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1. A Culture Lives On in Dyer Collection A Culture Lives On in Dyer Collection February 1, 2004 This article describes the Dyer Collection of Indian artifacts currently owned by the Kansas City Musuem. The collection was amassed by Col. Daniel B. Dyer and his wife Ida during the late 19th century....

2. A Look at Some of the Work of J. Mett Shippee: Digging for the Relics and History of Clay County's Early A Look at Some of the Work of J. Mett Shippee: Digging for the Relics and History of Clay County's Early Indians February//1981 File containing a biographical article with maps, illustrations, and information about J. Mett Shippee, an archaeology book author and "research associate for the Department of Anthropology at the University...

3. A Preliminary Survey of Missouri Archaeology, Part IV: Ancient Cultures and Sequence A Preliminary Survey of Missouri Archaeology, Part IV: Ancient Cultures and Sequence December//1948 Fourth article in a series about the sequence of ancient people and animal remains found in Missouri, including the "first instance of man-made objects found with extinct animal remains. ..in 1838," with...

4. American Indian Artist Seeks to Retain Identity American Indian Artist Seeks to Retain Identity April/21/1971 File containing a photo and biographical article about Antowine Warrior, a "young Sauk-Fox Indian" and Indian artifact collector and artist of Kansas City, Kansas.

5. Ancient Pottery Found in Missouri Mounds Ancient Pottery Found in Missouri Mounds October//1878 Article describing the artistic value of the pottery of the mound-building Indians of the Midwest and Missouri, with illustrations.

6. Archaeological Investigations in Jefferson County, Missouri Archaeological Investigations in Jefferson County, Missouri December//1949 Article describing undated remains of Indian villages and grave sites in Jefferson County, Missouri, south of Saint Louis, with map and illustrations.

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8. Archaeology--Age of "Prehistoric" Remains Found at Kansas City, and of the Races of Men Associated with Archaeology--Age of "Prehistoric" Remains Found at Kansas City, and of the Races of Men Associated with Them June 1877 Address presented before the Kansas City Academy of Science about Osage Indian relics including a chert arrow head found at the site of an extinct lake at Missouri and Troost Avenues.

9. Archaeology--New Mound Discoveries Archaeology--New Mound Discoveries May//1878 Article about the history of North American Indian art and culture in the present United States, with examples in the Warrensburg, Missouri, area of Aztec-related Indian artifacts.

10. Archaeology: Quivira Province Located in Southern Kansas Archaeology: Quivira Province Located in Southern Kansas February/7/1942 Article about the archaeological evidence of the visit to central and southern Kansas in the mid-1500s by Spanish explorer Francisco Coronado, as discovered by Smithsonian Institute scientist Waldo Wedel...

11. At Kansas City Museum: Dyer Indian Collection One of Finest At Kansas City Museum: Dyer Indian Collection One of Finest Fall 1971 Article about Colonel Daniel Dyer (1849-1912), or "Daniel Burns Dyer, a soldier, frontiersman, government Indian agent, capitalist, journalist, street car magnate and antiquary. ..best remembered by Kansas...

12. Beads of the Plains Fur Trade, 1775-1875 Beads of the Plains Fur Trade, 1775-1875 Winter 1998 Photograph and accompanying article that describe a portion of the Museum of the Fur Trade's Native American bead collection. The article describes how various tribes involved with the upper-Missouri River...

13. Collection Presented to Art Gallery Collection Presented to Art Gallery September//1950 Reprint from the Kansas City Star about the presentation in 1950 to the Nelson Gallery of Art of the Indian art collection of Colonel Daniel Anthony ("the brother of Susan B. Anthony, of suffrage fame"),...

14. Daniel B. Dyer Daniel B. Dyer Information about Daniel Dyer, a 19th century Indian agent with his collection of Indian artifacts, "the largest private collection of North American Indian relics," housed in the Kansas City Public Library...

15. Documenting Missouri Archaeology in Highways and Transportation Documenting Missouri Archaeology in Highways and Transportation January//1984 Article about the "close cooperation among the Highway and Transportation Department, the Missouri Archaeological Society, and the University of Missouri" in designating areas "of cultural or historical...

16. Early Spanish Explorations and Indian Implements in Kansas Early Spanish Explorations and Indian Implements in Kansas 1904 Photos, illustrations, maps, and article about early Spanish explorations and Indian implements in Kansas. Depiction of the routes of Francisco Coronado (in 1541) from New Mexico to "Quivira" (near present-day...

17. Exploring the Past at Van Meter State Park Exploring the Past at Van Meter State Park August//1961 Article about "the University of Missouri's unique archeological research and interpretive center, established in Van Meter park in 1959," "near Miami, Missouri," and its extensive Missouri Indian and...

18. Faces of the Past: The Beautiful People Faces of the Past: The Beautiful People May 1991 Photo and description of Gregg Stock, director "of the Kansas City Museum" from 1970 to 1980 after graduating from Rockhurst High School and before moving "to Santa Fe to head the Old Santa Fe Association...

19. Far-Ranging Museum Pioneers: Two Who Served Kansas City Win Wide Acclaim Far-Ranging Museum Pioneers: Two Who Served Kansas City Win Wide Acclaim May/11/1966 Photos and descriptions of John Forbes and Kenneth Prescott, the first and second directors of the Kansas City Museum. Description of Prescott as captain of PT109 during its rescue of John F. Kennedy during...

20. 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...