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1. Ain't That Peculiar Ain't That Peculiar May 1, 2005 Profile of Peculiar, Missouri, featuring unusual residents and offbeat signs.

2. Albert G. Blakey Albert G. Blakey October//1909 Biographical article about Albert Gallatin Blakey, or Albert Blakey (1825-1877), a former Missouri state representative and mayor of Pleasant Hill, Missouri. Native of Kentucky raised in Benton County,...

3. Belton Family Breaking Tradition of Homestead Belton Family Breaking Tradition of Homestead October/4/1973 Photo and article about the LaMar family homestead in Belton, Missouri, ending its four generations of family residency with the departure of 64-year-old Baker LaMar. History of the homestead (settled...

4. Cass County Highlands Are Subject of a Book Cass County Highlands Are Subject of a Book November 23, 1972 Short article about a booklet written by Donald Lewis Osborn called Tales of the Amarugia Highlands of Cass County, Missouri, that is "a hodgepode collection of facts, legends, traditions, and yarns."

5. Cass County, Missouri Cass County, Missouri Information on Cass County, Missouri, and its various towns, including Harrisonville, Peculiar, and Archie, etc.

6. Cass County, Missouri Cass County, Missouri 1932 Map of Cass County, Missouri, taken from Hixson's Plat Book of Cass County, Missouri. Shows townships, towns, and railroad lines.

7. Civil War Map of Cass County Missouri Civil War Map of Cass County Missouri 2006 Map of Civil War era Cass County, Missouri, depicting locations of battles and skirmishes, as well as towns, farms, cemetaries, mills, and family homes. Also includes Quantrill's routes to and from Lawrence,...

8. Confederate Military History Confederate Military History 1899 (1988 in second edition) Biographical sketch of Dr. Henry Wherritt, a physician born in Illinois in 1842 and raised in Independence and Cass County, Missouri before settling in Independence, Missouri in 1887 as a doctor.

9. Creighton Quadrangle Creighton Quadrangle 1953 Topographical map of parts of Bates, Henry, and Cass counties in northwest Missouri, including the towns of Creighton and Urich and the South Grand River. Also depicted are numerous schools, churches,...

10. Dimmer Wallis Dimmer Wallis 1908 Biographical sketch of Dimner Wallis, "engaged in the real-estate business and financially interested in other business concerns of Kansas City." Born in Pennsylvania in 1855 and raised in Johnson County,...

11. Early Cass County Missouri Sheriffs Early Cass County Missouri Sheriffs May 2011 The list of sheriffs for Cass County covers 1836 to 1920. Some entries have a short biographical note with the name.

12. Early Peculiar Settlers Recount Old Times Early Peculiar Settlers Recount Old Times May 2008 Early settler John Hawkin came to Peculair around 1856. Article tells about dealings with the Osage Indians, Civil War experiences, and how Peculiar got its name. "At the time the post office was started,...

13. Encyclopedia of Missouri--A Volume of Encyclopedia of the United States Encyclopedia of Missouri--A Volume of Encyclopedia of the United States //1985 Biography of Carry Nation (1846-1911), "temperance reformer," raised partially and buried in Cass County, Missouri. Description of her crusades against alcoholism and illegal saloons in Kansas in the late...

14. Everett Quadrangle Everett Quadrangle 1953 Topographical map of an area south of Harrisonville, Missouri in Cass County. The South Grand River is featured, as well as roads, creeks, and geological formations. Several schools and churches are shown,...

15. Harrisonville Quadrangle Harrisonville Quadrangle 1954 (1981 revision) Topographical map of an area including and to the northeast of Harrisonville, Missouri in Cass County. The city of Harrisonville is featured, as well as roads, creeks, lakes, railroads and geological formations....

16. Harrisonville Quadrangle Harrisonville Quadrangle 1954 Topographical map of an area south and east of Kansas City in Cass County, Missouri. The town of Harrisonville is featured, along with several schools, churches, roads, and railroads. The following cemeteries...

17. Historic Hall in Need of Some Healing Historic Hall in Need of Some Healing December 27, 2004 There is a building located in southern Cass County, Missouri, which was built in 1893 by Union veterans of the Civil War and is currently on the National Register of Historic Places. The building is owned...

18. Historical Landmarks, Trails & Monuments in and around Kansas City, Mo. Historical Landmarks, Trails & Monuments in and around Kansas City, Mo. 1942 Historic areas marked with associated dates including Indian campsites, battle fields, churches, cemeteries, forts, bridges, fords or ferries. Includes Clay, Jackson, and parts of Cass County in Missouri...

19. History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri //1883 Biographical sketch of W. L. Webb, a Howard County, Missouri farmer and Confederate veteran. Native of Tennessee raised in Cass County, Missouri.

20. How Missouri Counties, Towns and Streams Were Named How Missouri Counties, Towns and Streams Were Named July 1916 Second of a series of articles about the origins of place names in Missouri, including Buchanan County, Missouri (containing the city of Saint Joseph), Caldwell County, Missouri (containing the town of...