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1. "A Brave and Gallant Company," A Kansas City Hospital in France During the First World War "A Brave and Gallant Company," A Kansas City Hospital in France During the First World War Autumn 2009 Article describes the U.S. Army Base Hospital No. 28 located in Limoges, France, from July 1918 until May 1919. Many of the hospital personnel were associated with the University of Kansas School of Medicine...

2. "A Damned Tight Place": General Jeff Thompson Confronts the Federals at Fredericktown, Missouri "A Damned Tight Place": General Jeff Thompson Confronts the Federals at Fredericktown, Missouri April 2009 Article describes and analyzes the Battle of Fredericktown, fought October 21, 1861. While a relatively small battle, "devoid of long-term strategic importance," it was the only significant battle in southeastern...

3. "A Pretty Weedy Flower" "A Pretty Weedy Flower" Autumn 2012 This article traces William Allen White's political beliefs and actions. From his newspaper office in Emporia, White supported liberal causes, but also championed conservative issues he believed would...

4. "Blind" Boone Plays On in Columbia - Restoring the Home of a Ragtime Great "Blind" Boone Plays On in Columbia - Restoring the Home of a Ragtime Great August 2009 Pictures and article about the work to restore the home of John Willliams "Blind" Boone, a great pioneer of American ragtime music. The home is at 10 North Fourth Street in downtown Columbia, Missouri,...

5. "Compostela" "Compostela" April/May 2011 Color picture of Rock Cottage Glassworks artist Dierk Van Keppel's "Compostela" at the Faultless Starch Bon Ami Headquarters building. "The 71-foot-tall mobile contains 138 glass globes of varying diameters...

6. "Demand Nothing But What Is Strictly Right And Submit to Nothing That Is Wrong": Governor Lilburn Boggs, "Demand Nothing But What Is Strictly Right And Submit to Nothing That Is Wrong": Governor Lilburn Boggs, Gover Robert Lucas, and the Honey War of 1839 October 2008 Article explores and analyzes the "Honey War" of 1830, focusing particularly on the roles and personalities of Governor Boggs of Missouri and Governor Lucas of Iowa. The "war," which involved the disputed...

7. "If the Lord's Willing and the Creek Don't Rise" "If the Lord's Willing and the Creek Don't Rise" Fall 2010 Title continues: "Flood Control and the Displaced Rural Communities of Irving and Broughton, Kansas." This study looks at the displacement of two Kansas towns and the residents involved, as a result of...

8. "If the Union Wins, We Won't Have Anything Left": The Rise and Fall of the Southern Cherokees of Kansas "If the Union Wins, We Won't Have Anything Left": The Rise and Fall of the Southern Cherokees of Kansas Autumn 2007 Maps, photos, and article about the Cherokees of Kansas and their settlement of the Cherokee Neutral Lands and Chetopa, Kansas, area. Includes a table "Heads of Cherokee Families Identified as Living on...

9. "In Behalf of Freedom:" Charles and Sara Robinson of Kansas "In Behalf of Freedom:" Charles and Sara Robinson of Kansas Autumn 2010 Short biographical article about Charles and Sara Robinson, Kansas' first governor and first lady. Robinson, an advocate of the free-state cause, established the town of Lawrence, Kansas, in 1854. The...

10. "Like a Brilliant Thread" "Like a Brilliant Thread" Fall 2011 Article recounts the December 1921 coal strike in southeast Kansas involving the "Amazon Army"- the wives, mothers, sisters, and friends of the striking mine workers. They led a series of marches to prevent...

11. "Nobody Out Here Knows Anything About Wimin's Rights" "Nobody Out Here Knows Anything About Wimin's Rights" Autumn 2010 Title contines "Clarina Howard Nichols, Woman's Rights, and Abolitionism in Kansas Territory." Article discusses Clarina Howard Nichols, one of the most notable nineteenth-century women's rights activisits...

12. "Sound on the Goose," A Search for the Answer to an Age Old "Question" "Sound on the Goose," A Search for the Answer to an Age Old "Question" Autumn 2009 An article about the significance and meaning behind the slang phrase "sound on the goose." Redd and Etcheson's research reveals that the phrase was code for support and "commitment to the proslavery cause...

13. "When We First Come Here It All Looked Like Prairie Land Almost": Prairie Fire and Plains Settlement "When We First Come Here It All Looked Like Prairie Land Almost": Prairie Fire and Plains Settlement Summer 2007 The abstract to this article reads: "For centuries prairie fire was a formative environmental force on the Great Plains. In the nineteenth-century, however, Euro-Americans brought to the region dramatically...

14. $10,000 Grant Received for Further Restoration of Harris-Kearney House $10,000 Grant Received for Further Restoration of Harris-Kearney House April-May//1979 News of a grant from the W. J. Brace Charitable Trust to the Westport Historical Society for continued restoration of the Harris House at 40th and Baltimore.

15. $10,000 Grant Received for Further Restoration of Harris-Kearney House $10,000 Grant Received for Further Restoration of Harris-Kearney House April-May//1979 Brief description of William Brace, or W. J. Brace, "chairman and president of the Gleaner-Harvester Corporation" and "one of Kansas City's earliest automobile dealers and distributors, associated with...

16. $1,500,000 Worth of Brightness $1,500,000 Worth of Brightness August//1962 Photos and article about "the city-wide relighting program" of Kansas City, Kansas, with the Board of Public Utilities installing 500 miles and $1,500,000 worth of new residential street lights.

17. $3,335,000 Program for Kansas City $3,335,000 Program for Kansas City July//1938 Article about the introduction of "100 new street cars, 34 new motor buses and 106 new trolley buses at a total expense of $3,335,000."

18. ' I Plant Myself...Down on My Unquestionable Rights': Elijah Lovejoy's Fatal Stand for Freedom ' I Plant Myself...Down on My Unquestionable Rights': Elijah Lovejoy's Fatal Stand for Freedom October 1, 2006 Article tells the story of Elijah Lovejoy, St. Louis abolitionist. His impassioned denunciations of slavery in his newspaper, The Observer, incurred the wrath of pro-slavery elements. Lovejoy moved his...

19. ''...It Was Founded Upon a Rock'' ''...It Was Founded Upon a Rock'' July 1, 1953 History of the American Hereford Association with drawing of new headquarters building built at West 11th Street and Jefferson, including floor plans for all three floors. The Association began June 22,...

20. ''A Species of Town-Building Madness'': Quindaro and Kansas Territory, 1856-1862 ''A Species of Town-Building Madness'': Quindaro and Kansas Territory, 1856-1862 Autumn 2003 Story of the town of Quindaro, Kansas, which materialized for a short while on the Missouri River upriver from the Town of Kansas (Kansas City) in 1857. The site was selected by Abelard Guthrie and Charles...