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1. Jackson County's Poor Farm Transformed Into a Rich Healthcare Center Jackson County's Poor Farm Transformed Into a Rich Healthcare Center Spring 2004 The author states the focus of this article is to show Jackson County's commitment to caring for its poor over the last 150 years. The history of the poor farm is presented with a map illustration and...

2. Rediscovery of the Rice Family Plantation Cemetery in Raytown Rediscovery of the Rice Family Plantation Cemetery in Raytown Spring 2005 Grave markers have been discovered by a family dog in the yard of the Morgan family in Raytown. The tombstone of Sallie Rice, wife of early Jackson County figure Archibald Rice, was unearthed and is pictured...

3. Snapping Up Images and History of Kansas City Photographers: Developing a Sketch of David Presly 'D.P.' Snapping Up Images and History of Kansas City Photographers: Developing a Sketch of David Presly 'D.P.' Thomson (1849-1933) Spring 2006 James A. Tharp has collected examples of photographs by local Kansas City photographers. Along with the photographs he has done research in city directories and compiled City Directory Classified Entries...

4. Unlocking the Shackled Past of Jackson County's Jail in Independence Unlocking the Shackled Past of Jackson County's Jail in Independence Autumn 2004 The Jackson County Historical Society is celebrating its 45th anniversary of ownership and operation of the 1859 Jail in Independence, Missouri. This article is the second of two installments concerning...