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1. A Century in Print: The Newspaper Business in Johnson County, 1860-1960 A Century in Print: The Newspaper Business in Johnson County, 1860-1960 Winter 2001 Detailed article about the history of news publishing in Johnson County, Kansas. "In no other state's history has the press played such an active and pervasive role in community life. This is evident in...

2. A Mission Teacher's Letter A Mission Teacher's Letter October 1924 One of six articles about the Methodist Shawnee Mission, this is a verbatim transcription of a letter written on May 6, 1850, by a teacher at the Indian Manual Laboring School that was part of the Shawnee...

3. A Visit to the Shawnee Methodist Mission in Shawnee Mission, Kansas A Visit to the Shawnee Methodist Mission in Shawnee Mission, Kansas Manuscript (number 6) about the history of the Shawnee Methodist Mission for the Shawnee Indians in present-day Johnson County, Kansas, established in 1830 by Thomas Johnson.

4. A Witness of the Times A Witness of the Times Spring 2004 Description of various existing landmarks of Territorial Kansas.

5. Addenda Addenda 1912 One paragraph about the birth of Susanna Adams Dillon, or Susannah Yoacham Dillon, the first white child born at the Methodist Shawnee mission in Kansas in 1830.

6. Being Shawnee in Territorial Kansas Being Shawnee in Territorial Kansas Spring 2004 In-depth article about the Shawnee Reserve, Kansas-Nebraska act in 1854, missionaries, and white settlers encroaching on Indian lands.

7. Biography of Nathan Scarritt (1821-1890), Methodist Minister and Teacher Biography of Nathan Scarritt (1821-1890), Methodist Minister and Teacher 2007

8. Biography of Thomas Johnson (1802-1865), Methodist Minister and Missionary Biography of Thomas Johnson (1802-1865), Methodist Minister and Missionary 2003

9. Campbell's Gazetteer of Missouri Campbell's Gazetteer of Missouri //1875 Biographical sketch of Dr. Johnston Lykins, a physician born in Virginia in 1800 and leaving for the West in 1829 as a Baptist missionary, arriving at the Shawnee Indian Mission on the Kansas side of Kansas...

10. 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....

11. DAR, Elizabeth Benton Chapter Scrapbook Finding Aid DAR, Elizabeth Benton Chapter Scrapbook Finding Aid 1921 A Kansas City Times article dated Nov. 12, 1979, stated that the Elizabeth Benton DAR chapter, located in Kansas City, Mo., was the first Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution formed west...

12. Early Schools of Jackson County Early Schools of Jackson County December 1922 Descriptions of Reverend Thomas Johnson as founder of the Manual Training School for Indians at the Shawnee Indian Mission (in Johnson County, Kansas) and of Jefferson Johnson as the founder of the Highland...

13. Extracts from Wesley Browning's Journal Extracts from Wesley Browning's Journal October 1924 Brief description of "Sallie Gore of Bluejacket P. O., Okla., eldest daughter of Charles Bluejacket," writing a letter about the tearing down of "[t]he old log church" at the Shawnee Indian mission after...

14. Extracts from Wesley Browning's Journal Extracts from Wesley Browning's Journal October 1924 Entries selected by the author from the journal of Wesley Browning, an official at the Indian Manual Labor School of the Methodist Shawnee Indian mission in Johnson County, Kansas, starting in 1839.

15. Extracts from Wesley Browning's Journal Extracts from Wesley Browning's Journal October 1924 Mentionings of David Kinnear as a missionary at the Indian Manual Labor School in 1839 at the Shawnee Indian Mission with Reverend Thomas Johnson.

16. Few Funds for Upkeep of Kansas Historic Sites Few Funds for Upkeep of Kansas Historic Sites December 29, 2003 Discussion of lack of funds to keep historic sites in good repair for visitors. Focus on the Grinter Place, 1420 S. 78th St., Kansas City, Kansas. It includes a chart, "Site Attendance," listing 17 major...

17. First Shawnee Indian Mission First Shawnee Indian Mission 1935 Chapter of the book about the first Shawnee Indian mission in Kansas, one mile southwest of Turner, Kansas, with an illustration of the "[b]uilding erected in 1830 by Thomas Johnson" there.

18. First White Children Born in Kansas First White Children Born in Kansas 1906 Chronology of the first white children born in Kansas, starting in 1828 and including the first white child born at the Methodist Shawnee Indian mission in 1830, "Susanna Adams Dillon," or Susannah Yoacham...

19. Gone but Not Forgotten: William Hall Richardson Lykins Gone but Not Forgotten: William Hall Richardson Lykins Winter 1996 Portrait and biographical article about William Hall Richardson Lykins (ca. 1828-1893), "pioneer and scientist" residing at 414 West 13th Street in Kansas City. Description of his life and career as a...

20. 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 One reference and an entire chapter of the book, including photos, about the White Church and its neighborhood in Wyandotte County, Kansas, the first church in Kansas as part of the Methodist Indian mission...