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41. KCResources, page 109 KCResources, page 109

42. Letters of Allen T. Ward, 1842-1852: From the Shawnee and Kaw (Methodist) Missions Letters of Allen T. Ward, 1842-1852: From the Shawnee and Kaw (Methodist) Missions Autumn 1967 Biographical article about the letters from 1842 to 1851 of Allen T. Ward, or Allen Ward (1806-1862), with portraits of himself and family members and a picture of the east building of the Shawnee Methodist...

43. Lewis and Clark's French Passport: A Prequel to the Corps of Discovery Lewis and Clark's French Passport: A Prequel to the Corps of Discovery Autumn 2004 This article describes the unsuccessful attempt in the 1740s of the French family Verendrye in trying to find the western route to the Pacific Ocean. The similarities between the later Lewis and Clark...

44. Obscenity in Kansas Obscenity in Kansas Winter 2012 Article on the obscenity trial of Henry J. Haldeman. Haldeman’s father, Emauneul Haldeman-Julius, ran a successful mail order publishing company out of Girard, Kansas between 1919 and 1945, printing...

45. On the Ground Floor On the Ground Floor Autumn 2004 Article briefly describes the geologic history of the state of Kansas, including a physiographic map of the state depicting the geologic regions of each county.

46. One O'Clock Jump One O'Clock Jump June 28, 1905 Section of book describing the musical "battles" between Walter Page's Blue Devils and George E. Lee and his Novelty Singing Orchestra at Paseo Hall in the autumn of 1928 (on Halloween night and several...

47. Order No. 11: The Lawlessness of Martial Law Order No. 11: The Lawlessness of Martial Law Autumn 2003 Article focuses on Order No. 11 issued in this area during the Civil War. It gives information on why it was ordered, who was affected, as well as an explanation of conditions in the border area leading...

48. Parker's Mood Parker's Mood June 28, 1905 Chapter of biography describing the life of Charlie Parker in the period after his release from the Camarillo State Hospital (California) at the end of January 1947, to Autumn of 1948. The author writes...

49. Pioneer Settlers Find New Resting Place in Bryant Cemetery Pioneer Settlers Find New Resting Place in Bryant Cemetery Autumn 2002 Brief description of Bryant Cemetery in Cass County, west of Belton.

50. Price's Raid and the Battle of Mine Creek Price's Raid and the Battle of Mine Creek Autumn 1964 Three cavalry raids into Missouri were made by Confederate forces in 1863. The fourth raid was led by Sterling Price and was authorized on August 4, 1864. "Sterling Price was the ranking Missourian in...

51. Priests of Pallas: Kansas City's Forgotten Fall Festival Priests of Pallas: Kansas City's Forgotten Fall Festival Autumn 2003 Article about the Priests of Pallas event held in Kansas City starting in 1887 and finally ending for good in 1924. It was designed to draw people to the city and was held in the Fall. Gives the history...

52. Pursuit Of a Ruptured Duck: When Kansas Citians Went To War Pursuit Of a Ruptured Duck: When Kansas Citians Went To War Autumn 2002 Edward Matheny recently authored a book entitled "Pursuit of a Ruptured Duck: When Kansas Citians Went to War". The term "ruptured duck" refers to the lapel pin given to honorably discharged veterans....

53. Quantrill's Raid in Kansas Memory Quantrill’s Raid in Kansas Memory Autumn 2013 Article marking the 150th anniversary of William Quantrill’s raid on Lawrence, Kansas on August 21, 1863. Reprinted in the article are excerpts of correspondence from survivors of the raid including...

54. Remembering World War I Remembering World War I Autumn 2006 Special issue of Kansas History devoted to articles about World War I. Includes seven articles: "In Honor of Those Who Served: Introduction" by R. Eli Paul; "An 'All Kansas' Regiment: the 353d Infantry...

55. Samuel J. Kookogey in Bleeding Kansas Samuel J. Kookogey in Bleeding Kansas Autumn 2012 A historical profile on Samuel J. Kookogey, delegate to the proslavery government of territorial Kansas from Leavenworth County. Originally from Columbus, Georgia, Kookogey took part in a plan to overthrow...

56. SC93 Thomas J. Fitzpatrick Papers Finding Aid SC93 Thomas J. Fitzpatrick Papers Finding Aid ca. 1891-1933 Thomas Jefferson Fitzpatrick was a professor of botany and mathematics, a librarian, and an avid book collector. The Kansas City Public Library purchased nearly 20,000 volumes from his private library...

57. Scapegoat? Colonel Edwin V. Sumner and the Topeka Dispersal Scapegoat? Colonel Edwin V. Sumner and the Topeka Dispersal Autumn 2010 On July 4, 1856, Colonel Edwin V. Sumner dispersed the free-state legislature while it convened in Topeka, Kansas Territory. Sumner's operation intensified the debate over federal policy and the legality...

58. She Rode to Keep a Date With Death: Annie Harris McKeene, Mysterious Quantrill Raider She Rode to Keep a Date With Death: Annie Harris McKeene, Mysterious Quantrill Raider Autumn 2006 The author of this article presents what information can be determined concerning Annie Harris McKeene, a shadowy figure of the border warfare and local guerrilla activity. Supposedly she was born in Jackson...

59. Stephenson's Apple Farm Restaurant Stephenson's Apple Farm Restaurant Postcard of Stephenson's Apple Farm Restaurant

60. Taking Steps To Record Steptoe, Westport's Vanishing African American Neighborhood Taking Steps To Record Steptoe, Westport's Vanishing African American Neighborhood Autumn 2004 The African American community of Steptoe was located in Westport, Missouri. This article explores the name of the community and its growth after the Civil War. "The tiny hamlet in Westport known as Steptoe...