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361. The Dress of the First Voyageurs, 1650-1715 The Dress of the First Voyageurs, 1650-1715 Summer 2000 Article summarizes the typical dress and appearance of French-Canadian explorers of New France during the years 1650-1715. The following topics are covered: body ornamentation (beards and tattoos), summer...

362. The Eagles Have Landed in Lawrence The Eagles Have Landed in Lawrence February 16, 2004 Report on migrating bald eagles who have gathered in droves at the Kansas River near the Lawrence Riverfront Plaza. Each winter, Kansas usually gets about 1,200 bald eagles, and Missouri more than 2,000....

363. The Far Horizons of Jim Bridger The Far Horizons of Jim Bridger Winter 2003 Originally published in The Denver Post, August 27, 1972, the article portrays a 70 year-old Bridger and reflections on his past.

364. The First Permanent Courthouse for Wyandotte County The First Permanent Courthouse for Wyandotte County Winter 2001 Author describes the first ''permanent'' courthouse in Wyandotte County. The courthouse, which stood at 7th and Minnesota Avenue, was a three-story, brick, Italianate building.

365. The Junction The Junction 1895 Distant winter view looking north.

366. The Military and Kansas History The Military and Kansas History Winter 2004-2005 This bibliographic article is part of the magazine's "Review Essay Series". The author gives a thorough survey of the traditional literature dealing with military history in Kansas. He also analyzes the...

367. The Noble Wife of the Late Champion of Freedom The Noble Wife of the Late Champion of Freedom Winter 2012-2013 Mary Brown, widow of abolitionist John Brown, was the guest of honor at a reception held at the statehouse in Topeka, Kansas on November 15, 1882. The article provides a biography of Mary Brown's life...

368. The Place Where All Men Strive To Be: Harry S. Truman on the Eve of the 1934 Senate Campaign The Place Where All Men Strive To Be: Harry S. Truman on the Eve of the 1934 Senate Campaign Fall 2004; Winter 2004/2005 Two-part series detailing Harry S. Truman's early political career including his two terms as Presiding Judge of Jackson County, Missouri. In the early 1930s Truman "began to write long memorandums to...

369. The Popular Ideology of Segregated Schooling: Attitudes toward the Education of Blacks in Kansas, 1854-1900 The Popular Ideology of Segregated Schooling: Attitudes toward the Education of Blacks in Kansas, 1854-1900 Winter 1978 Photos and article about segregated education in later 19th century Kansas. Well-documented essay exploring "the grass-roots attitudes toward the schooling of black Americans in Kansas, a Great Plains...

370. The Slightly Changing Face of Mission Hills The Slightly Changing Face of Mission Hills Winter 2011 Article detailing the 2010 Census report figures that show "Mission Hills is increasingly female, a little older and a bit more diverse." The data shows fewer children and more people over the age of 62...

371. The United States Army in the Kansas Border Troubles, 1855-1856 The United States Army in the Kansas Border Troubles, 1855-1856 Winter, 1966 In the first paragraph of the article, the author poses these questions: "To what extent was the army used as a peace-maintaining force and to what degree was it truly neutral? If the army was relatively...

372. The Way We Were The Way We Were Winter 2002 Article describes rehabilitation efforts underway in 2002 at the Shawnee Indian Mission State Historic Site in Johnson County, Kansas. The project, which includes reinterpretation of exhibits as well as...

373. Things Looking Up for Building Things Looking Up for Building July 27, 2011 The 130-year old Cosby Hotel building at Ninth Street and Baltimore Avenue has been purchased by the Sunflower Development Group. The firm's principals, Lon Booher and Jason Swords, plan to convert the...

374. This Must Have Been A Grand Sight, George Bent and the Battle of Platte Bridge This Must Have Been A Grand Sight, George Bent and the Battle of Platte Bridge Winter 2010 Article gives a brief history of George Bent, son of William Bent and Owl Woman, and an account of the Battle of Platte Bridge. This particular battle is "of interest because we have a detailed description...

375. Thomas L. Smith (Peg-Leg) Thomas L. Smith (Peg-Leg) 1997 Chapter on Thomas L. Smith or referred to as Peg-Leg Smith. He was born in Garrard County, Kentucky on October 10, 1801. Smith started his western encounters after meeting Antoine Robidoux at a council...

376. Thomas Swope Memorial Thomas Swope Memorial 1930 Partial side and rear view, in winter, located in Swope Park.

377. Thomas Swope Memorial Thomas Swope Memorial 1930 Partial frontal and side view, in winter, located in Swope Park.

378. Thomas Swope Memorial Thomas Swope Memorial 1930 Looking west from memorial, in winter, located in Swope Park.

379. Trading Gray for Blue: Ex-Confederates Hold the Upper Missouri For the Union Trading Gray for Blue: Ex-Confederates Hold the Upper Missouri For the Union Winter 2005 Confederate prisoners of war were allowed to enlist in the Union Army. Troops were needed along the Upper Missouri to protect forts and make peace with the Indians. The First U.S. Volunteer Infantry Regiment...

380. Transportation Photograph Scrapbook Finding Aid Transportation Photograph Scrapbook Finding Aid 1910-1917 (bulk 1915) The collection includes 549 negatives and 318 original prints of images taken in the 1910s focusing on railroads and transportation and rural and urban life. The geographic scope is the Midwest, primarily...