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1. Founders of Methodism in This Community Founders of Methodism in This Community December 1923 Description of the organization of the first Kansas City Methodist Society before construction of its church at 5th and Wyandotte Streets in 1852. Also footnote about Reverend Nathan Scarritt (1821-1890),...

2. Founders of Methodism in This Community Founders of Methodism in This Community December 1923 Mention of Captain R. H. Cannon as a member of one of the first Methodist Churches in Kansas City on 5th Street.

3. Founders of Methodism in This Community Founders of Methodism in This Community December 1923 Mention of Martha Carey and George Youngclaus as members of the first Methodist Churches in Kansas City on 5th Street.

4. Founders of Methodism in This Community Founders of Methodism in This Community December 1923 Description of religious "camp-meetings," or revivals, in the Kansas City area in the 1830s-1850s, in such places as "on a farm that is now part of Swope Park."

5. Kansas City's First Church Kansas City's First Church December 1923

6. Kansas City's First Church Kansas City's First Church December 1923 Mention of Reverend William Dalton, "a resident of Kansas City since 1872" and author of a biography of Father Bernard Donnelly.

7. Methodism in Early Kansas City Methodism in Early Kansas City December 1923 Description of the home of James Porter built in 1832 at the later intersection of 27th and Tracy Streets. Services held at locations outside the Methodist Church until built in 1860.

8. Methodism in Early Kansas City Methodism in Early Kansas City December 1923 Erection of the church "known as the Fifth St. Methodist Church" in 1852, "the first Protestant Church in Kansas City, and when not used by the Methodists was open to ministers of other denominations."...