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1. Dr. J. W. Parker Account Books Finding Aid Dr. J. W. Parker Account Books Finding Aid 1851-1872 (bulk 1856-1872) Dr. J. W. Parker was called John as well as James and settled in Westport, Missouri, in 1851 where he practiced medicine among the white settlers and the Shawnee, Wyandotte, and Delaware Indians. During...

2. Dr. J. W. Parker Is Dead: Came Here in 1853 and Located in Old Westport Dr. J. W. Parker Is Dead: Came Here in 1853 and Located in Old Westport March/3/1907 Portrait and obituary for Dr. J. W. Parker, or John Parker (1822-1907), an early Westport physician and "one of the pioneer residents of Kansas City," dying at the age of 85 "at his home, 305 Union Avenue,...

3. Dr. John Parker Dr. John Parker Information on Dr. John Parker (1822-1907), a physician and wagon freighter (sometimes known as James Parker) coming to Westport in 1853 and practicing medicine on Jim Bridger, Louis Vasquez, Albert Boone,...

4. Louis Vasquez, Mountain Man Louis Vasquez, Mountain Man December//1958 Mention of Dr. John Parker (1822-1907) as "[t]he physician of Westport during that pre-Civil War period," with his house "still occupied as a home at this writing (1958)." Parker (sometimes known as James...

5. Meeker, Jotham Meeker, Jotham Information on Jotham Meeker (1804-1855), a missionary and printer native to Ohio and moving to the Shawnee Mission in Kansas Territory in 1833 as an Indian linguist. Also a duplicate of the original letter...

6. Requiem For a Frontier Physician: James W. Parker, M.D., Doctor To the Wagon Trains and Mountaineers Requiem For a Frontier Physician: James W. Parker, M.D., Doctor To the Wagon Trains and Mountaineers of Old Westport 1980 A 10 page typewritten article which includes bibliographical references. Cover sheet with article indicates the article was accepted for publication in two medical related journals.