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Missouri Heritage

by Lew Larkin (1968)

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Table of contents: Joseph Charless * First Constitution * Crittenden and James Boys * John Bidwell * Missouri Gains Statehood * Meriwether Lewis * Order Number 11 * Eugene Field * Sterling Price * Houn Dawg Regiment * Old Drum * George Washington Carver * Lincoln and Drake * Henry Dodge * Kansas City Chamber of Commerce * Captain and Mrs. Joseph Kinney * Lewis Fields Linn * William Jewell College * Peter Burnett * Hamilton Gamble * The Honey War * Out of the Mule's Mouth * New Madrid Earthquake * A Pioneer Christmas * New Year Yesteryear * Battle of New Orleans * Governor Dunklin * Governor Fletcher * Gold Rush by Missourians * Incorporation of Kansas City * Bootheel * Frank Blair * Plank Roads * Harmony Mission * Louisiana Purchase * Jim Bridger * Henry Rowe Schoolcraft * Pony Express * Lincoln University * Senator Thomas Hart Benton * Lexington, Missouri * General U. S. Grant * Lewis and Clark * Colonel Robert T. Van Horn * Platte Purchase * Early Missouri * Slavery in Missouri * Battle of Boonville * Frederick Bates * Fourth of July * Battle of Carthage * First Governor * Josiah Gregg * Robidoux Family . Wilson's Creek * David Rice Atchison . Col. Richard Gentry * Mother Duchesne * Fort Osage * Phoebe Couzins * Kersey Coates * James Lane * Lincoln and Blair * Trail of Tears * Bridges and Boats . Bloody Bill Anderson . Stagecoach * Daniel Boone * Charles Bent * Governor Miller . William Carl Lane . Railroads * Jackson County * Kit Carson * Old Muddy * Robert Wells * Zebulon Pike * Wagon Maker * Belle Stare * Famous Missourians . Governor McClurg * Miner and Farming * Senator James S. Green * State Historical Society * General Samuel Curtis * * William Switzler * The Sibleys * Prehistoric Missouri * George Park's Courage James Rollins * Hiram Bledsoe * Women's Suffrage * Camp Jackson * Negro Leaders * Sink Hole Battle * Edward Hempstead * Louisiana, Missouri * Western Engineer * Ste. Genevieve * Governor Edwards.