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81. Fort Orleans of the Missoury [sic] Fort Orleans of the Missoury [sic] April//1941 History of Fort Orleans, "earliest military post in the Missouri valley" operated by the French "from 1723 to 1728 on the north bank of the Missouri river, some two miles west of the Wakenda river in what...

82. Fort Orleans, the First French Post on the Missouri Fort Orleans, the First French Post on the Missouri April 1914 Article about Fort Orleans, "the first French post on the Missouri" River, established in Carroll County, Missouri (two counties west of Kansas City) in 1723 by Etienne de Bourgmont and razed by 1728....

83. Fort Scott Sheet Fort Scott Sheet 1893 (1922 reprint) Topographical map of areas of Bourbon County, Kansas, and Barton and Vernon counties in Missouri, including the towns of Fort Scott, Kansas, and Liberal, Missouri. Map also depicts railroads, creeks and...

84. Freedom Documents from Cole County, Missouri Freedom Documents from Cole County, Missouri January//1969 Article with excerpts from and descriptions of freedom documents of former slaves in Cole County, Missouri, with a brief history of slavery across the state back to 1719 (their arrival as lead mine workers)....

85. 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...

86. Frisco Lines Map of Missouri Frisco Lines Map of Missouri n.d. Map of Frisco Railroad lines in Missouri. Shows counties and stops along the line.

87. 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...

88. Galt Quadrangle Galt Quadrangle 1949 Topographical map of areas of Grundy, Sullivan, and Linn counties in north-central Missouri, including the towns of Galt, Laredo, Humphreys, and Osgood. Also depicted is Medicine Creek, as well as numerous...

89. General Benjamin Jackson General Benjamin Jackson February 25, 1905 Biographical sketch of General Benjamin Jackson, a Confederate officer in the Civil War, born in Howard County, Missouri, in 1836 and starting out as a teacher, returning to Howard County after the war...

90. General Highway Map, Clay County, Missouri General Highway Map, Clay County, Missouri 1954 Map of Clay County, Missouri, including road coverage, bridges, parks, schools, cemeteries, etc.

91. General Highway Map, Clinton County, Missouri General Highway Map, Clinton County, Missouri 1962 Black and white road map features all types of roads, railroads, bridges, as well as political boundaries, landscape features, and tourist amenities.

92. General Highway Map, Platte County, Missouri General Highway Map, Platte County, Missouri 1953 Map of Platte County, Missouri, including roads, streams, dams, bridges, parks, schools, and much more.

93. General John W. Reid--The Forgotten Hero General John W. Reid--The Forgotten Hero July 1964 First of a two-part series of biographical articles about Colonel John Reid (1820-1881), with illustration and description of his early life and career as a native of Virginia moving "to Missouri in 1841,...

94. General Orders No. 11 and Border Warfare during the Civil War General Orders No. 11 and Border Warfare during the Civil War October-July 1971-1972 Extensive article about the events surrounding Civil War Order Number 11 in Jackson County, Missouri and surrounding counties, with photos and illustrations.

95. Geographical, Statistical, and Historical Map of Missouri Geographical, Statistical, and Historical Map of Missouri 1820 Map of Missouri with counties outlined in color. Shows towns, rivers, and mountains. Text around map gives information on climate, population, religion, transportation, commerce, and history.

96. Geologic Map of the Rolla Quadrangle Geologic Map of the Rolla Quadrangle 1908 Geographic and topographic map of areas of Phelps and Dent counties in Missouri, including the town of Rolla and a segment of the Gasconade River. Map also includes bedrock types, fault lines, and structural...

97. Glasgow Sheet Glasgow Sheet 1890 (1916 reprint) Topographical map of parts of Chariton, Randolph, and Howard counties in central Missouri, including a segment of the Missouri River and the towns of Glasgow, Salisbury, and Arrow Rock. Marsh land and...

98. Good Roads Association of Greater Kansas City Map Good Roads Association of Greater Kansas City Map 1919 Side one shows a Kansas City regional map that includes 30 counties in Missouri and 20 counties in Kansas. Map on reverse shows the greater Kansas City area. Both highlight existing paved roads and those...

99. Gower Quadrangle Gower Quadrangle 1951 Topographical map of parts of Platte, Clinton, and Buchanan counties in northwest Missouri. The town of Gower, Missouri, is included, as are numerous churches, schools, roads of varying grades, and local...

100. 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.