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1. Zumwalt's Fort: An Archaeological Study of Frontier Process in Missouri Zumwalt's Fort: An Archaeological Study of Frontier Process in Missouri December 1979 Three chapters of an extensive article concerning the remains found at Fort Zumwalt of Indian Artifacts and artifacts of the Zumwalt family (headed by Jacob Zumwalt) and Heald family (headed by Nathan...

2. Zion's Daughter: Nineteenth Century Missouri Experiences of a Mormon Woman--Mary Elizabeth Rollins Zion's Daughter: Nineteenth Century Missouri Experiences of a Mormon Woman--Mary Elizabeth Rollins Summer-Autumn, 2002 Description of early Moromonism and the 1838 Mormon War in Missouri from the point of view of Mary Elizabeth Rollins, a New Yorker who became a follower of Joseph Smith Jr. in Kirtland, Ohio.

3. Zion in Her Desolation Zion in Her Desolation April//1912 Article about the expulsion of the Latter Day Saints from Jackson County, Missouri, in 1833 and 1863 by Jackson County officials and Federal forces, partly over "the question of slavery."

4. Zebulon Pike Zebulon Pike Portraits, photos, and information on Captain Zebulon Montgomery Pike, or Zebulon Pike (ca. 1779-1813), "the discoverer of Pike's Peak in Colorado" in 1806 and an early western explorer "regarding this...

5. Your Kansas City and Mine Your Kansas City and Mine 1997 (first edition 1950) History of the "Wayne Minor Post No. 149 of the American Legion" established "in Kansas City in September, 1919" and "named after Pvt. Wayne Minor, a [black] native Missourian, who was killed in action...

6. Your Kansas City and Mine Your Kansas City and Mine 1950 Photos and biographical sketch of Dr. John Edward Perry, or J. Edward Perry (1870-1962), an early local black physician and founder of the Perry Sanitarium and Training School for Nurses at 1214 Vine Street...

7. Yom HaShoah Ceremony Marks 45th Year of Sculpture Yom HaShoah Ceremony Marks 45th Year of Sculpture April 11, 2008 A ceremony on May 4, 2008, commemorates the 45th anniversary of the dedication of the Memorial to the Six Million, an aluminum sculpture located on the Jewish Community Campus. The sculpture was originally...

8. YMCA Building YMCA Building Postcard of the YMCA Building

9. Year Book of the Society of Sons of the Revolution in the State of Missouri Year Book of the Society of Sons of the Revolution in the State of Missouri 1900 Photo and bio of Major Junius Wilson MacMurray, or Junius MacMurray (1844-1898), a Union Civil War officer and native of Missouri.

10. Year Book of the Society of Sons of the Revolution in the State of Missouri Year Book of the Society of Sons of the Revolution in the State of Missouri 1898 Biographical sketch of James Rollins (1841-1883), a native and Union Civil War veteran donating an athletic field to the University of Missouri and dying in Saint Louis.

11. Wyandotte Heritage: Doughboy Statue Moved from Wyandotte to Leavenworth Wyandotte Heritage: Doughboy Statue Moved from Wyandotte to Leavenworth February//1980 File contains an article about the Doughboy Statue, a memorial to World War I veterans in Wyandotte County, Kansas, being moved to Leavenworth, Kansas, with photo.

12. WWI Veteran Dies WWI Veteran Dies April 5, 2005 Article states that the last of three World War I veterans who attended the 2002 rededication of the Liberty Memorial has died. His name was Fred Robb and he died last week in Springfield, Missouri, at...

13. WWI Museum's New Relic is a Real Veteran WWI Museum's New Relic is a Real Veteran November 3, 2007 The Liberty Memorial Association has struck a deal with a private collector in Missoula, Montana, to purchase a French-made FT-17 tank for $225,000. The 7.15 ton vehicle saw battle on the Western Front...

14. WWI Memorial Bill Has KC Up in Arms WWI Memorial Bill Has KC Up in Arms September 24, 2008 Congressman Ted Poe of Texas has requested the creation of a World War I memorial on the National Mall in Washington D.C. even though Congress designated Kansas City's Liberty Memorial as the National...

15. WWI Commission Chooses Chairman WWI Commission Chooses Chairman September 14, 2013 Brief article announces that U.S. Representative Ike Skelton has been elected as chairman of the national World War I Centennial Commission.

16. Wright County Wright County File contains an article about the history of the town of Mountain Grove, Missouri, originally known as Hickory Springs, in Wright County.

17. Wreckage of Confederate Gunboat Is Discovered Wreckage of Confederate Gunboat Is Discovered September/22/1964 File contains reference to the Grampus Confederate gunboat.

18. Wornall, Majors Museums Join Forces Wornall, Majors Museums Join Forces December 15, 2010 Beginning January 1, 2011, the John Wornall House Museum and Alexander Majors Historic House and Museum will merge to become the Wornall-Majors House Museums. It is hoped that by sharing one executive...

19. Wornall Home Has Historic Past Wornall Home Has Historic Past July//1963 Photo of the Wornall Home and description of its invasion during the Civil War by "the notorious Col. Charles R. Jennison, Red Leg raider" (also known as Charles Jennison, leader of Jennison's Jayhawkers...

20. Wornall Home Has Historic Past Wornall Home Has Historic Past July//1963 Photos and story about the Confederate landholders and mansion owners of the Kansas City area, including John Wornall and his Wornall home, who hospitalized Rebels during the Civil War and were in turn...