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1. American Indian Flags and the L&C Bicentennial American Indian Flags and the L&C Bicentennial May 2008 When Lewis and Clark made their expedition through the western lands of the United States, the hundred tribal nations recorded by Lewis and Clark did not have tribal flags. Today, however, and in part...

2. Confederate Flag Removed At Missouri Civil War Sites Confederate Flag Removed At Missouri Civil War Sites Summer 2003 The Confederate flag was taken down at two Missouri sites, the Confederate Memorial Historic Site at Higginsville and the Fort Davidson Historic Site at Pilot Knob. This was done after U.S. Representative...

3. First Step Taken toward Centennial Building Program First Step Taken toward Centennial Building Program December/15/1949 Photos and article about the unveiling of Kansas City's "first centennial flag at ground-breaking in Swope Park for the Starlight Theater."

4. Flags or Pigeons: Source Problems in the Literature of Custer's Last Stand Flags or Pigeons: Source Problems in the Literature of Custer's Last Stand March//1961 Article about the varying reliability of sources recording the events at the Battle of Little Big Horn, or Custer's Last Stand against "the hostile Sioux, Cheyennes, and Arapahoe" Indians in the late 1800s....

5. Missouri's Betsy Ross? Missouri's Betsy Ross? June-July//2000 Short article with photo describing how Harriet Snider entered a contest in 1947 in Saint Joseph to design a new American flag when it was thought that Hawaii would enter the United States soon. Later...

6. Missouri's Black History: From Colonial Times to 1970 Missouri's Black History: From Colonial Times to 1970 Summer//1983 Description of black Saint Louis slave Dred Scott (subject of a famous antebellum slavery trial) and emancipation from slavery from an article about the history of black people in Missouri.

7. Neon In a Box Travels Well, Like Lunch, Fish, Flags Neon In a Box Travels Well, Like Lunch, Fish, Flags February 1, 1999 Review of group sculpture show at the Downtown Neon Gallery.

8. No Problem: Old Glory's Popularity Means New Problem No Problem: Old Glory's Popularity Means New Problem December 2001 Photo (of owner Greg Wald) and article about the All Nations Flag Company at 114 West 5th Street in Kansas City. "Founded in 1924 by T. George Wald" and experiencing growing pains with very high recent...

9. Reading the Past: The Admiral Reading the Past: The Admiral Summer//2000 Photos and article about the Steamboat "Admiral" built in 1907 as a Mississippi River ferry and renovated in Art Deco style in 1937 for its first trip down the river in 1940 from Saint Louis. Reincarnated...

10. Stars & Stripes Forever: Saving the Battle Flags of Kansas Stars & Stripes Forever: Saving the Battle Flags of Kansas Autumn//1998 Article about the preservation of Kansas military flags, especially from the Civil War.

11. The Flag That Flew over the Corps of Discovery at Kaw Point The Flag That Flew over the Corps of Discovery at Kaw Point 2003 Article debates the design of the flag (or pendant) that flew from the bow of the keelboat of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. The author also examines the use of pirogues and dugout canoes on the journey....

12. The Guerrillas in Missouri; Movements of Thornton; Capture of Parkville and Platte City: Vigorous Measures The Guerrillas in Missouri; Movements of Thornton; Capture of Parkville and Platte City: Vigorous Measures Adopted by General Curtis; Particulars of the Pursuit of the Guerrillas Jan., Feb., March, Apr.2002 This article was reprinted from the original that appeared in the New York Times, Thursday, July28, 1864. The author, known simply as “our correspondent,” writes about the capture of Parkville, Missouri...

13. The Missouri State Flag The Missouri State Flag October//1957 Article about the origin of the Missouri State Flag, with a photo of the original.