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1. Biography of Joseph Parks (1794-1859), Shawnee Indian Chief Biography of Joseph Parks (1794-1859), Shawnee Indian Chief 2008

2. Captain Joseph Parks Captain Joseph Parks January 29, 1905 Mention of Captain Joseph Parks as "a Shawnee Indian chief" in Kansas Territory and father-in-law of the author's companion Donaldson.

3. Captain Joseph Parks House Captain Joseph Parks House File containing a photocopy of a pamphlet about the house (pictured) of Captain Joseph Parks (1794-1859), built in 1845 just west of the state line near the Shawnee Indian Mission and torn down in 1905....

4. Captain Joseph Parks: Chief of the Shawnee Indians [and] The Shawnee Treaty of 1832 Captain Joseph Parks: Chief of the Shawnee Indians [and] The Shawnee Treaty of 1832 June//1969 Photo and articles about Captain Joseph Parks (1794-1859) and the Shawnee Indian treaty of 1832. Description of Parks as a native of (probably) Michigan moving from Ohio with other Shawnee Indians to Kansas...

5. Elmer Swatzell Obituary Elmer Swatzell Obituary October/23/1952 Obituary for Elmer Swatzell, great-grandson of Captain Joseph Parks (a prominent 19th century Westport Indian), dying in 1952.

6. Elmer Swatzell Obituary Elmer Swatzell Obituary October/23/1952 Obituary for Elmer Swatzell (dying in 1952), great-grandson of Captain Joseph Parks, one-time chief of the Shawnee Indians.

7. 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 Descriptions and footnote about Captain Joseph Parks (1794-1859), "the leading spirit among the Shawnees" and "a member of the Masonic lodge at Westport, Mo." Chief of the Shawnee Indians and leader of...

8. Historic Westport: Captain Joseph Parks Historic Westport: Captain Joseph Parks August//1981 Biographical article about Captain Joseph Parks (1794-1859), "at one time chief of all the Shawnee Indians" and "a property owner in Rosedale in Kansas City, Kansas and in Westport." National interpreter...

9. Joseph Parks Joseph Parks Information on the ancestry of Captain Joseph Parks, a local Shawnee Indian chief, regarding his mixed Indian and Irish ancestry, changed family name from "Parke," etc.

10. Just to Keep the Record Straight Just to Keep the Record Straight September//1974 Article about the 1850 completion date for the building of Boone's Trading Post with information on Westport pioneers Major John Campbell, Albert Boone, and Captain Joseph Parks, et al.

11. Old Time Religion Old Time Religion December 1922 Description of Captain Joseph Parks, "a hero of the Seminole War in Florida" in command of Shawnee Indians and "a notable attendant at these religious services at Shawnee Mission and Westport." Also portrait...

12. The Biography of a Neighborhood The Biography of a Neighborhood April//1995 Brief item describing the life of Joseph Parks. Parks came to own 1290 acres of land straddling Wyandotte and Johnson Counties as a result of the Treaty of 1854 with the Shawnee Indians.

13. The Biography of a Neighborhood The Biography of a Neighborhood April//1995 Drawing and description of the home of Joseph Parks. His "substantial brick house" is believed to have been built in 1845 at what is now Shawnee Mission Parkway and State Line Road.

14. The Provisional Government of Nebraska Territory and the Journals of William Walker The Provisional Government of Nebraska Territory and the Journals of William Walker 1899 One paragraph about the death in 1859 of Captain Joseph Parks, chief of the Shawnee Indians, questioning his ethnic origins.

15. The Shawnee Indians: Their Customs, Traditions, and Folk-Lore [and] Captain Joseph Parks, Shawnee Indian The Shawnee Indians: Their Customs, Traditions, and Folk-Lore [and] Captain Joseph Parks, Shawnee Indian Chief 1908 Photos and articles about the traditions of the Shawnee Indians and their leaders such as Chief Charles Bluejacket and Captain Joseph Parks of Kansas.