Contest April 1974 Description of the festivities in the children's library for the library's centennial celebration.

151. The Laclede-Chouteau Puzzle: John Francis McDermott Supplies Some Missing Pieces The Laclede-Chouteau Puzzle: John Francis McDermott Supplies Some Missing Pieces Fall//1983 Article about the difficult genealogy of the Laclede and Chouteau family descendants of Pierre de Laclede Liguest, or Pierre Laclede, and Marie Therese Bourgeois Chouteau, or Marie Chouteau, of 18th century...

152. The Legacy of C.B. Irwin and The Y-6 Ranch The Legacy of C.B. Irwin and The Y-6 Ranch May 2011 Pictures and article about the 25,000 acres of the Y-6 Ranch built by Charles Burton Irwin. C.B., as he was called, was born in Missouri, the son of a blacksmith. Later, C.B. and his wife Etta, went to...

153. The Methodist Shawnee Mission in Johnson County, Kansas, 1830-1862 The Methodist Shawnee Mission in Johnson County, Kansas, 1830-1862 January//1956 Mention of Robert Campbell and John Fremont in a list of "other historic names of the West in the incorporation of the Missouri and California Mail and Transportation Company, an ambitious project that...

154. The Niles Home for Children: 100 Years of Caring and Sharing The Niles Home for Children: 100 Years of Caring and Sharing Summer//1982 History of the community center for black children at 1911 East 23rd Street, founded in 1883 by Samuel Eason.

155. The Northeast Incident The Northeast Incident September//1980 Story of gang wars involving Vietnamese children, among children of other ethnic groups, in the neighborhood of Garrison Park near 5th and Gillis Streets, in the Northeast residential district.

156. The Pleasures of Female Society at Cantonment Leavenworth The Pleasures of Female Society at Cantonment Leavenworth Spring//1985 Discussion of the presence of women at Fort Leavenworth in its early years. Includes women and families connected with Joseph Hertzog, John Dougherty, and Philip St. George Cooke. Also included are illustrations...

157. The Slightly Changing Face of Mission Hills The Slightly Changing Face of Mission Hills Winter 2011 Article detailing the 2010 Census report figures that show "Mission Hills is increasingly female, a little older and a bit more diverse." The data shows fewer children and more people over the age of 62...

158. The Stars of Yesteryear The Stars of Yesteryear July//1985 Photo and biographical description of Ken Motley, the 63-year-old (in 1985) former host of the "Cousin Ken's Karnival" local children's television show from 1956 to the mid-1960s on KCMO-TV. Host on the...

159. The Stars of Yesteryear The Stars of Yesteryear July//1985 Photo and biographical article about Frank Wiziarde, a 68-year-old television clown in Topeka, Kansas and formerly in Kansas City as Whizzo the Clown. Former host of the children's television show "Whizzo's...

160. The Stars of Yesteryear: Romper Room's Miss Virginia The Stars of Yesteryear: Romper Room's Miss Virginia July//1985 Biographical information about Virginia Hassenflu, the host of the local "Romper Room" children's educational television show from 1954 to 1964, with photo.