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1. Annals of the City of Kansas: Embracing Full Details of the Trade and Commerce of the Great Western Annals of the City of Kansas: Embracing Full Details of the Trade and Commerce of the Great Western Plains //1858 Description of King's Addition, a parcel of land containing Broadway and Wyandotte Streets in Kansas City, owned by H. H. King upon his purchase of it from Chester Hubbard in 1855. Sold in earlier 1855...

2. Annals of the City of Kansas: Embracing Full Details of the Trade and Commerce of the Great Western Annals of the City of Kansas: Embracing Full Details of the Trade and Commerce of the Great Western Plains //1858 (second edition 1950) Description of the large section of Kansas City real estate owned by Dr. Johnston Lykins since the 1830s and called the Lykins Addition, covering "over one-half of the rock landing of our city" east from...

3. Campbell's Gazetteer of Missouri Campbell's Gazetteer of Missouri //1875 Biographical sketch of Dr. Johnston Lykins, a physician born in Virginia in 1800 and leaving for the West in 1829 as a Baptist missionary, arriving at the Shawnee Indian Mission on the Kansas side of Kansas...

4. Dr. Johnston Lykins Dr. Johnston Lykins 1968 (first edition 1950) Portrait and biographical sketch of Dr. Johnston Lykins (1800-1876), a physician, Baptist missionary, realtor, the first legal mayor of Kansas City (from 1853 to 1855), and native of Virginia. Description...

5. Dr. Johnston Lykins Dr. Johnston Lykins April 17, 1905 Biographical sketch of Dr. Johnston Lykins (1800-1876), the first legal mayor of Kansas City, first postmaster of Westport (out of the Shawnee Mission), and first editor and publisher of a newspaper entirely...

6. Dr. Johnston Lykins Square Dr. Johnston Lykins Square 1995 Description of the 4.95-acre park acquired in 1913, between 7th, Jackson, 8th, and Myrtle Streets, with photos and history.

7. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1928 Photo of Dr. Johnston Lykins, Kansas City's first legal mayor (and second otherwise) on page 511 and illustration of his house at 12th and Washington Streets on page 475, with a biographical sketch of...

8. George Caleb Bingham: A Catalogue Raisonne George Caleb Bingham: A Catalogue Raisonne 1967 Description of the portrait painting of Dr. Johnston Lykins (1800-1876) by artist George Caleb Bingham, or George Bingham (1811-1879), located in the collection of the Native Sons of Kansas City.

9. Hash! Stories of Old Westport Hash! Stories of Old Westport 1933 Chronological list of the postmasters of the Westport area from beginning to end as a distinct political unit, 1832 to 1899, starting with Johnston Lykins, then John C. McCoy, and then William M. Chick....

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 History of the Baptist Indian mission for the Delaware Indians near Edwardsville and Bonner Springs, Kansas, from its founding in 1832 (by Reverend Charles Wilson, Dr. Johnston Lykins, and Reverend Isaac...

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 Mentionings of Dr. Johnston Lykins "a son-in-law of [Isaac] McCoy," being appointed as a missionary to the Shawnee Baptist Mission in 1831 and erecting buildings there by 1832.

12. History of Baptist Indian Missions: Embracing Remarks on the Former and Present Condition of the Aboriginal History of Baptist Indian Missions: Embracing Remarks on the Former and Present Condition of the Aboriginal Tribes. .. 1840 Book about the experiences at Baptist Indian missions of Baptist missionary Isaac McCoy in Indian territories, including Kansas, from the 1810s to the 1830s, with many descriptions of the Indians (and...

13. History of Johnson County, Kansas History of Johnson County, Kansas //1915 Description of the Shawnee Baptist Mission, occupied by Dr. Johnston Lykins in 1831. Lykins served as minister, teacher, and physician to the Shawnee Indians on "a small tract of United States land on...

14. Isaac McCoy: Apostle of the Western Trail Isaac McCoy: Apostle of the Western Trail 2002 This reference contains the text of two letters of Delilah Lykins concerning her description of the 'Mormonites" in this area and of Joseph Smith their prophet.

15. Isaac McCoy: Apostle of the Western Trail Isaac McCoy: Apostle of the Western Trail 2002 Book about the life of Isaac McCoy, Baptist missionary to the Indians in area. Contains numerous references to Johnston Lykins, Christiana McCoy and others in the McCoy family, Jotham Meeker, and others....

16. John Campbell John Campbell 1840 Mentions "General John Campbell" as an Indian agent in 1831 for the Creek tribe and with his own home at the Baptist Shawnee Mission with Isaac McCoy and Dr. Johnston Lykins in Kansas.

17. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1808-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1808-1908 1908 Description of the first post office and postmasters in Westport, starting in 1832 with Dr. Johnston Lykins before the name being given as Westport, with the second postmaster being John C. McCoy.

18. Kansas City, Missouri: Pictorial and Biographical Kansas City, Missouri: Pictorial and Biographical 1908 Photo and bio of Peter Soden, a street, railroad, and building contractor in Kansas City. Born in Ireland in 1830 and moving to Liberty, Missouri in the early 1850s as a government arsenal worker before...

19. Kansas City: Rise of a Regional Metropolis Kansas City: Rise of a Regional Metropolis 2002 Explanation of the naming of these counties in Kansas: Johnson, Leavenworth, and Miami. Miami County was originally named Lykins County for Johnston Lykins.

20. Lykins Institute Lykins Institute May 12, 1905 In January 1878 Mrs. Mattie Lykins, widow of Dr. Johnston Lykins, was principal of the Lykins Institute, an orphan asylum at Kansas City.