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61. Colton's New Sectional Map of the State of Missouri Colton's New Sectional Map of the State of Missouri 1872 Continuation of title: Compiled from the United States Surveys and Other Authentic Sources Exhibiting the Sections, Fractional Sections, Counties, Cities, Towns, Villages, Post Offices, Rail Roads & other...

62. Confederate Soldier's Home of Missouri at Higginsville: Register of Deaths from 1 Jan[.] 1913-1 Dec[.] Confederate Soldier's Home of Missouri at Higginsville: Register of Deaths from 1 Jan[.] 1913-1 Dec[.] 1918 September//1983 Listings of deceased Confederate veterans at the Confederate Soldiers Home of Missouri at Higginsville, with names, ages, dates of death, counties, and commands.

63. Coon Creek Crossings on the Santa Fe Trail Coon Creek Crossings on the Santa Fe Trail November, 2005 Article discusses the several Santa Fe Trail crossings of Coon Creek, a tributary of the Arkansas River flowing through Ford, Edwards, and Pawnee Counties in Kansas. Coon Creek's proximity to Fort Larned...

64. Correct Map of Oklahoma and Indian Territories Correct Map of Oklahoma and Indian Territories ca. 1901 Map of Oklahoma Territory and Indian Territory. Railroad lines, counties, and Indian jurisdictions (Osage, Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache) are shown. The following Indian nations are shown in Indian Territory:...

65. County and Township Map of the State of Wisconsin County and Township Map of the State of Wisconsin 1875 Political map of Wisconsin, showing counties, towns, and railroads. "Prepared expressly for Tuttle's History of Wisconsin."

66. County and Township: New Bi-State Agency Planned County and Township: New Bi-State Agency Planned May//1957 Description of the creation of the "Mo-Kan Metropolitan Development District," comprising eight counties by the state legislatures.

67. County Third in Roads: In the Country Only Two Others Are Ahead in System County Third in Roads: In the Country Only Two Others Are Ahead in System December/15/1929 Article noting the extensiveness of the system of county roads in Jackson County, Missouri, as third best in the nation, behind only two counties in New York and Detroit, and making for very good transportation...

68. Cram's Railroad and Township Map of Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska and Kansas Cram's Railroad and Township Map of Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska and Kansas 1879 Map shows numerous rivers, creeks, and towns, as well as railroad lines and county boundaries. Territories of individual Indian tribes are outlined in the area south of Kansas.

69. 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,...

70. Darlington Quadrangle Darlington Quadrangle 1925 (1939 reprint) Topographical map of an area of Gentry and DeKalb counties in northwest Missouri. Northern half of the quadrangle had not yet been surveyed at the time of printing, but the southern half depicts contours,...

71. DeKalb Quadrangle DeKalb Quadrangle 1951 Topographical map of parts of Buchanan and Platte counties in northwest Missouri, including the town of DeKalb, Missouri. Sugar Creek is depicted, as are numerous schools and churches and roads of various...

72. Destination Northland Destination Northland October 1, 2003 Subtitled "The Thriving Communities of Clay and Platte Counties, 2003-2004 Edition". This section profiles communities in the Northland including Kansas City, North Kansas City, Liberty, Riverside, Parkville,...

73. Dictionary of Missouri Biography Dictionary of Missouri Biography 1999 Short biography of Civil War General Thomas E. Ewing (1829-1896) written by Charles R. Mink. Ewing is noted for issuing Order No. 11 in which persons residing in Bates, Cass, Jackson, and upper Vernon...

74. Drynob Quadrangle Drynob Quadrangle 1943 Topographical map of parts of Laclede and Pulaski counties in central Missouri, including portions of Mark Twain National Forest and Fort Leonard Wood Military Reservation. Also depicted are the Gasconade...

75. Early Photographers of West-Central Missouri Early Photographers of West-Central Missouri 1994 The work is divided into counties giving a list of photographers, dates and locations. The following counties are included: Carroll, Cass, Chariton, Cooper, Henry, Howard, Jackson (including Kansas City),...

76. Edgar Springs Quadrangle Edgar Springs Quadrangle 1945 Topographical map showing areas of Phelps, Texas, and Dent counties in Missouri. The towns of Licking and Edgar Springs are shown, as are roads of varying grades, schools, cemeteries, and churches.

77. Edgehill Quadrangle Edgehill Quadrangle 1926 Topographical map of parts of Iron, Washington, and Reynolds counties within Mark Twain National Forest. Also noted on the map are geological features within the park, as well as numerous schools.

78. Elected Officials Elected Officials January//2003 A listing of elected officials for federal, state, and Kansas Cityi's 20 area counties divided between Missouri and Kansas. Given is the official, contact information, party and when term expires.

79. Farthest North: The Historian and the Battle of Athens Farthest North: The Historian and the Battle of Athens January 1975 Article about the Battle of Athens, the Civil War battle pronounced in its role as one of "the northernmost" battles in the entire war and in setting "the seal of doom on the Confederate cause in northeastern...

80. First Newspapers in Kansas Counties First Newspapers in Kansas Counties February//1941 First in a series of articles about the "first" newspapers in Kansas counties, covering those in the Kansas City area including Leavenworth County, Kansas (the "Kansas Weekly Herald" in 1854), Atchison...