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1. A Brief History of the Six Mile Territory A Brief History of the Six Mile Territory Fall//2002 This article was first printed in the Six Mile Baptist Cookbook. It gives the early history of the area, including notes about the Osage Indians, Fort Osage, Sibley, and what took place in the "six-mile"...

2. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo. 1896 Biographical sketch of John Pryor, "postmaster and merchant of Buckner, Missouri." Born in Crawford County, Missouri in 1832 and moving to Sibley, Missouri in 1853 as a store clerk before moving to Buckner...

3. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo. 1896 Biographical sketch of Thomas Pemberton, Sr. "of Fort Osage township," Jackson County, Missouri. Born in Georgia in 1827 and moving to Sibley, Missouri about 1850 as a brick manufacturer and farmer.

4. A Pioneer Remembers A Pioneer Remembers November 1965 Autobiographical article about Edmund Lee, a western freighter born about 1841 in West Virginia as "a cousin of General Robert E. Lee" and moving to Sibley, Missouri, in 1853.

5. A Rare Find from Fort Osage A Rare Find from Fort Osage October - December 2003 Report of archaeological work at Fort Osage undertaken on February 28, 2003, and the results of the finds, including a "piece of eight," a segment of a silver Spanish 8 real. It also includes a brief overview...

6. A Snapshot of Historic Preservation, Jackson County 2001 A Snapshot of Historic Preservation, Jackson County 2001 Spring//2001 Photos and article about the history of Jackson County historic preservation, "specifically the preservation of historic buildings, sites and structures," and especially growing since the 1960s. Definitions...

7. Archibald Gamble Archibald Gamble October 3, 1921 Descriptions of Judge Archibald Gamble (a Jackson County judge and husband of Louise Sibley, daughter of Dr. John Sibley in Sibley, Missouri) and his brother Hamilton Gamble, "the war governor of Missouri."...

8. Civil War at Sibley: Emily Steele's Letters Tell of Pillage and Northeast Jackson County Tragedies Civil War at Sibley: Emily Steele's Letters Tell of Pillage and Northeast Jackson County Tragedies Fall//1980 Article about letters from Emily Steele in northeast Jackson County, including Sibley, Missouri, about skirmishes and other tragic events during the Civil War.

9. Civil War at Sibley: Emily Steele's Letters Tell of Pillage and Northeast Jackson County Tragedies Civil War at Sibley: Emily Steele's Letters Tell of Pillage and Northeast Jackson County Tragedies Fall//1980 Photo (of Emily Steele) and article with excerpted letters by Emily Steele (wife of Colonel Albert Gallatin Steele) about burning, pillaging, and depopulating of Sibley, Missouri, in northeast Jackson...

10. Dear Brother: Letters of William Clark to Jonathan Clark Dear Brother: Letters of William Clark to Jonathan Clark 2002 This page contains a letter written by William Clark from St. Louis on October 1st, 1808, in which William Clark mentions going to "Fire prarie", present day Sibley, Missouri, to build a fort (Fort Osage)....

11. Early Sibley Settlers Early Sibley Settlers October 3, 1921 Descriptions of Samuel Hudson, William Hudspeth, and Newton Scott, settlers of the Sibley, Missouri, area, and their families. Description of Hudson as a farmer, Civil War veteran, and former Jackson County...

12. Fort Osage Fort Osage January-February (Winter)//1976 Large color photos and article about the restoration (reconstruction) of Fort Osage in northeastern Jackson County, Missouri, from the 1940s to the 1970s, directed by "archaeologist J. W. Hendron." History...

13. Fort Osage Fort Osage 1987 Photo and history of Fort Osage, "the first United States government outpost in Louisiana Territory," selected for its site on the Lewis and Clark expedition in 1804 and established in 1808, supervised...

14. Fort Osage and George Champlin Sibley Fort Osage and George Champlin Sibley 1964 Article about the life of George Sibley, the first "appointed United States factor, or trader at Fort Osage in 1808," including the operation of the fort until 1822 and later events such as the foundation...

15. Fort Osage at Sibley, Missouri Fort Osage at Sibley, Missouri File contains among many other items a portrait of Pierre Chouteau, Jr., the father of Francois Chouteau.

16. Fort Osage, 1808/1827 Fort Osage, 1808/1827 October-November//1968 Illustrations and article about Fort Osage, a reconstructed fort on the site of the original (built in 1808 by William Clark) at Sibley, Missouri in northeastern Jackson County.

17. Fort Osage: First Settlement in Jackson County Fort Osage: First Settlement in Jackson County October 3, 1921 Article about the history of Fort Osage, commonly known as the first white settlement in Jackson County, Missouri, from 1808 to 1827. Discussion of the events before 1808 leading to its establishment and...

18. George Champlin Sibley George Champlin Sibley Summer//1995 Illustration (of Fort Osage) and biographical article about George Champlin Sibley, or George Sibley (1782-1863), factor or Indian agent of Fort Osage in eastern Jackson County, Missouri from its erection...

19. George Sibley George Sibley Manuscript (number 7) about George Champlain Sibley, or George Sibley (1782-1863), factor or head of Fort Osage and namesake of the nearby Jackson County town of Sibley, Missouri. Native of Massachusetts...

20. Grave Finally Marked: Zenas Leonard, Trailblazer, Given Marker at Sibley Grave Finally Marked: Zenas Leonard, Trailblazer, Given Marker at Sibley April//1976 Photo and article about the new grave marker for Zenas Leonard (1809-1857), an Indian trader and "village storekeeper" in Sibley, Missouri, and his wife Isabel Harrelson Leonard, or Isabel Leonard (1825-1851)....