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21. Exploration and Diplomacy: George Champlin Sibley's Report to William Clark, 1811 Exploration and Diplomacy: George Champlin Sibley's Report to William Clark, 1811 October//1978 Illustrations, photos, map, and biographical article about George Champlin Sibley, or George Sibley (1782-1863), factor of Fort Osage in Jackson County, and his report to William Clark (of the Lewis and...

22. Faring Well with Food: The Lewis and Clark Expedition Faring Well with Food: The Lewis and Clark Expedition February 1, 2003 Article describing the diet of men on the Lewis and Clark expedition. Includes recipes for berry pudding, venison, and squash.

23. Fort Osage Fort Osage January-February (Winter)//1976 Large color photos and article about the restoration (reconstruction) of Fort Osage in northeastern Jackson County, Missouri, from the 1940s to the 1970s, directed by "archaeologist J. W. Hendron." History...

24. Fort Osage Fort Osage 1987 Photo and history of Fort Osage, "the first United States government outpost in Louisiana Territory," selected for its site on the Lewis and Clark expedition in 1804 and established in 1808, supervised...

25. Fort Osage: An Incident of Territorial Missouri Fort Osage: An Incident of Territorial Missouri April//1948 Essay about the policies of President Thomas Jefferson to protect the Louisiana Purchase territory against foreigners following the Lewis and Clark expedition, with forts along its border, especially Fort...

26. Gass's Journal of the Travels of a Corps of Discovery, from the Mouth of the Missouri through the Interior Gass's Journal of the Travels of a Corps of Discovery, from the Mouth of the Missouri through the Interior Parts of North America February 1809 Book review of "A Journal of the Voyages and Travels of a Corps of Discovery" by Patrick Gass, "one of the Persons employed in the Expedition." Description of their voyage from Saint Louis along the Missouri...

27. George Beauregard Strother George Beauregard Strother April 18, 1905 Biographical sketch of George Beauregard Strother, or George Strother, a Kansas City lawyer, "assistant attorney general of Missouri," native of Kentucky, and "lineal descendant of General George F. Strother,...

28. Give Or Take A Lie Or Two Give Or Take A Lie Or Two Winter 2009 An article about the conflicting stories of both filmmakers and historians when it comes to the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Blomquist gives examples of several Hollywood films that attempt to portray the...

29. Historian's Corps of Discovery: Ambrose Hopes to Restore the Missouri Historian's Corps of Discovery: Ambrose Hopes to Restore the Missouri December 7, 1998 Photo and biographical article about Stephen Ambrose, a 62-year-old "author and historian" becoming actively involved in restoring the natural condition of the Missouri River following his writing of the...

30. Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas Historic Spots or Mile-Stones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas 1935 Excerpts from the journals of the Lewis and Clark expedition about their encampments at the present site of Wyandotte County, Kansas, at the mouth of the Kansas River.

31. Historical Notes--Fort Orleans on the Missouri Historical Notes--Fort Orleans on the Missouri July//1881 Article questioning many possibilities for the site of the former Fort Orleans, built around 1724, including Lewis and Clark's account, considering it "washed away."

32. Historical Sketch of Kansas City, Mo., from the Beginning to 1909 Historical Sketch of Kansas City, Mo., from the Beginning to 1909 1911 History of the Kansas City area to its known origins, including the "more than probable" visit of white explorer Coronado in 1541.

33. History of the Kansa or Kaw Indians History of the Kansa or Kaw Indians 1908 Photos and article about the history of the Kansas Indians, also known as the Kaw Indians, with their "first recorded mention" in "the account of the explorations of Juan de Onate, who met them on our...

34. In Red-Letter Year, History Lives In Red-Letter Year, History Lives September 7, 2014 Article documents an event to celebrate the 175th anniversary of Platte County. The event took place at Platte Landing Park in Parkville, Missouri, on Saturday, September 6, 2014. The article states that...

35. In the Footsteps of the Third Spanish Expedition: James Mackay and John T. Evans's Impact on the Lewis In the Footsteps of the Third Spanish Expedition: James Mackay and John T. Evans's Impact on the Lewis and Clark Expedition Spring 2006 Author discusses how the Third Expedition of the Missouri Company, conducted in 1795 on behalf of the Spanish by James Mackay and John T. Evans, influenced Lewis and Clark in their preparations for the...

36. James MacKay: International Explorer James MacKay: International Explorer April 2008 The authors of this article state that the discovery of manuscript collections in both the New York Historical Society and the Illinois State Depository help to give evidence of MacKay's role in the country's...

37. Jefferson Looks Westward Jefferson Looks Westward Winter 2002 This is the first in a series of articles to appear over the next few years in commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the Louisiana Purchase and the Lewis and Clark expedition. This articles concerns...

38. John Colter John Colter 1971 Chapter about John Colter (ca. 1774-1813), a member of the Lewis and Clark expedition, "remembered as the white discoverer of that land of steaming wonders--The Yellowstone, now our oldest and largest...

39. John Newman: "A Man of Uncommon Activity and Bodily Strength" John Newman: "A Man of Uncommon Activity and Bodily Strength" November 2008 A member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition or Corps of Discovery, John Newman is primarily remembered for "his court martial and subsequent expulsion from the Corps of Discovery." The article relates the...

40. Journal of a Voyage Up the River Missouri; Performed in 1811 Journal of a Voyage Up the River Missouri; Performed in 1811 November//1816 Book review of "Journal of a Voyage Up the River Missouri; Performed in 1811" by Henry Marie Brackenridge, or Henry Brackenridge (a lawyer turned writer) about the book author's trip up the Missouri River...