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1. Archibald Rice Plantation Campground, 8 miles From Independence On the Santa Fe, California, Oregon Pioneer Archibald Rice Plantation Campground, 8 miles From Independence On the Santa Fe, California, Oregon Pioneer Trails In the Spring of 1849 1995 This paper has numerous excerpts from diaries of those who were preparing to be on the trails west and that mention the area of the Archibald Rice place.

2. Elihu Coffee Rice Residence Elihu Coffee Rice Residence Information about the slave cabin of Elihu Coffee Rice, or Elihu Rice, on Blue Ridge Boulevard, built in the early 19th century and known as Aunt Sophie's Cabin. Also information on the Rice-Tremonti Home,...

3. Honoring a Historic Woman Honoring a Historic Woman November 30, 2004 The slave cabin called Aunt Sophie's Kitchen is to be rededicated Saturday, December 4, 2004. Part of the Rice-Tremonti Home, the cabin was home to the slave called Aunt Sophie. It's at Blue Ridge Boulevard...

4. 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.

5. 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.