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121. Think East: Think Blue Springs Think East: Think Blue Springs October 1, 2006 Special section highlighting the history and growth of the Kansas City eastern community of Blue Springs. Maps and plans of the new Chapman "community within a community" development south of Blue Springs....

122. Thirsting for War, Hungering for Peace: Drought, Bison Migrations, and Native Peoples on the Southern Thirsting for War, Hungering for Peace: Drought, Bison Migrations, and Native Peoples on the Southern Plains, 1845-1859 Summer 2002 A number of maps and graphs help to demonstrate the dynamics between the Indian tribes on the southern Great Plains and the drought which caused buffalo migrations to change areas in the middle of the...

123. This Magnificent New World: Thomas Hart Benton's Westward Vision Reconsidered This Magnificent New World: Thomas Hart Benton's Westward Vision Reconsidered April//1996 Comprehensive article focusing on the newspaper career of Thomas Hart Benton, later known as a senator from Missouri from 1820 to 1851, with portraits, illustrations and maps of early Missouri, including...

124. Total War on the Missouri Border Total War on the Missouri Border July//1996 Explanation of the guerrilla border warfare that took place in Missouri and Kansas both before and during the Civil War. Author explains the situation in these states that precipitated the unique conflict...

125. Trader William Gilliss [sic] and Delaware Migration in Southern Missouri Trader William Gilliss [sic] and Delaware Migration in Southern Missouri January//1981 Article about the mirgration of Delaware Indians across the Ozarks of southern Missouri to Kansas and William Gillis's connection to them starting as early as the late 1810s in western Illinois and the...

126. Trading Posts of the Central Plains Trading Posts of the Central Plains Fall/Winter 2007 Compiled list of the locations, ownership. and periods of occupation of trading posts of the Central Plains during the era of the fur trade. The list is presented in a mix of chronological and geographical...

127. Turkey Creek Sewer One of the Largest Yet Built Turkey Creek Sewer One of the Largest Yet Built November/17/1921 Article describing the new Turkey Creek sewer, its immense size, and its role in flood prevention, with maps and engineering drawings.

128. Twentieth Annual Report of the Public Library, Kansas City, Mo. Twentieth Annual Report of the Public Library, Kansas City, Mo. January//1902 Mention of a donation to the library of a map of Kansas City from 1860 by William Gilpin, presumably his "Centropolis" map.

129. Twentieth Annual Report of the Public Library, Kansas City, Mo.: Gifts and Loans Twentieth Annual Report of the Public Library, Kansas City, Mo.: Gifts and Loans January//1902 Mention of the loan to the Kansas City Public Library of an "[o]il painting by George C. Bingham[, l]oaned by T. W. Nelson," and of the "[m]ap of Kansas City, Mo., published in 1860, by W[illiam] Gilpin,...

130. Two Cities, New and Old, Show the Way to Urban Amenity Two Cities, New and Old, Show the Way to Urban Amenity July//1975 Photos, maps, and article comparing urban renewal projects in Kansas City, Missouri and Savannah, Georgia, featuring the new Midtown multiple-use Crown Center headquarters of Hallmark Cards.

131. Veuve Chouteau, a 250th Anniversary Veuve Chouteau, a 250th Anniversary Spring//1983 Biographical article about Marie Therese Bourgeois Chouteau (1733-1814), "the first white woman" of the community of Saint Louis and the mother of Auguste Chouteau in 1750, with illustrations, maps, photos,...

132. Water of the Most Excellent Kind: Historic Springs in Kansas Water of the Most Excellent Kind: Historic Springs in Kansas Autumn//2000 Photos and article about natural groundwater springs of historical significance on the Oregon Trail and Santa Fe Trails in Kansas (the nearest to Kansas City on the map being Willow Springs, Big Springs,...

133. Westport Historical Society: Society Sets Walking Tour Westport Historical Society: Society Sets Walking Tour May//1976 Description and maps of the walking tours of historic Westport sites, sponsored by the Westport Historical Society. Maps include labeled historic site locations and neighborhood boundaries.

134. Westport, Missouri (1835-1897) and the Westport Cemetery Westport, Missouri (1835-1897) and the Westport Cemetery Fall//1990 Annotated list of interments and maps of the former Westport Cemetery.

135. Westport, Missouri (1835-1897) and the Westport Cemetery Westport, Missouri (1835-1897) and the Westport Cemetery Fall, 1990 Article about the origins of Westport, Missouri, in 1834, involving Major John Campbell, an Indian agent at the Shawnee Indian Mission, and John McCoy, ususally referred to as the town's founder. Also...

136. Whatever Happened to Fitzhugh's Mill? Rendezvous Point for the Great Migration of 1843 Whatever Happened to Fitzhugh's Mill? Rendezvous Point for the Great Migration of 1843 Winter//1991 History of Watts Mill (established as Fitzhugh's Mill), describing its part in westward migration, with maps showing its place in Kansas City landmarks and trails.

137. When Kansas City, Mo. Came Close to Being a City in Kansas When Kansas City, Mo. Came Close to Being a City in Kansas Winter//1978 Map of a proposal in 1879 to annex Kansas City, Missouri to Kansas. Shows Harlem, Missouri.

138. William Clark's Diary, May, 1826-February, 1831 William Clark's Diary, May, 1826-February, 1831 February, May, August, November//1948 Four-part series that features the diary of William Clark from May, 1826 to February, 1831, when he was Superintendent of Indian Affairs at St. Louis. It includes reproductions of the diary's original...

139. William Gilpin and the Destruction of the Desert Myth William Gilpin and the Destruction of the Desert Myth Spring//1969 Biographical article about William Gilpin, "the West's most ardent promoter," Independence resident, and first territorial governor of Colorado, discussing his efforts to transform the perception of the...

140. You Pay Your Money and You Take Your Choice You Pay Your Money and You Take Your Choice 1970 Photos, illustrations, maps, and article about the transportation situation in Kansas City, involving the impending bankruptcy of the "Kansas City Are Transportation Authority" due to lack of use. Also...