Publications


Missouri Historical Review

Listing of titles and authors by volume


July 1931 (Vol. 25, No. 4)

“In Memoriam--Edwin Williams Stephens, 1849-1931.” pp. 543-549.

“Pioneer Days in 'Old Sparta.'” By Sara Lockwood Williams. pp. 550-555.

“Benjamin H. Reeves.” By F. A. Culmer. pp. 556-562.

“Joseph Pulitzer.” Part 3. By George S. Johns. pp. 563-575.

“Joseph B. McCullagh.” Part 4. By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 576-584.

“John Evans, Explorer and Surveyor.” Part 3. By A.P. Nasatir. pp. 585-608.

“The St. Louis School of Thought.” Part 4. By Cleon Forbes. pp. 609-622.

April 1931 (Vol. 25, No. 3)

“History of the Missouri County Court.” By William L. Bradshaw. pp. 387-403.

“Joseph Pulitzer.” Part 2. By George S. Johns. pp. 404-420.

“Ghost Towns and Centenarian Communities of Central Missouri.” By Walter Ridgway. pp. 421-424.

“Joseph B. McCullagh.” Part 3. By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 425-431.

“John Evans, Explorer and Surveyor.” Part 2. By A. P. Nasatir. pp. 432-460.

“The St. Louis School of Thought.” Part 3. By Cleon Forbes. pp. 461-473.

“Experiences of Lewis Bissell Dougherty on the Oregon Trail.” Part 5. By Ethel Massie Withers. pp. 474-489.

January 1931 (Vol. 25, No. 2)

“Joseph Pulitzer.” Part 1. By George S. Johns. pp. 201-218.

“John Evans, Explorer and Surveyor.” Part 1. By A. P. Nasatir. pp. 219-239.

“The Building of the University of Missouri an Epoch Making Step.” By W. S. Dearmont. pp. 240-244.

“Joseph B. McCullagh.” Part 2. By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 245-253.

“The Beginning of the Whig Party in Missouri, 1824-1840.” By Leota Newhard. pp. 254-280.

“Emigrant Missourians in Mexico and Oregon.” By Frederick A. Culmer. pp. 281-288.

“The St. Louis School of Thought.” Part 2. By Cleon Forbes. pp. 289-305.

“Experiences of Lewis Bissell Dougherty on the Oregon Trail.” Part 4. By Ethel Massie Withers. pp. 306-321.

October 1930 (Vol. 25, No. 1)

“Joseph B. McCullagh.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 3-9.

“The Formation of the Missouri Company.” By A. P. Nasatir. pp. 10-22.

“Mark Twain's Artillery, A Mark Twain Legend.” By T. O. Mabbott. pp. 23-29.

“Opening the Santa Fe Trail.” By Isaac Joslin Cox. pp. 30-66.

“The History of Woman Suffrage in Missouri, 1867-1901.” By Monia Cook Morris. pp. 67-82.

“The St. Louis School of Thought.” By Cleon Forbes. pp. 83-101.

“Experiences of Lewis Bissell Dougherty on the Oregon Trail.” Part 3. By Ethel Massie Withers. pp. 102-115.

“Public Opinion and the Inflation Movement in Missouri. 1875-1879.” Chapter 4. By J. A. Leach. pp. 116-146.

July 1930 (Vol. 24, No. 4)

“Mark Twain's Early Writings Discovered.” By C. J. Armstrong. pp. 485-501.

“David R. Atchison.” By Theodore C. Atchison. pp. 502-515.

“Nathan Chapman Kouns.” By Robert F. Walker. pp. 516-520.

“An Account of Spanish Louisiana, 1785.” By A. P. Nasatir. pp. 521-536.

“Selling Missouri Mules Down South in 1835.” By Frederic A. Culmer. pp. 537-549.

“Experiences of Lewis Bissell Dougherty on the Oregon Trail.” Part 2. By Ethel Massie Withers. pp. 550-567.

“Public Opinion and the Inflation Movement in Missouri, 1875-1879.” Chapter 3. By J. A. Leach. pp. 568-585.

April 1930 (Vol. 24, No. 3)

“Advisory Constitutional Opinions of the Missouri Supreme Court.” By Buel Leopard Smith. pp. 343-351.

“Some Impressions of Frank P. Blair.” By C. B. Rollins. pp. 352-358.

“Experiences of Lewis Bissell Dougherty on the Oregon Trail.” By Ethel Massie Withers. pp. 359-378.

“Public Opinion and the Inflation Movement in Missouri, 1875-1879.” By J. A. Leach. pp. 379-413.

“John Bradbury, the Earliest St. Lousian of Botanical Note.” pp. 414-419.

“Ducharme's Invasion of Missouri an Incident in the Anglo-Spanish Rivalry for the Indian Trade of Upper Louisiana.” Part 3. By Abraham P. Nasatir. pp. 420-439.

January 1930 (Vol. 24, No. 2)

“William F. Switzler.” By North Todd Gentry. pp. 161-176.

“John Sappington.” By Thomas B. Hall. pp. 177-199.

“California Letter of John Wilson, 1850.” By Frederic A. Culmer. pp. 200-213.

“A Study of Early Days in Randolph County, 1818-1860.” By Walter H. Ryle. pp. 214-237.

“Ducharme's Invasion of Missouri an Incident in the Anglo-Spanish Rivalry for the Indian Trade of Upper Louisiana.” Part 2. By Abraham P. Nasatir. pp. 238-260.

“Missouri Politics During the Civil War.” Chapter 4. By Sceva Bright Laughlin. pp. 261-284.

October 1929 (Vol. 24, No. 1)

“Ducharme's Invasion of Missouri An Incident in the Anglo-Spanish Rivalry for the Indian Trade of Upper Louisiana.” By Abraham P. Nasatir. pp. 3-25.

“Letters From Alexander W. Doniphan.” By William B. McGroarty. pp. 26-39.

“The True Character of Mark Twain's Wife.” By Cyril Clemens. pp. 40-49.

“Early Springfield.” By Edward M. Shepard. pp. 50-65.

“George Engelmann, Man of Science.” Part 4. By William G. Bek. pp. 66-86.

“Missouri Politics During the Civil War.” Third Article. By Sceva Bright Laughlin. pp. 87-113.

July 1929 (Vol. 23, No. 4)

“George Engelmann, Man of Science. Part 3. By William G. Bek. pp. 517-535.

“The Boone, Hays and Berry Families of Jackson County.” By Virginia Hays Asbury and Albert N. Doerschuk. pp. 536-549.

“Reminiscences of Official Life in Jefferson City, 1865-1875.” By Cyrus Thompson. pp. 550-567.

“The Cook Family of Southeast Missouri.” By George Munger. pp. 568-574.

“Pioneer Days in West Plains and Howell County.” By Alice Carey Risley. pp. 575-582.

“Missouri Politics During the Civil War.” Second Article. By Sceva Bright Laughlin. pp. 583-618.

April 1929 (Vol. 23, No. 3)

“George Husmann.” By H. D. Hooker. pp. 353-360.

“Palmyra and Its Historical Environment.” By Frank H. Sosey. pp. 361-379.

“Military Prisons of St. Louis, 1861-1865.” By W. B. Hesseltine. pp. 380-399.

“Missouri Politics During the Civil War.” By Sceva Bright Laughlin. pp. 400-426.

“George Engelmann, Man of Science.” Part 2. By William G. Bek. pp. 427-446.

“The Great Seal of the State of Missouri.” Part 2. By Perry S. Rader. pp. 447-462.

January 1929 (Vol. 23, No. 2)

“George Engleman, Man of Science.” By William G. Bek. pp. 167-206.

“The National Old Trails Road at Lexington.” By B. M. Little. pp. 207-213.

“The Blairs and Fremont.” By William E. Smith. pp. 214-260.

“An Early Missouri Political Feud.” By Roy V. Magers. pp. 261-269.

“The Great Seal of the State of Missouri.” By Perry S. Rader. pp. 270-297.

October 1928 (Vol. 23, No. 1)

“Diary of a Journey from Missouri to California in 1849.” By Ralph P. Bieber. pp. 3-43.

“When a Missourian Forced a Special Session of Congress.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 44-48.

“The Development of Missouri's State Administrative Organization.” By Isidor Loeb. pp. 49-60.

“Letters of a Young Surveyor, 1828-1829.” By Frederick S. Klein. pp. 61-84.

“More About Protestant Bodies in Missouri Territory.” By John A. Hope. pp. 85-90.

“Historical Geography of Salt River Community, Audrain County, Missouri.” By Sam T. Bratton and W. O. Smith. pp. 91-98.

“Extracts from War-Time Letters, 1861-1864.” By Albert N. Doerschuk. pp. 99-110.

July 1928 (Vol. 22, No. 4)

“General Odon Guitar.” By North Todd Gentry. pp. 419-445.

“Exposition of an Early Diploma Mill.” By E. A. Collins. pp. 446-449.

“Henry Clay Dean, 'The Orator of Rebel Cove.'” By Edgar White. pp. 450-455.

“The Progressive Movement in Missouri.” By William T. Miller. pp. 456-501.

“Historical Activities of the Springfield, Missouri, University Club.” By E. M. Shepard. pp. 502-510.

“Willaim H. Richardon's Journal of Doniphan's Expedition.” Third Article. pp. 511-542.

April 1928 (Vol. 22, No. 3)

“Dan Carpenter, Pioneer Merchant and Horticulturist.” By David W. May. pp. 285-295.

“The Rise and Growth of Protestant Bodies in the Missouri Territory.” By Lucy Simmons. pp. 296-306.

“Pioneer Days in Northwest Missouri--Harrison County, 1837-1873.” By Ethel Grant Inman. pp. 307-330.

“William H. Richardson's Journal of Doniphan's Expedition.” Second Article. pp. 331-360.

January 1928 (Vol. 22, No. 2)

“The Tragedy of the St. Louis Republic.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 139-149.

“Coal in Missouri.” By Sam T. Bratton. pp. 150-156.

“The Northeast Missouri State Teachers College and Its Founder, Joseph Baldwin.” By Lucy Simmons and P. O. Selby. pp. 157-170.

“Salt River.” By George A. Mahan. pp. 171-175.

“The Missouri River Region as Seen by the First White Explorers.” By Addison E. Sheldon. pp. 176-186.

“Battle of Pea Ridge.” By Faye L. Stewart. pp. 187-192.

“William H. Richardson's Journal of Doniphan's Expedition.” By William B. McGroarty. pp. 193-236.

October 1927 (Vol. 22, No. 1)

“Joseph H. Burrows.” By Rollin J. Britton. pp. 3-12.

“Farming as It Used to Be, and as It Is in Missouri.” By Samuel M. Jordan. pp. 13-29.

“Independence, Missouri, A Century Old.” By W. L. Webb. pp. 30-50.

“The Relief Movement in Missouri, 1820-1822.” By W. J. Hamilton. pp. 51-92.

July 1927 (Vol. 21, No. 4)

“Missouri and Imperialism.” By Casper S. Yost. pp. 521-526.

“David Todd.” By North Todd Gentry. pp. 527-537.

“The Development of Local History.” By Edgar White. pp. 538-544.

“Missourians Abroad--James Cash Penney.” By C. P. Dorsey. pp. 545-561.

“The Missouri Priest One Hundred Years Ago.” By John E. Rothensteiner. pp. 562-569.

“A Study in Missouri Politics, 1840-1870.” By Raymond D. Thomas. pp 570-580.

“The Missouri River and Its Victims. By W. J. MacDonald. pp. 581-607.

April 1927 (Vol. 21, No. 3)

“Speeches Delivered at the Annual Dinner of The State Historical Society, January 21, 1927.” pp. 331-346.

“'Missourians,' David R. Francis' Best Speech.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 347-352.

“The Hawthorn, Missouri's Official State Flower.” By Mrs. Waller Washington Graves. pp. 353-360.

“Isaac A. Hedges' Vision of a Sorghum-Sugar Industry in Missouri.” By William M. Ledbetter. pp. 361-369.

“Beginnings of Methodism in Missouri, 1798-1824.” By Lawrence E. Murphy. pp. 370-394.

“Daniel Dunklin.” By Fred Fitzgerald. pp. 395-403.

“Two Forgotten Heroes.” By W. D. Vandiver. pp. 404-419.

“Two Illustrious Pioneers in the Education of Women in Missouri.” By Lucinda de Leftwich Templin. pp. 420-437.

“A Study in Missouri Politics, 1840-1870.” By Raymond D. Thomas. pp. 438-454.

“The Missouri River and Its Victims.” By W. J. McDonald. pp. 455-480.

January 1927 (Vol. 21, No. 2)

“When Cleveland Came to St. Louis.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 145-155.

“Pioneer Life in Callaway County.” By Ovid Bell. pp. 156-165.

“A Study in Missouri Politics, 1840-1870.” By Raymond D. Thomas. pp. 166-184.

“David Nelson and Marion College.” By George A. Mahan. pp. 185-187.

“Campaigning with Mark Twain.” By Absalom Grimes. pp. 188-201.

“Cape Girardeau Historical Society.” By R. B. Oliver. pp. 202-207.

“Daniel Boone.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 208-214.

“The Missouri River and Its Victims.” By W. J. McDonald. pp. 215-242.

“Personal Recollections of Distinguished Missourians--John B. Clark, Sr.” By Daniel M. Grissom. pp. 243-250.

October 1926 (Vol. 21, No. 1)

“Some Historic Facts About Canton.” By James T. Lloyd. pp. 3-8.

“The Location of the Permanent Seat of Government.” By Perry S. Rader. pp. 9-18.

“Missouri Valley Settlement--St. Louis to Independence.” By Raymond D. Thomas. pp. 19-40.

“James S. Green.” By James F. Green. pp. 41-44.

“In Memoriam--Joseph M. Lowe.” The National Old Trails Road Association. pp. 45-49.

“When the Civil War Invaded Livingston County.” By Douglass Stewart. pp. 50-55.

“Personal Recollections of Distinguished Missourians--George C. Bingham.” By Daniel M. Grissom. pp. 56-58.

“The Liberal Republican Movement in Missouri.” By Thomas S. Barclay. pp. 59-108.

July 1926 (Vol. 20, No. 4)

“Some Recollections of George Caleb Bingham.” By C. B. Rollins. pp. 463-484.

“Marion College and Its Founders.” By F. A. Sampson. pp. 485-488.

“General John B. Clark.” By C. H. Magee. pp. 489-494.

“The Most Historic Lot in Old St. Charles.” By Ben L. Emmons. pp. 495-498.

“The Arrow Rock Tavern.” By Sarah Guitar. pp. 499-503.

“Personal Recollections of Distinguished Missourians--Claiborne F. Jackson.” By Daniel M. Grissom. pp. 504-508.

“Little Visits With Literary Missourians--Orrick Johns.” By Catharine Cranmer. pp. 509-514.

“The Liberal Republican Movement in Missouri.” By Thomas S. Barclay. pp. 515-564.

April 1926 (Vol. 20, No. 3)

“Missouri River Transportation in the Expansion of the West.” By Edgar A. Holt. pp. 361-381.

“Achievements of the Missouri D.A.R.” By Mrs. W. R. Painter. pp. 382-387.

“Western Missouri in 1837.” By Mrs. J. H. Bronaugh. pp. 388-392.

“John Monteith.” By William Clark Breckenridge. pp. 393-396.

“Personal Recollections of Distinguished Missourians--Frank P. Blair.” By Daniel M. Grissom. pp. 397-398.

“Little Visits with Literary Missourians--Augustus Thomas.” By Catharine Cranmer. pp. 399-405.

“The Liberal Republican Movement in Missouri.” By Thomas S. Barclay. pp. 406-437.

January 1926 (Vol. 20, No. 2)

“Earliest History of Mine La Motte.” By John E. Rothensteiner. pp. 199-213.

“Herculaneum Shot Tower.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 214-216.

“Wawalanowa, Land of the Road to Paradise.” By Chas. K. Soper. pp. 217-222.

“Reminiscences of General John B. Clark.” By W. D. Vandiver. pp. 223-235.

“Adam-Ondi-Ahman.” By Rollin J. Britton. pp. 236-246.

“Knighting of the Heroes of Agriculture.” By A. A. Jeffrey. pp. 247-251.

“Little Visits with Literary Missourians--Zoe Akins.” By Catharine Cranmer. pp. 252-261.

“The Liberal Republican Movement in Missouri.” By Thomas S. Barclay. pp. 262-332.

October 1925 (Vol. 20, No. 1)

“The Liberal Republican Movement in Missouri.” By Thomas S. Barclay. pp. 3-78.

“Mark Twain Memorials in Hannibal.” By Franklin R. Poage. pp. 79-84.

“Early Gunpowder Making in Missouri.” By William Clark Breckenridge. pp. 85-95.

“The Osage War, 1837.” By Roy Godsey. pp. 96-100.

“The Warrensburg Speech of Frank P. Blair.” By Huston Crittenden. pp. 101-104.

“The Story of an Ozark Feud.” By A. M. Haswell. pp. 105-109.

“Personal Recollections of Distinguished Missourians--Sterling Price.” By Daniel M. Grissom. pp. 110-111.

“Little Visits with Literary Missourians--Rupert Hughes.” By Catharine Cranmer. pp. 112-119.

July 1925 (Vol. 19, No. 4)

“Monuments and Memorials in Missouri.” By Sarah Guitar. pp. 555-603.

“The Home Coming of Shelby's Men.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 604-610.

“Charles V. Riley, Benefactor of Agriculture.” By Floyd G. Summers. pp. 611-621.

“A Folk Tale of Johnny Appleseed.” By Iantha Castlio. pp. 622-629.

“Recollections of the Civil War.” By John Henry Frick. pp. 630-654.

“Missouri's State Museum.” By A. C. Burrill. pp. 655-661.

“Personal Recollections of Distinguished Missourians--Hamilton R. Gamble.” By Daniel M. Grissom. pp. 662-663.

“Little Visits with Literary Missourians--Sara Teasdale.” By Catharine Cranmer. pp. 664-674.

“The New Journalism in Missouri.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 675-688.

April 1925 (Vol. 19, No. 3)

“Little Visits with Literary Missourians--Fannie Hurst.” By Catharine Cranmer. pp. 389-396.

“The Building of a City--Springfield.” By A. M. Haswell. pp. 397-403.

“Norman J. Colman.” By Floyd G. Summers. pp. 404-408.

“In the Land of the Osages--Harmony Mission.” By Mrs. W. W. Graves. pp. 409-418.

“A Great Report.” By W. O. L. Jewett. pp. 419-422.

“Personal Recollections of Distinguished Missourians--B. Gratz Brown.” By Daniel M. Grissom. pp. 423-426.

“The New Journalism in Missouri.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 427-437.

“Shelby's Expedition to Mexico.” By John N. Edwards. pp. 438-471.

January 1925 (Vol. 19, No. 2)

“The Missouri Chronicle, 1673-1924.” By Sarah Guitar and Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 189-240.

“The Pioneer.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 241-255.

“The Old Tavern at Arrow Rock.” By Mrs. W. W. Graves. pp. 256-261.

“The Missouri Mark Twain Collection.” By Laverne J. Dunbar. pp. 262-267.

“The Initiative and Referendum in Missouri.” By N. D. Houghton. pp. 268-299.

“Dedication of Missouri's Capitol, October 6, 1924.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 300-303.

“A Missouri State Newspaper Morgue.” By Laverne J. Dunbar. pp. 304-307.

“Personal Recollections of Distinguished Missourians--James O. Broadhead.” By Daniel M. Grissom. pp. 308-312.

“The True Story of 'Old Drum.'” By Walter L. Chaney. pp. 313-324.

“The New Journalism in Missouri.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 325-337.

“The Followers of Duden.” By William G. Bek. pp. 338-352.

October 1924 (Vol. 19, No. 1)

“Rocheport, Missouri, An Illustration of Economic Adjustment to Environment.” By Lillie Franklin. pp. 3-11.

“The Southwestern Pool.” By R. E. Riegel. pp. 12-24.

“A. T. Still, Founder of Osteopathy.” By Ray G. Hulburt. pp. 25-35.

“Missouri Verse and Verse-Writers.” By M. M. Brashear. pp. 36-93.

“Personal Recollections of Distinguished Missourians--Uriel Wright.” By Daniel M. Grissom. pp. 94-98.

“Early Days in Phelps County.” By Lucy R. B. Duncan. pp. 99-104.

“The New Journalism in Missouri.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 105-113.

“The Followers of Duden.” By William G. Bek. pp. 114-129.

July 1924 (Vol. 18, No. 4)

“William H. Hatch--His Great Contribution to Agriculture.” By F. B. Mumford. pp. 503-506.

“The Founding of St. Charles and Blanchette Its Founder.” By Ben L. Emmons. pp. 507-520.

“The Overland Mail Issue During the Fifties.” By Curtis Nettels. pp. 521-534.

“Diary of a Journey from Kentucky to California, 1849.” By J. A. Pritchard. pp.535-545.

“Personal Recollections of Distinguished Missourians--James S. Rollins.” By Daniel M. Grissom. pp. 546-552.

“The New Journalism in Missouri.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 553-561.

“The Followers of Duden.” By William G. Bek. pp. 562-584.

April 1924 (Vol. 18, No. 3)

“Missouri Verse and Verse-Makers.” By M. M. Brashear. pp. 315-344.

“The Test Oath for the Clergy in Missouri.” By Thomas S. Barclay. pp. 345-381.

“Missouri in the Confederacy.” By David Y. Thomas. pp. 382-391.

“Missourians Abroad--Henry S. Pritchett.” By Grace Gilmore Avery. pp. 392-399.

“Personal Recollections of Distinguished Missourians--Abiel Leonard.” By Daniel M. Grissom. pp. 400-403.

“The New Journalism in Missouri.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 404-414.

“The Followers of Duden.” By William G. Bek. pp. 415-437.

“Shelby's Expedition to Mexico.” By John N. Edwards. pp. 438-453.

January 1924 (Vol. 18, No. 2)

“Personal Recollections of Distinguished Missourians--Thomas H. Benton.” By Daniel M. Grissom. pp. 129-145.

“The Model Farm of Missouri and its Owner.” By Jane Harris Rogers. pp. 146-157.

“Some Aspects of the Santa Fe Trail 1848-1880.” By Ralph P. Bieber. pp. 158-166.

“The Holt County Sentinel--A Chronicle of Local History.” By Elizabeth Spencer. pp. 167-172.

“The Missouri Pacific, 1879-1900.” By R. E. Riegel. pp. 173-196.

“The New Journalism in Missouri.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 197-211.

“The Followers of Duden.” By William G. Bek. pp. 212-249.

“Shelby's Expedition to Mexico.” By John N. Edwards. pp. 250-277.

October 1923 (Vol. 18, No. 1)

“The Missouri Pacific Railroad to 1879.” By R. E. Riegel. pp. 3-26.

“Story of Bald Knobbers.” By A. M. Haswell. pp. 27-35.

“The Followers of Duden.” By William G. Bek. pp. 36-54.

“The New Journalism in Missouri.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 55-63.

“Jawhawkers in Missouri, 1858-1863.” By Hildegarde R. Herklotz. pp. 64-101.

July 1923 (Vol. 17, No. 4)

“Oursel's As Ithers See Us.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 419-434.

“The Pony Express Celebration.” By Louise Platt Hauck. pp. 435-439.

“A Century of Missouri Music.” By Ernst C. Krohn. pp. 440-463.

“Missourians Abroad--Henry L. Myers.” By T. A. Johnston. pp. 464-469.

“The New Journalism in Missouri.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 470-478.

“The Followers of Duden.” By William G. Bek. pp. 479-504.

“Jawhawkers in Missouri, 1858-1863.” By Hildegarde R. Herklotz. pp. 505-513.

April 1923 (Vol. 17, No. 3)

“Missourians Abroad--Daniel Cowen Jackling.” By Grace L. Gilmore. pp. 257-265.

“Jawhawkers in Missouri, 1858-1863.” By Hildegarde R. Herklotz. pp. 266-284.

“A Century of Missouri Music.” By Ernst C. Krohn. pp. 285-320.

“The New Journalism in Missouri.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 321-330.

“The Followers of Duden.” By William G. Bek. pp. 331-347.

“Shelby's Expedition to Mexico.” By John N. Edwards. pp. 348-357.

“Pioneer Life in Southwest Missouri.” By Wiley Britton. pp. 358-375.

January 1923 (Vol. 17, No. 2)

“The Missourian.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 117-129.

“A Century of Missouri Music.” By Ernst C. Krohn. pp. 130-158.

“How Clay County Celebrated Her Centennial.” By Mrs. Ethel Massie Withers. pp. 159-166.

“The Five Oldest Family Newspapers in Missouri.” By Grace L. Gilmore. pp. 167-186.

“Shelby's Expedition to Mexico.” By John N. Edwards. pp. 187-197.

“Pioneer Life in Southwest Missouri.” By Wiley Britton. pp. 198-211.

October 1922 (Vol. 17, No. 1)

“Alexander McNair.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 3-21.

“The Grand River Country.” By E.W. Stephens. pp. 22-27.

“The Followers of Duden.” By William G. Bek. pp. 28-56.

“The True Story of the Border War.” By B. F. Blanton. pp. 57-61.

“Pioneer Life in Southwest Missouri.” By Wiley Britton. pp. 62-76.

“Shelby's Expedition to Mexico.” By John N. Edwards. pp. 77-95.

July 1922 (Vol. 16, No. 4)

“A Century of Missouri Art.” By J. S. Ankeney. pp. 481-501.

“Wheat Raising in Pioneer Missouri.” By Asbury Good-Knight. pp. 502-505.

“The Influence of Population Movements on Missouri Before 1861.” By William O. Lynch. pp. 506-516.

“Missourians Abroad -- Winston Churchill.” By J. Breckenridge Ellis. pp. 517-521.

“The Followers of Duden.” By William G. Bek. pp. 522-550.

“Arius, The Libyan.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 551-555.

“Pioneer Life in Southwest Missouri.” By Wiley Britton. pp. 556-579.

April 1922 (Vol. 16, No. 3)

“Missouri in 1822, Reprinted from The Arkansas Gazette.” pp. 337-342.

“The Followers of Duden.” By William G. Bek. pp. 343-383.

“Records of Missouri Confederate Veterans.” pp. 384-387.

“Pioneer Life in Southwest Missouri.” By Wiley Britton. pp. 388-421.

“Origin of 'I'm From Missouri.'” pp. 422-427.

“Shelby's Expedition to Mexico.” By John N. Edwards. pp. 428-456.

January 1922 (Vol. 16, No. 2)

“Constitutions and Constitutional Conventions in Missouri.” By Isidor Loeb. pp. 189-238.

“The Constitution of 1820.” By F. W. Lehmann. pp. 239-246.

“Missourians Abroad--Florence D. White.” By W. A. Kelsoe. pp. 247-252.

“Traditions Concerning the Missouri Question.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 253-262.

“Pioneer Life in Southwest Missouri.” By Wiley Britton. pp. 263-288.

“The Followers of Duden.” By William G. Bek. pp. 289-307.

October 1921 (Vol. 16, No. 1)

“How Missouri Commemorated.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 3-41.

“Pioneer Life in Southwest Missouri.” By Wiley Britton. pp. 42-85.

“Missourians Abroad--Glenn Frank.” By George F. Thomson. pp. 86-89.

“The Missouri and Mississippi Railroad Debt.” By E. M. Violette. pp. 90-118.

“The Followers of Duden.” By William G. Bek. pp. 119-145.

“Shelby's Expedition to Mexico.” By John N. Edwards. pp. 146-157.

July 1921 (Vol. 15, No. 4)

“A Century of Missouri Legal Literature.” By John D. Lawson. pp. 595-610.

“Missourians in China.” By J. B. Powell. pp. 611-616.

“The Missouri and Mississippi Railroad Debt.” By E. M. Violette. pp. 617-647.

“Atchison County's Memorial at Rock Port, Mo.” By John C. Stapel. pp. 648-650.

“Influence of the Mississippi Valley on the Development of Modern France.” By Maurice Casenave. pp. 651-659.

“The Followers of Duden.” By William G. Bek. pp. 660-699.

“Popularizing State History.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 700-706.

“Shelby's Expedition to Mexico.” By John N. Edwards. pp. 707-720.

April 1921 (Vol. 15, No. 3)

“Missourians and the Nation During the Last Century.” By Champ Clark. pp. 433-448.

“Missouri Centennial Exposition.” By Donald D. Davis. pp. 449-452.

“A Guide to the Study of Local History and the Collection of Historical Material.” By Jonas Viles and Jesse E. Wrench. pp. 453-467.

“Missourians in Japan.” By S. H. Wainwright. pp. 468-486.

“The Missouri and Mississippi Railroad Debt.” By E. M. Violette. pp. 487-518.

“The Followers of Duden.” By William G. Bek. pp. 519-544.

“Shelby's Expedition to Mexico.” By John N. Edwards. pp. 545-560.

January 1921 (Vol. 15, No. 2)

“The Missouri Tavern.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 241-276.

“A Century of Missouri Agriculture.” By F. B. Mumford. pp. 277-297.

“A Century of Education in Missouri.” By C. A. Phillips. pp. 298-314.

“A Century of Missouri Politics.” By C. H. McCLure. pp. 315-336.

“A Model Centennial Program for Local Celebrations” By E. M. Violette. pp. 337-344.

“One Hundred Years of Banking in Missouri.” By Breckinridge Jones. pp. 345-392.

October 1920 (Vol. 15, No. 1)

“The Travail of Missouri for Statehood.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 1-35.

“Missouri in 1820.” By Jonas Viles. pp. 36-52.

“A Century of Journalism in Missouri.” By W.V. Byars. pp. 53-73.

“A Century of Missouri Literature.” By Alexander Nicolas DeMenil. pp. 74-125.

“A Century of Transportation in Missouri.” By Edward J. White. pp. 126-162.

“Labor and Industry in Missouri during the Last Century.” By Lee Meriwether. pp. 163-175.

“Social Customs and Usages in Missouri during the Last Century.” By Mary Alicia Owen. pp. 176-190.

“Social Reform in Missouri during the Last Century.” By George B. Mangold. pp. 191-213.

April-July 1920 (Vol. 14, No. 3-4)

“History of Woman Suffrage in Missouri.” Edited by Mary Semple Scott. pp. 281-384.

“Early Exploration and Settlement of Missouri and Arkansas.” By Cardinal L. Goodwin. pp. 385-424.

“Major Emory S. Foster.” By George S. Grover. pp. 425-432.

“Recollections of Thomas H. Benton.” By John A. Oliphant. pp. 433-435.

“The Followers of Duden.” By William G. Bek. pp. 436-458.

“Early Days on Grand River and Mormon War.” By Rollin J. Britton. pp. 459-473.

“Shelby's Expedition to Mexico.” By John N. Edwards. pp. 474-493.

January 1920 (Vol. 14, No. 2)

“Little Bonne Femme Church.” By E.W. Stephens. pp. 193-200.

“The Osage War.” By Robert A. Glenn. pp. 201-210.

“Missourians Abroad--Leigh O. Palmer.” By J. Willard Ridings. pp. 211-216.

“The Followers of Duden.” By William G. Bek. pp. 217-232.

“Early Days on Grand River and the Mormon War.” By Rollin J. Britton. pp. 233-245.

“Shelby's Expedition to Mexico.” By John N. Edwards. pp. 246-264.

October 1919 (Vol. 14, No. 1)

“Missourians in Service.” By Harvey C. Clark. pp. 1-15.

“Major Benjamin Holliday.” By Anna Lee Brosius Korn. pp. 16-28.

“The Followers of Duden.” By William G. Bek. pp. 29-73.

“One Hundred Years of Medicine in Missouri.” By H.W. Loeb. pp. 74-81.

“Inefficiency of Water Transportation in Missouri.” By Sam T. Britton. pp. 82-88.

“Early Days on Grand River and the Mormon War.” By Rollin J. Britton. pp. 89-110.

“Shelby's Expedition to Mexico.” By John N. Edwards. pp. 111-144.

July 1919 (Vol. 13, No. 4)

“Missouri and the War.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 319-360.

“The Missouri Intelligencer.” By E.W. Stephens. pp. 361-371.

“Missourians Abroad--Robert E. Coontz.” By Geo. A. Mahan. pp. 372-376.

“The Lawyer in Missouri One Hundred Years Ago.” By John F. Philips. pp. 377-387.

“Early Days on Grand River and the Mormon War.” By Rollin J. Britton. pp. 388-398.

“Missouri's Centennial.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 399-405.

April 1919 (Vol. 13, No. 3)

“Missourians Abroad--David R. Francis.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 195-225.

“History of the State Flag of Missouri.” By Robert Burett Oliver. pp. 226-231.

“Missouri Capitals and Capitols.” By Jonas Viles. pp. 232-250.

“Gottfried Duden's Report, 1824-1827.” Translated by Wm. G. Bek. pp. 251-281.

“In Memoriam--Judge John F. Philips.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 282-286.

“Early Days on Grand River and the Mormon War.” By Rollin J. Britton. pp. 287-310.

January 1919 (Vol. 13, No. 2)

“The Missouri Merchant One Hundred Years Ago.” By J. B. White. pp. 91-111.

“Early Days on Grand River and The Mormon War.” By Rollin J. Britton. pp. 112-134.

“Missouri Capitals and Capitols.” By Jonas Viles. pp. 135-156.

“Gottfried Duden's Report, 1824-1827.” Translated by Wm. G. Bek. pp. 157-181.

October 1918 (Vol. 13, No. 1)

“Missouri and the War.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 1-35.

“Missourians Abroad--Edward R. Stettinius.” By J. Willard Ridings. pp. 36-43.

“Gottfried Duden's Report, 1824-1827.” Translated by Wm. G. Bek. pp. 44-56.

“How Missouri Counties, Towns and Streams Were Named.” By David W. Eaton. pp. 57-74.

“Provost Marshal General Crowder's Letter to the Committee on Military Affairs.” By E. M. Violette. pp. 75-79.

July 1918 (Vol. 12, No. 4)

“The National Railroad Convention in St. Louis, 1849.” By R. S. Cotterdill. pp. 203-215.

“The Missouri Soldier One Hundred Years Ago.” By Wm. E. Gentry. pp. 216-223.

“Missourians Abroad. No. 4--Major General E. H. Crowder, Judge Advocate General and Provost Marshall General.” By E. M. Violette. pp. 224-239.

“Missouri and the War.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 240-257.

“Gottfried Duden's Report, 1824-1827.” Translated by Wm. G. Bek. pp. 258-270.

April 1918 (Vol. 12, No. 3)

“In Memoriam--Francis Asbury Sampson 1842-1918.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 129-135.

“'Missouri's First Centennial Day,' Columbia, Missouri, January 8, 1918.” 136-144.

“Missouri-Montana Highways. II. The Overland Route.” By H. A. Trexler. pp. 145-162. “Gottfried Duden's Report, 1824-1827.” Translated by Wm. G. Bek. pp. 163-179.

“Missouri and the War.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 180-194.

January 1918 (Vol. 12, No. 2)

“Missouri-Montana Highways. The Missouri River Route.” By H. A. Trexler. pp. 67-80.

“Gottfried Duden's Report, 1824-1827.” Translated by Wm. G. Bek. pp. 81-89.

“Missouri and the War.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 90-99.

“Missourians Abroad No. 3--George Creel.” By Ivan H. Epperson. pp. 100-110.

October 1917 (Vol. 12, No. 1)

“Gottfried Duden's 'Report', 1824-1827.” Translated by Wm. G. Bek. pp. 1-21.

“Missouri and the War.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 22-31.

“Missourians Abroad No. 2--George Wylie Paul Hunt.” By Ivan H. Epperson. pp. 32-43.

April-July 1917 (Vol. 11, No. 3-4)

“Missouri's Centennial.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 248-288.

“Missouri and the Santa Fe Trade.” By F. F. Stephens. pp. 289-312.

“Missourians Abroad.” By Ivan H. Epperson. pp. 313-323.

“A State Flower for Missouri.” By Marie L. Goodman. pp. 324-326.

“Adair County Historical Society.” By E. M. Violette. pp. 327-329.

“How Missouri Counties, Towns and Streams Were Named.” By David W. Eaton. pp. 330-347.

January 1917 (Vol. 11, No. 2)

“Letters of Edward Bates and the Blairs, from the Private Papers of Senator Doolittle.” Contributed by Duane Mowry. pp. 123-146.

“Missouri's Centennial Celebration.” pp. 147-163.

“How Missouri Counties, Towns and Streams were named.” By David W. Eaton. pp. 164-200.

October 1916 (Vol. 11, No. 1)

“Letters of Schurz, B. Gratz Brown, Rollins, Vest, et al., from Private Papers of Senator Doolittle.” Contibuted by Duane Mowry. pp. 1-20.

“Missouri's Centennial Celebration.” pp. 21-48.

“Howard County Has Two Centennial Celebrations.” By Walter Ridgway. pp. 49-67.

July 1916 (Vol. 10, No. 4)

“Missouri and the Santa Fe Trade.” By F. F. Stephens. pp. 233-262.

“How Missouri Counties, Towns and Streams Were Named.” By David W. Eaton. pp. 263-287.

April 1916 (Vol. 10, No. 3)

“Early Opposition to Thomas Hart Benton.” By C. H. McClure. pp. 150-196.

“How Missouri Counties, Towns and Streams Were Named.” By David W. Eaton. pp. 197-213.

January 1916 (Vol. 10, No. 2)

“Lincoln and Missouri.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 63-119.

October 1915 (Vol. 10, No. 1)

“Fathers of the State.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 1-32.

“Origin of 'Missouri Day.'” By Anna Brosius Korn. pp. 33-36.

July 1915 (Vol. 9, No. 4)

“Six Periods of Missouri History.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 221-240.

“'Missouri Day' Programs for Missouri Club Women.” pp. 241-247.

April 1915 (Vol. 9, No. 3)

“Nathaniel Patten, Pioneer Editor.” By F. F. Stephens. pp. 139-154.

“Biography of the Missouri Press Association.” By F. A. Samson. pp. 155-176.

“Books of Early Travel in Missouri.” By F. A. Samson. pp. 177-182.

“Harmony Mission.” pp. 183-190.

“Pike County Marriage Record, 1818-1837.” pp. 191-208.

January 1915 (Vol. 9, No. 2)

“Garland Carr Broadhead.” By Darling K. Greger. pp. 57-74.

“The Cabell Descendants in Missouri.” By Joseph A. Mudd. pp. 75-93.

“Books of Early Travel in Missouri--Long-James--F. A. Sampson.” pp. 94-101.

“Harmony Mission and Methodist Missions.” By G. C. Broadhead. pp. 102-103.

“Carroll County Marriage Record, 1833-1852.” By Mary G. Brown. pp. 104-131.

October 1914 (Vol. 9, No. 1)

“A Sketch of Missouri Constitutional History During the Territorial Period.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 1-32.

“Travel into Missouri in October, 1838.” By Eduard Zimmermann. pp. 33-42.

“Indian Mode of Life in Missouri and Kansas.” By Geo. Sibley. pp. 43-49.

“The Origin of 'O.K.'” By J. W. Baird. p. 50.

July 1914 (Vol. 8, No. 4)

“Major Alphonso Wetmore's Diary of a Journey to Santa Fe, 1828.” By F. F. Stephens. pp. 177-197.

“Echoes of Indian Emigration.” Third Paper. By David W. Eaton. pp. 198-205.

“A Running Glance Over the Field of Music in Missouri.” By Mrs. Susan A. Arnold McCausland. pp. 206-210.

“An Old Missouri Town, Napton, Saline County.” By Rollins Bingham. pp. 211-215.

“Hon. David Barton.” By Capt. Saml. W. Ravenel. pp. 216-219.

“Mormon Troubles in Carroll County.” By Susan H. Whiteman. pp. 220-222.

“The First Soldier Paper.” By Edgar White. pp. 223-226.

“From Senator Doolittle's Papers.” By Duane Mowry. pp. 227-229.

April 1914 (Vol. 8, No. 3)

“Fort Orleans, The First French Post on the Missouri.” By M. F. Stipes. pp. 121-135.

“Recollections of Thomas N. Benton. By L. T. Collier. pp. 136-141.

“Echoes of Indian Emigration.” By David W. Eaton. pp. 142-153.

“Historical Sketch of Shelby County, Missouri.” By W. O. L. Jewitt. pp. 154-163.

January 1914 (Vol. 8, No. 2)

“The Value and the Sale of the Missouri Slave.” By Harrison A. Trexler. pp. 69-85.

“The Old Town of Elizabeth.” By Ovid Bell. pp. 86-89.

“Early Missouri Roads.” By G. C. Broadhead. pp. 90-97.

“Echoes of Indian Emigration.” By David W. Eaton. pp. 98-99.

“Famous Goose Case.” By N. T. Gentry. pp. 100-101.

“Soldiers of War of 1812.” p. 102.

“Monumental Inscriptions in Missouri Cemeteries.” Thirteenth Paper. pp. 111-112.

October 1913 (Vol. 8, No. 1)

“Civil War in Missouri.” By Capt. George S. Grover. pp. 1-28.

“Report of Committee on Old Landmarks.” By Judge John L. Thomas. pp. 29-34.

“Sketches of Livingston County.” By L. T. Collier. pp. 35-43.

“Schuyler Letters from Mowry Collection.” pp. 44-53.

“First Threshing Machine Across the Mountains.” By H. F. Grinstead. pp. 54.

“Monumental Inscriptions in Missouri Cemeteries.” Twelfth Paper. pp. 55-62.

July 1913 (Vol. 7, No. 4)

“The New Madrid and Other Earthquakes of Missouri.” By F. A. Sampson. pp. 179-199.

“Life and Influence of Danville and Danville Township.” By Olive Baker. pp. 200-223.

“Missouri's Eleven State Capitols.” By Cornelius Roach. pp. 224-231.

“The Columbia Library 1866-1892.” By H. O. Severance. pp. 232-236.

“Hon. John Brooks Henderson.” By F. A. Sampson. pp. 237-241.

“Monumental Inscriptions in Missouri Cemeteries.” pp. 242-245.

April 1913 (Vol. 7, No. 3)

“The Story of the Civil War in Northeast Missouri.” (Second Paper) By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 113-131.

“Old Landmarks of Jefferson County.” By John L. Thomas. pp. 132-137.

“The 'Slicker War' and Its Consequences.” By J. W. Vincent. pp. 138-145.

“Gen Jo. O. Shelby.” By S. A. Wright. pp. 146-148.

“Early Railroads in Missouri.” By G. C. Broadhead. pp. 149-150.

“Monumental Inscriptions in Missouri Cemeteries.” (Tenth Paper) pp. 151-156.

January 1913 (Vol. 7, No. 2)

“The State Historical Society of Missouri.” By F. A. Sampson. pp. 59-62.

“The Story of the Civil War in Northeast Missouri.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 63-75.

“History of Missouri Baptist General Association.” By E. W. Stephens. pp. 76-88.

“What I Saw at Wilson's Creek.” By Joseph A. Mudd. pp. 89-105.

“Vanbibber Tavern.” By Huron Burt. pp. 106-107.

October 1912 (Vol. 7, No. 1)

“The Capture of Lexington.” By Dr. J. F. Snyder. pp. 1-9.

“General Jo. O. Shelby.” By Hon. Wm. P. Borland. pp. 10-19.

“The Province of Historical Societies.” By H. E. Robinson. pp. 20-25.

“Sketches of Livingston County, No. 3.” By L. T. Collier. pp. 26-31.

“States Publication of Archives.” By F. A. Sampson. pp. 38-40.

“Monumental Inscriptions in Missouri Cemeteries.” Ninth Paper. pp. 41-45.

July 1912 (Vol. 6, No. 4)

“Monumental Inscriptions in Missouri Cemeteries.” Eighth Paper. pp. 149-166.

“The Price Campaign Of 1864.” By Geo. S. Grover. pp. 167-181.

“Administration of Missouri Governors; third paper: Gov. Joseph W. McClurg.” By J. S. Botsford. pp. 182-191.

“Speech of Judge Thomas Shackleford.” pp. 192-200.

“Livingston County Pioneer Settlers and Subsequent Events.” By L.T. Collier. pp. 201-206.

April 1912 (Vol. 6, No. 3)

“The Shelby Raid, 1863.” By Capt. Geo. S. Grover. pp. 107-126.

“The Battle of Lexington as Seen by a Woman.” By Mrs. Susan A. Arnold McCausland. pp. 127-135.

“Daniel Boone.” By Thomas Julian Bryant. pp. 136-143.

“Scenic and Historic Places in Missouri.” By F.A. Sampson. pp. 144-148.

“Monumental Inscriptions in Missouri Cemeteries.” Sixth Paper. pp. 149-152.

January 1912 (Vol. 6, No. 2)

“The First Constitution of Missouri.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. pp. 51-63.

“Bibliography of Books of Travel in Missouri.” By F. A. Sampson. pp. 64-81.

“'Battle of Osawatomie.” By Col. J. F. Snyder. pp. 82-85.

“Reminiscences of Wm. M. Boggs.” pp. 86-90.

“New Madrid Earthquake.” By Col. John Shaw. pp. 91-92.

“Monumental Inscriptions in Missouri Cemeteries.” Sixth Paper. pp. 93-95.

October 1911 (Vol. 6, No. 1)

“Santa Fe Trail. M. M. Marmaduke Journal.” With notes by F. A. Sampson. pp. 1-10.

“Cities That Were Promised.” By F. A. Sampson. pp. 11-13.

“Early History of the Methodist Episcopal Church and of the Methodist Episcopal Church South, in Saline County, Mo.” By Joab Spencer. pp. 14-33.

“Monumental Inscriptions in Missouri Cemeteries.” pp. 34-40.

July 1911 (Vol. 5, No. 4)

“Population and Extent of Settlement in Missouri before 1804.” By J. Viles. pp. 189-213.

“The Capture of St. Joseph, Michigan, by the Spaniards in 1781.” By Fred J. Teggart. pp. 214-228.

“Christ Church Parish, Boonville, Cooper County, Missouri.” By S. W. Ravenel. pp. 229-237.

“Livingston County, Missouri.” By L. T. Collier. pp. 238-241.

“Monumental Inscriptions in Missouri Cemeteries.” pp. 242-244.

April 1911 (Vol. 5, No. 3)

“Two Missouri Historians.” By H. E. Robinson. pp. 129-137.

“Side Lights on the Missouri Compromise. By Frank H. Hodder. pp. 138-149.

“Bryant's Station and its Founder, William Bryant.” By Thomas Julian Bryant. pp. 150-173.

“John Clark, Pioneer Preacher and Founder of Methodism in Missouri.” By Joab Spencer. pp. 174-178.

“Monumental Inscriptions in Missouri Cemeteries.” pp. 179-184.

January 1911 (Vol. 5, No. 2)

“Administrations of Missouri Governors: Governor Willard Preble Hall.” By John F. Philips. pp. 69-82.

“Recollections of the First Catholic Missions in Central Missouri.” By Joseph H. Schmidt. pp. 83-93.

“The Battle of Kirksville. August 6, 1862.” By E. M. Violette. pp. 94-112.

“Monumental Inscriptions in Missouri Cemeteries.” pp. 113-118.

October 1910 (Vol. 5, No. 1)

“Administrations of Missouri Governors: Hamilton Rowan Gamble and the Provisional Government of Missouri.” By John F. Philips. pp. 1-14.

“Washington Irving. Travels in Missouri and the South.” By F. A. Sampson. pp. 15-33.

“Old Newspaper Files.” pp. 34-43.

“Monumental Inscriptions in Missouri Cemeteries.” pp. 43-53.

July 1910 (Vol. 4, No. 4)

“Bryant's Station and Its Founder, William Bryant.” By Thomas Julian Bryant. pp. 219-237.

“Mormon Troubles in Missouri.” By Herman C. Smith. pp. 238-251.

“History of the County Press of Missouri.” By Minnie Organ. pp. 252-308.

“The Santa Fe Trail.” By G. C. Broadhead. pp. 309-319.

April 1910 (Vol. 4, No. 3)

“History of the County Press of Missouri.” By Minnie Organ. pp. 149-166.

“Col. Robert T. Van Horn.” By J. M. Greenwood. pp. 167-181.

“A Bibliography of Missouri Official Publications for 1908-1909.” By F. A. Sampson. pp. 182-201.

“The Pinnacles.” By G. C. Broadhead. pp. 202-203.

January 1910 (Vol. 4, No. 2)

“Journals from Boone's Lick to Santa Fe, and from Santa Cruz to Green River.” By Capt. Wm. Becknell. pp. 65-84.

“Peculiarities of Life in Daniel Boone's Missouri Settlement.” By Will S. Bryan. pp. 85-91.

“Col. Robert T. Van Horn.” By J.M. Greenwood. pp. 92-105.

“A Short Biographical Sketch of Gov. Lilburn W. Boggs.” By W. M. Boggs. pp. 106-110.

“History of the County Press of Missouri.” By Minnie Organ. pp. 111-133.

October 1909 (Vol. 4, No. 1)

“Historical Sketch of Kansas City from the Beginning to 1909.” By H. C. McDougal. pp. 1-17.

“Missouri's Aboriginal Inhabitants.” Part 2. By Joab Spencer. pp. 18-28.

“Daniel Boone in Missouri.” By Wm. S. Bryan. pp. 29-35.

“Albert G. Blakey.” By G. C. Broadhead. pp. 36-37.

“Missouri Military in the War of 1812.” By W. C. Ferril. pp. 38-41.

“Sessions of the Missouri Legislature.” By F. A. Sampson. pp. 42-43.

July 1909 (Vol. 3, No. 4)

“Some Historic Lines of Missouri.” By John L. Thomas. pp. 251-274.

“Missouri's Aboriginal Inhabitants.” By Joab Spencer. pp. 275-292.

“Daniel Boone in Missouri.” By Wm. S. Bryan. pp. 293-299.

“Historical Sketch of the Presbyterian Church in Columbia, Missouri.” By the late Wm. F. Switzler. pp. 300-305.

“A Few of the Colonial and Revolutionary Ancestors of Mrs. Jessie Benton Fremont.” By Mrs. Emma White. pp. 306-307.

April 1909 (Vol. 3, No. 3)

“The Settlement of Columbia, Mo.” By James M. Wood. pp. 169-178.

“Slavery in Missouri Territory.” By Harrison A. Trexler. pp. 179-197.

“Daniel Boone.” By W. S. Bryan. pp. 198-205.

“Historical Landmarks of Jefferson County.” By John L. Thomas. pp. 206-209.

“Historical Lines of Missouri.” By John L. Thomas. pp. 210-232.

January 1909 (Vol. 3, No. 2)

“Daniel Boone.” By William S. Bryan. pp. 89-98.

“A German Communistic Society in Missouri.” By Wm. Godfrey Bek. pp. 99-125.

“A Decade of Missouri Politics--1860 to 1870. From a Republican Viewpoint.” By H. C. McDougal. pp. 126-153.

“Missouri Historical and Philosophical Society.” pp. 154-160.

“Muster Roll of Company B, First Missouri Cavalry, C. S. A.” pp. 161-162.

October 1908 (Vol. 3, No. 1)

“Notes on the Jones Family in Missouri.” By Prof. G. C. Broadhead. pp. 1-4.

“Some Historical Lines of Missouri.” By Judge John L. Thomas. pp. 5-33.

“Bryant's Station and its Founder. William Bryant.” By Thomas William Bryant. pp. 34-51.

“A German Communistic Society in Missouri.” By Wm. Godfrey Bek. pp. 52-74.

July 1908 (Vol. 2, No. 4)

“Rev. Jesse Walker, The Apostle of the Wilderness.” By Joel Spencer. pp. 261-278.

“Sergeant John Ordway.” pp. 279-283.

“The Archives at Jefferson City.” By Jonas Viles. pp. 284-295.

“Missouri Old Settlers' Day Tales.” By William F. Switzler. pp. 296-302.

“A Bibliography of Missouri State Official Publications for 1906 and 1907.” Compiled by F. A. Sampson. pp. 303-318.

April 1908 (Vol. 2, No. 3)

“General Ethan Allen Hitchcock.” By N. E. Robinson. pp173-187.

“Old Landmarks Committee--Report to the Old Settlers' Society, September 15, 1906.” By John L. Thomas. pp. 188-194.

“The Conquest of St. Joseph, Michigan, by the Spaniards in 1781.” By C. W. Alvord. pp. 195-210.

“Rufus King and the Missouri Compromise.” By H. C. Hockett. pp. 211-220.

“Civil War Reminiscences.” By Warner Lewis. pp. 221-232.

“Bibliography of Slavery and Civil War in Missouri.” Compiled by F. A. Sampson and W. C. Breckenridge. pp. 233-248.

January 1908 (Vol. 2, No. 2)

“The Retirement of Thomas H. Benton From the Senate and Its Significance.” By P.O. Ray. pp. 97-111.

“The Democratic State Convention of Missouri in 1860.” By J. F. Snyder. pp. 112-130.

“Bibliography of Missouri Bibliography.” Compiled by F. A. Sampson. pp. 131-157.

“The Location of the Capital of Missouri.” By G. C. Broadhead. pp. 158-163.

October 1907 (Vol. 2, No. 1)

“The Retirement of Thomas H. Benton from the Senate and its Significance.” By P. O. Ray. pp. 1-14.

“Historic Landmarks of Jefferson County. No. 5. History of Victoria.” By John L. Thomas. pp. 15-22.

“Missouri from 1849 to 1861.” By Charles M. Harvey. pp. 23-40.

“A History of Westminster College.” By John A. Hockaday. pp. 41-46.

“Origin of the Christian Church at Westport.” By Stephen C. Ragan. pp. 47-54.

“Names of Revolutionary Soldiers Known to Be Buried in Missouri.” By Mary Louise Dalton. pp. 55-60.

“Documents Illustrating the Troubles on the Border, 1860.” By Jonas Viles. pp. 61-77.

“Town of Osage.” pp. 78-80.

July 1907 (Vol. 1, No. 4)

“Glimpses of Old Missouri by Explorers and Travelers.” By. F. A. Sampson. pp. 247-266.

“Presbyterianism in Saline County, Missouri.” By J. L. Woodbridge. pp. 267-273.

“Historic Landmarks of Jefferson County. No. 3.” By John L. Thomas. pp. 274-283.

“A Few of the Leading People and Events of Early Missouri History.” By Garland G. Broadhead. pp. 284-292.

“Documents Illustrating the Troubles on the Border, 1859.” By Jonas Viles. pp. 293-306.

“Selections from the Missouri Intelligencer and Boon's Lick Advertiser.” pp. 307-312.

April 1907 (Vol. 1, No. 3)

“Historic Landmarks of Jefferson County. No. 2.” By John L. Thomas. pp. 171-180.

“Missouri History as Illustrated by George Caleb Bingham.” By May Simonds. pp. 181-190.

“The Pike County Circuit Court.” By Thomas J .C. Fagg. pp. 191-197.

“Documents Illustrating the Troubles on the Border, 1858.” By Jonas Viles. pp. 198-215.

January 1907 (Vol.1, No. 2)

“Constitutional Conventions of Missouri, 1865-1875.” By William F. Switzler. pp. 109-120.

“The Shackelford Amendment.” By Thomas Shackelford. pp. 121-128.

“Col. Benjamin Whiteman Grover.” By George S. Grover. pp. 129-139.

“Historic Landmarks of Jefferson County.” By John L. Thomas and R. G. Morgan. pp. 140-146.

“Battle of Wilson's Creek. Letter of Gen. F. Sigel.” pp. 147-148.

October 1906 (Vol. 1, No. 1)

“The Romance of Western History.” By Edward Gaylord Bourne. pp. 3-21.

“Thomas Hart Benton.” By Thomas J. C. Fagg. pp. 22-37.

“Early Settlements in Missouri.” By E. M. Violette. pp. 38-52.

“The Beginnings of Missouri Legislation.” By Isidor Loeb. pp. 53-71.

“The Lincoln, Hanks and Boone Families.” By H. E. Robinson. pp.72-84.


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