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1. "If the Union Wins, We Won't Have Anything Left": The Rise and Fall of the Southern Cherokees of Kansas "If the Union Wins, We Won't Have Anything Left": The Rise and Fall of the Southern Cherokees of Kansas Autumn 2007 Maps, photos, and article about the Cherokees of Kansas and their settlement of the Cherokee Neutral Lands and Chetopa, Kansas, area. Includes a table "Heads of Cherokee Families Identified as Living on...

2. ''Shot All To Pieces'': The Battle of Lone Jack, Missouri, August 16, 1862 ''Shot All To Pieces'': The Battle of Lone Jack, Missouri, August 16, 1862 January 1, 2004 An extensive article that recounts the Civil War Battle of Lonejack and includes photographs and maps as well as footnotes. Also includes an inset on Cole Younger and on the death of Captain Long.

3. ''Whipped and Routed'' Blunt Strikes Marmaduke At Cane Hill ''Whipped and Routed'' Blunt Strikes Marmaduke At Cane Hill October 1, 2004 This article details information concerning the encounters between the Union Army and the Confederates in the area of northern Arkansas and southern Missouri and in particular the Battle of Cane Hill which...

4. A Geographical History of the Santa Fe Trail A Geographical History of the Santa Fe Trail Summer 2011 An essay detailing the Santa Fe Trail that spanned from Santa Fe, New Mexico on the western end and the various accounts of where it may have ended on the eastern end, oftentimes being noted as Independence,...

5. A Look at Some of the Work of J. Mett Shippee: Digging for the Relics and History of Clay County's Early A Look at Some of the Work of J. Mett Shippee: Digging for the Relics and History of Clay County's Early Indians February//1981 File containing a biographical article with maps, illustrations, and information about J. Mett Shippee, an archaeology book author and "research associate for the Department of Anthropology at the University...

6. A Portfolio of New Deal Reconstruction A Portfolio of New Deal Reconstruction November//1936 Photos, maps, and description of the river control and navigation improvements on the Missouri River part of the federal government's New Deal. Description of the "six-foot channel between St. Louis and...

7. A Preliminary Survey of Missouri Archaeology, Part IV: Ancient Cultures and Sequence A Preliminary Survey of Missouri Archaeology, Part IV: Ancient Cultures and Sequence December//1948 Fourth article in a series about the sequence of ancient people and animal remains found in Missouri, including the "first instance of man-made objects found with extinct animal remains. ..in 1838," with...

8. About the West: Kansas Abolitionists Fight Confederates in Missouri About the West: Kansas Abolitionists Fight Confederates in Missouri Summer//2001 Photos, illustrations, map, and biographical article about Jared Barnes (1834-1916), "an avowed Free-Stater" moving from his native New York to Kansas Territory in 1857 and serving as a Union officer in...

9. Air Ports: Kansas City International Air Ports: Kansas City International May 1972 Photos, maps, architectural drawings, and description of the Kansas City International Airport designed by the firm of Kivett & Myers (and engineered by Burns & McDonnell with landscaping by Sasaki, Walker...

10. Along the Santa Fe Trail Along the Santa Fe Trail March//1991 File contains a comprehensive article on the history of the Santa Fe Trail (corresponding largely to the history of Kansas City), starting in 1821 with Mexico's independence from Spain and continuing until...

11. An American Beauty An American Beauty September//1991 Article with color photos, maps, and description of the park system, featuring "The Paseo," which "received its name from the Paseo de la Rreforma, a famous boulevard in Mexico City."

12. An Outline of the City Government of Kansas City with Additional Civic Information An Outline of the City Government of Kansas City with Additional Civic Information September/7/1929 Description of the function of each major position and department in the city government with flow chart and maps.

13. An Outline of the City Government of Kansas City with Additional Civic Information An Outline of the City Government of Kansas City with Additional Civic Information September/12/1931 Description of the function of each major city position and department with flow chart and maps.

14. An Outline of the City Government of Kansas City with Additional Civic Information An Outline of the City Government of Kansas City with Additional Civic Information January/26/1935 Description of the function of each major city position and department with flow chart and maps.

15. Birds of the Kansas City Region Birds of the Kansas City Region February/27/1919 Extracts from the diary of Otto Widmann, with bibliography and maps, not available at this library.

16. Blazing a Trail to Oregon: Jumping-Off at St. Joe Blazing a Trail to Oregon: Jumping-Off at St. Joe Autumn//1991 Article about the travels of Cornelius "Neal" Gilliam and his parties on the section of the Oregon Trail from Saint Joseph, Missouri, to central Kansas in the 1840s, with illustrations and maps.

17. Blue Jewels of the Ozarks Blue Jewels of the Ozarks August-September//2000 Article about the natural water springs of Missouri, highlighting the largest and most interesting of the state's total of "3,515 springs, according to Jim Vandike, chief hydrologist for the Division of...

18. Blunt's Raid: The Army of the Frontier Seizes Van Buren, Arkansas Blunt's Raid: The Army of the Frontier Seizes Van Buren, Arkansas September 1, 2005 Brigadier General James G. Blunt was "a hard-driving and hard-drinking amateur soldier from Kansas" who found himself in the position in December, 1862, to take Van Buren, Arkansas, a port on the north...

19. Bourgmont's Route to Central Kansas: A Reexamination Bourgmont's Route to Central Kansas: A Reexamination Summer//1979 Comprehensive article about Etienne Veniard de Bourgmont, leader of the French expeditions of the territories in Missouri and Kansas, including one in 1724 "to central Kansas to make peace with the Indians...

20. Bright Vignettes of a Lost World: Newly Discovered Journals of a Brave Jesuit Priest Show How Indians Bright Vignettes of a Lost World: Newly Discovered Journals of a Brave Jesuit Priest Show How Indians Lived in the Northern Rockies in the 1840s December/1/1967 Illustrations (copies of Point's paintings and map) and biographical article about the western travels of Father Nicolas Point (1799-1860), "a zealous and cultured French Jesuit" traveling through Kansas...