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1. You Are Making the Future of Kansas City... Today! You Are Making the Future of Kansas City... Today! 1955 Aerial photograph of downtown Kansas City, Missouri, highlighting 15th Street to City Market, with Broadway Bridge and the Kansas River Bend of the Missouri River in the background. Reverse features photographs...

2. Wyandotte County, Kansas Wyandotte County, Kansas n.d. Land ownership map of Wyandotte County, Kansas, showing U.S. and state highways, roads (paved, gravel, and graded), railroads, electric lines, state lines, county lines, city limits, sub. division boundaries,...

3. Wright's Map of Kansas City Wright's Map of Kansas City 1884 Detailed map of Kansas City, Missouri, that includes roads, railroads, subdivisions and additions, and some property owners. Subdivisions have been colored by an unknown source after the map was printed....

4. Weston's Guide to the Kansas Pacific Railway Weston's Guide to the Kansas Pacific Railway //1872 Origins of the Town of Kansas and Westport in the 1830s and 1840s, explaining their fluctuating rates of growth and the resulting early name of Kansas City being "Westport Landing," including the prophecy...

5. West Bottoms during 1951 Flood West Bottoms during 1951 Flood 1951 Aerial view of a flooded area in the West Bottoms after the 1951 Flood. Shows Sunshine Biscuits Building, Rudy-Patrick Seeds-Feeds, Weber Paper Company, Couch Tractor & Equipment Co., and the Kansas City...

6. West Bottoms and Kansas River West Bottoms and Kansas River 1950 Aerial view of west side of West Bottoms near Genesee and the Kansas River.

7. West Bottoms West Bottoms 1999 View of West Bottoms showing remains of fire/explosion of July 1998, confluence of Kansas and Missouri Rivers, and remains of Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company. Fairfax Industrial District visible in background....

8. Watomika: A Delaware Jesuit Priest Watomika: A Delaware Jesuit Priest June 27, 1905 Article describing the life of Watomika, later known as Father James Bouchard. Watomika/Bouchard is considered by many to be the first Native American ordained to the Catholic priesthood in the United...

9. War with Mexico, 1846-1847: Doniphan's Expedition and the Conquest of New Mexico and California War with Mexico, 1846-1847: Doniphan's Expedition and the Conquest of New Mexico and California 1907 Description of the Gilpintown settlement and "Centropolis" map and prophesy for the Kansas City area by William Gilpin, influencing Senator Benton and opposing the attitude of New England, especially Daniel...

10. Violence in Wind: Gusts up to 70 Miles an Hour Rip through the Kansas City Area Violence in Wind: Gusts up to 70 Miles an Hour Rip through the Kansas City Area March/22/1953 Photos and article about the winds in Kansas City, up to 70 miles per hour, strong enough to knock down pedestrians and power lines, responsible for the fire at a lumber yard killing Kansas City's police...

11. Up the River Up the River November 3-9, 2005 Article profiling the Kansas City Rowing Club. In late 2005, the club had 51 members who trained regularly on the Kansas River and competed in races across the Midwest.

12. Turkey Creek Turkey Creek File contains a poster-sized article or flyer with photos, map, illustrations, and information on the history and pre-history of Turkey Creek in Kansas City. Description of the creek's primary role along...

13. Toadoloop (Toad-a-Loop) Toadoloop (Toad-a-Loop) June, 2004 Article describes the area of "Toad-a-Loop" or "Toad-a-Loup", a notorious community that was located adjacent to the Kansas River near Greystone Heights (just outside the jurisdictions of Kansas City,...

14. This Place Called Kansas This Place Called Kansas 1952 Description of the meanings and accepted version of the name of the Kansas River.

15. The Whizzers of Oz The Whizzers of Oz August/9 - 15/2001 Article about struggle by enviornmentalists against Kansas SB204,, the so-called "Dirty Water" bill, which removed streams feeding into Kansas River from federal environmental protections.

16. The Water Supply System of Kansas City, Missouri The Water Supply System of Kansas City, Missouri September//1930 History of the public water supply of Kansas City, Missouri, starting "in the year 1873 when the National Water Works Company of New York City was granted a franchise to operate a water works system,"...

17. The Voting Scandal Surrounding Delaware Crossing (Secondine) -- 1858 The Voting Scandal Surrounding Delaware Crossing (Secondine) -- 1858 June 27, 1905 Article describes voting irregularities in Wyandotte County, Kansas during the January 4, 1858 election. The voting took place at Delaware Crossing (also called "Secondine"), located near the Grinter Ferry...

18. The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men //1878 Photo and bio of Thomas Fletcher Oakes, or Thomas Oakes, a railroad and bridge developer born in Boston in 1843 and moving to Kansas City, Kansas in 1863 with the Kansas Pacific Railway. Involved there...

19. The Threat on Kaw Point: Redoubt At the Kansas River The Threat on Kaw Point: Redoubt At the Kansas River 2002 This article challenges the historical perspective that the Lewis and Clark expedition faced no significant threat of armed conflict at their camp on the Kansas River in June 1804 to justify the redoubt....

20. The Story of the Meat Packing Industry in Wyandotte County The Story of the Meat Packing Industry in Wyandotte County Fall 2001 Article describes the history of the meatpacking industry in Kansas City, Kansas, including an ethnic distribution of wage earners, and an examination of the railroads and Kansas River as key to its development....