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M E Ballou (6)

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Book (6)

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1. Jackson County, Missouri: Its Opportunities and Resources Jackson County, Missouri: Its Opportunities and Resources 1926 Description, history, and photos of Independence, including photos of churches, schools, and other buildings, with description of recent and growing businesses and waterworks system.

2. Jackson County, Missouri: Its Opportunities and Resources Jackson County, Missouri: Its Opportunities and Resources 1926 Photos and description of the northeast Jackson County town of Sibley, established around the 1808 settlement of Fort Osage, giving the town's history, including its oldest homes built around 1820, railroads,...

3. Jackson County, Missouri: Its Opportunities and Resources Jackson County, Missouri: Its Opportunities and Resources 1926 Photos and description of the Jackson County town of Sugar Creek, established between Independence and Kansas City as an industrial district built around an oil refinery at the turn of the 20th century,...

4. Jackson County, Missouri: Its Opportunities and Resources Jackson County, Missouri: Its Opportunities and Resources 1926 General description of the Jackson County town of Oak Grove, Missouri, population 1,100, thirty miles from Kansas City, with photos of its main street, schools, churches, and residences.

5. Jackson County, Missouri: Its Opportunities and Resources Jackson County, Missouri: Its Opportunities and Resources 1926 Section of the book about Lee's Summit, Missouri, with a population of 2,000 in 1926, and its business organizations, churches, residences, and schools, with sample photos of each.

6. Jackson County, Missouri: Its Opportunities and Resources Jackson County, Missouri: Its Opportunities and Resources 1926 Section of the book on the Jackson County town of Raytown, population 450 but "growing rapidly," with photos and descriptions of businesses, churches, schools, transportation facilities, and the town in...