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1. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo. 1896 Biographical sketch of Stubbins Watts, "[t]he well known miller on Indian creek" in the South Kansas City village of Dallas, Missouri. Born in Saint Charles County, Missouri in 1838 as a son of Anthony...

2. A Rebel Child of Civil War Days: Frances M. Lipscomb Hickman A Rebel Child of Civil War Days: Frances M. Lipscomb Hickman April 2001 Biographical article about Frances M. Lipscomb Hickman, or Frances Hickman "of Independence," granddaughter of John Harris (of the Harris House hotel in Westport). Born "a mile south of Dallas, Missouri,"...

3. Dallas, Jackson County, Missouri--the Settlement and Activities Dallas, Jackson County, Missouri--the Settlement and Activities Summer//1999 Article about the history of the mill on Indian Creek at 103rd Street, "known as Dallas Mill or Watts' Mill," and passed down to Stubbin Watts.

4. Dallas, Missouri Dallas, Missouri Photos, illustrations, and information on the town of Dallas, Missouri, near the site of Watts Mill the later area of Kansas City, Missouri around 103rd and State Line Roads.

5. Frank Ford Photograph Collection Finding Aid Frank Ford Photograph Collection Finding Aid ca1890-1915 The collection's 117 developed photographs were taken around the turn of the 20th century by local amateur photographer, Frank S. Ford. They include photographs which detail local events as well as rural,...

6. Historical Notes and Comments Historical Notes and Comments October//1932 One paragraph about the grave of James Bridger, commonly known as Jim Bridger.

7. Jackson County, Missouri: Its Opportunities and Resources Jackson County, Missouri: Its Opportunities and Resources 1926 Photos of Watts Mill and nearby bridge, park ("Dallas Park"), homestead ("Watts homestead"), lake, and bath houses "at Dallas," near 103rd and State Line Roads.

8. More Natural Resources More Natural Resources February 1900 Article describes the addition to natural gas to the Kansas City’s already long list of natural resources. W. S. Pryor located “five good flowing wells of natural gas near Dallas, Mo., and within sixteen...

9. Results of County Planning: Jackson County, Missouri Results of County Planning: Jackson County, Missouri 1933 Photo and one line description of "Dallas Mill" near 100th and State Line Road.

10. SC159 Kansas City Prints and Images Collection SC159 Kansas City Prints and Images Collection 1887-1957 This collection consists of images relating to Kansas City buildings, infrastructure, and historical events. Included are four prints from the Siegrist Engraving Company as well as various magazine-published...

11. Siegrist Engraving Company Etching Collection Finding Aid Siegrist Engraving Company Etching Collection Finding Aid 1936-1966 The Siegrist Engraving Company, located at 924 Oak, was founded in 1902 by Mr. Henry S. Siegrist. The collection has 35 etchings of notable Kansas City historical landmarks, including buildings, residences,...

12. Virginia Bridger Wachsmann Virginia Bridger Wachsmann 1875 Photograph of Virginia Bridger Wachsmann. Picture taken in 1875. Was living on farm near Dallas, Missouri, Jackson County. Daughter of Jim Bridger and his Indian wife from Ute tribe

13. Washakie--Chief of the Shoshones, Father-in-Law of James Bridger Washakie--Chief of the Shoshones, Father-in-Law of James Bridger September//1968 Article about Jim Bridger's relationship to Washakie, chief of the Shoshone Indians of Montana, starting with Bridger's marriage to his daughter, Little Fawn, in 1850, bringing her back to Dallas, Missouri....

14. Watts Mill Watts Mill n.d. Distant view of mill and waterfall at Watts Mill; located in Dallas, Missouri (103rd and State Line).

15. Watts Mill Watts Mill View of mill from across Indian Creek; located in Dallas, Missouri.

16. Watts Mill Watts Mill 1898 Distant view of mill from across Indian Creek.

17. Watts Mill Watts Mill 1921 Interior view with unidentified men.

18. Watts Mill Watts Mill 1930 Full view mill from center of Indian Creek.

19. Watts Mill Watts Mill n.d., ca1920 Full view of Watts Mill including view of Indian Creek and rock ledge, Dallas, Missouri. Identified in scrapbook as “Watt’s Millâ€.

20. Watts Mill Watts Mill n.d., ca1920 View of Watts Mill taken from out on Indian Creek. Located at Dallas, Missouri. Identified in scrapbook as “Watt’s Millâ€.