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1. Early Schools of Jackson County Early Schools of Jackson County December 1922 History of Highland Academy from the point of view of one of its students, Stephen Ragan, describing the ambitions of the school and problems in keeping adequate teachers. Also a footnote about his first...

2. Early Schools of Jackson County Early Schools of Jackson County December 1922 Footnote and description of Dr. Henry Hereford, a physician and teacher in Jackson County schools and at Westport in the mid-19th century.

3. Early Schools of Jackson County Early Schools of Jackson County December 1922 Mention of John Buchanan "as a teacher" at an early Jackson County school called the Gooseneck School.

4. Early Schools of Jackson County Early Schools of Jackson County December 1922 One paragraph of biography about Professor D. I. Campbell, or David Caldwell, a teacher arriving in Jackson County in "about 1844," later becoming "county school commissioner."

5. Early Schools of Jackson County Early Schools of Jackson County December 1922 Description of John Youley, teacher of the "Highland Academy" near the town of Dodson, Missouri in the mid-1900s.

6. Early Schools of Jackson County Early Schools of Jackson County December 1922 Two paragraphs about the "first" school in Westport and one of its teachers.

7. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One December 1922 Description of Judge Daniel Stone as owner of a plantation or large farm, the site of the Gooseneck School at about 12th and Jackson Avenues in the mid-1800s, with teachers such as William Gregory.

8. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One December 1922 Quotes and other recollections from Nellie McCoy Harris, or Nellie Harris, regarding early Jackson County schools, including the J. O. Buchanan School, the Parrish Farm School, the Cave Spring School,...

9. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One December 1922 Footnote mentioning Martin Rice as "one of the County's most noted pioneers" and successor of Reverend Ziba Peterson ("another Mormon preacher" and school founder) as teacher at "a school near the present...

10. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One December 1922 Mention of William Mulkey as a student of the Colesville School in early 1830s Kansas City, supervised by teacher Parley Pratt (also listed on the same page as Charley Pratt) and "founded by the Mormon...

11. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One December 1922 Description of the disputed information about Daniel Morgan being a teacher "in 1835 in the Catholic rectory near the present site of 11th and Penn streets."

12. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One December 1922 Mention of Michael Collins as a teacher at the Gooseneck school along with "William S. Gregory, later mayor."

13. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One December 1922 One paragraph about Lott Coffman, "a versatile person in a pioneer community, serving its needs as teacher, councilman, surveyor, lawyer and justice of the peace" in the Town of Kansas.

14. Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One Notes on the Pioneer School of Kansas City, Part One December 1922 Description of Miss Artemisia Knight, the first teacher at the Knight school "in a log-house at the corner of what is now [3rd Street] and Baltimore" Avenues, with students such as Mrs. Amanda Jackson...