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1. Another Version of the Origin of Kansas City "Goats" and "Rabbits" Another Version of the Origin of Kansas City "Goats" and "Rabbits" October/21/1927 Origin of the "goats" and "rabbits" terms claimed by a city government employee in 1902.

2. Biography of Joseph B. Shannon (1867-1943), Congressman Biography of Joseph B. Shannon (1867-1943), Congressman 1999

3. Dictionary of Missouri Biography Dictionary of Missouri Biography 1999 Biography of Joseph Shannon (1867-1943), the main political rival and partner of Jim and Tom Pendergast in Kansas City government's Democratic Party during the early years of the 20th century. Also national...

4. Gag Gag February/15/1935 Photo and political quotes of Joseph Shannon, federal representative from Missouri and former Jackson County machine politician for the Democratic Party.

5. Joseph B. Shannon Joseph B. Shannon Information on Joseph Shannon (1867-1943), a national representative from Missouri and a Jackson County Democratic Party rival of Tom Pendergast.

6. Joseph B. Shannon: Political Boss and Twentieth Century "Jeffersonian" Joseph B. Shannon: Political Boss and Twentieth Century "Jeffersonian" 1953 Dissertation toward a doctorate degree for Columbia University describing the career of political boss Joseph Shannon (1867-1943) and his struggles with and against fellow Jackson County, Missouri, Democratic...

7. Joseph Shannon Joseph Shannon Photos and information on Joseph Shannon (1867-1943) and his wife Celia Shannon (ca. 1872-1943), a lifelong Kansas Citian residing at 6025 Morningside Drive. Description of Joseph as a native of Saint...

8. K. C.: A History of Kansas City, Missouri K. C.: A History of Kansas City, Missouri //1978 Descriptions of Joseph Shannon (1867-1943), a Democratic political leader in late 19th and early 20th century Kansas City. Native of Saint Louis coming here in 1872 and becoming a political rival of Tom...

9. Kansas City--A City That Is Finding Itself Kansas City--A City That Is Finding Itself November//1906 Essay from British authors' point of view about Kansas City being economically prosperous and on the cutting edge, with photos of Joe Shannon, Frank Walsh, and E.M. Clendening.

10. Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present 1935 Biographical sketch of Joseph Shannon, a Missouri state representative and lawyer of Kansas City, born in Saint Louis in 1867 and coming here in 1905.

11. Origin of "Goats" and "Rabbits" Origin of "Goats" and "Rabbits" January/20/1924 Probably originating from "the hill" or the West Bluffs where many of the Irish following of James Pendergast lived and raised goats as pets. The accepted account is that one of the Shannon faction applied...

12. Peter J. Kelly Peter J. Kelly October/8/1934 Article about the end of Peter J. Kelly's term as right hand man for Shannon, the boss of the "rabbits."

13. William H. Murray and Joseph Shannon William H. Murray and Joseph Shannon circa 1930s William H. (Alfalfa) Murray, Governor of Oklahoma, and Joseph Shannon, Kansas City politician, outside Union Station.

14. William H. Murray and Joseph Shannon William H. Murray and Joseph Shannon circa 1930s William H. (Alfalfa) Murray, Governor of Oklahoma, and Joseph Shannon, Kansas City politician, outside Union Station.