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HISTORY OF MISSOURI.

CHAPTER I.

Page

Page.

Supreme Court Judges-Counties Organ-

LOUISIANA PURCHASE, - Brief Historical

ized-Capital Moved to St. Charles-Omi-

Sketch........

cial Record of Territorial and State Offi-

cers.......................

... 35

CHAPTER II.

DESCRIPTIVE AND GEOGRAPHICAL.--Name

CHAPTER VIII.

- Extent-Surface- Rivers -- Timber

CIVIL WAR IN MISSOURI. -- Fort Sumter

Climate-Prairies-Soils—Population by

Fired Upon-Call for 75,000 Men-Gov-

Counties..

13 ernor Jackson Refuses to Furnish a Man

-U. S. Arsenal at Liberty, Missouri,

CHAPTER III.

Seized--Proclamation of Governor Jack-

GEOLOGY OF MISSOURI.- Classification of

son - General Order No. 7 --Legislature

Rocks--Quaternary Formation--Tertiary

Convenes-Camp Jackson Organized-

-Cretaceous-Carboniferous, Devonian

Sterling Price Appointed Major-General

Silurian-Azoic-Economic Geology

Frost's Letter to Lyon-Lyon's Letter

Coal-Iron-Lead-Copper-Zinc-Build-

to Frost-Surrender of Camp Jackson

ing Stone - Marble-Gypsum-Lime-

-Proclamation of General Harney-

Clays-Paints-Springs--Water Power...

Conference between Price and Harney

-Harney Superseded by Lyon-Second

CHAPTER IV.

Conference - Governor Jackson Burns

TITLE AND EARLY SETTLEMENTS.-Title to

the Bridges Behind him--Proclamation

Missouri Lands - Right of Discovery-

of Governor Jackson - General Blair

Title of France and Spain-Cession to

takes possession of Jefferson City

the United States-Territorial Changes-

Proclamation of Lyon-Lyon at Spring-

Treaties with Indians-First Settlement

field - State Offices Declared Vacant

-Ste. Genevieve and New Bourbon--St.

-General Fremont Assumes Command

Louis-When Incorporated-Potosi-St.

-Proclamation of Lieutenant-Governor

Charles-Portage des Sioux-New Mad-

Reynolds - Proclamation of Jefferson

rid-St. Francois County-Perry-Missis-

Thompson and Governor Jackson --

sippi-Loutre Island -"Boon's Lick"-

Death of General Lyon-Succeeded by

Cote Sans Dessein- Howard County -

Sturgis - Proclamation of McCulloch

Some First Things--Counties-When Or-

and Gamble-Martial Law Declared-

ganized....

Second Proclamation of Jeff. Thompson

-President Modifies Fremont's Order-

CHAPTER V.

Fremont Relieved by Hunter-Procla-

TERRITORIAL ORGANIZATION, - Organiza-

mation of Price-Hunter's Order of As-

tion 1812–Council-House of Representa-

sessment-Hunter Declares Martial Law

tives-Wm. Clark first Territorial Goy-

-Order Relating to Newspapers Hal-

ernor-Edward Hempstead first Delegate

leck Succeeds Hunter-Halleck's Order

-Spanish Grants-First General Assem-

81 - Similar Order by Halleck - Boone

bly - Proceedings - Second Assembly -

Countu Standard Confiscated-Execution

Proceedings-Population of Territory-

of Prisoners at Macon and Palmyra-

Vote of Territory - Rufus Easton - Ab-

General Ewing's Order No. 11-General

sent Members - Third Assembly -- Pro-

Rosencrans takes Command-Massacre

ceedings-Application for Admission ..... 28 at Centralia-Death of Bill Anderson

General Dodge Succeeds General Rosen-

CHAPTER VI.

crans-List of Battles.

Application of Missouri to be Admitted into

the Union -- Agitation of the Slavery

CHAPTER IX

Question -" Missouri Compromise"

EARLY MILITARY RECORD. - Black Hawk

Constitutional Convention of 1820-Con-

War-Mormon Difficulties--Florida War

stitution Presented to Congress-Further

Mexican War........

Resistance to Admission-Mr. Clay and

his Committee make Report - Second

CHAPTER X.

Compromise-Missouri Admitted ............ 31 | AGRICULTURE AND MATERIAL WEALTH.-

Missouri as an Agricultural State-The

CHAPTER VII.

Different Crops - Live Stock - Horses-

MISSOURI AS A STATE. - First Election for

Mules - Milch Cows -- Oxen and Other

Governor and Other State Officers-Sen-

Cattle - Sheep - Hogs --- Comparisons-

ators and Representatives to General

Missouri Adapted to Live Stock-('otton

Assembly-Sheritfs and Coroners-C. S.

- Broom-Corn and other Products

Senators-Representatives in Congress-

Fruits -- Berries - Grapes - Railroads -

-Loutmessein

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EDUCATOI Systems of Public Suniversity o

CHAPTER I.

NAME AND LOCATION.-Different Counties

Named Jackson--Most Favored ('ounty

in the Union - The Area and Exact Geo-

graphical Position - General Observa-

tions for the Reader........

CHAPTER II.

PHYSICAL FEATURES.--Names and Descrip-

tion of Water Courses--The Surface

Beautiful Land-Timber, etc....

CHAPTER III.

GEOLOGY, BOTANY AND ('LIMATE.--General

Observations - Duterent Formations

Indications of Coal--Trees, Plants and

other Productions -- Horticulture -- Bee

Culture Climate and Health-The Jack-

son County Cyclone -- Climate, Health

and Disease Continued........

74

CHAPTER IV.

EARLY SETTLEMENTS.--Fort Osage Started

in 1808 --Siate Admitted 1821 -- County

Organized 1826-Different Settlements in

the County-The Names of Voters in

Jackson County 1828_The Vote for Gen.

Jackson-Exarnples of Ancient Records. 101

CHAPTER V.

ORGANIZATION OF THE COUNTY.--St. Louis

County Included what is now the East-

ern Part of Jackson in 1813-Then How-

ard County--Then Cooper-Then Lillard

-Then Lafayette--And then Jackson-

Jackson County Organized December 15,

1820, and Included what is now Cass and

Bates Counties --First County Court-

County and Township System-Govern-

ment Surveys-Organization of Town-

ships-Three Townships at first, Blue,

Fort Osage and Kaw-Location of Roads

-Harmony Township--Boone Township

-Sni-a-bar Township - Washington

Township - Van Buren Township-

Prairie Township-Westport Township

-Brooking Township....

... 115

CHAPTER VI.

OLD SETTLERS OF JACKSON COUNTY.--Meet-

ing at Kansas City December 30, 1871-

Names of Old Settlers with date of Settle-

ment-Officers of the Association-Reso-

lutions First Address--The "Far West"

-The Pioneers--Tom Rule--The Site of

Kansas City-Dates of Important Events

-Meeting March, 1872-Old Settlers As-

semble July 1, 1872– The Life of Daniel

Boone by Dr. Johnston Lykins-Meeting

of Pioneers July 4, 1874--Speeches of W.

H. Wallace, General Bingham, Jacob

Gregg, Johnston Lykins, Colonel Van

Horn and others -- Prizes Awarded -

Death of Daniel Boone Meeting April

24. 1880-The Pioneers.Address by Mr.

McCoy - The Last Grand Meeting of the

Fathers and Mothers, May 22, 1880-

Speeches of Jacob Gregg, Alexander

Majors, J. C. McCoy, Dr. Winfrey, and

Martin Rice-An Old Timer's Poem-

Rev. Father Donnelly-Old Residents

and Date of Coming...........

131

CHAPTER VII.

THE SANTA FE TRADE.--Originated and

Started from Old Franklin, Howard

County-Began at Independence in 1831

--About the Year 18:37 the Trade Sprung

Up at Westport-Names of Firms at In-

dependence Engaged in the Trade-

Starting Out of a Caravan-Hostile In-

dians-The Earliest Traders-Lost on the

Plains and Dying of Thirst-Council

Grove-Surgical Operation in the Desert

-Santa Fe --Revolt of Indians in 1680

New Mexico in 1810-Names and Dis-

tances of Camping Places Between Inde.

pendence and Santa Fe................

CHAPTER VIII.

COUNTY OFFICIALS.--County Court-('ounty

flerks-('ircuit Clerks--Recorders -

Treasurers-- Assessors-Sheriffs - School

Commissioners-Surveyors-Marshals -

Collectors-State Senators-State Repre-

sentatives-Verbatim Record of Marri-

ages-The First Warranty Deed-Regis-

tration Notice........

.... 178

(HAPTER IX.

RAILROADS.--Names of the Different Roads

-Missouri Pacific-Chicago & Alton-

Wabash-Hannibal & St. Joseph-Kan-

sas City, St. Joseph & Council Blufts-

Kansas ('ity, Leavenworth & Atchison-

Union Pacific - Atchison, Topeka &

Santa Fe-Kansas City & Fort Scott-

Missouri, Kansas & Texas, and others-

Non-completed Roads-Misappropria-

tion of Funds by the County-One Mil-

lion Dollars Paid by the County and no

Benefit Derived.

CHAPTER X.

FINANCES.-Introductory-Current Expen-

ses for the years 1869, 1870 and 1871-Au-

nual Report, January 1, 1872, Showing

all the Receipts and Expenditures for

the Year - Jackson County Finances

from November 1, 1875, to February 1.),

1876_-The Last Official Report of Jackson

('ounty Finances to the County Court

-Indebtedness of the County--(ounty

Treasurer's Report-Township Railroad

Funds-County Poor Farm-A Report

for Ten Years Ago.. ......

CHAPTER XI.

AGRICULTURE.-Its Establishment and the

Men Active in the Enterprise_The First

... 212

Page.

Fair in Jackson County-In 1854 New

Grounds Purchased-No Fairs During

the War-Names of the Officers of the

Association Each Year--Complete Ac-

count of the Fair for 1870–Fair of 1871-

The Last Fair of the Association............. 229

CHAPTER XII.

EDUCATIONAL.-Introductory-Private En-

terprise Six Mile Academy-The Wood-

worth School, of Independence-Mrs,

Buchanan's School - D. I. Caldwell's

School-Independence Female Academy

-Mrs. Bettie T. Tillery's Academy--

Woodland College-Ilighland College-

Independence High School Independ-

ence Female College-St. Mary's Semi-

nary--Public Schools of the County-

Superintendent's Report in 1866–Jack-

son County Teachers' Institute-Report

of the School Commissioner, D. I. Cald-

well, in 1870...,

........... 230

CHAPTER XIII.

MORMONS IN JACKSON COUNTY.-- An Au-

thentic and Impartial History from the

Foundation of the Church-A Sketch of

the Life of Joseph Smith, the Prophe

The Book of Mormon - The Rapid

Growth of the Church-They come to

Jackson County, Missouri, in July, 1831

-The Morning and Evening Star' -

Difficulties Arising Between the Saints

and Gentiles-The Saints Assemble for

Protection Several Deadly Encounters

--The Saints driven into Clay County-

Documentary Evidence of Unlawful

Violence-The Subsequent Action of the

Mormons in Missouri, and their final

Expulsion from the State...

250

CHAPTER XIV.

IXCIDENTS OF THE WAR.-Politics in Jack-

son County from 1857 to 1860— Missouri

Men and Families Abused - Colonel

Henry Younger and John Fristoe-Cole

Younger's Revolution to Avenge his

Father's Death-Dr. Lee and the Sum-

mit, etc. - The County Officers - Two

Silly Young Men - Captain Quantrell

and his Men-He Dashes upon the Head-

quarters of the Troops, and Escapes

Again-The Community......

CHAPTER XIV.

JACKSON COUNTY DURING THE WAR.-Sack-

ing of the United States Arsenal, at Lib-

erty-Confederate Camp on Rock Creek

-Death of Captain Halloway--Confed.

erates enter Independence in 1861--Burn-

ing of Property-Captain Fuller takes

Independence, and Hangs a Man on the

Public Square-Quantrell comes into In-

dependence- Campaign in 1862 - Battle

of Lone Jack - Fort Pennock - Order

Number Eleven--Price's March through

this Section-Organization of the Home

Guards-The Iron-Clad Oath-Etc., etc... 277

CHAPTER XV.

BLUE TOWNSHIP.-Organized May 22, 1827-

At First it Included Land in what is

Cass and Bates Counties-Present Bound.

aries and Physical Features - Blue

Township a Favored Locality-Names

of the Pioneers -- What the Pioneers

Themselves say of Early Days-The Old-

est Man in the State - Additional Items

-Wayne City-Lexington--New Salem

Church....

CHAPTER XVI.

FORT OSAGE TOWNSHIP.-Boundaries and

General Features-The Oldest Township

in the County--Pioneers of Fort Osage

Township-General Sibley-Fort Sibley

Page.

-Town of Sibley Laid Out in 1836–First

Lots Sold - The Town Burned – Great

Flood-Present Business of Sibley-The

Town Plat Being Vacated - Buckner -

Ancient Bed of the River--Business Di-

rectory of Buckner-Levasy-Lake City. 306

CHAPTER XVII.

SNI-A-BAR TOWNSHIP.-Geographical Posi-

tion and Population-The Name-Phys-

ical Features - Early Settlers -- Blue

Springs—Churches-Business Directory

-Oak Grove-Incorporation of the Town

-Business Enterprises-Grain Valley-

Pink Hill-What Jacob Gregg has to say

About a J. P.-Incidents by Daniel

Joyce-The Sni Hill Rangers........

.......... 312

CHAPTER XVIII.

VAN BUREN TOWNSHIP.-Its Location and

First Settlement on Big Creek - First

Entries of Land-First Cabin-First Set-

tler at Lone Jack-Pioneer Life-Going

to Mill - Preachers, Preaching, and

Churches - Lone Jack Church - New

Liberty Church Sni Mills' Church--The

Christian Church-The Methodists. The

Presbyterians -- Schools - Doctors and

Lawyers--Mails and Newspapers-First

Townsbip Officers-Lone Jack-Retro-

spect-The Oldest Man The Oldest Wom-

an-Physical Features.

325

CHAPTER XIX.

PRAIRIE TOWNSHIP. - Organization and

General Features of the Municipal Town-

ship-Early Settlers of the Township-

Lee's Summit Laid Out in October, 865,

by W. B. Howard-Lee's Summit in 1869

-Incorporation as a City-City Ordi-

nances- List of City Officers-The Busi-

ness and Public Enterprises-Churches

and Schools - Business Directory -

Greenwood College-Cemetery ................. 341

CHAPTER XX.

WESTPORT TOWNSHIP.-Geographical Posi-

tion-Old Settlers-Westport Formerly a

Part of Kaw-The Santa Fe Trade, and

Those Engaged in It - Justices of the

Peace from 1854 to the Present Time-

The Town of Westport Laid Out-Incor-

poration - City Charter-City Govern-

ment-Names of Mayors and Other Offi-

cers - Churches and Schools - Business

Directory ..................

350

CHAPTER XXI.

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP.-- Washington

Township Organized February 9, 1836—

The Orders of ('ourt fixing the Bound-

aries-First Election held at the House

of Anson McCrackin-The Lost Town-

ships-Physical Features--Old Settlers-

Hickman's Mills-New Santa Fe-Lay.

ing out the Town-Notes from New San-

ta Fe-Union Point-Washington Town-

ship saw much of the Border and Civil

Wars---A story of Border Warfare.............. 357

CHAPTER XXII.

BROOKING TOWNSHIP- The Youngest Town-

ship in Jackson County-The Order of

Court Organizing the Township, bears

Date March 13, 1872–The Order Itself-

First Constable AWord from Rev. J.J.

Robinson-Interesting Reminiscences-

A Letter in the Spring of 1876-West Fork

Baptist Church-A Farmers' Meeting..... 367

CHAPTER XXIII.

KAW TOWNSHIP. - When Established and

its Original Extent-The Establishment

of Washington and Westport Townships

--The First Settlers and First Officers-

The First and Second Elections, etc........ 370

Henry Youngevolution to and the Suur

...... 296

Page.

CHAPTER I.

INTRODUCTORY.-How Ancient Cities were

Founded and Built-The Considerations

Determining their Location--American

Cities, how Located and Built-Western

Cities-The Importance of Transporta-

tion Facilities- The People who Determ-

ined their Location, and Why-Motion

Follows the Line of Least Resistance."... 374

CHAPTER II.

EARLY EXPEDITIONS AND SETTLEMENTS.-

The Fur Companies - The First Settle-

ment of Kansas City, How and Why it

was Made-In the Wilderness-The En-

try of the Land-The French Settlement

and Life Among the French Settlers-

The Advantages of the Place Recog-

nized by Others-An Anecdote of Wash-

ington Irving..

CHAPTER III.

THE GREAT INDIAN TRADE.-Proposed Re-

moval of the Indians to the West-The

Numbers to be Moved-The Removal

The New Locations-Effect on Western

Trade-Founding of Westport, and Con-

centration of the Trade There....... ...... 385

CHAPTER IV.

THE SANTA FE TRADE, --Its Origin and

Character-Its Real Beginning-The Ef-

fect of Steamboats-It Locates at Inde-

pendence-Changing to Westport-Char-

acter and Methods of the Trade-Statis-

tics to 1838........

CHAPTER V.

THE FOUNDING OF KANSAS CITY.-The Sit-

uation in 1838 - The First Ferry - The

Santa Fe and Indian Trade Tend to Kan-

sas City-Purchase of the Prudhomme

Estate for a Town Site-The Survey and

Sale of 1839—Troubles of the Company

Retarded the Town- What was Thought

of It-Its Early Trade--A Description of

Early Kansas City-Efforts to Divert the

Santa Fe Trade-Its Suppression in 1813–

Statistics-Situation in 1843- The Great

Flood of 1844The Events of 1843 to 1846

-The Mexican War.........

... 395

CHAPTER VI.

KANSAS CITY REDIVIVUS.-Re-organization

of the Town Company--The First Great

Sale of Lots - An Interesting Record -

Bad Titles-Further Surveys and Sales

The Company Dissolve-Town Devel-

opment - The California Emigration -

The Concentration of the Santa Fe and

Indian Trades at Kansas City - Cholera

and its Direful Effects ---Municipal Or-

ganization - The First Newspaper - Re-

vival After the Cholera...

CHAPTER VII.

THE SETTLEMENT OF KANSAS. - The Kan-

sas-Nebraska Act Preparations by Pro-

Slavery and Anti-Slavery Parties to

Occupy Kansas - Early Settlement -

Kansas City Again Recognized-Devel-

opment of Kansas- Navigation of the

Kaw River-The Kansas Troubles-The

Effect on Kansas City-Col. Coates.........

Page

CHAPTER IX.

THE INCEPTION OF OUR RAILROADS.-Kan-

sas City Takes the Lead in Efforts to Se-

cure Railroad Facilities - Her Efforts

Start a Fever in Railroad Enterprises in

Western Missouri and Kansas- The In-

ception of Her Own System- The Hos-

tility of Kansas- The First Efforts in Be-

half of Trans-Continental Railroads -

Kansas City in the Struggle with Both

the Slave and Anti-Slave Sections for

the Road - The Enthusiasm of the Pe-

riod--Beginning of Railroad Work-The

Real Founders of Kansas City, Their

Trials and Triumphs................

43

CHAPTER X.

KANSAS CITY IN THE WAR. - The Excite-

ment and Events Preceding the Great

Struggle - The Marshaling of the Hosts

on Both Sides-Van Horn's Battalion-

The First Fighting-Bush-whackers and

Red Legs-The Depression of Trade, and

its Revival - Resumption of Railroad

Building-The Great Raid of 1864 .............. 466

CHAPTER XI.

A GREAT ERA IN KANSAS CITY.-The Close

of the War - The Resumption of Rail-

road Construction-Seven Roads and the

Bridge Completed Before 1870 - Other

Railroad Enterprises not Finished-Rap-

id Growth - Schools, and Street Im-

provements - Population Grown From

5,000 to 30,000......

CHAPTER XII.

THE PROGRESS FROM 1870 TO 1872.-Improve-

ment and Enlargement of the Railroad

Facilities-Inception of the Barge Line

-Water and Gas Works Built-The Law

Library --The Barge Line-The Exposi-

tion, the Board of Trade, and Other Im.

provements ........

494

CHAPTER XIII.

THE PROGRESS OF 1873 to 1876.-Street Rail-

roads-Barge Line Agitation-The Panic

of 1873-Efforts to Get the Indian Terri-

tory Opened to Settlement--Efforts for

Transportation Improvements -- Free

Mail Delivery - The Securing of the

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, and the

Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railroads -

How the Latter was Done- The Grass-

hopper Plague-The Revision of the City

Charter-Efforts to Secure a Mint- The

Re-organization of the Board of Trade,

and Building of the Exchange Building.

CHAPTER XIV.

THE MARKETS AND PACKING HOUSES.-His-

tory of the Texas Cattle Trade-Its Fi-

nal Concentration at Kansas City - The

Growth of the Market and Character of

the Present Supply-The History of the

Packing Business - Why It Came to

Kansas City - Its Statistics - The Grain

Market, When and How It Started-Its

Development, and Circumstances At-

tending it --Its Present Facilities and

Magnitude.................

..... 532

CHAPTER XV.

THE PROGRESS OF THREE YEARS, - The

Events of 1877 - The Alton Road --The

Union Depot-The Test of Barges on the

Missouri - The Great Railway Strike-

Bank Suspension - Railway Extension

Affecting Kansas City - The United

States Court House and Post-office, and

United States Courts-Rapid Growth of

the City ........

CHAPTER VIII.

THE GROWTH OF KANSAS CITY PRIOR TO

THE WAR. — Improvements of Streets
and Roads-Trade and Steamboats-Ri-
val Cities-Rapid Growth of Kansas City
-Stages and Mails - The Commerce of
the Prairies-The First Banks, Jobbing
Houses, and Telegraphs-The First Com-
mercial Organization --The Panic of 1857
-The Enlargement of the City ........ .. 431

............. 544

Page. 1

Page.

CHAPTER XVI.

pendence-Sale of Lots-First Instru-

THE EVENTS OF 1880 TO 1881.--The Establish-

ment of Record_The First Court-Gold

ment of the Smelting Works-The Barge

Excitement- The First Court House

Company Organized-The Missouri Riy-

Jails and Sheriffs-Business of the City-

er Improvement Convention-The Mis-

Banking. Etc.-Streets and Boulevards

souri River Improvement Association

- Beautiful Scenery--Incorporation-

Formed - Street Improvements Col,

Names of Mayors-Religious History-

Van Horn's Election to Congress-Rail-

Joab Powell-Baptists-M. E. Church,

way Construction and Railway Changes

South-Christian Church-Old School

-The Great Flood of 1881--The Growth

Presbyterians-M. E. Church-Cumber-

of the City -- Statistical Exhibit of the

land Presbyterians-Old School Baptists

City's History...

........................... 55

557 -Latter Day Saints-Catholic Church-

The Cemetery-Colleges and Schools-

CHAPTER XVII.

Secret Societies--Business Directory-

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT OF KANSAS CITY.--

Wayne City Bluff-The Finest Mansion

The History of the Press-Social Socie-

in Jackson County.....

..... 633

ties-Masons-Odd Fellows-Knights of

Pythias - Other Secret Orders - The HISTORY OF WYANDOTT, KANSAS. –The City

Churches, Schools, and Other Social In-

--The Organization of Kansas Territory--

stitutions....

Constitution of the State-The First Set-

tlements in Wyandott-Great Flood of

CHAPTER XVIII,

1844-Election in 1852- First Churches

KANSAS CITY - WHY SHE IS AND WHAT

and Schools-Organization of Wyandott

SHE IS. A Summary of the Facts of

County in 1859—First Railroad in Kansas

Her History - The Facts that Caused

-Early Elections at Wyandott-Com-

Her Growth - Her Markets, Her Rail-

plete Roster of County Officials-Statis-

road System, and Fast Freight Lines-

tical-Financial Report-Early History

Steamship Agencies – The New West

of Wyandott and Quindaro-Incorpo-

and Its Resources...........

ration of the City-Complete Roster of

City Officials-Church History-History

HISTORY OF INDEPENDENCE.-Introductory

of Secret Societies-Wyandott the Me-

Names of Early Settlers Given Under

tropolis of Kansas-Newspapers............... 668

Blue Township--County Seat Located
in 1827_Additions to the Town of Inde ADDITIONAL HISTORY OF LEE'S SUMMIT...... 947

.......... 573

****...... 612

WYANDOTT, KANSAS......

LEE'S SUMMIT..

KANSAS CITY.

..........

PRAIRIE TOWNSHIP....................

INDEPENDENCE .................

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP...

BLUE TOWNSHIP.........

BROOKING TOWNSHIP.................

FORT OSAGE TOWNSHIP...

WESTPORT TOWNSHIP.....

SNI-A-BAR TOWNSHIP.....

KAW TOWNSHIP.

VAN BUREN TOWNSHIP...

............. 930

LITHOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS.
COL. R. T. VAN HORN...............

. 657 | DR. G. S. TODD..
COL. THEO.S. CASE.....

689 CHAS. D. LUCAS...............
ED. H. WEBSTER.

721 | ISAAC M. RIDGE.........
WY. B. GRIMES.......

753 GEN. W. H. MORGAN..............

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