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Rice-tremonti Home (4)
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Summer 1991 (1)
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David Jackson (1)
Nancy Calles Ellerman (1)

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1. New Life for Historic Aunt Sophie's Slave Cabin New Life for Historic Aunt Sophie's Slave Cabin October, 2004 Brief article describing the completed restoration of "Aunt Sophie's" cabin at the Rice-Tremonti Home in Raytown, Missouri. The cabin was once slave quarters for a woman named "Sophie" who worked for the...

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. Rice-Tremonti Home Certified Rice-Tremonti Home Certified Summer//1999 Article about the certification of the Rice-Tremonti home's location on both the Santa Fe and California Trails by the National Park Service, having been built in the 1840s.

4. Rice-Tremonti Home: Rice Frontier Days Rice-Tremonti Home: Rice Frontier Days Summer 1991 Description of the festivities surrounding the Rice-Tremonti Home, built in 1844 and called "Raytown's most historic site," as "a popular camping site on the Santa Fe Trail," with illustration.