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1. Freedom's Frontier National Heritage Area Freedom's Frontier National Heritage Area Material about the national heritage area encompassing 41 counties along the Kansas-Missouri border. The area was established in anticipation of the sesquicentennial of the Civil War to promote education...

2. Missouri Counties Missouri Counties

3. J. H. B. Dunnegin J. H. B. Dunnegin Portrait of J. H. B. Dunnegin in suit and tie with a medal pinned to the left breast. According to the "History of Hickory, Polk, Cedar, Dade and Barton Counties, Missouri" (1889), James J. Akard's mother's...

4. Map of Ray CO. MO. Map of Ray CO. MO. Map of Ray County, Missouri, that includes roads, towns, churches, schools, and railroads. Includes townships of Polk, Knoxville, Grape Grove, Fishing River, Richmond, Crooked River, Orrick, and Cadem....

5. Interurban Railway Interurban Railway Postcard of Interurban Railway Car

6. Grasshopper Plague Grasshopper Plague File contains information about the grasshopper plagues circa 1874-1876 in Kansas City and surrounding areas of Platte and other counties.

7. Clay-Platte Citizens Fight in Mexican War Clay-Platte Citizens Fight in Mexican War File containing periodical articles including one on the history of Platte and Clay Counties, leading up to and during the Mexican War in 1845, locally led by Colonel Alexander W. Doniphan.

8. Metro Area Counties Metro Area Counties Information on Wyandotte and Johnson Counties in Kansas and Clay and Platte Counties in Missouri.

9. KCResources, page 50 KCResources, page 50

10. Gale Stockwell Gale Stockwell Photos, illustrations, and information on Gale Stockwell (ca. 1907-1983), a water color painter of Kansas City and surrounding area scenery (mostly Clay and Platte Counties), with residence at 712 Northeast...

11. KCResources, page 93 KCResources, page 93

12. Missouri Place Names Missouri Place Names File contains information on Missouri place names for cities, counties, towns, rivers, etc. The Missouri State Archives in Jefferson City also has a large list of Missouri place names.

13. Map of Buchanan County, Missouri Map of Buchanan County, Missouri Map of Buchanan County showing townships in color. Also shows towns, railroads, and section lines. Map may have been removed from a history of Buchanan County.

14. City Market, Market House City Market, Market House Postcard of the Market House and the old City Hall at the City Market

15. The First Shawnee Methodist Mission The First Shawnee Methodist Mission Article describes the history of the Methodist Missions in Wyandotte and Johnson Counties in Kansas.

16. Haymaking Haymaking Postcard depicting Haymaking along the country roads

17. Kansas City Club Kansas City Club Postcard of the Kansas City Club Building at 13th and Baltimore

18. Kansas City-Smithville Race Track Kansas City-Smithville Race Track Postcard of the Kansas City-Smithville Race Track

19. Memorials Memorials Information on memorials in the Kansas City area, including Jackson and Wyandotte Counties.

20. 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 Hugh Robinson Smith, or Hugh Smith (1803-1871), a Presbyterian minister in Clay and Jackson Counties. Native of Tennessee moving to Clay County, Missouri in 1824 before...