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181. History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri //1883 One paragraph of biography about Reverend Jackson Harris, "pastor of the Missionary Baptist church at Bunker Hill," born in Howard County, Missouri, in 1825.

182. History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri //1883 Biographical sketch of Frederick Kemper (1816-1881), founder of the Kemper School in Boonville, Missouri, born in Virginia and founding the school in 1844 upon arriving, marrying Susan Taylor of New Hampshire...

183. History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri //1883 Biographical sketch of John Murray, a farmer in Howard County, Missouri, born in Boone County, Missouri, in 1851.

184. History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri //1883 Biographical sketch of Charles Fuchs, "jeweler, silverware, etc.," a businessman in Fayette, Missouri, born in Cooper County, Missouri, in 1854.

185. History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri //1883 Biographical sketch of Isaac Houck, "the proprietor and editor of the Missouri 'Independent,' one of the most substantial and best edited county papers in central Missouri." He was born in Palmyra, Missouri,...

186. History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri //1883 Biographical sketch of Thomas Howard, a farmer in Howard County, Missouri, born in Kentucky in 1817 as the son of Matthew Howard, a War of 1812 veteran and early settler of Howard County in 1819.

187. History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri //1883 Mention of Solomon Houck as a military captain along with Robert McCulloch in Cooper County, Missouri, during the California gold rush migration in 1849-1850.

188. History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri //1883 Biographical sketch of T. A. Johnston, "the principal of the old and widely known Kemper family school," born and raised in Missouri and starting out as a teacher after the Civil War before succeeding...

189. History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri //1883 Description of the first celebration of the Fourth of July, or Independence Day, in Cooper County, Missouri, in 1820.

190. History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri //1883 Biographical sketch of Colonel Bird Deatherage, "twice a member of the legislature from Howard county, and former sheriff of the county for four years," with information about other members of the Deatherage...

191. History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri //1883 History of "'Hardeman's garden'. ..located about five miles from Old Franklin," in Howard County, Missouri. Description of its lushness and variety of flowers, cultivated by John Hardeman, mostly destroyed...

192. History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri //1883 Biographical sketch of Thomas Jefferson Boggs, or Thomas Boggs, a lawyer from Kentucky emigrating to Missouri in about 1821 and leaving for California in 1849, the brother of Lilburn W. Boggs.

193. History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri //1883 Biographical sketch of John Bernard, "manufacturer of cigars and dealer in tobacco" in Boonville, Missouri, born in France in 1819, moving from Ohio to Saint Louis to Kansas City in the 1840s in the cigar...

194. History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri //1883 Two paragraphs about the first execution (by hanging) in Cooper County, of Luke Harris, the slave and killer of Hezekiah Harris in 1826.

195. History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri //1883 Biographical sketches of Judge B. C. Clark, "probate judge of Cooper county," and General Henry M. Clark, or Henry Clark, a Civil War general. Description of B. C. Clark's life, possibly "the first white...

196. History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri //1883 Biographical sketch of John Tatum, a farmer and former teacher in Howard County, Missouri born in Virginia in 1819.

197. History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Mo. History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Mo. //1883 Biographical sketch of G. S. Tutt, "general merchant, Estill, Missouri," born in Howard County, Missouri in 1849.

198. History of Kansas City, Missouri History of Kansas City, Missouri 1888 Photo and bio of Armin Schueler, founder and operator of "the Schueler Abstracts of Land Titles." Born in Cleveland in 1854 and coming to Kansas City in 1879.

199. History of St. Charles, Montgomery and Warren Counties, Missouri History of St. Charles, Montgomery and Warren Counties, Missouri //1885 Description of "the raid into the county [Montgomery] Bill Anderson's Confederate guerrilla band, in October, 1864," centering on Danville, Missouri, during the Civil War.

200. History of St. Charles, Montgomery and Warren Counties, Missouri History of St. Charles, Montgomery and Warren Counties, Missouri 1969 Short description of the first Independence Day celebration in Montgomery County, Missouri.