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1935 (12)

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1. Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas 1935 Mention and biographical sketch of "James Findley[Findlay] of Westport," a clerk at the Delaware Crossing of the Kansas River at Wyandotte, Kansas, in 1858 and "an Indian Trader" with the Delaware and...

2. Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas 1935 Sections of the book about the removal of the Shawnee Indians from Missouri and their missions in Kansas, including the Shawnee Baptist Mission, just south of the Kansas River, in the 1800s, later becoming...

3. Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas 1935 Short description of the early history of the Kansa, or Kaw, Indians in Wyandotte County, Kansas in the early 1800s.

4. Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas 1935 Excerpts from the journals of the Lewis and Clark expedition about their encampments at the present site of Wyandotte County, Kansas, at the mouth of the Kansas River.

5. Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas 1935 Description of the town of Secondine, Kansas established about 1854 as the village of Delaware, Kansas (in Wyandotte County) near the Delaware Indian reservation and the Grinter Ferry crossing the Kansas...

6. Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas 1935 Mention of Golden Silvers as "one of the earliest white settlers of Jackson county, Missouri" and an observer of trading posts of the Chouteau family near the Kansas River mouth in the 1820s-1830s.

7. Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas 1935 Short history and anecdote with freight rates of the "Caleece" ferry at the mouth of the Kansas River in 1825-1830, established by Richard Linville and from 1826-1830 operated by "French trapper and voyaguer...

8. Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas 1935 Description of Grinter's ferry across the Kansas River used for Fort Leavenworth, established in 1831 by the family of Moses Grinter, the "first permanent white settler" in Wyandotte County, Kansas, with...

9. Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas 1935 History of the "Wyandot [sic] National Ferry," established across the Kansas River in 1843 and running until 1855, as the "first public utility in Kansas," with illustration.

10. Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas 1935 Historical review of the ferries of the Kansas River from the first in 1825-1826 to the last in 1887.

11. Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas 1935 Conflict between ferry service and new Kansas River, or Kaw River, bridge in 1866.

12. Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas 1935 Missouri Pacific Bridge across the Kansas River the only of 17 such bridges left standing in 1903 flood.