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U.s Geological Survey
Gallup Map & Supply co
J Mark Alley
Another Survivor of Pioneer Days in Bridge Building
Photo and caption about a covered bridge "spanning a small tributary of Grand River northwest of Chillicothe, in Livingston County," Missouri.
Bates CO. Missouri
Map of Bates County, Missouri, that includes paved roads, graveled roads, state or county roads not highly improved, roads, interstates and highways, railroads, drainage district line, municipal township...
Biography of Alexander Majors (1914-1900), Pony Express Founder
Topographical map of part of Henry County, Missouri, including the town of Calhoun and the Grand River. Also depicted are roads of various grades are shown, railroads, schools, churches, cemeteries, and...
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,...
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,...
Topographical map of an area south of Harrisonville, Missouri in Cass County. The South Grand River is featured, as well as roads, creeks, and geological formations. Several schools and churches are shown,...
View down the Grand River in Missouri.
Grand River College
One page of history about the Grand River College, established in 1850 as the first college in Grundy County, Missouri.
Grand River Dam
Topographical map of areas of Livingston and Linn Counties in central Missouri, including a segment of the Grand River. Also depicted are schools, cemeteries, churches, and railroads.
Livingston County, Missouri
Map of Livingston County, Missouri, depicting roads, auto roads, schools, churches, cemeteries, railroads, and streams. Includes townships of Jackson, Cream Ridge, Medicine, Sampsell, Chillicothe, Rich...
Love and Valor: The Intimate Civil War Letters Between Captain Jacob and Emeline Ritner
June 22, 1905
The second chapter of the book is entitled "Wilson's Creek, Missouri" and contains letters from Iowa and various places in Missouri during the early part of the Civil War. Jacob Ritner was in the 1st Iowa...
Map of Cass County Missouri
Civil War era map of Cass County, Missouri showing roads, rivers and towns. Typical section numbering pattern. Map key not included.
Map of Gentry CO. MO.
Map of Gentry County, Missouri, that includes schools, churches, cemeteries, roads, railroads, and streams. Includes the townships of Wilson, Bogle, Howard, Cooper, Huggins, Athens, Jackson, and Miller....
Mormon Battles in Daviess County
March 23, 1905
Extracts from the memoirs of Joseph H. McGee about the battles between the Mormons and "Missourians" in Daviess County, Missouri, in 1838, including the ransacking and burning of the town of Gallatin.
Mormon Land Titles: A Story of Jackson County Real Estate
Description of the Mormon town of Adam-Ondi-Ahman, established in June 1838 on the Grand River in Daviess County, Missouri. Legal and election battles ensuing soon thereafter, including the "so-called...
December 1, 2002
Article is a reprint of letters located in the National Archives in Washington, D.C. by Jan Toms and Joanne Eakins in 2001. These letters are entitled "Missouri City Raid", a letter from Liberty, Mo.,...
The Missouria Indian Nation
In 1682 the two dominant tribes in Missouri were the Missouria and Osage. This article looks at the Missouria, who "ceased being an independent nation prior to 1795," and about whom little has been written....
West Line Quadrangle
Topographical map of west Cass County, Missouri, northeast Miami County, Missouri, and southwest Johnson County, Missouri. Features towns of West Line and Cleveland, Missouri, and includes roads, railroads,...
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