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1. Fort Scott Sheet Fort Scott Sheet 1893 (1922 reprint) Topographical map of areas of Bourbon County, Kansas, and Barton and Vernon counties in Missouri, including the towns of Fort Scott, Kansas, and Liberal, Missouri. Map also depicts railroads, creeks and...

2. How Missouri Counties, Towns and Streams Were Named How Missouri Counties, Towns and Streams Were Named April//1916 First of a series of articles about origins of place names in Missouri, including the name of the state of Missouri itself and Andrew County (containing the town of Savannah, Missouri), Atchison County,...

3. Lamar, Missouri Lamar, Missouri Photos and information on the town of Lamar, Missouri, the birthplace of President Harry Truman in 1883 and site of "Old West" activity (western trails and Wyatt Earp, etc.) with additional information...

4. Map of Barton County Mo. Map of Barton County Mo. n.d. Civil War era map of Barton County, Missouri, showing roads, rivers, and towns. Typical section numbering pattern. Map key not included.

5. Record Book, Grand Army of the Republic, A. D. McCook Post No. 34 (Lamar, Mo.) Record Book, Grand Army of the Republic, A. D. McCook Post No. 34 (Lamar, Mo.) 1882-1923 A 1 volume membership book for a Lamar/Barton County, Missouri post of the GAR. It contains 346 numbered entries. Information provided in the book includes: name of soldier, age, birthplace, residence,...

6. Ripsnorting News Ripsnorting News June//1949 Photo and article about the town of Lamar, Missouri (in Barton County, Missouri south of Kansas City), the birthplace of President Harry Truman in 1889 and home of "one newspaper, 'The Lamar Democrat,'...

7. The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men //1878 Biographical sketch of Nathan Bray, born in Ohio in 1827, moving to Indianapolis in 1851 as a teacher, businessman, and then lawyer in 1857, arriving that year in Barton County, Missouri, staying in Kansas...