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201. Towns in the ''Elbow Region'' of Missouri and Kansas Towns in the ''Elbow Region'' of Missouri and Kansas June 26, 1905 Chapter of book describing the development of towns in Kansas and Missouri along the Missouri River from St. Joseph to Kansas City. The early French trappers referred to this area where the flow of the...

202. Trailing Wilson Price Hunt's Astorians West Trailing Wilson Price Hunt's Astorians West October, 2005 Article retraces the overland journey of Pacific Fur Company founder Wilson Price Hunt and 55 others from Missouri to Astoria, Oregon in 1811 and 1812.

203. Westside: The Medicine Men of St. Joseph Westside: The Medicine Men of St. Joseph November-December//1984 Article about 19th century health care practices and facilities in Saint Joseph, Missouri, including physicians, treatments, nurses, sanitariums, etc., with illustrations.

204. What Became of the Daring Young Men of the Pony Express? What Became of the Daring Young Men of the Pony Express? December 2006 Gormley writes although "there is no authentic list available of all of the Pony Express riders," the Pony Express National Museum in Saint Joseph, Missouri, compiled a list of 188 names, but this should...

205. When Lincoln Was in Kansas When Lincoln Was in Kansas May/28/1905 Illustrations, portrait, and biographical article about Abraham Lincoln on his presidential campaign in Kansas in 1859. Description of his arrival in Saint Joseph, Missouri, and "first speech on Kansas...

206. William C. Connett, Jr. Papers Finding Aid William C. Connett, Jr. Papers Finding Aid 1851-1883 The Connett family is noted in the history of the St. Joseph and Sparta, Missouri, area. They had connections at one time with the meat-packing industry in St. Joseph, Missouri. Leonard L. Solomon was...

207. William G. Ostrander: Former Owner of Electric Company Was 66 William G. Ostrander: Former Owner of Electric Company Was 66 March/11/1956 Photo and obituary for William George Ostrander, or William Ostrander, "66, of 3210 Pennsylvania avenue," former owner of "the Ostrander Electric company here." Native of Saint Joseph, Missouri coming...

208. Winners of the West newspaper Winners of the West newspaper December-January//1923-1939 Entire run of the "Winners of the West" newspaper published in Saint Joseph, Missouri from December 1923 to January 1939 with the exception of some issues in the first six volumes. Called "[t]he only paper...

209. With Badges & Bullets: Lawmen & Outlaws in the Old West With Badges & Bullets: Lawmen & Outlaws in the Old West 1999 Photos and chapter of the book about Jesse James (1847-1882), a notorious outlaw involved in border warfare mostly surrounding the Kansas City area, born in Clay County, Missouri, and killed in Saint Joseph,...

210. World's First Ready-Mixed Food Was Made in Missouri World's First Ready-Mixed Food Was Made in Missouri Photos and a biographical article (undated photocopy) about Chris Rutt, "an editorial writer on the 'St. Joseph Gazette'" and co-inventor with Charles Underwood of "Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour" (with its...