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201. Shelby and His Men: Or the War in the West Shelby and His Men: Or the War in the West //1867 Account of the Battle of Westport by the author, one of Confederate General Joseph Shelby's soldiers for the Confederates.

202. Shelby and His Men: or The War in the West Shelby and His Men: or The War in the West //1867 Description of the Battle of Lone Jack from the perspective of the Confederates.

203. Shelby and His Men: or The War in the West Shelby and His Men: or The War in the West //1867 Description of the Battle of Newtonia from the perspective of the Confederates, involving General Joseph Shelby.

204. Shelby and His Men: or The War in the West Shelby and His Men: or The War in the West //1867 Description of the battle-cry and flag of guerrillas William C. Quantrill, Bill Anderson and the Younger brothers during the Civil War.

205. Shelby and His Men: or The War in the West Shelby and His Men: or The War in the West //1867 Description of the Battle of Big Blue from the perspective of the Confederates, involving Generals Shelby and Price.

206. A Thrilling Record: Founded on Facts and Observations Obtained during Ten Days' Experience with Col. A Thrilling Record: Founded on Facts and Observations Obtained during Ten Days' Experience with Col. Wm. T. Anderson, the Notorious Guerrilla Chieftain //1868 Booklet about the guerrilla warfare activities of William T. "Bloody Bill" Anderson, or Bloody Bill Anderson, during the Civil War, including the massacre at Centralia, Missouri, from "the lips of a participant,...

207. Colorado: Its Resources, Parks, and Prospects as a New Field for Emigration Colorado: Its Resources, Parks, and Prospects as a New Field for Emigration //1869 Biographical sketches of and description of the San Luis Park in Colorado by William Gilpin, co-organizer and first territorial governor of Colorado and former resident of Independence, responsible for...

208. Kansas City, Missouri, City Directory Kansas City, Missouri, City Directory //1869 They have since erected and are now putting up buildings which would be an ornament to any city, at a cost of upwards of $100,000.

209. New America New America //1869 Biographical description of William Gilpin, "founder of Colorado, and governor elect," in a chapter of the book about Denver, Colorado, describing Gilpin's manner from the author's British perspective,...

210. Kansas City, Missouri, City Directory Kansas City, Missouri, City Directory //1870 City directory entry.

211. Kansas City, Missouri, City Directory Kansas City, Missouri, City Directory //1870 They have since erected and are now putting up buildings which would be an ornament to any city, at a cost of upwards of $100,000.

212. Military History of Kansas Regiments during the War for the Suppression of the Great Rebellion Military History of Kansas Regiments during the War for the Suppression of the Great Rebellion //1870 Views from the Unionist side of the battle.

213. An Address to the Public, Vindicating a Work of Art Illustrative of the Federal Military Policy in Missouri An Address to the Public, Vindicating a Work of Art Illustrative of the Federal Military Policy in Missouri during the Late Civil War //1871 Booklet written by the artist George Caleb Bingham, defending his famous painting of "Order No. 11," explaining its depictions of atrocities brought on by the unfair military treatment of displaced Missouri...

214. First [etc.] Annual Report of the Superintendent of Schools for the School Year of 1869-'70 [through First [etc.] Annual Report of the Superintendent of Schools for the School Year of 1869-'70 [through 1980] //1871-1947, 1976-1980 Annual reports of the Board of Education concerning the Kansas City School District in general, from its first year in 1867 to 1947 and from 1976 to 1980..

215. Weston's Guide to the Kansas Pacific Railway Weston's Guide to the Kansas Pacific Railway //1872 Origins of the Town of Kansas and Westport in the 1830s and 1840s, explaining their fluctuating rates of growth and the resulting early name of Kansas City being "Westport Landing," including the prophecy...

216. Weston's Guide to the Kansas Pacific Railway Weston's Guide to the Kansas Pacific Railway //1872 Description of the unnamed fort on the site of the later Broadway Hotel, "thrown up" to guard against the capture of the city during the border warfare leading up to the Civil War.

217. Mission of the North American People: Geograhical, Social, and Political Mission of the North American People: Geograhical, Social, and Political //1873 Book by William Gilpin about the unique destiny of America (and its "natural" center, the Kansas City area) due to its political and geographical position between Europe and Asia, undeveloped and young...

218. Historical Memoirs: Containing a Brief History of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Missouri Historical Memoirs: Containing a Brief History of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Missouri //1874 Chapter of the book about Reverend James Drennan (1825-1869), a pastor of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church starting in 1842 and a native of Tennessee, moving to Missouri in 1858.

219. Historical Memoirs: Containing a Brief History of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Missouri Historical Memoirs: Containing a Brief History of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Missouri //1874 Chapter of the book about Reverend Jacob Clark, a Presbyterian minister in southeast Missouri in the 1870s.

220. Historical Memoirs: Containing a Brief History of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Missouri Historical Memoirs: Containing a Brief History of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Missouri //1874 Chapter of the book about Reverend William Washington Suddath, or William Suddath (1826-1859), a Presbyterian minister born in Virginia raised in Lafayette County, Missouri and preaching in Lexington,...