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1. Ask the Marshall Ask the Marshall October, 2005 Question and answer column including a statistical summary of casualties incurred during the ''Indian Wars'' in the western United States. The author writes that in 1,240 post-Civil War engagements, 2,125...

2. Boom on the Missouri Boom on the Missouri October/13/1946 Article with large photos, map, and captions about the proposed "broad plan for control and development--an MVA like the TVA" of the Missouri River valley, with dams to be built by the United States Army...

3. Fort Riley's Black Soldiers and the Army's Changing Role in the West, 1867-1885 Fort Riley's Black Soldiers and the Army's Changing Role in the West, 1867-1885 Autumn//1999 History of the black regiments at Fort Riley following the Civil War and their involvements in military activities with the Western frontier, Indian lands, etc.

4. From One Dam, More Power and Water for a Sixth of U. S. From One Dam, More Power and Water for a Sixth of U. S. August/8/1958 Article about the hydroelectric power and reservoir water gained by the new Oahe Dam on the Missouri River in South Dakota, providing both flood control and irrigation water for farmers, built by the United...

5. Lewis and Clark: Frontier Officers, United States Army, and the Court-martial at Kaw's Point Lewis and Clark: Frontier Officers, United States Army, and the Court-martial at Kaw's Point Winter 2002 Article gives a general history of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, and details the events that took place during the group's stay at ''Kaw's Point'' (the mouth of the Kansas River at the Missouri River)...

6. Missouri Waltzes to New Bed Missouri Waltzes to New Bed July/12/1952 Illustrated map and article about the shifting of the Missouri River (partly from flooding and partly engineered by the United States Army Corps of Engineers) between Saint Joseph, Missouri (about 50 miles...

7. Missouri: St. Joe Blues Missouri: St. Joe Blues May/19/1952 Illustrated map and article about the shifting of the Missouri River (partly from flooding and partly engineered by the United States Army Corps of Engineers) between Saint Joseph, Missouri (about 50 miles...

8. The "American R.E.s": Kansas City's Railway Engineers in the Great War The "American R.E.s": Kansas City's Railway Engineers in the Great War Spring//2002 The story of a company of railway engineers from Company D, Twelfth Engineers (Light Railway) who were recruited in Kansas City.

9. The Bever Trail The Bever Trail Spring 2004 Fort Sill in Oklahoma was the site of the first military execution of a United States Army man in Oklahoma in World War II. His name was Harry Ralph Bever who was a gangster born in Millgrove, Missouri....

10. The United States Army in the Kansas Border Troubles, 1855-1856 The United States Army in the Kansas Border Troubles, 1855-1856 Winter, 1966 In the first paragraph of the article, the author poses these questions: "To what extent was the army used as a peace-maintaining force and to what degree was it truly neutral? If the army was relatively...

11. Where's Waldo? Where's Waldo? February 2008 David Waldo, early entrepreneur who made his fortune from "trading with Mexico, shipping freight for the United States Army to their forts in the southwest, and carrying the mail," also owned a branch...