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1. Early Schools of Jackson County Early Schools of Jackson County December 1922 History of Highland Academy from the point of view of one of its students, Stephen Ragan, describing the ambitions of the school and problems in keeping adequate teachers. Also a footnote about his first...

2. Early Schools of Jackson County Early Schools of Jackson County December 1922 Footnote about the Six Mile Prairie school in rural Jackson County in the 1800s.

3. Early Schools of Jackson County Early Schools of Jackson County December 1922 Account of the methods of education in the early schools in Kansas City and Jackson County, also listing many individual schools such as Chapel Hill Academy (page 170).

4. Early Schools of Jackson County Early Schools of Jackson County December 1922 Mention of Joseph Boone as head of the school near later 15th Street in the Town of Kansas.

5. Early Schools of Jackson County Early Schools of Jackson County December 1922 Mention of Henry Noland and his wife, Elizabeth Pitcher Noland, or Elizabeth Noland, as founders of the Rock Creek school at Englewood and Ezra Oldham, one of the first trustees of the school in Jackson...

6. Early Schools of Jackson County Early Schools of Jackson County December 1922 Mention of John Buchanan "as a teacher" at an early Jackson County school called the Gooseneck School.

7. Early Schools of Jackson County Early Schools of Jackson County December 1922 Mention of James Belt, Nathan Simpson, and William Winchester as fellow students of the author in a Latin class at an early Jackson County school.

8. Early Schools of Jackson County Early Schools of Jackson County December 1922 Two paragraphs about the "first" school in Westport and one of its teachers.

9. First School in Kansas City First School in Kansas City December 1922 Brief description of Colesville school, the "first school established within the present limits of Kansas City" and "founded by the Mormon Prophet, Joseph Smith, in 1832, in what is now Troost Park."

10. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One December 1922 Quotes and other recollections from Nellie McCoy Harris, or Nellie Harris, regarding early Jackson County schools, including the J. O. Buchanan School, the Parrish Farm School, the Cave Spring School,...

11. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One December 1922 Mention of the Chouteau family children and "several other children from the French settlement (on the river front)" including "the Jarboes" as students at the Catholic rectory school in 1836 Kansas City,...

12. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One December 1922 Mention of William Mulkey as a student of the Colesville School in early 1830s Kansas City, supervised by teacher Parley Pratt (also listed on the same page as Charley Pratt) and "founded by the Mormon...

13. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One December 1922 Short description of the J. O. Buchanan School at Missouri Avenue between Walnut and Grand Avenues in 1845-1846, near the residence of "Colonel and Mrs. Willam M. Chick, who lived at Second and Walnut...

14. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One December 1922 Mention of children "from the families of Isam and Levi Bradley" attending the Gooseneck school in 1830s Jackson County, Missouri.

15. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One December 1922 One paragraph about Lott Coffman, "a versatile person in a pioneer community, serving its needs as teacher, councilman, surveyor, lawyer and justice of the peace" in the Town of Kansas.

16. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One December 1, 1922 Short descriptions and mentionings of William Bales, "probably Kansas City's oldest native resident," his father Walter Bales, and his wife "Hattie Evans (Mrs. William Bales)," noting that the original...

17. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One December 1922 Description of Miss Artemisia Knight, the first teacher at the Knight school "in a log-house at the corner of what is now [3rd Street] and Baltimore" Avenues, with students such as Mrs. Amanda Jackson...