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1. A Journey to Missouri in 1822 A Journey to Missouri in 1822 October/3/1921 Description of the overland journey of the family of William Chick, including his son, the author, from Virginia to Missouri in 1822 by wagon, being flooded out in 1826 on the Missouri River near Glasgow,...

2. As I Remember As I Remember 1965 Early history of the Chick family in Kansas City and Westport, starting with the 1826 flood and Indian trade, including involvement in the 1849 Gold Rush to California. Biographical descriptions also of...

3. As I Remember: Recollections of Washington Henry Chick As I Remember: Recollections of Washington Henry Chick N.d. A 45 page typed manuscript. "Taken from articles and notes hand written...by him during his retirement from 1901 to 1918; and from some notes by Mrs. Henry Chick made from her conversations with him. These...

4. Biography of William Chick (1794-1847), Pioneer Biography of William Chick (1794-1847), Pioneer 2008

5. Business Patterns in the Growth of a Midwestern City: The Kansas City Business Community before the Business Patterns in the Growth of a Midwestern City: The Kansas City Business Community before the Civil War Summer 1959 Article about the history of Kansas City's business and economy, with reference to its street railways on page 171 and description of members of the Chick family--William Chick, Washington Chick, and Joseph...

6. Early Kansas City School Early Kansas City School June 7, 2008 In 1846, John Buchanan taught a district school in an old log house, which stood on a hill near the corner of Missouri and Grand avenue. Some of those who attended this school were Joseph Chick, Henry...

7. First Buildings First Buildings January 6, 1901 Includes drawing of the first building.

8. Joseph S. Chick Joseph S. Chick Bio of Joseph S. Chick, a clerk at his father's bank in the 1800s, developing it into the large and successful Kansas City National Bank.

9. Joseph S. Chick Joseph S. Chick N.d. Portrait of Joseph Smith Chick, early Kansas City banker.

10. Memories of Old Westport Memories of Old Westport October 1924 Biographical sketch of Mary Ann Chick, or Mary Chick, "eldest child of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Chick," explaining her marriage first to "the Reverend William Johnson, an Indian missionary, at her parents' home...

11. Mr. and Mrs. William Chick Mr. and Mrs. William Chick Biographical sketches of William Miles Chick, or William Chick, and his wife, Anna Eliza Smith Chick, or Anna Chick with photo and description of him as Kansas City's (debatably) first postmaster and the...

12. Peery Family Papers Finding Aid Peery Family Papers Finding Aid 1820-1913 The Peery family collection contains just over 600 letters including correspondence of John Thompson Peery, an early founder of Methodism in the Kansas City area, and his wife Mary Jane Chick Johnson Peery....

13. Recollections of Susannah Yoacham Dillon Recollections of Susannah Yoacham Dillon November 1965 Photo and reminiscences about early Westport and Kansas City by Susannah Yoacham Dillon, or Susan Dillon, "the first white girl born within the territory that is now the state of Kansas," born in 1830....

14. Reminiscences of the Methodist Shawnee Mission Reminiscences of the Methodist Shawnee Mission October 1924 Descriptions of Mary Ann Chick, or Mary Chick (the daughter of William Chick) and her two husbands, William Johnson (the brother of Thomas Johnson) and after his death in 1842, Edward Peery, in 1850.

15. The Hill the City Left Behind: Only Jessamine Remains to Mark Sites on Pearl Street Where Pioneers Built The Hill the City Left Behind: Only Jessamine Remains to Mark Sites on Pearl Street Where Pioneers Built Mansions Seventy-five Years Ago September/17/1922 Article about the family mansions on the hill of Pearl Street in 19th century Kansas City, including those of Mrs. William Chick, Mrs. Joseph Guinotte (Aimee Guinotte), Mrs. Patrick Shannon, Mrs. Jesse...

16. The House on the Edge of the Bluff The House on the Edge of the Bluff July//1963 Photo and biographical description of Martha Matilda Chick Scarritt, or Martha Chick (also known as Matilda Scarritt), the wife of Reverend Nathan Scarritt, the daughter of William Chick, and the grandmother...

17. The Vicissitudes of Pioneer Life The Vicissitudes of Pioneer Life September//1970 Autobiographical article by Washington Chick (1826-1918), the son of Westport pioneer William Chick. It was written in 1916 for the Missouri Valley Historical Society and is about early settlers and businesses...

18. William S. Chick William S. Chick Bio of William S. Chick from Virginia, involved in the War of 1812, and settling in Westport in 1836 with a log business struck repeatedly by floods. Began ferry service facilitating fur trade. First to...