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1. Bagnell Quadrangle Bagnell Quadrangle 1934 Topographical map of part of Miller County, Missouri, an area northeast of the Lake of the Ozarks. Map includes Osage River and Little Gravois Creek, as well as depicting tranmission lines, peaks, schools,...

2. Bates CO. Missouri Bates CO. Missouri n.d. 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...

3. Blue River, Boat Landing Blue River, Boat Landing Postcard of Boat Landing at Blue River

4. Early Days in Dallas County Early Days in Dallas County 1954 Story of the last visit and large hunting expedition by the Delaware and Osage Indians to their village "on the Big Niangua River where the Niangua empties into the Osage river" in 1846.

5. Fort Carondelet Fort Carondelet 1943 Short description of the building and maintenance of Fort Carondelet by the Chouteaus for their fur trade.

[Auguste] Chouteau obtained a monopoly of the Osage trade in 1794, and kept it until 1802....

6. Green Bay Terrace Quadrangle Green Bay Terrace Quadrangle 1959 Topographical map of the Lake of the Ozarks within Camden County, Missouri, including the Niangua and Little Niangua Arms of the lake, as well as the Osage River. Also shown are churches and schools, as...

7. Green Bay Terrace Quadrangle Green Bay Terrace Quadrangle 1934 Topographical map of the Lake of the Ozarks within Camden County, Missouri, including the Niangua and Little Niangua Arms of the lake, as well as the Osage River. Also shown are churches and schools, as...

8. Historical Resources Mitigation Volume I: We Remember the Rivers--An Oral History Survey of the River Historical Resources Mitigation Volume I: We Remember the Rivers--An Oral History Survey of the River Valleys in the Harry S. Dam and Reservoir Project, Missouri September 1980 Study of the history of the river valleys flooded by or closely affected by Truman Lake, created by a dam of the Osage River and its tributaries southeast of Kansas City. Includes oral interviews conducted...

9. Historical Resources Mitigation Volume II: Bridges over the Osage--Harry S. Truman Dam and Reservoir Historical Resources Mitigation Volume II: Bridges over the Osage--Harry S. Truman Dam and Reservoir Project, Missouri September 1980 Study of the history of the bridges across the Osage River and its tributaries built between 1895 and 1937, flooded by or closely affected by Truman Lake, southeast of Kansas City, gathered partially through...

10. History of the State of Kansas History of the State of Kansas //1883 Portrait and biographical sketch of Isaac Morris, a merchant in Shawnee County, Kansas. Born in Indiana in 1824 and moving to Kansas in 1857 as storekeeper and western trader, building "a saw mill on the...

11. Lincoln SE Quadrangle Lincoln SE Quadrangle 1959 Topographical map of Benton County, Missouri, including sections of the Osage River and the Lake of the Ozarks. Also depicted are fish hatcheries, churches, schools, cemeteries, and roads of varying grades....

12. Louis Vasquez, Mountain Man Louis Vasquez, Mountain Man December 1, 1958 Mention of "the old Harmony Mission on the Osage River," visited by mountain man Old Bill Williams in the mid-1800s, on a trading assignment from Fort Osage.

13. Map of Vernon Co. Mo. Map of Vernon Co. Mo. n.d. Civil War era map of Vernon County, Missouri showing roads, rivers and towns. Includes a chart for typical section numbering pattern and shows state and county lines. No map key is included.

14. Marking Missouri History Marking Missouri History 1998 History of the "Harmony Mission, a school for the [Osage] Indians of Missouri. ..on the north bank of the Osage River" in Bates County, Missouri, with a description of the Osage Indians and an illustration....

15. Marking Missouri History Marking Missouri History 1998 History of the construction of Bagnell Dam in Camden County, Missouri, the principal dam of the man-made Lake of the Ozarks, (becoming in 1931 "the largest man-made lake in the United States") on the Osage...

16. Missouriana--Fort Carondelet Missouriana--Fort Carondelet October//1940 Article about Fort Carondelet, the Spanish trading post of the Chouteaus, named after Baron de Carondelet, governor general of Louisiana" in 1794. Detailed description of the fort in Vernon County, Missouri,...

17. Missouriana--The Missouri Heritage of the West Part II: The Southwestern States Missouriana--The Missouri Heritage of the West Part II: The Southwestern States April//1939 Mention of Fort Carondelet, Missouri, a trading outpost held by the Chouteau family for the Spanish government in about 1802.

18. One Hundred Years on the Missouri River One Hundred Years on the Missouri River October/3/1921 Article about the history of steamboats on the Missouri and Osage Rivers, especially the early ones visiting Saint Louis and Kansas City, including the following: "Western Engineer" (page 21), "Zebulon...

19. Osceola, Land of Osage River Lore Osceola, Land of Osage River Lore July//1960 Description of the early history of the Missouri territory of the Osage Indians, especially in Saint Clair and Jackson Counties from 1719 to 1825.

20. Partie des Etats-Unis Partie des Etats-Unis 1825 Early map of Missouri and Illinois, apparently from a French atlas. Much of what is now eastern Kansas is also included, along with small sections of Kentucky and Tennessee. An early organization of Missouri...