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1. Ferries in Kansas: Part 1--Missouri River Ferries in Kansas: Part 1--Missouri River February 1933 First in a series of articles about ferries in Kansas, describing the history of those on the Missouri River.

2. Ferries in Kansas: Part II--Kansas River Ferries in Kansas: Part II--Kansas River August//1933 Second in a series of articles about ferries in Kansas, describing the history of those on the Kansas River.

3. Ferries in Kansas: Part II--Kansas River--Concluded Ferries in Kansas: Part II--Kansas River--Concluded February//1934 Conclusion of the second in a series of articles about ferries in Kansas, describing the history of those on the Kansas River.

4. Ferries in Kansas: Part II--Kansas River--Continued Ferries in Kansas: Part II--Kansas River--Continued November//1933 Continuation of the second in a series of articles about ferries in Kansas, describing the history of those on the Kansas River.

5. Kansa Village Locations in the Light of McCoy's 1828 Journal Kansa Village Locations in the Light of McCoy's 1828 Journal Summer//1960 Map and article about the new use by archaeologists (including Smithsonian Institution curator Waldo Wedel) of the 1828 journal of Reverend Isaac McCoy's exploration of Kansa or Kansas Indian villages...

6. The Great Flood of 1844 along the Kansas and Marais des Cygnes Rivers The Great Flood of 1844 along the Kansas and Marais des Cygnes Rivers May//1952 Article about the flood of 1844 along the Kansas River and the Marais des Cygnes River in Kansas, with comparisons of its magnitude to later disastrous floods of the area.