Publications


Missouri Historical Review

Listing of titles and authors by volume


July 1956 (Vol. 50, No. 4)

“David Rice Atchison, Frontier Politician.” By William E. Parrish. pp. 339-354.

“Culture and the Missouri Frontier.” By John Francis McDermott. pp. 355-370.

“Old Barry County, Mother of Eight Southwest Missouri Counties.” By. Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 371-380.

“Singing.” By Robert Steele Withers. pp. 381-386.

“Private Land Claims in Missouri. Part III.” By Lemont K. Richardson. pp. 387-399.

“Vignettes of Famous Missourians.” pp. 400-407.

April 1956 (Vol. 50, No. 3)

“Missouri’s Namesakes of the Navy.” By Marjorie Dysart. pp. 225-234.

“The Business Career of Moses Austin in Missouri.” By James A. Gardner. pp. 235-247.

“St. Louis and the Early Telegraph, 1847-1857.” By John E. Sunder. pp. 248-258.

“Shelby County, Home of Experimentation, Progress, and Good Citizenship.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 259-270.

“Private Land Claims in Missouri. Part II.” By Lemont K. Richardson. pp. 271-286.M

January 1956 (Vol. 50, No. 2)

“The Heart of the Saddle Horse Story of Missouri.” By L. M. White. pp. 121-131.

“Private Land Claims in Missouri. Part I.” By Lemont K. Richardson. pp. 132-144.

“The Political Philosophy and Political Personality of Thomas Hart Benton.” By Perry McCandless. pp. 145-158.

October 1955 (Vol. 50, No. 1)

“Missourians at Vicksburg.” By Polly Huling. pp. 1-15.

“The Rise of Thomas H. Benton in Missouri Politics. Part I.” By Perry McCandless. pp. 16-29.

“History of Sylvan School, Lawrence County, Missouri.” By John F. Spilman. pp. 30-43.

“A Letter from Empire Prairie, Andrew County, Missouri.” By Andrew Thomas Weaver and John Carrier Weaver. pp. 44-48.

“Cape Girardeau, Most American of Missouri’s Original Five Counties.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 49-61.

July 1955 (Vol. 49, No. 4)

“New Madrid, Mother of Southeast Missouri.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 317-327.

“The Small Town in Missouri Twentieth Century Fiction.” Part 2. By Eutopia O. Bailey. pp. 328-341.

“Missouri's New Program for Highway Historic Marking.” Part 3. By Floyd C. Shoemaker. Inscriptions compiled by Ruby M. Robins. pp. 342-356.

“The Leonard-Berry Duel of 1824.” By Frederic A. Culmer. pp. 357-359.

April 1955 (Vol. 49, No. 3)

“Missouri as the Missionary of the American Idea.” By Paul I. Wellman. pp. 217-229.

“The Small Town in Twentieth Century Missouri Fiction.” Part 1. By Eutopia O. Bailey. pp. 230-248.

“Missouri's New Program for Highway Historic Marking.” Part 2. By Floyd C. Shoemaker. Inscriptions compiled by Ruby M. Robins. pp. 249-263.

January 1955 (Vol. 49, No. 2)

“Missouri's New Program for Highway Historic Marking.” Part 1. By Floyd C. Shoemaker. Inscriptions compiled by Ruby M. Robins. pp. 105-122.

“The Madstone.” By Robert Steele Withers. pp. 123-126.

“Missouri's Tennessee Heritage.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 127-142.

“Missouri's Archaeological Site Survey.” By Carl H. Chapman. pp. 143-146.

“Annual Meeting of the State Historical Society of Missouri, 1954.” Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 147-152.

October 1954 (Vol. 49, No. 1)

“General Nathaniel Lyon. A Portrait.” By William E. Parrish. pp. 1-18.

“Military Protection of the Santa Fe Trail and Trade.” By Otis E. Young. pp. 19-32.

“Missouri's Proslavery Fight for Kansas, 1854-1855.” Part 3. By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 41-54.

July 1954 (Vol. 48, No. 4)

“Missouri's Proslavery Fight for Kansas, 1854-1855.” Part 2. By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 325-340.

“Three Generations in the Span of a Continent. The Zumwalt Family.” Part 2. Edited by Eugenia Learned James and Vivian K. McLarty. pp. 341-351.

“Swedish Immigrant Letters in Dallas County.” Edited by C. Terence Pihlblad. pp. 352-364.

April 1954 (Vol. 48, No. 3)

“Missouri's Proslavery Fight for Kansas, 1854-1855.” Part 2. By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 221-236.

“Letters of William H. H. Gist. A Volunteer from Weston, Missouri, in the War with Mexico.” Edited by Vivian K. McLarty. pp. 237-248.

“Three Generations in the Span of a Continent. The Zumwalt Family.” Part 1. Introduction by Eugenia Learned James. Edited by Mrs. James and Vivian K. McLarty. pp. 249-263.

“The Early Tie Industry Along the Niangua River.” By Lela Cole. pp. 264-272.

January 1954 (Vol. 48, No. 2)

“Robert R. Livingston, the Forgotten Architect of the Louisiana Purchase.” By Charles Nutter. pp. 117-133.

“Annual Meeting of the State Historical Society of Missouri, 1953.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 134-140.

“From Bethel, Missouri, to Aurora, Oregon: Letters of William Keil, 1855-1870.” Part 2. Translated by William G. Bek. pp. 141-153.

“The Missouri Reader: Americans in the Valley.” Part 14. Edited by Ruby Matson Robins. pp. 166-180.

October 1953 (Vol. 48, No. 1)

“The Louisiana Purchase, 1803, and the Transfer of Upper Louisiana to the United States, 1804.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 1-22.

“From Bethel, Missouri, to Aurora, Oregon: Letters of William Keil, 1855-1870.” Part 1. Translated by William G. Bek. pp. 23-41.

“Remarks on Senator Allen McReynolds and the Bingham Portrait of Thomas Jefferson.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 42-45.

“The Missouri Reader: Americans in the Valley.” Part 13. Edited by Ruby Matson Robins. pp. 59-70.

July 1953 (Vol. 47, No. 4)

“Amusements and Entertainments in Early Missouri.” By Elbert R. Bowen. pp. 307-317.

“History of the Structural Brick Industry in Missouri.” By Clarence N. Roberts. pp. 318-328.

“A Missionary's Wife Looks at Missouri. Letters of Julia Barnard Strong, 1836-1839.” Edited by Vivian K. McLarty. pp. 329-343.

“Presentation of 'Award of Merit' to the Native Sons of Kansas City.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 356-363.

“The Missouri Reader: Americans in the Valley.” Part 12. Edited by Ruby Matson Robins. pp. 364-375.

April 1953 (Vol. 47, No. 3)

“The Early Cattle Industry in Missouri.” By Clifford D. Carpenter. pp. 201-215.

“The Feather Bed.” By Robert S. Withers. pp. 216-222.

“The Campaign for the Ratification of the Constitution of 1865.” By David D. March. pp. 223-232.

“Three Centennials in History of Missouri Education Observed in 1953.” By Vivian K. McLarty. pp. 244-250.

“The Missouri Reader: Americans in the Valley.” Part 11. Edited by Ruby Matson Robins. pp. 251-265.

January 1953 (Vol. 47, No. 2)

“Negro Minstrels in Early Rural Missouri.” By Elbert R. Bowen. pp. 103-109.

“Charles D. Drake and the Constitutional Convention of 1865.” By David D. March. pp. 110-123.

“Cherokee 'Trail of Tears' Roadside Park Dedicated.” pp. 124-130.

“A Bit of Weston, Missouri, History.” Part 2. By E. W. Howe. pp. 141-147.

“The Missouri Reader: Americans in the Valley.” Part 10. Edited by Ruby Matson Robins. pp. 148-162.

October 1952 (Vol. 47, No. 1)

“The Circus in Early Rural Missouri.” By Elbert R. Bowen. pp. 1-17 “Joseph Murphy's Contribution to the Development of the West.” By Emily Ann O'Neil Bott. pp. 18-28 “A Bit of Weston, Missouri, History.” By E. W. Howe. pp. 29-36.

“The Missouri Reader: Americans in the Valley.” Part 9. Edited by Ruby Matson Robins. pp. 47-61.

July 1952 (Vol. 46, No. 4)

“Brigadier Surgeon John W. Trader's Recollections of the Civil War in Missouri.” Edited by Frederic A. Culmer. pp. 323-334.

“Thomas Hart Benton: Editor.” By William N. Chambers. pp. 335-345.

“History of the Paving Brick Industry in Missouri.” By Clarence N. Roberts. pp. 357-362.

“The Missouri Reader: Americans in the Valley.” Part 8. Edited by Ruby Matson Robins. pp.363-379.

April 1952 (Vol. 46, No. 3)

“Museums and Museum Collections in Missouri Open to the Public.” Part 3. Directed by Floyd C. Shoemaker. Compiled by Ruby Matson Robins. pp. 213-236.

“The Mississippi Valley Sanitary Fair.” By Jasper W. Cross. pp. 237-246.

“Hungarians in Missouri.” By Leslie Konnyu. pp. 257-261.

“The Missouri Reader: Americans in the Valley.” Part 7. Edited by Ruby Matson Robins. pp. 262-275.

January 1952 (Vol. 46, No. 2)

“Museums and Museum Collections in Missouri Open to the Public.” Part 2. Directed by Floyd C. Shoemaker. Compiled by Ruby Matson Robins. pp. 117-139.

“Founder of the Bay Collection Honored.” pp. 140-143.

“The German Theatre of Early Rural Missouri.” By Elbert R. Bowen. pp. 157-161.

“The Missouri Reader: Americans in the Valley.” Part 6. Edited by Ruby Matson Robins. pp. 162-171.

October 1951 (Vol. 46, No. 1)

“Museums and Museum Collections in Missouri Open to the Public.” Part 1. Directed by Floyd C. Shoemaker. Compiled by Ruby Matson Robins. pp. 1-25.

“The Pioneer's First Corn Crop.” By Robert S. Withers. pp. 39-45.

“The Missouri Reader: Americans in the Valley.” Part 5. Edited by Ruby Matson Robins. pp. 46-63.

July 1951 (Vol. 45, No. 4)

“The Anti-Horse Thief Association of Northeast Missouri.” By Minnie M. Brashear. pp. 341-348.

“A Clay Countian's Letters of 1834.” Edited by William D. Hoyt, Jr. pp. 349-353, “The Missouri Radicals and the Election of 1864.” By William Frank Zornow. pp. 354-370.

“The Missouri Reader: Americans in the Valley.” Part 4. Edited by Ruby Matson Robins. pp. 386-403.

April 1951 (Vol. 45, No. 3)

“The Personnel of the 1943-1944 Missouri Constitutional Convention.” By Henry J. Schmandt. pp. 235-251.

“A Songbag from the Ozarks' Hollows and Ridgy Mountains.” By John Gould Fletcher. pp. 252-255.

“Missouri's Fight Over Emancipation in 1863.” By Bill R. Lee. pp. 256-274.

“The Missouri Reader: Americans in the Valley.” Part 3. Edited by Ruby Matson Robins. pp. 275-293.

January 1951 (Vol. 45, No. 2)

“Some Folk-Ballads and the Background of History.” By John Gould Fletcher. pp. 113-123.

“Missouri's Secessionist Government, 1861-1865.” By Arthur Roy Kirkpatrick. pp. 124-137.

“The Swedes of Linn County, Missouri.” By Emory Lindquist. pp. 138-149.

“An Early Account of the Missouri River.” By Aubrey Diller. pp. 150-157.

“The Missouri Reader: Americans in the Valley.” Part 2. Edited by Ruby Matson Robins. pp. 158-169.

October 1950 (Vol. 45, No. 1)

“The Missouri Reader: Americans in the Valley.” Part 1. Edited by Ruby Matson Robins. p. 1.

“American Immigration from 1796-1821.” pp. 1-15.

“A Moral Crusade: The Influence of Protestantism on Frontier Society in Missouri.” By Leslie Gamblin Hill. pp. 16-34.

“Recollections of Kansas City, 1866-1916.” By Mary L. McCarty. pp. 35-46.

“The Civil War Letters of Colonel Bazel F. Lazear.” Part 3. Edited by Vivian Kirkpatrick McLarty. pp. 47-63.

July 1950 (Vol. 44, No. 4)

“The Pony Express--Commemoration, Stables, and Museum.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 343-363.

“Birth of Kansas City's Pioneer Church.” By The Reverend James J. Schlafly. pp. 364-372.

“Professional, Religious, and Social Aspects of St. Louis Life, 1804-1816.” By R. L. Kirkpatrick. pp. 373-386.

“The Civil War Letters of Colonel Bazel F. Lazear.” Part 2. Edited by Vivian Kirkpatrick McLarty. pp. 387-401

April 1950 (Vol. 44, No. 3)

“The Attempted Annexation of Kansas City to the State of Kansas.” By Henry C. Haskell, Jr., and Richard B. Fowler. pp. 221-224.

“The Stake and Rider Fence.” By Robert Steele Withers. pp. 225-231.

“The Abolition Aspects of Missouri's Antislavery Controversy, 1819-1865.” By Benjamin G. Merkel. pp. 232-253.

“The Civil War Letters of Colonel Bazel F. Lazear.” Edited by Vivian Kirkpatrick McLarty. pp. 254-273.

“The Missouri Reader: Ownership of the Land Under France, Spain, and United States.” Edited by Ada Paris Klein. pp. 274-294.

January 1950 (Vol. 44, No. 2)

“History and Folklore.” By Philip D. Jordan. pp. 119-129.

“The Significance of State and Local History.” By Clifford L. Lord. pp. 130-141.

“Biennial Report of the Society, June 1947-June 1949.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 142-146.

“Eugene Field, A Memory.” By Roswell Field. pp. 147-167.

“The Missouri Reader: The Fur Trade.” Part 3. By Ada Paris Klein. pp. 168-178.

October 1949 (Vol. 44, No. 1)

“William Hirth and the Missouri Farmers' Association.” By Theodore Saloutos. pp. 1-20.

“Gottfried Duden Views Missouri, 1824-1827. Part II.” By Alice H. Finckh. pp. 21-30.

“The Pioneer Physician in Missouri 1820-1850.” By Roland L. Lanser. pp. 31-47.

“The Missouri Reader: The Fur Trade.” Part 2. Edited by Ada Paris Klein. pp. 48-65.

July 1949 (Vol. 43, No. 4)

“The Evening and the Morning Star.” By Loy Otis Banks. pp. 319-333.

“Gottfried Duden Views Missouri, 1824-1827.” Part 1. By Alice H. Finckh. pp. 334-343.

“The Development and Later Decline of the Hemp Industry in Missouri.” By Miles W. Eaton. pp. 344-359.

“The Missouri Reader: The Fur Trade.” Part 1. Edited by Ada Paris Klein. pp. 360-380.

April 1949 (Vol. 43, No. 3)

“Missouri Short Story As It Has Grown Out of the Tall Tale of the Frontier.” By Minnie M. Brashear. pp. 199-219.

“Railroads in Missouri Politics, 1875-1887.” By Homer Clevenger. pp. 220-236.

“Civil War Experiences.” By Benjamin F. Sweet. pp. 237-250.

“The Missouri Reader: Lead Mining in Pioneer Missouri.” Edited by Ada Paris Klein. pp. 251-270.

January 1949 (Vol. 43, No. 2)

“The State Historical Society of Missouri, 'The Child of the Missouri Press Association.'” By Meredith Garten. pp. 101-104.

“The Contribution of the State Historical Society of Missouri to Higher Education.” By Elmer Ellis. pp. 105-108.

“The Significance of the Accomplishments of the State Historical Society of Missouri.” By Allen McReynolds. pp. 109-114.

“The Changes of a Half a Century.” By Milo M. Quaife. pp. 115-127.

“Reedy of the Mirror.” By John T. Flanagan. pp. 128-144.

“The Missouri Reader: The Lewis and Clark Expedition.” Part 4. Edited by Ada Paris Klein. pp. 145-159.

October 1948 (Vol. 43, No. 1)

“The Pony Express Starts from St. Joseph.” By Olaf T. Hagen. pp. 1-17.

“Teacher Training in Missouri before 1871.” By Monia Cook Morris. pp. 18-37.

“A Missouri Forty-niner's Trip across the Plains.” By James B. Evans. pp. 38-47.

“The Missouri Reader: The Lewis and Clark Expedition.” Part 3. Edited by Ada Paris Klein. pp. 48-70.

July 1948 (Vol. 42, No. 4)

“Republican Areas in Missouri.” By Robert M. Crisler. pp. 299-309.

“Missouri in Fiction: A Review and a Bibliography.” Part 2. By Joe W. Kraus. pp. 310-324.

“Missouri Agriculture as Revealed in the Eastern Agricultural Press, 1823-1869.” Part 2. Edited by George F. Lemmer. pp. 325-342.

“The Missouri Reader. The Lewis and Clark Expedition.” Part 2. Edited by Helen Deveneau Finley. pp. 343-366.

April 1948 (Vol. 42, No. 3)

“Missouri in Fiction; A Review and a Bibliography.” Part 1. By Joe W. Kraus. pp. 209-225.

“Missouri Agriculture as Revealed in the Eastern Agricultural Press, 1823-1869.” Part 1. Edited by George F. Lemmer. pp. 226-240.

“Nicholas Hesse, German Visitor to Missouri, 1835-1837.” Part 7. Translated by William G. Bek. pp. 241-248.

“The Missouri Reader. The Lewis and Clark Expedition.” Part 1. Edited by Helen Deveneau Finley. pp. 249-270.

January 1948 (Vol. 42, No. 2)

“The Political and Military Activities of the German Element in St. Louis, 1859-1861.” By Virgil C. Blum. pp. 103-129.

“Missouri's 'Little Dixie.'” By Robert M. Crisler. pp. 130-139.

“Nicholas Hesse, German Visitor to Missouri, 1835-1837.” Part 6. Translated by William G. Bek. pp. 140-152.

“The Missouri Reader. The Lousiana Purchase.” Part 2. Edited by Alice Furtney Laforce. pp. 153-172.

October 1947 (Vol. 42, No. 1)

“The Wiggins Ferry Monoply.” [sic] By Agnes Wallace. pp. 1-19.

“The Development of Kansas City as Grain and Milling Center.” By Alice Lanterman. pp. 20-33.

“Nicholas Hesse, German Visitor to Missouri, 1835-1837.” Part 5. Translated by William G. Bek. pp. 34-49.

“The Missouri Reader. The Louisiana Purchase.” Part 1. Edited by Alice Furtney La Force. pp. 50-71.

July 1947 (Vol. 41, No. 4)

“Boonslickers in the Gold Rush to California. Edited by Kate L. Gregg. pp. 345-360.

“Daniel Boone's Sons in Missouri.” By John K. Hulston. pp. 361-372.

“Nicholas Hesse, German Visitor to Missouri, 1835-1837.” Part 4. Translated by William G. Bek. pp. 373-390.

“The Missouri Reader. The French in the Valley.” Part 8. Edited by Dorothy Penn. pp. 391-405.

April 1947 (Vol. 41, No. 3)

“Missouri Literature Since the First World War.” Part 3--The Novel. By Minnie M. Brashear. pp. 241-265.

“The Journal of Titian Ramsay Peale, Pioneer Naturalist.” Part 2. Edited by A. O. Weese. pp. 266-284.

“Nicholas Hesse, German Visitor to Missouri, 1835-1837.” Part 3. Translated by William G. Bek. pp. 285-304.

“The Missouri Reader. The French in the Valley.” Part 7. Edited by Dorothy Penn. pp. 305-314.

January 1947 (Vol. 41, No. 2)

“Eugene Field's Newspaper Days in St. Louis.” By Harry R. Burke. pp. 137-146.

“The Journal of Titian Ramsay Peale, Pioneer Naturalist.” Edited by A. O. Weese. pp. 147-163.

“Nicholas Hesse, German Visitor to Missouri, 1835-1837.” Part 2. Translated by William G. Bek. pp. 164-183.

“Missouri and the War.” Part 18. By Dorothy Dysart Flynn. pp. 184-191.

“The Missouri Reader. The French in the Valley.” Part 6. Edited by Marie George Windell. pp. 192-216.

October 1946 (Vol. 41, #1)

“New England Business Interests in Missouri During the Civil War.” By George Winston Smith. pp. 1-18.

“Nicholas Hesse, German Visitor to Missouri, 1835-1837.” Part 1. Translated by William G. Bek. pp. 19-44.

“Missouri Authors and Journalists in the Orient.” By John B. Powell. pp. 45-55.

“Missouri and the War.” Part 17. By Dorothy Dysart Flynn. pp. 56-76.

“The Missouri Reader: The French in the Valley.” Part 5. Edited by Marie George Windell. pp. 77-106.

July 1946 (Vol. 40, No. 4)

“Farm Machinery in Ante-Bellum Missouri.” By George F. Lemmer. pp. 467-480.

“Some Aspects of the Southern Overland Mail, 1857-1861.” By Virginia L. Rebbing. pp. 481-502.

“The Civil War Diary of John T. Buegel, Union Soldier.” Part 2. Translated by William G. Bek. pp. 503-530.

“Missouri and the War: The Home Front in Rural Missouri During World War II.” By Gerard Schultz. pp. 531-545.

“The Annual Report of the State Historical Society of Missouri.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 546-561.

“The Missouri Reader: The French in the Valley.” Part 4. Edited by Dorothy Penn. pp. 562-578.

April 1946 (Vol. 40, No. 3)

“The Civil War Diary of John T. Buegel, Union Soldier.” Part 1. Translated by William G. Bek. pp. 307-329.

“Missouri Literature Since the First World War. Drama, Juvenilia, and Non-Fiction.” Part 2. By Minnie M. Brashear. pp. 330-348.

“George Caleb Bingham's 'Order No. 11.'” By Dorothy Penn. pp. 349-357.

“Missouri and the War.” By Dorothy Dysart Flynn. pp. 358-406.

“The Missouri Reader: The French in the Valley.” Part 3. Edited by Dorothy Penn. pp. 407-430.

January 1946 (Vol. 40, No. 2)

“Mark Twain's Florida Years.” By George Ivan Bidewell. pp. 159-173.

“The Road West in 1818, The Diary of Henry Vest Bingham.” Edited by Marie George Windell. pp. 174-204.

“The Steamboat, Playground of St. Louis in the Fifties.” By Laura Langehennig. pp. 205-214.

“Missouri and the War.” By Dorothy Dysart Flynn. pp. 215-244.

“The Missouri Reader: The French in the Valley.” Edited by Dorothy Penn. pp. 245-275.

October 1945 (Vol. 40, No. 1)

“Missouri Literature Since the First World War. Part I, Verse.” By Minnie M. Brashear. pp. 1-20.

“The Road West in 1818, The Diary of Henry Vest Bingham.” Edited by Marie George Windell. pp. 21-54.

“Contribution of State Historical Society of Missouri to the Constitutional Convention.” By Allen McReynolds. pp. 55-60.

“Missouri and the War.” By Dorothy Dysart Flynn. pp. 61-89.

“The Missouri Reader: The French in the Valley.” Part 1. By Dorothy Penn. pp. 90-122.

July 1945 (Vol. 39, No. 4)

“The Troubles of the Circuit Rider.” By James A. Hazlett. pp. 421-437.

“The Fayette of the Eighties.” By Lilburn A. Kingsbury. pp. 438-459.

“As Benton Sees the War.” By Marie George Windell. pp. 460-467.

“Biennial Report of the State Historical Society of Missouri.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 468-478.

“Missouri and th War.” By Dorothy Dysart Flynn. pp. 479-504.

“The Missouri Reader: Explorers in the Valley.” Edited by Kate L. Gregg. pp. 505-544.

April 1945 (Vol. 39, No. 3)

“Reform in the Roaring Forties and Fifties.” By Marie George Windell. pp. 291-320.

“Slavery and Party Realignment in Missouri in the State Election of 1856.” By Walter H. Ryle. pp. 320-332.

“Missouri and the War.” By Dorothy Dysart Flynn. pp. 333-353.

“The Missouri Reader: Explorers in the Valley.” Edited by Kate L. Gregg. pp. 354-382.

January 1945 (Vol. 39, No. 2)

“Missourians in the Gold Rush.” By Kate L. Gregg. pp. 137-154.

“The Background of Reform on the Missouri Frontier.” By Marie George Windell. pp. 155-183.

“Westward Along Boone's Lick Trail in 1826. The Diary of Colonel John Glover.” Edited by Marie George Windell. pp. 184-199.

“Missouri and the War.” By Dorothy Dysart Flynn. pp. 200-223.

“The Missouri Reader: Indians in the Valley.” pp. 224-258.

October 1944 (Vol. 39, No. 1)

“Women and Children on the Oregon-California Trail in the Gold-Rush Years.” By Georgia Willis Read. pp. 1-23.

“The Farmers' Alliance in Missouri.” By Homer Clevenger. pp. 24-44.

“The Anti-Masonic Movement in Early Missouri.” By Arthur Loyd Collins. pp. 45-52.

“Missouri and the War.” By Dorothy Dysart Flynn. pp. 53-74.

“The Missouri Reader: Indians in the Valley.” pp. 75-97.

July 1944 (Vol. 38, No. 4)

“St. Louis, Host of Celebrated Nineteenth Century British and American Authors.” By Robert R. Hubach. pp. 375-387.

“The Slavery Issue and the Political Decline of Thomas Hart Benton, 1846-1856.” By Benjamin C. Merkel. pp. 388-407.

“Life, Labor, and Society in Boone County, Missouri, 1834-1852, As Revealed in the Correspondence of an Immigrant Slave-Owning Family from North Carolina.” Part 2. By Lewis E. Atherton. pp. 408-429.

“Missouri and the War. Part 8. By Dorothy Dysart Flynn. pp. 430-451.

April 1944 (Vol. 38, No. 3)

“The Missourian and Ten of his Outstanding Representatives.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 241-259.

“Diseases, Drugs, and Doctors on the Oregon-California Trail in the Gold-Rush Years.” By Georgia Willis Read. pp. 260-276.

“Life, Labor, and Society in Boone County, Missouri, 1834-1852, As Revealed in the Correspondence of an Immigrant Slave Owning Family from North Carolina. Part 1. By Lewis E. Atherton. pp.277-304.

“Missouri and the War. Part 7. By Dorothy Dysart Flynn. pp. 305-324.

January 1944 (Vol. 38, No. 2)

“Doctor John J. Lowry: A Frontier Physician.” By Charles F. Mullett. pp. 127-137.

“Organizing the Republican Party in the 'Border-Slave' Regions: Edward Bates's Presidential Candidacy in 1860.” By Reinhard H. Luthin. pp. 138-161.

“Missouri at West Point: Her Graduates Through the Civil War Years.” By George T. Ness. Jr. pp. 162-169.

“Missouri and the War.” Part 6. By Dorothy Dysart Flynn. pp. 170-191.

October 1943 (Vol. 38, No. 1)

“Missouri, Crossroads of the Nation.” By Wiley B. Rutledge. pp. 1-11.

“Traces in Early Missouri, 1700-1804.” By Martha May Wood. pp. 12-24.

“A Snapshot of Alexander W. Doniphan, 1808-1887.” By Frederic A. Culmer. pp. 25-32.

“The Old St. Jo Gazette.” By Fredric M. Pumphrey. pp. 33-43.

“Missouri and the War.” Part 5. By Juliet M. Gross. pp. 44-62.

July 1943 (Vol. 37, No. 4)

“Agitation for Agricultural Improvement in Central Missouri Newspapers Prior to the Civil War.” By George F. Lemmer. pp. 371-385.

“Walt Whitman Visits St. Louis, 1879.” By Robert R. Hubach. pp. 386-393.

“Portrait of a Pioneer Physician.” By Pierre R. Porter. pp. 394-405.

“Annual Report of the State Historical Society of Missouri.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 406-415.

“Missouri and the War.” By Juliet M. Gross. pp. 416-429.

April 1943 (Vol. 37, No. 3)

“The Camp Meeting in Missouri.” By Marie George Windell. pp. 253-270.

“The Underground Railroad and the Missouri Borders, 1840-1860.” By Benjamin G. Merkel. pp. 271-285.

“Cattle Drives in Missouri.” By Virginia Sue Hutcheson. pp. 286-296.

“Missouri and the War.” By Juliet M. Gross. pp. 297-314.

January 1943 (Vol. 37, No. 2)

“A City That is Set On a Hill Cannot Be Hid.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 123-133.

“The Pastimes of Missourians Before 1900.” By Lily Ann Dickey. pp. 134-149.

“A Man Named Johnson.” By Kate L. Gregg. pp. 150-161.

“The Supreme Court of Missouri.” By Albert M. Clark. pp. 162-168.

“Missouri and the War.” By Beatrice Thrapp. pp. 169-183.

October 1942 (Vol. 37, No. 1)

“The Division in Missouri Methodism in 1845.” By Hauser Winter. pp. 1-18.

“The Morrison Observatory.” By Robert R. Fleet. pp. 19-28.

“Early Leaders in Livestock Improvement in Missouri.” By George F. Lemmer. pp. 29-39.

“Missouri and the War.” By Bertha Gruber. pp. 40-56.

July 1942 (Vol. 36, No. 4)

“Western Life and Western Books.” By J. Christian Bay. pp. 403-411.

“The James Boys and Missouri Politics.” By William A. Settle, Jr. pp. 412-429.

“Dr. Isidor Loeb.” By Allen McReynolds. pp. 430-434.

“Missouri--Heir of Southern Tradition and Individuality.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 435-446.

“Lost Channels.” By Sue Hetherington. pp. 447-458.

April 1942 (Vol. 36, No. 3)

“Étienne Véniard de Bourgmond in the Missouri Country.” By Henri Folmer. pp. 279-298.

“The Marion College Episode in Northeast Missouri History.” By Howard I. McKee. pp 299-319.

“Father Timothy Dempsey.” By Harold J. McAuliffe, S.J. pp. 320-333.

January 1942 (Vol. 36, No. 2)

“The Background of Public Speaking in Missouri, 1840-1860.” By Dudley J. Bidstrup. pp. 133-159.

“St. Louis and the Great Whiskey Ring.” By Lucius E. Guese. pp. 160-183.

“St. Charles, City of Paradoxes.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 184-189.

“Some Aspects of Early Indian Fur Trade.” By Isabel S. Dolch. pp. 190-198.

October 1941 (Vol. 36, No. 1)

“They Came from Missouri and They Showed the World.” By Irving Dillard. pp. 3-31.

“The Building of the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad.” By Homer Clevenger. pp. 32-47.

“The Iron Industry of Missouri. (Cont'd). By Arthur B. Cozzens. pp. 48-60.

July 1941 (Vol. 35, No. 4)

“The Iron Industry of Missouri.” By Arthur B. Cozzens. pp. 509-538.

“The School Law of 1853, Its Origin and Authors.” By Howard I. McKee. pp. 539-561.

“Quality Hill--A Study in Heredity.” By Pierre R. Porter. pp. 562-569.

April 1941 (Vol. 35, No. 3)

“Frontier Education in Spanish Louisiana.” By Ernest R. Liljegren. pp. 345-372.

“Fort Orleans of the Missoury.” By Gilbert J. Garraghan, S.J. pp. 373-384.

“Major Alphonso Wetmore.” By Kate L. Gregg. pp. 385-393.

“The Southern Press in Missouri, 1861-1864.” By William F. Swindler. pp. 394-400.

January 1941 (Vol. 35, No. 2)

“Attorney General Herbert S. Hadley Versus the Standard Oil Trust.” By Hazel Tutt Long. pp. 171-187.

“Missouri Railroads During the Civil War and Reconstruction.” By Margaret Louise Fitzsimmons. pp. 188-206. Early Ste. Genevieve and its Architecture.” By Charles E. Peterson. pp. 207-232.

October 1940 (Vol. 35, No. 1)

“Manners and Humors of the American Frontier.” By Thomas D. Clark. pp. 3-24.

“Hamilton R. Gamble, Missouri's War Governor.” By Marguerite Potter. pp. 25-71.

July 1940 (Vol. 34, No. 4)

“The History of Fort Osage.” By Kate L. Gregg. pp. 439-488.

“Missouri Avenue and the Missouri State Lottery.” By Samuel W. Ravenel. pp. 489-497.

April 1940 (Vol. 34, No. 3)

“The Jackson Men in Missouri in 1828.” By Hattie M. Anderson. pp. 301-334.

“Business Techniques in the Santa Fe Trade.” By Lewis E. Atherton. pp. 335-341.

“Some Missouri Judges I Have Known.” By North Todd Gentry. pp. 342-356.

January 1940 (Vol. 34, No. 2)

“The City Manager Plan in Kansas City.” By Henry M. Alexander. pp. 145-156.

“The Labor Movement in St. Louis from 1860 to 1890.” By Russell M. Nolen. pp. 157-181.

“Frontier Economic Problems in Missouri.” Part 2. By Hattie M. Anderson. pp. 182-203.

October 1939 (Vol. 34, No. 1)

“Propaganda and the Kansas-Missouri War.” By Lloyd Lewis. pp. 3-17.

“The Labor Movement in St. Louis Prior to the Civil War.” By Russell M. Nolen. pp. 18-37.

“Frontier Economic Problems in Missouri, 1815-1828. Part 1. By Hattie M. Anderson. pp. 38-70.

July 1939 (Vol. 33, No. 4)

“Missouri As A Pioneer in Criminal Court Reform.” By A. C. Breckenridge and W. G. Colman. pp. 471-476.

“Educational Opportunities in Early Missouri. Part 2. By Margaret McMillan and Monia Cook Morris. pp. 477-498.

“Letters of George Caleb Bingham to James S. Rollins. Part 8. Edited by C. B. Rollins. pp. 499-526.

April 1939 (Vol. 33, No. 3)

“Educational Opportunities in Early Missouri. Part 1. By Margaret McMillan and Monia Cook Morris. pp. 307-325.

“The War of 1812 on the Missouri Frontier. Part 3. By Kate L. Gregg. pp. 326-348 “Letters of George Caleb Bingham to James S. Rollins. Part 7. Edited by C. B. Rollins. pp. 349-384.

January 1939 (Vol. 33, No. 2)

“The Saxon Immigration to Missouri, 1838-1839.” By P. E. Kretzmann, pp. 157-170.

“Portraits of Daniel Boone.” By Roy T. King. pp. 171-183.

“The War of 1812 on Missouri Frontier. Part 2. By Kate L. Gregg. pp. 184-202.

“Letters of George Caleb Bingham to James S. Rollins. Part 6. Edited by C. B. Rollins. pp. 203-229.

October 1938 (Vol. 33, No. 1)

“The War of 1812 on the Missouri Frontier.” Part 1. By Kate L. Gregg. pp. 3-22.

“The Evolution of a Frontier Society in Missouri, 1815-1828.” Part 3. By Hattie M. Anderson. pp. 23-44.

“Letters of George Caleb Bingham to James S. Rollins. Part 5. Edited by C. B. Rollins. pp. 45-78.

July 1938 (Vol. 32, No. 4)

“St. Joseph, Missouri, As A Center of the Cattle Trade.” By Frank S. Popplewell. pp. 443-457.

“The Evolution of a Frontier Society in Missouri, 1815-1828. Part 2. By Hattie M. Anderson. pp. 458-483.

“Letters of George Caleb Bingham to James S. Rollins. Part 4. Edited by C. B. Rollins. pp. 484-522.

April 1938 (Vol. 32, No. 3)

“Spanish Louisiana and the West: The Economic Significance of the Ste. Genevieve District.” By J. Manuel Espinosa. pp. 287-297.

“The Evolution of a Frontier Society in Missouri, 1815-1828.” Part 1. By Hattie M. Anderson. pp. 298-326.

“The Preservation and Dissemination of Missouri History.” By E. M. Violette. pp. 327-339.

“Letters of George Caleb Bingham to James S. Rollins. Part 3. Edited by C. B. Rollins. pp. 340-377.

January 1938 (Vol. 32, No. 2)

“The Platte Purchase.” By Howard I. McKee. pp. 129-147.

“Missouri in the Old Geographies.” By Harrison A. Trexler. pp. 148-155.

“The Jefferson Inquirer.” By Estal E. Sparlin. pp. 156-163.

“Letters of George Caleb Bingham to James S. Rollins.” Edited by C. B. Rollins. pp. 164-202.

October 1937 (Vol. 32, No. 1)

“Letters of George Caleb Bingham to James S. Rollins.” Edited by C. B. Rollins. pp. 3-34.

“The Missouri Constitutional Controversy of 1845.” By Priscilla Bradford. pp. 35-55.

“The Papers of the Food Administration for Missouri, 1917-1919, in the National Archives.” By William D. McCain. pp. 56-61.

July 1937 (Vol. 31, No. 4)

“History in the Making.” By Lloyd C. Stark. pp. 367-369.

“Missouri and Missourians.” By Allen McReynolds. pp. 370-381.

“Charles Sealsfield, A Forgotten Discoverer of the Valley of the Mississippi.” By Otto Heller. pp. 382-401.

“The Missouri Democrat and the Civil War.” By Lucy Lucile Tasher. pp. 402-419.

April 1937 (Vol. 31, No. 3)

“Howard High School, The Outstanding Pioneer Coeducational High School in Missouri.” By Dorothy B. Dorsey. pp. 249-266.

“Cadet Chouteau, An Identification.” By John Francis McDermott. pp. 267-271.

“Plank Roads in Missouri.” By North Todd Gentry. pp. 272-287.

“The Career of James Proctor Knott in Missouri.” By Edwin W. Mills. pp. 288-294.

January 1937 (Vol. 31, No. 2)

“A Day and Night With 'Old Davy': David R. Atchison.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 129-139.

“The Battle of Carthage.” By Ward L. Schrantz. pp. 140-149.

“Missouri, 1804-1828: Peopling a Frontier State.” By Hattie M. Anderson. pp. 150-180.

October 1936 (Vol. 31, No. 1)

“The Political Turmoil of 1874 in Missouri.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 3-9.

“Social Life in St. Louis from 1840 to 1860.” By Helen Davault Williams. pp. 10-24.

“Missouri in the Spanish American War. Part 2. By Ruby Weedell Waldeck. pp. 25-56.

July 1936 (Vol. 30, No. 4)

“Building of the First American Fort West of the Mississippi.” By Kate L. Gregg. pp. 345-364.

“Missouri in the Spanish American War.” Part 1. By Ruby Weedell Waldeck. pp.365-400.

April 1936 (Vol. 30, No. 3)

“Missouri, A Land of Promise.” By Hattie M. Anderson. pp. 227-253.

“A Century of Missouri Ideology as Seen Through the Inaugural Addresses of its Governors.” By Estal E. Sparlin. pp. 254-266.

“The Western Prologue to the War of 1812.” Robert L. Fisher. pp. 267-281.

January 1936 (Vol. 30, No. 2)

“Robert William Wells, Jurist, Public Servant, and Designer of the Missouri State Seal.” By Roy T. King. pp. 107-131.

“The Panic and Depression of 1837-43 in Missouri.” By Dorothy B. Dorsey. pp. 132-161.

October 1935 (Vol. 30, No. 1)

“James and Robert Aull--A Frontier Missouri Mercantile Firm.” By Lewis E. Atherton. pp. 3-27.

“Pen Pictures of Celebrated St. Louis Lawyers of Bygone Days.” By J. Hugo Grimm. pp. 28-38.

“The Raid on the Parkville Industrial Luminary.” By Roy V. Magers. pp. 39-46.

“History of Township Organization in Missouri.” By Milton Garrison. pp. 47-56.

July 1935 (Vol. 29, No. 4)

“Attitudes Toward Missouri Speech.” By Allen Walker Read. pp. 259-271.

“The Exclusive Trade Privilege of Maxent, LaClède and Company.” By John Francis McDermott. pp. 272-278.

“The Development of Fiction on the Missouri Frontier (1830-1860).” Part 6. By Carle Brooks Spotts. pp. 279-294.

April 1935 (Vol. 29, No. 3)

“Mark Twain, America's Most Widely Read Author.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 165-168.

“The Mark Twain Centennial, 1835-1935.” By Roy T. King. pp. 169-174.

“Steamboat Navigation On The Osage River Before the Civil War.” By Gerard Schultz. pp. 175-185.

“The Development of Fiction on the Missouri Frontier (1830-1860). Part 5. By Carle Brooks Spotts. pp. 186-194.

“The Early History of Lead Mining In Missouri.” Part 5. By Ruby Johnson Swartzlow. pp. 195-205.

January 1935 (Vol. 29, No. 2)

“The Panic of 1819 in Missouri.” By Dorothy B. Dorsey. pp. 79-91.

“The First Roads West of the Mississippi.” By Ida M. Schaaf. pp. 92-99.

“The Development of Fiction of the Missouri Frontier (1830-1860). Part 4. By Carle Brooks Spotts. pp. 100-108.

“The Early History of Lead Mining In Missouri.” Part 4. By Ruby Johnson Swartzlow. pp.109-114.

October 1934 (Vol. 29, No. 1)

“The Confines of a Wilderness.” By John Francis McDermott. pp. 3-12.

“Degrees Granted by Early Colleges in Missouri.” By Earl A. Collins. pp. 13-16.

“The Development of Fiction on the Missouri Frontier (1830-1860). Part 3. By Carle Brooks Spotts, pp. 17-26.

“The Early History of Lead Mining In Missouri.” Part 3. By Ruby Johnson Swartzlow. pp. 27-34.

July 1934 (Vol. 28, No. 4)

“The Authors of 'Pioneer Families in Missouri.'” By W. W. Elwang. pp. 255-259.

“Missouri Slavery, 1861-1865.” By Earl J. Nelson. pp. 260-274.

“ The Development of Fiction on the Missouri Frontier (1830-1860). Part 2. By Carle Brooks Spotts. pp. 275-286.

“The Early History of Lead Mining in Missouri. Part 2. By Ruby Johnson Swartzlow. pp. 287-295.

April 1934 (Vol. 28, #3)

“Legal and Illegal Sales of Liquor in Boone County.” By North Todd Gentry. pp. 173-183.

“The Early History of Lead Mining in Missouri. Part 1. By Ruby Johnson Swartzlow. pp. 184-194.

“The Development of Fiction on the Missouri Frontier (1830-1860). Part 1. By Carle Brooks Spotts. pp. 195-205.

“Joseph B. McCullagh. Part 15. By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 206-210.

January 1934 (Vol. 28, No. 2)

“Outstanding Architects in St. Louis Between 1804 and 1904.” By John A. Bryan. pp. 83-90.

“Merry-Making in Missouri in the Old Days.” By Monas N. Squires. pp. 91-102.

“Abiel Leonard. Part 5. By Frederic A. Culmer. pp. 103-124.

“Joseph B. McCullagh. Part 14. By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 125-129.

October 1933 (Vol. 28, No. 1)

“Mike Fink in Missouri.” By C. B. Spotts. pp. 3-8.

“The Boonslick Road in St. Charles County. Part 2. By Kate L Gregg. pp. 9-16.

“Abiel Leonard.” Part 4. By Frederic A. Culmer. pp. 17-37.

“Joseph B. McCullagh.” Part 13. By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 38-42.

July 1933 (Vol. 27, No. 4)

“The Multitude Incorporated.” By Earl A. Collins. pp. 303-306.

“The Boonslick Road in St. Charles County.” By Kate L. Gregg. pp. 307-314.

“Abiel Leonard.” Part 3. By Frederic A. Culmer. pp. 315-336.

“Joseph B. McCullagh.” Part 12. By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 337-343.

April 1933 (Vol. 27, No. 3)

“Abiel Leonard.” Part 2. By Frederic A. Culmer. pp. 217-239.

“Missouri's Confederate State Capitol at Marshall, Texas.” By Frank Anderson. pp. 240-243.

“Henry Lewis and His Mammoth Panorama of the Mississippi River.” By Monas D. Squires. pp. 244-256.

“Joseph B. McCullagh.” Part 11. By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 257-261.

January 1933 (Vol. 27, No. 2)

“Abiel Leonard. Part 1. By Frederic A. Culmer. pp. 113-131.

“The Study of Missouri-Place-Names at the University of Missouri.” By Robert L. Ramsay. pp. 132-144.

“The Founding of St. Genevieve, Missouri.” By Mrs. Ida M. Schaaf. pp. 145-150.

“Joseph B. McCullagh. Part 10. By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 151-156.

October 1932 (Vol. 27, No. 1)

“Judge James Hawkins Peck.” By Charles B. Davis. pp. 3-20.

“Missouri History Values in the Public School Curriculum.” By Pauline Dingle Knobbs. pp. 21-27.

“A New View of the Election of Barton and Benton to the United States Senate in 1820.” By Monas N. Squires. pp. 28-45.

“Battle of Wilson's Creek.” By Robert A. Austin. pp. 46-49.

“Joseph B. McCullagh.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 50-62.

July 1932 (Vol. 26, No. 4)

“The Butterfield Overland Mail in Missouri.” By Monas N. Squires. pp. 331-341.

“The Early Career of Joseph Charless, The First Printer in Missouri.” By Douglas C. McMurtrie. pp. 342-353.

“The Military Operations in Missouri in the Summer and Autumn of 1861.” By General Franz Sigel. pp. 354-367.

“Proprosed Railroads in Northeast Missouri.” By North Todd Gentry. pp. 368-373.

“Joseph B. McCullagh. Part 8. By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 374-386.

April 1932 (Vol. 26, No. 3)

“Pritchett College.” By T. Berry Smith. pp. 223-235.

“The 'Ringer Sale.'” By George Munger. pp. 236-240.

“Selections from the Autobiography of Governor T. T. Crittenden. Part 3. pp. 241-255.

“Joseph B. McCullagh. Part 7. By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 256-266.

“Joseph Pulitzer.” Part 6. By George S. Johns. pp. 267-280.

January 1932 (Vol. 26, No. 2)

“Some Early Missouri Bankers.” By J. Ray Cable. pp. 117-125.

“The Railroads of Missouri, 1850-1870.” By Paul W. Gates. pp. 126-141.

“Selections from the Autobiography of Governor T. T. Crittenden. Part 2. pp. 142-152.

“Joseph B. McCullagh. Part 6. By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 153-162.

“Joseph Pulitzer. Part 5. By George S. Johns. pp. 163-178.

October 1931 (Vol. 26, No. 1)

“Selections From the Autobiography of Governor T. T. Crittenden. Part 1. pp. 3-11.

“Missouri's First Railroad.” By R. B. Oliver. pp. 12-18.

“The Kansas City Charter of 1875.” By Thomas S. Barclay. pp. 19-39.

“Joseph B. McCullagh.” Part 5. By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 40-53.

“Joseph Pulitzer.” Part 4. By George S. Johns. pp. 54-67.

“The St. Louis School of Thought.” Part 5. By Cleon Forbes. pp. 68-77.


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