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201. SC146 Land Deeds Collection SC146 Land Deeds Collection 1845-1888 The Land Deeds Collection is an artificial collection that includes six deeds of sale for land in Kansas and Missouri made between 1860 and 1888. Also included is a note of the estate of T. Oldheim from...

202. SC164 KCPL Reference Hard to Find Collection SC164 KCPL Reference Hard to Find Collection 1980 – 2005, bulk 1990s The materials within the KCPL Reference Hard to Find (HTF) Collection were compiled by Kansas City Public Library reference librarians and staff members to provide an easy to access source of information...

203. Shawnee Baptist Mission Shawnee Baptist Mission File contains a reprint or facsimile of one page of the "Shawnee Sun," published at the Shawnee Baptist Mission for Indians, the first newspaper printed in Kansas.

204. Shawnee Baptist Mission Shawnee Baptist Mission File containing a photocopy of one page of the "Shawnee Sun" newspaper of the 19th century Shawnee Baptist Mission, edited by Dr. Johnston Lykins.

205. Tales of an Old-Timer: The Remembrances of John Calvin McCoy Tales of an Old-Timer: The Remembrances of John Calvin McCoy August 2000 An excerpt from McCoy's "Tales of an Old-Timer" in which he recalls various people who were important in the early history of Kansas City and Westport. Originally published in the February 15, 1879 Kansas...

206. The Commonwealth of Missouri; A Centennial Record The Commonwealth of Missouri; A Centennial Record //1877 Biographical sketch of Martha A. "Mattie" Lykins, or Mattie Lykins, the wife of Dr. Johnston Lykins and later wife of artist George Caleb Bingham. Description of her life up to 1877, born in 1824 in Kentucky...

207. The Complete Writings of Thomas Say on the Entomology of North America The Complete Writings of Thomas Say on the Entomology of North America February 1, 1905 Handwritten message by the book's former owner, William Lykins, about the second volume of this book being burned in Quantrill's raid on Lawrence in 1863.Written on the flyleaf: "The Second Volume of this...

208. The Delaware Indians in Kansas--1829-1867 The Delaware Indians in Kansas--1829-1867 September//1955 Mention of Dr. Johnston Lykins as an associate of Reverend Isaac McCoy hiring Ira Blanchard as a teacher at the Shawnee Misison in 1831.

209. The Delaware Indians in Kansas--1829-1867 The Delaware Indians in Kansas--1829-1867 September//1955 Description of "a young man, Ira Blanchard, from benevolent motives," working with the Delaware Indians individually in translating their language in 1831. Later joining the Indian missions of Reverend...

210. The First Baptist Church of Westport The First Baptist Church of Westport October 1924 Mention of "Julia Lykins (Mrs. Theo. S. Case)," "Sarah Lykins (Mrs. [Egbert] Russell)," and "Elder Gabriel Fitzhugh" as members of the early Baptist Church of Westport.

211. The First Baptist Church of Westport The First Baptist Church of Westport October 1924 Mention of A. B. Earle and David Lykins as "[a]mong the historic names early associated with" the early Baptist Church in Kansas City.

212. The Hill the City Left Behind: Only Jessamine Remains to Mark Sites on Pearl Street Where Pioneers Built The Hill the City Left Behind: Only Jessamine Remains to Mark Sites on Pearl Street Where Pioneers Built Mansions Seventy-five Years Ago September/17/1922 Article about the family mansions on the hill of Pearl Street in 19th century Kansas City, including those of Mrs. William Chick, Mrs. Joseph Guinotte (Aimee Guinotte), Mrs. Patrick Shannon, Mrs. Jesse...

213. The Methodist Shawnee Mission in Johnson County, Kansas, 1830-1862 The Methodist Shawnee Mission in Johnson County, Kansas, 1830-1862 January//1956 Description of Dr. Johnston Lykins working with his father-in-law, Reverend Isaac McCoy, in "establish[ing] a Baptist mission for the Shawnees some six months later than the Methodists" with "the distinction...

214. The Northeast News Second Annual Community Betterment Awards 2001: Lykins Neighborhood The Northeast News Second Annual Community Betterment Awards 2001: Lykins Neighborhood April/18/2001 Photo and biographical description of Harold Dellinger, former president of the Lykins Neighborhood Association and writer of the Lykins Neighborhood Guidebook. Native of "small-town Missouri" coming to...

215. The Old Santa Fe Trail from the Missouri River The Old Santa Fe Trail from the Missouri River 1951 One paragraph about the first postmaster of Westport, Johnston Lykins, before the incorporation of Westport, listing the post office near it as "Shawnee."

216. The Reverend Isaac McCoy The Reverend Isaac McCoy October 3, 1921 Description of "the first printing press west of the Missouri River" printing in 1832 "a newspaper called the Shawanoe Sun [sic], edited by Dr. Johnston Lykins and printed by Jotham Meeker."

217. 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 Biographical sketch of Dr. Johnston Lykins (1800-1876), a pioneer missionary, printer, postmaster, physician, realtor, and mayor of Kansas City, born in Virginia and coming to the Kansas City area in 1831....

218. Townhome Builder Likes Lykins Townhome Builder Likes Lykins October 26, 2005 A 12.8 acre site at 9th and Van Brunt is being considered by Odessey Residential Holdings as a place to build 66 townhomes. The area is in the Lykins Neighborhood. There could be soil contamination and...

219. Union Cemetery Union Cemetery December 1922 Mention of the burial sites of George Caleb Bingham, "Kansas City's first artist, a man of national renown," missionary Dr. Johnston Lykins, and wife of both, Mrs. George C. (Mattie) Bingham, at Union...

220. Union Cemetery Tour Union Cemetery Tour June 5, 1905 A Union Cemetery tour guide booklet prepared for docents/guides for a tour in 1983. Additional commentary supplementing Mr. Goff's remarks by Fred L. Lee. Includes information on Thomas Smart, Alexander...