Publications


Missouri Historical Review

Listing of titles and authors by volume


July 1981 (Vol. 75, No. 4)

“Thomas Hart Benton's Original Illustrations for Mark Twain Classics.” 385-395.

“The Belle Fontaine Indian Factory, 1805-1808.” By Russell M. Magnaghi. pp. 396-416.

“Of Sugar and Salt and Things in the Cellar and Sun: Food Preservation in Jackson County in the 1850s.” By Janet Bruce. pp. 417-447.

“Rhetoric of a Small Midwestern Town.” By Alice Donaldson. pp. 448-463.

April 1981 (Vol. 75, No. 3)

“Eight Months in Missouri: The Civil War Letters of Philander H. Nesbit.” By Norman Stewart. pp. 261-284.

“The Lock Mill, Loose Creek, Missouri: The Center of a Self-Sufficient Community, 1848-1900.” By Janet C. Rowe. pp. 285-293.

“Charles H. Jones: Spokesman for the 'Western Idea.'” By Thomas Graham. pp. 294-315.

“Mass Commercial Amusements in Kansas City Before World War I.” By Alan Havig. pp. 316-345.

January 1981 (Vol. 75, No. 2)

“Gottfried Duden: A Nineteenth-Century Missouri Promoter.” By James W. Goodrich. pp. 131-146.

“Trader William Gilliss and Delaware Migration in Southern Missouri.” By Lynn Morrow. pp. 147-167.

“The Knights of Father Mathew: Parallel Ethnic Reform.” By Martin G. Towey and Margaret LoPiccolo Sullivan. pp. 168-183.

“History of Morrison Observatory, 1875-1979.” By Bartlett C. Jones. pp. 184-196.

“Bennett Champ Clark and the 1936 Presidential Campaign.” By Thomas T. Spencer. pp. 197-213.

October 1980 (Vol. 75, No. 1)

“Bourgmond's Fort d'Orleans and the Missouri Indians.” By Robert T. Bray. pp. 1-32.

“A Minuteman for Years: Clarence Cannon and the Spirit of Volunteerism.” By Stephen Ray Lilley. pp. 33-50.

“Lafayette County and the Aftermath of Slavery, 1861-1870.” By John Starrett Hughes. pp. 51-63.

“The Expansion of the Settlement Frontier in Missouri.” By James R. Shortridge. pp. 64-90.

July 1980 (Vol. 74, No. 4)

“The Carondelet Seminary.” By John E. Rybolt, C.M. pp. 391-413.

“The Prison Against the Town: Jefferson City and the Penitentiary in the 19th Century.” By Gary R. Kremer and Thomas E. Gage. pp. 414-432.

“The Mule in Missouri Agriculture, 1821-1950.” By G. K. Renner. pp. 433-457.

“Partnership Practice and the Professionalization of Architecture in Kansas City, Missouri.” By George Ehrlich. pp. 458-480.

April 1980 (Vol. 74, No. 3)

“Jefferson Landing: A Commercial Center of the Steamboat Era.” By Eldon Hattervig. pp. 277-299.

“The Emergence of Bureaucracy: The Missouri School Law of 1853.” By Ken Luebbering. pp. 300-322.

“Remember Poisin Spring.” By Mike Fisher. pp. 323-342.

“W. E. B. Du Bois at Lincoln University: Founders' Day Address, 1941.” By Walter C. Daniel. pp. 343-355.

January 1980 (Vol. 74, No. 2)

“Covered Bridges: Sturdy Relics of Missouri.” By Haden Smith. pp. 123-136.

“The Impeachment and Trial of James H. Peck.” By Eleanore Bushnell. pp. 137-165.

“The Meeting of Two Bears: Grand Duke Alexis at the Missouri Legislature.” By Byron Stewart. pp. 166-189.

“Government Patronage of the Press in St. Louis, Missouri: 1829-1832. By Elizabeth Snapp. pp. 190-216.

October 1979 (Vol. 74, No. 1)

“The Decline of Radicalism and Its Effect on Public Education in Missouri.” By Arthur E. Lee. pp. 1-20.

“Missouri and Monopoly: The 1890s As an Experiment In Law Enforcement.” By Steven L. Piott. pp. 21-49.

“The World of Make-Believe: James Milton Turner and Black Masonry.” By Gary R. Kremer. pp. 50-71.

“Early Movies and Their Impact on Columbia.” By Joe E. Smith. pp. 72-85.

July 1979 (Vol. 73, No. 4)

“Commemorating George Caleb Bingham: An Exhibit.” 407-425.

“Mr. Bingham's Tombstone.” By Jean Tyree Hamilton. pp. 426-433.

“John S. Jones: Farmer, Freighter, Frontier Promoter.” By William B. Claycomb. pp. 434-450.

“Julius Strauss and the Art of Photography.” By Bonnie Wright. pp. 451-462.

April 1979 (Vol. 73, No. 3)

“Robert Eaton Acock: The Gentleman From Polk.” By James W. Goodrich. pp. 281-306.

“History of 'La Saline': Salt Manufacturing Site 1675-1825.” By David D. Denman. pp. 307-320.

“Panther Hollow and Dead Elm School: Plant and Animal Place Names in Missouri.” By Walter A. Schroeder. pp. 321-347.

“Fighting Words From the Frontier: Thomas Hardeman On The Election of 1824-1825.” By Nicholas P. Hardeman. pp. 348-362.

“The Cartoon Collections at the State Historical Society.” By Laura Peritore. pp. 363-377.

January 1979 (Vol. 73, No. 2)

“The Ozarks in Missouri History.” By Duane Meyer. pp. 143-149.

“Slave Labor At The Maramec Iron Works, 1828-1850.” By Barbara L. Green. pp. 150-164.

“One Year At War: Letters of Capt. Geo. W. Dawson, C.S.A.” Edited by H. Riley Bock. pp. 165-197.

“Joseph K. Emmet as Fritz, Our Cousin German: The Stage Immigrant and the American Dream.” By John R. David. pp. 198-217.

“La Grange: Home of the James S. Rollins Family.” By Ruth Rollins Westfall. pp. 218-236.

October 1978 (Vol. 73, No. 1)

“Catholic Integration in St. Louis, 1935-1947.” By Donald J. Kemper. pp. 1-22.

“The Missouri State Fair: A Struggle to Begin.” By Mary K. Dains. pp. 23-53.

“The Exodusters of 1879: St. Louis and Kansas City Responses.” By Suzanna M. Grenz. pp. 54-70.

“James Shannon's Search for Happiness.” By George R. Lee. pp. 71-84.

“Exploration and Diplomacy: George Champlin Sibley's Report to William Clark, 1811.” Edited by Thomas D. Isern. pp. 85-102.

July 1978 (Vol. 72, No. 4)

“Pierre Chouteau, Entrepreneur as Indian Agent.” By William E. Foley and Charles David Rice. pp. 365-387.

“Population and Agriculture In Nodaway County, Missouri, 1850 to 1860.” By Randall C. Manring. pp. 388-411.

“Secessionist Strength in Missouri.” By William Roed. pp. 412-423.

“The M.A.C. Fire in St. Louis, 1914.” By Bonnie Wright. pp. 424-433.

April 1978 (Vol. 72, No. 3)

“Sobriquets of Missouri and Missourians.” By David D. March. pp. 243-261.

“The Early Missouri Graduates of West Point: Officers or Merchants?” By Donald Chaput. pp. 262-270.

“Boone County Slaves: Sales, Estate Divisions and Families, 1820-1865.” Part 2. By James William McGettigan, Jr. pp. 271-295.

“Reformers, Factionalists and Kansas City's 1925 City Manager Charter.” By Donald B. Oster. pp. 296-327.

January 1978 (Vol. 72, No. 2)

“St. Louis's Resident Ballet Company: 1852.” By Mary Grace Swift. pp. 121-135.

“Stereotypes and Cliches: The Pioneer Teacher in Missouri.” By Ralph E. Glauert. pp. 136-153.

“Reverend R. D. Thomas's 'Welsh in Missouri, 1872.'” By Phillips G. Davies. pp. 154-175.

“Boone County Slaves: Sales, Estate Divisions and Families, 1820-1865.” Part 1. By James William McGettigan, Jr. pp. 176-197.

October 1977 (Vol. 72, No. 1)

“The Persistency of Colonization in Missouri.” By Donnie D. Bellamy. pp. 1-24.

“Richard Campbell: The Missouri Years.” By James W. Goodrich. pp. 25-37.

“The Fragility of the Roosevelt Coalition: The Case in Missouri.” By Thomas F. Soapes. pp. 38-57.

“China at the St. Louis World's Fair.” By Irene E. Cortinovis. pp. 59-66.

“The Jefferson Monument at the University of Missouri.” By William Peden. pp. 67-77.

July 1977 (Vol. 71, No. 4)

“'Killed by Rebels': A Civil War Massacre and Its Aftermath.” By Robert W. Frizzell. pp. 369-395.

“The Lead Belt Riot and World War One.” By Christopher C. Gibbs. pp. 396-418.

“Missouri and the Presidential Election of 1828.” By Byron G. Lander. pp. 419-435.

April 1977 (Vol. 71, No. 3)

“Chicago Versus St. Louis: A Reassessment of the Great Rivalry.” By J. Christopher Schnell. pp. 245-265.

“Slavery in Callaway County, Missouri: 1845-1855.” Part 2. By Philip V. Scarpino. pp. 266-283.

“'Holy Joe' Folk's Crusade: The 1918 Election in Missouri.” By Barry Robert Wood. pp. 284-314.

“Compulsory Education and the St. Louis Public School System 1905-1907.” By Richard Ives. pp. 315-329.

January 1977 (Vol. 71, No. 2)

“Kenrick's First Seminary.” By John E. Rybolt, C.M. pp. 139-155.

“The Battle of Wilson's Creek and its Effect Upon Missouri.” By L. E. Schroeder. pp. 156-173.

“Organizing Small Business During World War II: The Experience of the Kansas City Region.” By Donald J. Mrozek. pp. 174-192.

“4-H Club Work in Missouri. By Clarence R. Keathley and Donna M. Ham. pp. 193-203.

October 1976 (Vol. 71, No. 1)

“Population Origins in Rural Missouri.” By Russel L. Gerlach. pp. 1-21.

“Slavery in Callaway County, Missouri: 1845-1855.” By Philip V. Scarpino. pp. 22-43.

“General M. Jeff Thompson: Soldier-Rhetorician.” By Donal J. Stanton, Goodwin F. Berquist, Jr., and Paul C. Bowers. pp. 44-58.

“Background to Apostasy: James Milton Turner and the Republican Party.” By Gary R. Kremer. pp. 59-75.

“Henry Lee of Virginia.” By Sandra Wallace. pp. 76-79.

July 1976 (Vol. 70, No. 4) Bicentennial Issue

“The Indians.” 379-382.

“Discovery and Exploration.” 383-385.

“Settling Upper Louisiana Territory.” pp. 386-392.

“Territorial Period: 1804-1820.” pp. 393-406.

“Early Statehood.” pp. 407-410.

“The Formative Years: 1821-1860.” pp. 441-439.

“Civil War.” pp. 440-448.

“Late 1800s And Early 1900s.” pp. 449-469.

“World War I.” pp. 470-473.

“Between The Wars: 1920-1930s.” pp. 474-490.

“World War II.” pp. 491-496.

“Modern Missouri.” pp. 497-512.

April 1976 (Vol. 70, No. 3)

“Missouri's Forgotten General: M. Jeff Thompson and the Civil War.” By Donal J. Stanton, Goodwin F. Berquist, Jr., and Paul C. Bowers. pp. 237-258.

“Urban Politics in Jacksonian St. Louis: Traditional Values in Change and Conflict.” By Maximilian Reichard. pp. 259-271.

“Base Hospital 21 and the Great War.” By Donna Bingham Munger. pp. 272-290.

“The Truman Administration's Fair Deal for Black America.” By Philip V. Vaughan. pp. 291-305.

“Robert Beverly Price II: Banker and Philanthropist.” By John C. Crighton. pp. 306-314.

January 1976 (Vol. 70, No. 2)

“Local History and the Bicentennial.” By James C. Olson. pp. 127-133.

“Smithton, Missouri.” By Beth Pendergast. pp. 134-141.

“The St. Louis Free Congregation Library: A Study of German-American Reading Interests.” By Don Heinrich Tolzmann. pp. 142-161.

“The Political Campaign of 1860 in Missouri.” By Doris Davis Wallace. pp. 162-183.

“Some Aspects of Black Education in Reconstruction Missouri: An Address by Richard B. Foster.” Edited by Antonio F. Holland and Gary R. Kremer. pp. 184-198.

October 1975 (Vol. 70, No. 1)

“J. Milton Turner: An Appraisal.” By Lawrence O. Christensen.” 1-19.

“University of Missouri Football: The First Decade.” By Mary K. Dains. pp. 20-54.

“The Contemporary Artists Exhibition.” 55-86.

“The Loss of Government Greenbacks on the Steamer Ruth.” By Ronald Horstman. pp. 87-89.

July 1975 (Vol. 69, No. 4)

“New Deal Scandals: E.Y. Mitchell and F.D.R.'s Commerce Department.” By J. Christopher Schnell. pp. 357-375.

“Toward the Promised Land: The Exodus to Kansas and Afterward.” By Arvarh E. Strickland. pp. 376-412.

“The Enrolled Missouri Militia: Its Creation and Controversial History.” By James A. Hamilton. pp. 413-432.

“The American Missionary Association and Black Education in Civil War Missouri.” By Joe M. Richardson. pp. 433-448.

“New Language for St. Louis Cathedral.” By Peter J. Rahill. pp. 449-460.

April 1975 (Vol. 69, No. 3)

“Thomas Hart Benton (1889-1975).” pp. 243-249.

“Men From Home: Missouri Volunteers in the Pacification of Mobile, Alabama, 1865-1866.” 250-259.

“Legitimate Theater in St. Louis, 1870-1879.” By Gerelyn Hollingsworth. pp. 260-281.

“Rural-Urban Tensions and the Bourbon Democrat: The Missouri Case.” By C. Joseph Pusateri. pp. 282-298.

“Agricultural Change in the Western Ozarks.” By Milton D. Rafferty. pp. 299-322.

January 1975 (Vol. 69, No. 2)

“Lawyers, Legislation and Educational Localism: The Missouri School Code of 1825.” By David L. Colton. pp. 121-146.

“'Farthest North' The Historian and the Battle of Athens.” By Leslie Anders. pp. 147-168.

“Post-Civil War Immigration to Southwest Missouri, 1865-1873.” By L. Steven Demaree. pp. 169-190.

“The War Against St. Louis's Smoke: 1891-1924.” By Robert Dale Grinder. pp. 191-205.

October 1974 (Vol. 69, No. 1)

“Thomas Hart Benton and the Santa Fe Trail.” By Stephen Sayles. pp. 1-22.

“Early Methodism in the New Madrid Circuit.” By Alberta H. Klemp. pp. 23-47.

“Rowdyism and Rivalism in the St. Louis Fire Department, 1850-1857.” By Arlen R. Dykstra. pp. 48-64.

“Kansas City Blacks, Harry Truman and the Pendergast Machine.” By Larry Grothaus. pp. 65-82.

July 1974 (Vol. 68, No. 4)

“Potawatomis in the Platte Country: An Indian Removal Incomplete.” By R. David Edmunds. pp. 375-392.

“The Mormon Experience in Missouri, 1830-1839.” Part 2. By R. J. Robertson, Jr. pp. 393-415.

“Richard Parks Bland: Almost a Candidate.” By Cynthia Shook. pp. 417-436.

“The Golden Age of German Song.” By Irene E. Cortinovis. pp. 437-442.

April 1974 (Vol. 68, No. 3)

“Missouri Progressives and the Nomination of F.D.R.” By J. Christopher Schnell. pp. 269-279.

“The Mormon Experience in Missouri, 1830-1839.” Part 1. By R. J. Robertson, Jr. pp. 280-298.

“Frustrations of a Missouri Small Businessman: Lou E. Holland in Wartime Washington.” By Jim F. Heath. pp. 299-316.

“Merchant Gristmills and Communities, 1820-1880: An Economic Relationship.” By Priscilla Ann Evans. pp. 317-326.

“St. Louis Opposition to David R. Francis in the Gubernatorial Election of 1888.” By Myra Himelhoch. pp. 327-346.

January 1974 (Vol. 68, No. 2)

“Riot and Reaction in St. Louis, 1854-1856.” By John C. Schneider. p. 171-185.

“'Yours Very Truly, Thos. T. Crittenden': A Missouri Democrat's Observations of the Election of 1896.” By P. Joseph Powers. pp. 186-203.

“'The Public is Aroused': The Missouri Children's Code Commission, 1915-1919.” By Peter Romanofsky. pp. 204-222.

“The Society of Bethel: A Visitor's Account.” By H. Roger Grant. pp. 223-231.

October 1973 (Vol. 68, No. 1)

“The State Historical Society of Missouri, 1898-1973: A Brief History.” By Richard S. Brownlee, James W. Goodrich, and Mary K. Dains. pp. 1-27.

“The Contemporary Artists Exhibition.” 28-54.

“The Romance of Western History.” By Edward Gaylord Bourne. pp. 55-73.

“Glimpses of Old Missouri by Explorers and Travelers.” By Francis A. Sampson. pp. 74-93.

“The Missouri Tavern.” By Walter B. Stevens. pp. 94-130.

July 1973 (Vol. 67, No. 4)

“The Neophyte General: U.S. Grant and the Belmont Campaign.” By James E. McGhee. pp. 465-483.

“The Race of Improvement: Springfield Society, 1865-1881.” By Charles K. Piehl. pp. 484-521.

“Teachers' Institutes: A Missouri Tradition.” By Dick B. Clough. pp. 522-534.

“The Racial Views of John W. Wheeler.” By Lawrence O. Christensen. pp. 535-547.

“Frederick W. Niedermeyer: A Missouri Aviator.” By J. P. Kennedy. pp. 548-575.

“Charles W. Schwartz: Missouri Wildlife Artist and Author.” 576-584.

April 1973 (Vol. 67, No. 3)

“Painting the Truman Family.” By Greta Kempton. pp. 335-350.

“The Civil War Letters of Bethiah Pyatt McKown.” Part 2. Edited by James W. Goodrich. pp. 351-370.

“Missouri's Confederate Leaders After the War.” By Lloyd A. Hunter. pp. 371-396.

“John Hay and Mark Twain.” By Kenton J. Clymer. pp. 397-406.

“The Grand Opera House and the Golden Age of the Legitimate Theatre in Kansas City.” By Miles W. Coiner, Jr. pp. 407-423.

January 1973 (Vol. 67, No. 2)

“William Clark: A New Perpsective of Missouri Territorial Politics, 1813-1820.” By Jerome O. Steffen. pp. 171-197.

“Free Blacks in Antebellum Missouri, 1820-1860.” By Donnie D. Bellamy. pp. 198-226.

“The Civil War Letters of Bethiah Pyatt McKown.” Part 1. Edited by James W. Goodrich. pp. 227-252.

“Making Sorghum in Arcadia Valley.” By Clarence R. Keathley. pp. 253-264. Steamboats of the 1850s-1860s: A Pictorial History.” Compiled by Mary K. Dains. pp. 265-282.

October 1972 (Vol. 67, No. 1)

“Floyd Calvin Shoemaker (1886-1972).” 1-6

“Jefferson Barracks: The Early Years.” By Richard E. Mueller. pp. 7-30.

“Missourians and the Spirit of '76.” By Dorothy J. Caldwell. pp. 31-51.

“The Honorable Nathan Frank.” By Burton Alan Boxerman. pp. 52-74.

“William H. Black: Missouri Leader in the Ecumenical Movement.” By Stephen A. Woodruff. pp. 75-97.

“The World's Fair and the New St. Louis 1896-1904.” By Stephen J. Raiche. pp. 98-121.

“What's in a Name--of the Governor, that is?” By Peter D. Hilty. pp. 122-133.

July 1972 (Vol. 66, No. 4)

“St. Louis Under Bishop Rosati.” By Peter J. Rahill. pp. 495-519.

“Sectionalism and National History: American History in the Debate over Foote's Resolution, December 1829-May 1830.” By Peter C. Hoffer. pp. 520-538.

“The Battle of Moore's Mill.” By Hugh P. Williamson. pp. 539-548.

“Mark Twain and Ben Ely: Two Missouri Boyhoods.” By Curtis Dahl. pp. 549-566.

“Logan U. Reavis: Nineteenth Century Urban Promoter.” By Patrick E. McLear. pp. 567-588.

“Midwestern River Steamboats: A Pictorial History.” Compiled by Mary K. Dains. pp. 589-609.

“History of Greer Mill.” By Wm. Howard Morman. pp. 610-621.

“'Mrs. Carrico': A Fred Shane Gift.” pp. 622-624.

“Pershing's Falsified Birthday: A Note.” By Donald Smythe. pp. 625-627.

April 1972 (Vol. 66, No. 3)

“Portrait of a Western Farmer: John Locke Hardeman of Missouri, 1809-1858.” By Nicholas P. Hardeman. pp. 319-335.

“Conservation of a Bingham Portrait.” By Sidney Larson. pp. 336-341.

“The Nature of an Immigrant Community: St. Louis Germans, 1850-1920.” By Sister Audrey Olson. pp. 342-359.

“How to Become a Union General Without Military Experience.” By James E. Kirby, Jr. pp. 360-376.

“David Rankin 'Cattle King' of Missouri.” By Dorothy J. Caldwell. pp. 377-394.

“Disinherited or Rural? A Historical Case Study in Urban Holiness Religion.” By Charles Edwin Jones. pp. 395-412.

“President Truman's Committee on Civil Rights: The Urban Implications.” By Philip H. Vaughan. pp. 413-430.

“The St. Louis Tornado of 1896.” By Mary K. Dains. pp. 431-450.

January 1972 (Vol. 66, No. 2)

“In the Earnest Pursuit of Wealth: David Waldo in Missouri and the Southwest, 1820-1878.” By James W. Goodrich. pp. 155-184.

“General Orders No. 11 and Border Warfare During the Civil War.” By Ann D. Niepman. pp. 185-210.

“Operation Headstart: The Beginnings of the Public School Kindergarten Movement.” By Selwyn K. Troen. pp. 211-229.

“A Progressive's Progress: The Changing Liberalism of Charles M. Hay of Missouri.” By Franklin D. Mitchell. pp. 230-245.

“Aviation Promotion in Kansas City: 1925-1931.” By James W. Leyerzapf. pp. 246-267.

October 1971 (Vol. 66, No. 1)

“Senator Lewis F. Linn and the Oregon Question.” By Michael B. Husband. pp. 1-19.

“Missouri's Utopian Communities.” By H. Roger Grant. pp. 20-48.

“The Military Career of James Craig.” By Paul M. Robinett and Howard V. Canan. pp. 49-75.

“Missouri's National Historic Landmarks: Patee House.” By Dorothy J. Caldwell. pp. 76-92.

“The London Times and the St. Louis World's Fair.” By Lawrence F. Barmann. pp. 93-100.

July 1971 (Vol. 65, No. 4)

“The American Territorial System: Missouri's Experience.” By William E. Foley. pp. 403-426.

“The Admission of Missouri.” By David D. March. pp. 427-449.

“Missouri's Society and Economy in 1821.” By Lewis E. Atherton. pp. 450-472.

“'Add a Pinch and a Lump' Missouri Women in the 1820s.” By Jerena East Giffen. pp. 473-504.

“Aspects of Slavery in Missouri, 1821.” By Arvarh E. Strickland. pp. 505-526.

“David Barton, John Rice Jones and Edward Bates: Three Missouri State and Statehood Founders.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 527-544.

April 1971 (Vol. 65, No. 3)

“The Upper Missouri Indian Agency, 1819-1868.” By Ernest L. Schusky. pp. 249-269.

“Jackson County in Early Mormon Descriptions.” By Richard L. Anderson. pp. 270-293.

“Slavery and Emancipation in Lewis County, Missouri.” By George R. Lee. pp. 294-317.

“The Truman Vice Presidency: Constructive Apprenticeship or Brief Interlude?” By Arthur F. McClure and Donna Costigan. pp. 318-341.

January 1971 (Vol. 65, No. 2)

“Christmas in Early Missouri.” By Dorothy J. Caldwell. pp. 125-138.

“His 'Radical Reverence' John H. Cox.” By Leslie Anders. pp. 139-158.

“Populism and Socialism in the Southeast Missouri Lowlands.” By Leon Parker Ogilvie. pp. 159-183.

“Fighting for Irish Freedom, St. Louis Irish-Americans, 1918-1922.” By Margaret Sullivan. pp. 184-206.

October 1970 (Vol. 65, No. 1)

“The Founding of Missouri's First College Saint Mary's of the Barrens, 1815-1818.” By Stafford Poole, C.M. pp. 1-22.

“Senator George Graham Vest and the 'Menace' of Mormonism, 1882-1887.” By M. Paul Holsinger. pp. 23-36.

“The Excelsior Springs Route: Life and Death of a Missouri Interurban. By H. Roger Grant. pp. 37-50.

“The St. Louis Jewish Coordinating Council: Its Formative Years.” By Burton A. Boxerman. pp. 51-71.

July 1970 (Vol. 64, No. 4)

“The Big Neck Affair: Tragedy and Farce on the Missouri Frontier.” By Dorothy J. Caldwell. pp. 391-412.

“The Missouri Negro Press, 1875-1920.” By George Everett Slavens. pp. 413-431.

“The Unwanted Conflict: Missouri Labor and the CIO.” By Gary M. Fink. pp. 432-447.

“The Alienation of the South: A Crisis for Harry S. Truman and the Democratic Party, 1945-1948.” By Robert A. Garson. pp. 448-471.

April 1970 (Vol. 64, No. 3)

“Frank Blair: Lincoln's Congressional Spokesman.” By Leonard B. Wurthman, Jr. pp. 263-288.

“Pioneer Women of the Missouri Press.” By Alma Vaughan. pp. 289-305.

“'And All For Nothing' Early Experiences of John M. Schofield in Missouri.” By James L. McDonough. pp. 306-321.

“Town Growth in Central Missouri.” Part 3. By Stuart F. Voss. pp. 322-350.

January 1970 (Vol. 64, No. 2)

“The Genesis of the Variety Theatre: The Black Crook Comes to St. Louis.” By John Russell David. pp. 133-149.

“Governmental Efforts at Reclamation in the Southeast Missouri Lowlands.” By Leon Parker Ogilvie. pp. 150-176.

“The Columbia Female Academy: A Pioneer in Education for Women.” By John Crighton. pp. 177-196.

“Town Growth in Central Missouri.” Part 2. By Stuart F. Voss. pp. 197-217.

October 1969 (Vol. 64, No. 1)

“Martin Cantonment and American Expansion in the Missouri Valley.” By Roger L. Nichols. pp. 1-17.

“Strawberry Culture in Southwest Missouri.” By G. K. Renner. pp. 18-40.

“The Expulsion of the Mormons from Jackson County, Missouri.” By Warren A. Jennings. pp. 41-63.

“Town Growth in Central Missouri, 1815-1860: An Urban Chaparral.” Part 1. By Stuart F. Voss. pp. 64-80.

“Jacques Marquette, 1637-1675.” By John F. Bannon, S.J. pp. 81-87.

July 1969 (Vol. 63, No. 4)

“Donan and the Caucasian.” By Lewis O. Saum. pp. 418-450.

“Origins of Engineering Education in Missouri.” By Harry J. Eisenman. pp. 451-460.

“Carry Nation, A Missouri Girl, Won Fame as a Kansas Crusader.” By Dorothy J. Caldwell. pp. 461-488.

“Thomas Hart Benton and the Oregon Question.” By William A. Hansen. pp. 489-497.

April 1969 (Vol. 63, No. 3)

“John Dougherty and the Pawnee Rite of Human Sacrifice: April, 1827.” By Dorothy V. Jones. pp. 293-316.

“Was the Dred Scott Case Valid?” By Walter Ehrlich. pp. 317-328.

“Romulus Estep Culver: A Sketch of Frontier Self-Improvement and Tragedy.” By James W. Goodrich. pp. 329-344.

“The Colonization of the St. Louis and San Francisco Railway Company, 1880-1882: A Study of Corporate Diplomacy.” By Craig Miner. pp. 345-363.

“Missouri's National Historic Landmarks: Watkins Mill.” By Dorothy J. Caldwell. pp. 364-377.

January 1969 (Vol. 63, No. 2)

“James Shannon: Preacher, Educator, and Fire-Eater.” By David E. Harrell, Jr. pp. 135-170.

“The St. Louis Cholera Epidemic of 1849.” By Patrick E. McLear. pp. 171-181.

“Newspaper Reaction to the Louisiana Purchase.” By Jerry W. Knudson. pp. 182-213.

“Missouri's Black Walnut Kernel Industry.” By Milton D. Rafferty. pp. 214-226.

“Missouri, A Borderland.” By John F. Bannon, S.J. pp. 227-247.

October 1968 (Vol. 63, No. 1)

“Spread of Settlement in Howard County, Missouri, 1810-1859.” By Walter A. Schroeder. pp. 1-37.

“John Henton Carter, alias 'Commodore Rollingpin.'” By John T. Flanagan. pp. 38-54.

“The 1918 Kansas City Influenza Epidemic.” By C. Kevin McShane. pp. 55-70.

“Bernarr Macfadden.” By William H. Taft. pp. 71-89.

July 1968 (Vol. 62, No. 4)

“Prohibition Comes to Missouri, 1910-1919.” By G. K. Renner. pp. 363-397.

“Twain's Last Months on the Mississippi.” By J. Stanley Mattson. pp. 398-409.

“The Barth Family: A Case Study of Pioneer Immigrant Merchants.” By Harvey A. Kantor. pp. 410-430.

“The Missouri Paw Paw Militia 1863-1864.” By Howard V. Canan. pp. 431-448.

“Joseph LaBarge Steamboat Captain.” By T. S. Bowdern, S.J. pp. 449-470.

April 1968 (Vol. 62, No. 3)

“Footsteps in the Corridors Behind Us.” By John C. Weaver. pp. 213-234.

“St. Louis Volunteer Fire Department, 1820-1850.” By A. B. Lampe. pp. 235-259.

“Friedrich Adolph Wislizenus.” By Douglas D. Hale, Jr. pp. 260-285.

“William P. Hall.” By Fred Pfening, III. pp. 286-313.

“Civil War Reminiscences of Danville Female Academy.” By Mary Lee Kemper. pp. 314-320.

January 1968 (Vol. 62, No. 2)

“The Acquisition of St. Louis' Forest Park.” By Kevin C. Kearns. pp. 95-106.

“The Army of Israel Marches Into Missouri.” By Warren A. Jennings. pp. 107-135.

“A New View of the Battle of Pea Ridge.” By Albert Castel. pp. 136-151.

“Missouri's National Historic Landmarks.” By Dorothy J. Caldwell. pp. 152-165.

October 1967 (Vol. 62, No. 1)

“Public Quarrels and Private Plans: The President, Veterans and The Mayor of St. Louis.” By C. Joseph Pusateri. pp. 1-13.

“Benjamin F. Stringfellow: The Fight for Slavery on the Missouri Border.” By Lester B. Baltimore. pp. 14-29.

“Banking in Early Missouri.” Part 2. By Harry S. Gleick. pp. 30-44.

“Old Chariton--Only a Memory.” By Harold N. Calvert. pp. 45-50.

“The Walter Scott: A Steamboat Ahead Of Its Day.” By Warren E. Spehar. pp. 51-53.

July 1967 (Vol. 61, No. 4)

“Banking in Early Missouri.” By Harry S. Gleick. pp. 427-443.

“Dallas County Railroad Bonds.” By Virginia Rust Frazer. pp. 444-462.

“William S. Stewart Letters, January 13, 1861 to December 4, 1862.” Edited by Harvey L. Carter and Norma L. Peterson. pp. 463-488.

“The Chariton River Fish Trap.” By Wayne F. Shields. pp. 489-496.

“Missouri's National Historic Landmarks.” By Dorothy J. Caldwell. pp. 497-509.

April 1967 (Vol. 61, No. 3)

“When the Boer Came to St. Louis.” By Ted C. Hinckley. pp. 285-302.

“William S. Stewart Letters, January 13, 1861, to December 4, 1862.” Edited by Harvey L. Carter and Norma L. Peterson. pp. 303-320.

“Negroes and Missouri Protestant Churches.” By G. Hugh Wamble. pp. 321-347.

“Digging Up Missouri's Past.” By Carl H. Chapman. pp. 348-363.

“Reconstruction in Missouri.” By Fred DeArmond. pp. 364-377.

January 1967 (Vol. 61, No. 2)

“Henry Clay and the Missouri Question.” By Alfred Lightfoot. pp. 143-165.

“A Vignette of Missouri's Native Prairie.” By Donald Christisen. pp. 166-186.

“William S. Stewart Letters, January 13, 1861, to December 4, 1864.” Edited by Harvey L. Carter and Norma L. Peterson. pp. 187-228.

“Missouri's Covered Bridges.” By Dorothy J. Caldwell. 229-237.

October 1966 (Vol. 61, No. 1)

“William Henry Ashley: A Jackson Man With Feet of Clay.” By James Earl Moss. pp. 1-20.

“Civil War Journal and Letters of Col. John Van Deusen Du Bois.” Edited by Jared C. Lobdell. pp. 21-50.

“The Candidate Speaks, Arthur M. Hyde.” By Robert P. Friedman. pp. 51-61.

“Isaac McCoy and the Mormons.” By Warren A. Jennings. pp. 62-82.

“St. Louis Academy of Science: The Early Years.” By Walter B. Hendrickson. pp. 83-95.

July 1966 (Vol. 60, No. 4)

“Peter Verhaegen: Pioneer Missouri Educator and Church Administrator.” By William Barnaby Faherty. pp. 407-415.

“The Re-Election of the Irreconcilable James A. Reed.” By Franklin D. Mitchell. pp. 416-435.

“Civil War Journal and Letters of Col. John Van Deusen Du Bois.” Edited by Jared C. Lobdell. pp. pp. 436-459.

“John Scott, Thomas Hart Benton, David Barton and the 1824 Presidential Election: A Case Study in Pressure Politics.” By Alan S. Weiner. pp. 460-494.

“The Wilson Letters, 1835-1849.” Edited by Durward T. Stokes. pp. 495-517.

April 1966 (Vol. 60, No. 3)

“Missouri Press Association and the Origins of the State Historical Society.” By William H. Taft. pp. 269-282.

“The Army of the Frontier's First Campaign: The Confederates Win at Newtonia.” By Edwin C. Bearss. pp. 283-319.

“Pershing's Great Personal Tragedy.” By Donald Smythe. pp. 320-335.

“Doctors in Controversy.” By Cynthia De Haven Pitcock. pp. 336-349.

“Development of the Jewish Community of Kansas City, 1864-1908.” By Howard F. Sachs. pp. 350-360.

January 1966 (Vol. 60, No. 2)

“Nobody's Nominee: Sample Orr and the Election of 1860.” By B. B. Lightfoot. pp. 127-148.

“Full Measure of Devotion. The Ordeal of Private Hugh Sloan, 1864.” By Richard K. Darr and Floyd E. Overly. pp. 149-161.

“From Virginia to Missouri in 1846: The Journal of Elizabeth Ann Cooley.” Edited by Edward D. Jervey and James E. Moss. pp. 162-206.

“Wildlife in Missouri History.” By Leonard Hall. pp. 207-215.

October 1965 (Vol. 60, No. 1)

“Franz Schwarzer: Missouri Zither Maker.” By Thomas M. Davis and Franz R. Beinke. pp. 1-30.

“From the Log of the Red Rover, 1862-1865. A History of the First U.S. Navy Hospital Ship.” By Edward C. Kenney. pp. 31-49.

“The Attempted Assassination of Missouri's Ex-Governor, Lilburn W. Boggs.” By Monte B. McLaws. pp. 50-62.

“The Cuban Crisis of 1895-1898: Newspapers and Nativism.” By J. Stanley Lemons. pp. 63-74.

July 1965 (Vol. 59, No. 4)

“The Republican Party Convention of 1912 and the Role of Herbert S. Hadley in National Politics.” By Harlan Hahn. pp. 407-423.

“How George Vest Came to Missouri.” By Manuel Irwin Kuhr. pp. 424-427.

“Two Comstock Journalists: Samuel L. Clemens and William L. Wright as Reporters and Authors.” By Linda Boeser. pp. 428-438.

“A History of the Selection and Tenure of Supreme Court Judges in Missouri.” By Kay G. Collett. pp. 439-447.

“George Caleb Bingham: The Artist As A Whig Politician.” By Keith L. Bryant. pp. 448-463.

“The Character of Missouri History.” By Duane Meyer. pp. 464-469.

April 1965 (Vol. 59, No. 3)

“Moses Lewis Linton, 'Doctor of Epigrams.'” By William E. Parrish. pp. 293-301.

“Steamboats At The Bar. The Keokuk Northern Line, 1873-1888.” By Robert C. Toole. pp. 302-323.

“Pope's New Madrid And Island Number Ten Campaigns.” By Jay Carlton Mullen. pp. 324-343.

“A Note on the Lead Mines of Missouri: Henry R. Schoolcraft to William H. Crawford, 1820.” By Brad Luckingham. pp. 344-348.

“Mark Twain's Basic Political Concepts: Man, Parties, Democracy.” By J. Harold Smith. pp. 349-354.

“Notes on the Missouri Germans on Slavery.” By A. A. Dunson. pp. 355-366.

January 1965 (Vol. 59, No. 2)

“Railroad Men Versus Steamboat Men: The First Bridging of the Mississippi River.” By Benedict K. Zobrist. pp. 159-172.

“Joseph Wingate Folk: The Politician as Speaker and Public Servant.” By A. L. Thurman, Jr. pp. 173-191.

“Missourians Who 'Marched Through Georgia.'” By Leslie Anders. pp. 192-209.

“Concordia Seminary: For 125 Years Toward A More Excellent Ministry.” By Carl S. Meyer. pp. 210-222.

“Milton Burch: Anti-Guerrilla Fighter.” By Howard V. Canan. pp. 223-242.

October 1964 (Vol. 59, No. 1)

“The Battle of Pilot Knob, Iron County, Missouri, September 27, 1864.” By Richard S. Brownlee. pp. 1-30.

“The Involvement of William Beaumont, M.D., in a Medical-Legal Controversy; the Darnes-Davis Case, 1840.” By Cynthia De Haven Pitcock. pp. 31-45.

“Aboard the Western in 1879.” By Charles W. Bryan, Jr. pp. 46-63.

“Variations Of The Indian Conflict: The Effects of the Emigrant Indian Removal Policy, 1830-1854.” By Bert Anson. pp. 64-89.

“Missouri and Kansas and the Capture of General Marmaduke.” By Mark A. Plummer. pp. 90-104.

July 1964 (Vol. 58, No. 4)

“Walter Williams: Weekly Newspaper Editor.” By Charles C. Clayton. pp. 409-421.

“Claiborne Fox Jackson and the Secession Crisis In Missouri.” By William H. Lyon. pp. 422-441.

“White Man's Fly On the Frontier.” By Daniel L. McKinley. pp. 442-451.

“The Marmaduke-Walker Duel: The Last Duel in Arkansas.” By Leo E. Huff. pp. 452-463.

“Developments In The Missouri Pottery Industry, 1800-1950.” By Clarence N. Roberts. pp. 464-473.

April 1964 (Vol. 58, No. 3)

“Bushwhacker Activity on the Missouri Border. Letters to Dr. Glen O. Hardeman, 1862-1865.” By Nicholas P. Hardeman. pp. 265-277.

“The Political Philosophy of David Barton.” By William E. Foley. pp. 278-289.

“Cyclists Raced For World Championship At Clarksville In 1887.” By Dorothy J. Caldwell. pp. 290-308.

“Frederick Starr. A Missouri Border Abolitionist: The Making of a Martyr.” By Milton E. Bierbaum. pp. 309-325.

“The Recruitment Of Negro Troops In Missouri During The Civil War.” By John W. Blassingame. pp. 326-337.

January 1964 (Vol. 58, No. 2)

“State Historical Society of Missouri, Annual Report, 1962-1963.” By Richard S. Brownlee. pp. 135-139.

“Bill Vaughan's Missouri.” By William Edward Vaughan. pp. 140-150.

“Marmaduke's Expedition Into Missouri: The Battles of Springfield and Hartville, January, 1863.” By Paul M. Robinett. pp. 151-173.

“The Old St. Louis Riverfront, 1763-1960.” By Don Rickey, Jr. pp. 174-190.

“Dramatic Criticism in Frontier St. Louis, 1835-1838.” By James E. Moss. pp. 191-216.

October 1963 (Vol. 58, No. 1)

“The Early Years of John J. Pershing, 1860-1882.” By Donald Smythe. pp. 1-20.

“Attempts by the State of Missouri to Extradite Joseph Smith, 1841-1843.” By George R. Gayler. pp. 21-36.

“Missouri's Confederate Capital in Marshall, Texas.” By William R. Geise. pp. 37-54.

“A Young Girl in the Missouri Border War.” By Dorothy Brown Thompson. pp. 55-69.

“The Pioneer Lecturer in the West: A Note on the Appearance of Ralph Waldo Emerson in St. Louis, 1852-1853.” By Brad Luckingham. pp. 70-88.

July 1963 (Vol. 57, No. 4)

“The Genius of Liberty.” By Frances L. McCurdy. pp. 331-343.

“Jefferson Davis Comes to Missouri.” By William E. Parrish. pp. 344-356.

“Order No. 11 and the Civil War on the Border.” By Albert Castel. pp. 357-368.

“One Who Went West.” By Hugh P. Williamson. pp. 369-378.

“Bureau of Information Erected on the Site of the Liberty Jail at Liberty, Missouri.” By Alvin R. Dyer. pp. 379-388.

April 1963 (Vol. 57, No. 3)

“Marmaduke's Cape Girardeau Expedition, 1863.” By Stephen B. Oates. pp. 237-247.

“A Study of Confusion: Missouri's Immigration Program, 1865-1916.” By Norman L. Crockett. pp. 248-260.

“HO! For the Gold Mines of Montana. Up the Missouri in 1865. The Journal of William H. Gallaher.” Edited by James E. Moss. pp. 261-284.

“Missouri's 268 Congressmen, 1821-1960.” By Paul O. Selby. pp. 285-290.

“A Letter from the St. Louis Arsenal: 1849.” 291-293.

January 1963 (Vol. 57, No. 2)

“The Importance of the State Historical Society as a Research Center and Public Service Agency.” By Thomas A. Brady. pp. 123-127.

“Truman's First Senatorial Election.” By Gene Schmidtlein. pp. 128-155.

“HO! For the Gold Mines of Montana. Up the Missouri in 1865. The Journal of William H. Gallaher.” Edited by James E. Moss. pp. 156-183.

“A Note on the Significance of the Merchant in the Development of St. Louis Society as Expressed in the Philosophy of the Mercantile Library Association, 1846-1854.” By Brad Luckingham. pp. 184-198.

October 1962 (Vol. 57, No. 1)

“In Defense of John Cummings.” By Harold C. Bradley. pp. 1-15.

“A Missouri Confederate in the Civil War. The Journal of Henry Martyn Cheavens, 1862-1863.” By James E. Moss. pp. 16-52.

“The Columbia--Providence Plank Road.” By Paul C. Doherty. pp. 53-69.

“James Redpath, Missouri Correspondent.” By James A. Hart. pp. 70-78.

“The Saints Build a Temple.” By Roger Yarrington. pp. 79-88.

July 1962 (Vol. 56, No. 4)

“Worthy of the Steel of Our Best.” By Elbert B. Smith. pp. 315-318.

“Coates' Tales.” By Janet Loring. pp. 319-327.

“Old Woman River.” By Rudolph J. Gerber. pp. 328-346.

“Books, Newpapers, and Libraries in Pioneer St. Louis, 1808-1842.” By Eleanora A. Baer. pp. 347-360.

“From Jail to History Center.” By W. Howard Adams. pp. 361-364.

“Ratification Speaking in Missouri in 1860.” By A. L. Thurman, Jr. pp. 365-379.

April 1962 (Vol. 56, No. 3)

“Governor Daniel Dunklin's Jacksonian Democracy in Missouri, 1832-1836.” By James Roger Sharp. pp. 217-229.

“Vinnie Ream: Portrait of a Sculptor.” By Maude E. Griffin. pp. 230-243.

“Organized Labor in Missouri Politics Before the Civil War.” By Walter R. Houf. pp. 244-254.

“Beginning of the Park and Boulevard Movement in Frontier Kansas City, 1872-1882.” By William H. Wilson. pp. 255-273.

“How to Rebury a Revolutionary Soldier.” By William R. Gentry, Jr. pp. 274-279.

January 1962 (Vol. 56, No. 2)

“The State Historical Society of Missouri, Annual Meeting and Dedication of New Quarters.” By Daniel H. Spies. pp. 115-130.

“Governor John M. Dalton's Address to the State Historical Society of Missouri.” 131-135.

“Thomas Miller.” By Ruth Rollins Westfall. pp. 136-145. Edward Bates and Hamilton R. Gamble: A Wartime Partnership.” By Marvin R. Cain. pp. 146-155.

“The Cherokee Emigrants in Missouri, 1837-1839.” By B. B. Lightfoot. pp. 156-167.

“The A B C's of the Spinning Wheel.” By Joseph E. Vollmar, Jr. pp. 168-172.

October 1961 (Vol. 56, No. 1)

“Courtroom Oratory of the Pioneer Period.” By Frances McCurdy. pp. 1-11.

“Journal of the Civil War in Missouri: 1861, Henry Martyn Cheavens.” Edited by Virginia Easley. pp. 12-25.

“Champ Clark, The 'Leather-Bound Orator.'” By Hollis L. White. pp. 26-39.

“The 1912 Single Tax Campaign in Missouri.” By Norman L. Crockett. pp. 40-52.

“Letters from the Battle of Lexington: 1861.” pp. 53-58.

“A New Look at the Anderson House and the Civil War Battle of Lexington State Park.” By Leonard F. Haslag. pp. 59-68.

“An Announcement by the Editor.” By Richard S. Brownlee. pp. 69-70.

July 1961 (Vol. 55, No. 4)

“A Union Band Director Views Camp Rolla: 1861.” Edited by Donald H. Welsh. pp. 307-343.

“Cholera in Missouri.” By James T. Barrett. pp. 344-354.

“The Management of Organized Wagon Trains on the Overland Trail.” By Leslie L. D. Shaffer. pp. 355-365.

“The Admission of Missouri to the Confederacy.” By Arthur Roy Kirkpatrick. pp. 366-386.

April 1961 (Vol. 55, No. 3)

“The Camp Jackson Affair: 1861.” By James W. Covington. pp. 197-212.

“The Missouri Indian Tribe in Archaeology and History.” By Robert T. Bray. pp. 213-225.

“Arthur M. Hyde: Articulate Antagonist.” By Robert P. Friedman. pp. 226-234.

“Missouri in the Early Months of the Civil War.” By Arthur Roy Kirkpatrick. pp. 235-266.

January 1961 (Vol. 55, No.2)

“Missouri on the Eve of the Civil War.” By Arthur R. Kirkpatrick. pp. 99-108.

“Martha J. Woods Visits Missouri in 1857.” Edited by Donald H. Welsh. pp. 109-123.

“Thomas C. Duggins Views Northwest Missouri in 1840.” pp. 124-126.

“The Missouri Democrat, 1852-1860.” By Jim A. Hart. pp. 127-141.

“The Argonauts of ’98.” By Hugh P. Williamson. pp. 142-154.

October 1960 (Vol. 55, No.1)

“A Message to the Members of the State Historical Society of Missouri.” By Richard S. Brownlee. pp. 1-4.

“A 1795 Inspection of Spanish Missouri.” Translated and Edited by Jack D. L. Holmes. pp. 5-17.

“The Kansas City Meat Packing Industry Before 1900.” By G. K. Renner. pp. 18-29.

“Two Letters from St. Charles.” pp. 30-34.

“The British-Indian Attack on St. Louis, May 26, 1780.” By Don Rickey, Jr. pp. 35-45.

July 1960 (Vol. 54, No. 4)

“Osceola, Land of Osage River Lore.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 327-334.

“Travel by Stage on the Boonslick Road.” Edited by Donald H. Welsh. pp. 335-340.

“Missouri’s Heritage to be Perpetuated in Historic Sites Survey Records.” By Dorothy J. Caldwell. pp. 341-347.

“Missouri’s Program for Highway Historic Marking, 1959. Part II.” Directed by Floyd C. Shoemaker. Inscriptions by Ruby M. Robins. pp. 348-355.

“The American Elk in Pioneer Missouri.” By Daniel McKinley. pp. 356-365.

“Vignettes of Famous Missourians.” By Nancy Weatherly Sharp. pp. 366-374.

April 1960 (Vol. 54, No. 3)

“Forty-Five Years as Editor and Author of Missouri History.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 225- 230.

“The Pony Express Starts from St. Joseph.” By Olaf T. Hagen. pp. 231-236.

“The Pony Express in Retrospect.” By Donald H. Welsh. pp. 237-244.

“Dr. Brown’s St. Louis.” By John Francis McDermott. pp. 245-253.

“Missouri’s Program for Highway Historic Marking, 1959. Part I.” Directed by Floyd C. Shoemaker. Inscriptions by Ruby M. Robins. pp. 254-261.

“The Controversial Dred Scott Decision.” By Harold Schwartz. pp. 262-272.

“Vignettes of Famous Missourians.” By Nancy Weatherly Sharp and Kitty Thomas Wilkinson. pp. 273-281.

January 1960 (Vol. 54, No. 2)

“Importance of the Work of Local Historical Societies.” By Clifford L. Lord. pp. 107-115.

“How a Local Community Can Survey, Mark, and Preserve its Historic Sites.” By Richard H. Howland. pp. 132-134.

“The Local Historical Society and its Problems.” By Arch Grahn. pp. 135-142.

“Writing Historical Articles for Local Newspapers.” By Lucile Morris Upton. pp. 143-147.

“Making a Missouri Historical Center of International Fame.” By John A. Winkler. pp. 148-157.

“How to Write and Produce a Historical Pageant.” By Anna Hesse. pp. 158-160.

“Vignettes of Famous Missourians.” By Dorothy J. Caldwell. pp. 167-175.

October 1959 (Vol. 54, No. 1)

“Kansas Jayhawking Raids into Western Missouri in 1861.” By Albert Castel. pp. 1-11.

“A Country Boy.” By Samuel M. Jordan. pp. 12-17.

“’Do Right To Me Often’.” By Ross A. Webb. pp. 18-26.

“The Federal Lead Leasing System in Missouri.” By Donald J. Abramoske. pp. 27-38.

“Campaigning in Missouri: Civil War Memoir of General Jefferson C. Davis.” Edited by James P. Jones. pp. 39-45.

“Some Unpublished Sketches by George Caleb Bingham.” By John Francis McDermott. pp. 46- 51.

“Vignettes of Famous Missourians.” By Dorothy J. Caldwell. pp. 52-60.

July 1959 (Vol. 53, No. 4)

“The Public Lands in Early Missouri Politics.” By Donald J. Abramoske. pp. 295-305.

“Missouri’s Program for Highway Historic Marking, 1958. Part II.” Directed by Floyd C. Shoemaker. Inscriptions by Ruby M. Robins. pp. 306-314.

“Lead Mining in Southwest Missouri After 1865.” By A. M. Gibson. pp. 315-328.

“Cedar County.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 337-345.

“Vignettes of Famous Missourians.” By Dorothy J. Caldwell. pp. 337-345.

April 1959 (Vol. 53, No. 3)

“Lead Mining in Southwest Missouri to 1865.” By A. M. Gibson. pp. 197-205.

“Missouri’s Program for Highway Historic Marking, 1958. Part I.” Directed by Floyd C. Shoemaker. Inscriptions by Ruby M. Robins. pp. 206-216.

“The Political Transition of James S. Rollins.” By John V. Mering. pp. 217-226.

“Some Colorful Lawyers in the History of Missouri, 1804-1904. Part II.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 227-237.

“Vignettes of Famous Missourians.” By Dorothy J. Caldwell. pp. 238-245.

January 1959 (Vol. 53, No. 2)

“The Memorable War.” By Bell Irwin Wiley. pp. 99-104.

“Missouri’s Program for Highway Historic Marking, 1955-1957. Part IV.” Directed by Floyd C. Shoemaker. Inscriptions by Ruby M. Robins. pp. 113-124.

“Some Colorful Lawyers in the History of Missouri, 1804-1904. Part I.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 125-131.

“The Butterfield Overland Mail Centennial in Missouri.” By Donald H. Welsh. pp. 132-140.

“Vignettes of Famous Missourians.” By Dorothy J. Caldwell. pp. 141-149.

October 1958 (Vol. 53, No. 1)

“Madison County.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 1-9.

“Tourists’ Impressions of St. Louis, 1766-1859. Part II.” By William E. Lass. pp. 10-21.

“Missouri’s Program for Highway Historic Marking, 1955-1957. Part III.” Directed by Floyd C. Shoemaker. Inscriptions by Ruby M. Robins. pp. 22-33.

“The Significance of County Making in the Elections of Thomas H. Benton.” By Perry McCandless. pp. 34-38.

“Vignettes of Famous Missourians.” By Dorothy J. Caldwell. pp. 39-47.

July 1958 (Vol. 52, No. 4)

“Missouri’s Program for Highway Historic Marking, 1955-1957. Part II.” Directed by Floyd C. Shoemaker. Inscriptions by Ruby M. Robins. pp. 301-312.

“Pike County.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 413-324.

“Tourists’ Impressions of St. Louis, 1766-1859. Part I.” By William E. Lass. pp. 325-338.

“Recollections of White Oak College.” By Maud Bell Burton. pp. 339-343.

“Vignettes of Famous Missourians.” By Dorothy J. Caldwell. pp. 344-351.

April 1958 (Vol. 52, No. 3)

“History—Science—Fiction.” By Herman Betz. pp. 193-204.

“Missouri’s Program for Highway Historic Marking, 1955-1957.” Directed by Floyd C. Shoemaker. Inscriptions by Ruby M. Robins. pp. 205-217.

“The Butterfield Overland Mail, 1858-1861, and Its Centennial Observance in Missouri.” By Donald H. Welsh. pp. 218-234.

“Grundy County.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 235-245.

“Vignettes of Famous Missourians.” By Dorothy J. Caldwell. pp. 246-254.

January 1958 (Vol. 52, No. 2)

“Kennett: Center of a Land Reborn in Missouri’s Valley of the Nile.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 99-110.

“The Political Career of Lilburn W. Boggs.” By Joseph F. Gordon. pp. 111-122.

“An Abortive Slave Uprising.” By W. K. Moore. pp. 123-126.

“Vignettes of Famous Missourians.” By Dorothy J. Caldwell. pp. 139-146.

October 1957 (Vol. 52, No. 1)

“Missouri’s Program for Highway Historic Marking. Part III.” Directed by Floyd C. Shoemaker. Inscriptions by Ruby M. Robins. pp. 1-15.

“Boyhood Impressions of the Lexington, Missouri, Area, 1858-1863.” By George A. McKee. pp. 16-24.

“Clay County.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 25-34.

“The Missouri State Flag.” By Allen L. Oliver. pp. 35-39.

“Vignettes of Famous Missourians.” By Dorothy J. Caldwell. pp. 40-48.

July 1957 (Vol. 51, No. 4)

“Missouri’s Program for Highway Historic Marking. Part II.” Directed by Floyd C. Shoemaker. Inscriptions by Ruby M. Robins. pp. 339-353.

“Major General Samuel Ryan Curtis—City Engineer.” By John P. Dietzler. pp. 354-361.

“Macon.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 362-372.

“The First Steamboats on the Missouri, Reminiscences of Captain W. D. Hubbell.” Edited by Vivian K McLarty. pp. 373-381.

“A Peoria Indian States his Case.” By James W. Covington. pp. 382-385.

“Vignettes of Famous Missourians.” pp. 386-394.

April 1957 (Vol. 51, No. 3)

“Missouri’s Program for Highway Historic Marking, 1953-1955.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. Inscriptions by Ruby M. Robins. pp. 217-234.

“Hermann: A Bit of the Old World in the Heart of the New.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 235-244.

“Congressional Opinion in Missouri Concerning the Spanish-American War.” By James Warren Neilson. pp. 245-256.

“St. Louis and the Union Baseball War.” By Harold Seymour. pp. 257-269.

“Missouri in Crisis: The Journal of Captain Albert Tracy, 1961. Part III.” Edited by Ray W. Irwin. pp. 270-283.

“Vignettes of Famous Missourians.” pp. 284-292.

January 1957 (Vol. 51, No. 2)

“Fort Orleans: The Heritage of Carroll County.” By Floyd C. Shoemaker. pp. 105-112.

“David Rice Atchison: ‘Faithful Champion of the South.’” By William E. Parrish. pp. 113-125.

“The Morrill Lands of the University of Missouri.” By John J. Jones. pp. 126-138.

“Missouri in Crisis: The Journal of Captain Albert Tracy, 1961. Part II.” Edited by Ray W. Irwin. pp. 151-164.

“Vignettes of Famous Missourians.” pp. 165-173.

October 1956 (Vol. 51, No. 1)

“The Sauk and Fox Treaty of 1804.” By William T. Hagan. pp. 1-7.

“Missouri in Crisis: The Journal of Captain Albert Tracy, 1961.” Edited by Ray W. Irwin. pp. 8-21.

“The Political Fluctuations of B. Gratz Brown: Politics in a Border State, 1850-1870.” By Norma L. Peterson. pp. 22-30.

“A Look at the Missouri State Teachers Association, 1856-1956,” By Dorothy J. Caldwell. pp. 31-41.

“The Early Telegraph in Rural Missouri, 1847-1859.” By John E. Sunder. pp. 42-53.

“Vignettes of Famous Missourians.” pp. 54-62.


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