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61. The Baptists, The Methodists, and the Shawnees The Baptists, The Methodists, and the Shawnees Autumn 1994 Subtitled "Conflicting Cultures in Indian Territory, 1833-1834". Article traces the conflicts that arose with the introduction of Christianity to the Shawnee Indians and their integration into American...

62. The Biography of Elder John Brush The Biography of Elder John Brush Fall 2012 Reprinted biography of Mormon John Brush, member of the Reorganized Church. Born in Pennsylvania on May 22, 1815, Brush fought in the Black Hawk War, participated in the Mormon exodus to Missouri, and...

63. The Boys of Autumn: World Series 1980 The Boys of Autumn: World Series 1980 November 1980 Royals reach the World Series by beating the New York Yankees in the playoffs but lose to the Philadelphia Phillies.

64. The Contested Will of William Gillis: Insights into Life in the Early Kansas City Region The Contested Will of William Gillis: Insights into Life in the Early Kansas City Region Autumn 1999 Biographical article about the life and legacy of William Gillis, early Kansas City trader and real estate owner, and the settlement of his will starting in 1870.

65. The Hard Kind of Courage The Hard Kind of Courage Autumn 2013 A discussion on the creative works of Langston Hughes, Gordon Parks, and Frank Marshall Davis. All three grew up in Kansas and “emerged to represent arguably the best aesthetic production of this state.”...

66. The Mottled Sunshine and Thinning Foliage of Autumn The Mottled Sunshine and Thinning Foliage of Autumn October/28/1960 Photo and caption about the Scout Statue, a work of sculpture by artist Cyrus Dallin, in its "recently refurbished" version.

67. The Pottawatomies and Alcohol: An Illustration of the Illegal Trade The Pottawatomies and Alcohol: An Illustration of the Illegal Trade Autumn 1979 Article looks into the effect of alcohol on the Plains Indians, especially the Pottawatamie tribe. The Rev. Isaac McCoy, Baptist missionary, proposed a religious reform program to combat the alcohol problem....

68. The Rise and Fall of Lewis Jones' Nebraska Hotel on Independence Square The Rise and Fall of Lewis Jones' Nebraska Hotel on Independence Square Autumn 2005 This article examines the history of the hotels built on one Independence Old Town lot on Independence Square, and the two proprietors responsible for their construction, Joseph Roy and Lewis Jones. The...

69. The Usable Past: A Study of Historical Traditions in Kansas City The Usable Past: A Study of Historical Traditions in Kansas City May//1960 Comprehensive article about the usefulness of the often-biased historic records of Kansas City, through critical consideration of their sources and historical traditions, including the writings of William...

70. Thomas J. Fitzpatrick Papers Finding Aid Thomas J. Fitzpatrick Papers Finding Aid circa 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...

71. Three Kansas Citians Publish Autumn Titles Three Kansas Citians Publish Autumn Titles October/13/1956 File containing a book review of the poetry collection "Of Heart and Home" by Annette Wildman, "a teacher of Unity School of Christianity" and "president of the Kansas City Westport branch of the National...

72. Toward Fisher's Fence: Getting On Tract To Preserve One of Our Most Intact, Early Homesteads Toward Fisher's Fence: Getting On Tract To Preserve One of Our Most Intact, Early Homesteads Autumn 2003 Article about the Adam and Letty Fisher homestead located today east of Jones Road, mid-way between Bundschu and Truman Roads. The Fisher family were early residents of Jackson County and had slaves. Includes...

73. Truth in Black Ink: How Lucile Bluford Heard the Call and Penned Her Way Towards Black Feminist Activism Truth in Black Ink: How Lucile Bluford Heard the Call and Penned Her Way Towards Black Feminist Activism Autumn 2006 This article compares local African American journalist Lucile Bluford with Ida B. Wells-Barnett, an earlier African American woman writer and activist from Memphis, Tennessee and later Chicago, Illinois....

74. Two Recent Finds Surface About Jackson County's 1859 Jail Two Recent Finds Surface About Jackson County's 1859 Jail Autumn 2005 Article quotes an article found in the July 20, 1906 issue of the Jackson Examiner. It tells of the construction of the 1859 Jail. John Cassell, a stonemason, recalls the jail construction in this article....

75. Unlocking the Shackled Past of Jackson County's Jail in Independence Unlocking the Shackled Past of Jackson County's Jail in Independence Autumn 2004 The Jackson County Historical Society is celebrating its 45th anniversary of ownership and operation of the 1859 Jail in Independence, Missouri. This article is the second of two installments concerning...

76. Unraveling the Story Unraveling the Story Autumn 2006 Article examines African American quilting traditions, and analyzes stories of the connection between specific quilt patterns and the Underground Railroad. The author includes several tales of people escaping...

77. W. H. Bean, Furniture & Stoves W. H. Bean, Furniture & Stoves ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for W. H. Bean with an image of autumn leaves and some flowers. Card is cut in the shape of the leaves. Front of card says: "W. H. Bean, Furniture & Stoves. For Cash or Installments."...

78. Well in Halth but Deep in Markury: The Autumn Years of Daniel Boone Well in Halth but Deep in Markury: The Autumn Years of Daniel Boone Winter//1993 Biographical article about Colonel Daniel Boone and his final twenty years, 1800-1820, spent in Missouri Territory, with illustrations and photos of him and his artifacts and descriptions of his and his...

79. When the Union and Kansas Pacific Built Through Kansas When the Union and Kansas Pacific Built Through Kansas Summer 1966 Article about the construction of railroads into Kansas. Includes numerous newspaper references to the laying of the track and the political issues involved as well as the history leading up to the event....

80. You. ..and Your Later Years: Harmony in Life and Music Fills 99 Years You. ..and Your Later Years: Harmony in Life and Music Fills 99 Years February/10/1976 Photo and biographical article about Maud Robinson, a 99-year-old pianist and composer of Kansas City. Born in Hardin, Missouri on May 19, 1876 and coming to Kansas City in 1905 as wife of an apartment...