History of Hickory, Polk, Cedar, Dade and Barton Counties, Missouri / History of Polk County Missouri

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Title: History of Hickory, Polk, Cedar, Dade and ...

Publisher: Goodspeed Publishing Co.

Publication Date: 1889

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Early days in Polk County, MO, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales, factual data and personal biographies in this booklet, an excerpt reprinted from the rare 1889 book: History of Hickory, Polk, Cedar, Dade and Barton Counties, Missouri , originally published by /the Goodspeed Publishing Co. of Chicago in 1889. The 96-page spiral bound booklet is 8 1/2 x 5 1/2" and is printed on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet protects the front cover. (Booklets for the other counties mentioned in the title are or soon will be available.) Communities mentioned in the booklet include: Bolivar (County Seat), Humansville, Morrisville, Fair Play, Pleasant Hope, New Market, Sac Township, Marion Twp, Jackson Twp, Washington Twp, Morgan Twp, Shelby Twp, Mooney Twp, Van Buren Twp, Miller Twp, Benton Twp, Jasper Twp, Greene Twp, Tyler Twp, Looney Twp, Johnson Twp, Jefferson Twp, Campbell Twp, and others. Topics covered in the history of this rural county in central Missouri include: Physical Description, including Topography, Streams, Geology, Caves, Minerals, Springs, Climate, Agricultural products; First White Settlers; Reminiscences; Public Lands and Land Entries (lots of names); County and Township Organizations; Courts and members of the Bar; Railroads; Medical Profession; Agricultural Society; County Officials; Mexican War; Kansas Difficulties; the Civil War -- 15th Regiment US Reserve Corps, 8th Cavalry, 26th Regiment Enrolled Missouri Militia, 15th Missouri Cavalry; Confederate Organizations; Guerrilla Warfare; Towns and Villages -- societies, newspapers, etc; Southwest Baptist College, Morrisville College, Churches; Schools; and other bits of history and trivia. Attention Genealogists: Besides the many names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most include parents, spouse, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities, in the course of which they often shed light on the businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: Flavius A. Affleck, Capt. James J. Akard, C.L. Allen, Joseph R. Allison, John B. Appleby, Judge Benjamin W. Appleby, G.B. Austin, Alvin A. Ayers, Judge J.B. Barnett, Richard B. Beck, S. J. Blair, Benjamin H. Bond, Hugh Brittain, Henry Brown, John W. Burks, William F. Burnes, C.C. Burrell, John P. Campbell, William Cary, Harry L. Cary, James Clark, David S. Clark, Washington D. Coats, Dr. Samuel W. Cossins, W.R. Cowan, Thomas W. Cunnyngham, James H.W. Cunnyngham, Edward H. Devin, Dr. William G. Drake, Judge Thomas H.B. Dunnegan, M.W. Easley, James B. Easley, Rev. John B. Ellis, Jacob L. Ewing, Morris A. Ewing, Dr. John W. Farmer, Daniel W. Faulkner, Jeremiah M. Fisher, W.N.C.C.A. Fox, Moses Gee, Samuel W. Gordon, Charles H. Grant, Thomas Greer, Dr. G. W. Griffin, Green Hadlock, Jefferson B. Hatler, Henry Ham, Dr. Caleb N. Headlee, William J. Hensley, Rev. Gideon H. Higginbotham, Joseph T. Higginbotham, Dr. Wellington S. Hopkins, Archibald Hopper, Atha Gregory Hudson, W.R. Hudson, John B. Ingram, Col. James W. Johnson, Richard M. Johnson, Dr. Isaac Marion Jones, James H. Justus, William C. Kelley, William H. Kelly, Asa Kerby, John Kim, J.H.H. Kincaid, Nelson N. Kinder, Charles Koch, Edward M. Lappin, Prof. Julius M. Leavitt, Robert N. Leith, A.H. Lewis, Dr. Jefferson Lemmon, John Lightfoot, Henry Lightfoot, Dr. James E. Loafman, William Lower, Capt. Foster J. McAdoo, Joseph McCracken, Henry Clay McCracken, W.H. McGuire, William A. McReynolds, Adam Clark May, Col. Sterling Brown Miles, Dr. John W. Miller, William B. Mitchell, Benjamin W. Mitchell, Austin A. Mitchell, D.A. Murphy, Dr. L.C. Neil, Dr. Elwood S. Odor, Nathan W. Okey, Ira O. Parrish, Jesse R. Payne, John W. Paynter, Prof. John Calvin Pike, Francis M. Pitts, William M. Potts, Alexander Ralph, Henegar Roberts, William S. Roberts, Dr. Joseph F. Roberts, Sebern Sallee Sr, A.F. Shriner, James G. Simpson, James P. Slagle, John. Bookseller Inventory #


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Book Description: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint Leavenworth. 5.5" x 8.5". Early days in Polk County, MO, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales, factual data and personal biographies in this booklet, an excerpt reprinted from the rare 1889 book: History of Hickory, Polk, Cedar, Dade and Barton Counties, Missouri , originally published by /the Goodspeed Publishing Co. of Chicago in 1889. The 96-page spiral bound booklet is 8 1/2 x 5 1/2" and is photocopie on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet protects the front cover. (Booklets for the other counties mentioned in the title are or soon will be available.) Communities mentioned in the booklet include: Bolivar (County Seat), Humansville, Morrisville, Fair Play, Pleasant Hope, New Market, Sac Township, Marion Twp, Jackson Twp, Washington Twp, Morgan Twp, Shelby Twp, Mooney Twp, Van Buren Twp, Miller Twp, Benton Twp, Jasper Twp, Greene Twp, Tyler Twp, Looney Twp, Johnson Twp, Jefferson Twp, Campbell Twp, and others. Topics covered in the history of this rural county in central Missouri include: Physical Description, including Topography, Streams, Geology, Caves, Minerals, Springs, Climate, Agricultural products; First White Settlers; Reminiscences; Public Lands and Land Entries (lots of names); County and Township Organizations; Courts and members of the Bar; Railroads; Medical Profession; Agricultural Society; County Officials; Mexican War; Kansas Difficulties; the Civil War -- 15th Regiment US Reserve Corps, 8th Cavalry, 26th Regiment Enrolled Missouri Militia, 15th Missouri Cavalry; Confederate Organizations; Guerrilla Warfare; Towns and Villages -- societies, newspapers, etc; Southwest Baptist College, Morrisville College, Churches; Schools; and other bits of history and trivia. Attention Genealogists: Besides the many names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most include parents, spouse, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities, in the course of which they often shed light on the businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: Flavius A. Affleck, Capt. James J. Akard, C.L. Allen, Joseph R. Allison, John B. Appleby, Judge Benjamin W. Appleby, G.B. Austin, Alvin A. Ayers, Judge J.B. Barnett, Richard B. Beck, S. J. Blair, Benjamin H. Bond, Hugh Brittain, Henry Brown, John W. Burks, William F. Burnes, C.C. Burrell, John P. Campbell, William Cary, Harry L. Cary, James Clark, David S. Clark, Washington D. Coats, Dr. Samuel W. Cossins, W.R. Cowan, Thomas W. Cunnyngham, James H.W. Cunnyngham, Edward H. Devin, Dr. William G. Drake, Judge Thomas H.B. Dunnegan, M.W. Easley, James B. Easley, Rev. John B. Ellis, Jacob L. Ewing, Morris A. Ewing, Dr. John W. Farmer, Daniel W. Faulkner, Jeremiah M. Fisher, W.N.C.C.A. Fox, Moses Gee, Samuel W. Gordon, Charles H. Grant, Thomas Greer, Dr. G. W. Griffin, Green Hadlock, Jefferson B. Hatler, Henry Ham, Dr. Caleb N. Headlee, William J. Hensley, Rev. Gideon H. Higginbotham, Joseph T. Higginbotham, Dr. Wellington S. Hopkins, Archibald Hopper, Atha Gregory Hudson, W.R. Hudson, John B. Ingram, Col. James W. Johnson, Richard M. Johnson, Dr. Isaac Marion Jones, James H. Justus, William C. Kelley, William H. Kelly, Asa Kerby, John Kim, J.H.H. Kincaid, Nelson N. Kinder, Charles Koch, Edward M. Lappin, Prof. Julius M. Leavitt, Robert N. Leith, A.H. Lewis, Dr. Jefferson Lemmon, John Lightfoot, Henry Lightfoot, Dr. James E. Loafman, William Lower, Capt. Foster J. McAdoo, Joseph McCracken, Henry Clay McCracken, W.H. McGuire, William A. McReynolds, Adam Clark May, Col. Sterling Brown Miles, Dr. John W. Miller, William B. Mitchell, Benjamin W. Mitchell, Austin A. Mitchell, D.A. Murphy, Dr. L.C. Neil, Dr. Elwood S. Odor, Nathan W. Okey, Ira O. Parrish, Jesse R. Payne, John W. Paynter, Prof. John Calvin Pike, Francis M. Pitts, William M. Potts, Alexander Ralph, Henegar Roberts, William S. Roberts, Dr. Joseph F. Roberts, Sebern Sallee Sr, A.F. Shriner, James G. Simpson, James P. Slagle, Bookseller Inventory # 000457

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Book Description: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 5.5" x 8.5". Early days in Dade County, MO, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales, factual data and personal biographies in this 125-page booklet, an excerpt reprinted from the rare 1889 book: History of Hickory, Polk, Cedar, Dade and Barton Counties, Missouri , originally published by /the Goodspeed Publishing Co. of Chicago in 1889. The spiral bound booklet is 8 1/2 x 5 1/2" and is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet protects the front cover. Topics covered in the history of this rural county in central Missouri include: Physical Description, including Topography, Streams, Prairies, Timber, Soil, Climate, Wildlife, Minerals; Manufacturing and Agriculture; Population; Indians and Old fortifications; First White Settlers; Early Land Entries; County Organization and officers; Townships; Courts and several interesting criminal cases and lynching incidents; Public Buildings; Railroads; Municipalities -- Greenfield, South Greenfield, Lockwood, Everton, Dadeville, Emmet and others; the Civil War; Churches; Schools; and other bits of history and trivia. Attention Genealogists: Besides the many names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most include parents, spouse, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities, in the course of which they often shed light on the businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: William Allison, Dr. Charles Aaron Badgley, Judge Orlando H. Barker, William R. Bowles, Charles S. Cannady, Franklin Carlock, James M. Carlock, Joseph W. Carmack, Edgar Clark, John R. Clopton, Robert Cowan, Dr. Robert M. Crutcher, John L. Daugherty, W.J. Davis, John A. Davis, James M. Divine, R.C. Divine, Martin Fidler, James F. Finley, Dr. Ferdinand Fischer, Cicero T. Gass, E.C. Gillett, Henry Gillman, Charles W. Gray, Frederick Grether, Charles W. Griffith, John Harrison, William T. Hastings, Amos Helphenstine, Joel T. Hembree, W.C. Holman, Seymour Hoyt, Monroe Ingraham, Col. Benjamin S. Jones, R.N. Killingsworth, James M. Kirby, Frederick Kirby, Thomas J. Lawrence, Joseph B. Lindsey, John Cyrus Lindley, Capt. E. Addison McCaleb, Thomas McDermid, Archibald McLemore, William Y. McLemore, C.C. McLemore, S.N. McMillen, Edgar P. Mann, William H. Mitchell, Arthur M. Morrison, Marshall C. Murray, Col. Jason W. Newell, Joseph A. Patton, Howard Pierce, William N. Poe, Isaac Preston, Cyrenus Z. Russell, Judge Frederick Schnelle, James R. Scott, J.C. Shouse, John D. Smith, Fergus C. Snoddy, Mason Talbutt, William M. Tarrant, J.W. Toliver, Rev. Thomas Toney, Judge George W. Wells, Rev. David G. Young, and William Marshall Young. Bookseller Inventory # 000454

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Book Description: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 5.5" x 8.5". Early days in Cedar County, MO, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales, factual data and personal biographies in this 157 page booklet, an excerpt reprinted from the rare 1889 book: History of Hickory, Polk, Cedar, Dade and Barton Counties, Missouri , originally published by /the Goodspeed Publishing Co. of Chicago in 1889. The spiral bound booklet is 8 1/2 x 5 1/2" and is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet protects the front cover. (Booklets for the other counties mentioned in the title are or soon will be available.) There is also a brief excerpt from Missouri, a Guide to the "Show Me" State, a WPA publication, concerning the development of Eldorado Springs. Communities in the booklet include: Stockton, Jerico Springs, El Dorado Springs, West El Dorado, Clintonville, Caplinger's Mills (Sacville), Lebeck, Virgil City, Fincastle (Arnica), Paynterville (Bear Creek), Balm (Cedar Springs), White Hair, Centerville, Meadow, Cane Hill, Filley, and Pleasant View. Mentions range from a line or so to three or four pages. Topics covered in the history of this rural county in central Missouri include: Physical Description, including Topography, Springs, Soil, and Minerals; Early settlers, such as Robert Graham, John Williams, Richard Tatum, etc.; First Judges of elections, Roads and Improvements; Land Entries (30 pages with lots of names); Organization of the county and townships; the Courts and members of the bar; County officials and public buildings; Newspapers; Towns and Villages -- societies, newspapers, etc; "Exciting Episodes" as a border community during the Civil War -- the Livingston and Shelby Raids, ; Education; Churches; and other bits of history and trivia. Attention Genealogists: Besides the many names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most include parents, spouse, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities, in the course of which they often shed light on the businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: Rev. William R. Allen, Robert N. Banister, Dr. Alfred Barter, W.W. Billingsley, Dr. Thomas J. Blake, James McBride Blake, Dr. J.P. Brasher, John F. Brown, Thomas M. Brown, Benjamin Carter, William Carroll Church, Charles R. Church, Joseph Cline, Richard N. Cox, Feranzo K. Crawford, John B. Cross, Dr. W.E. Dawson, Zimri Dixon, D.R.D. Dobyns, Capt. Harvey J. Dutton, Elisha Edge, John A. Firestone, Nelson Fritts, Thomas Benton Graham, William Griffith, Solomon O. Grimes, Judge Jerome Napoleon Gunier, William B. Hamlett, John E. Hartley, Richard Harley, Thomas J. Hartley, William A. Higgins, Dr. Samuel W. Horn, John M. Hudson, Samuel F. Hurt, Jefferson Jackson, John A. Jackson Sr., John Montgomery Jackson, Theodore L. Kerr, Simon B. Leedy, James William Legg, Samuel D. Light, Rev. Jacob Lindley, Dr. David J. Lindley, Elisha Liston, Thomas T. Loy, Milton B. Loy, William J. Lyon,Thomas J. McFarland, Christopher Hannibal Mace, Dr. Isaac F. Marquis, Isaac J. Martin, Morris W. Mitchell, James. L. Mitchell, Alexander C. Montgomery, Thomas R. Montgomery, W.W. Moore, William E. Nance, Judge Newton S. Noffsinger, Judge Charles W. Paynter, Edward C. Peters, Dr. John B. Phipps, William B. Phipps, R.C. Phipps, James M. Preston, Solomon Preston, Lemuel T. Preston, L.B. Prouty, Capt. James W. Prowell, John N. Pyle, W.W. Redford, John M. Rountree, Wiley J. Ryan, Riley Sherrill, William B. Sherrill, George H. Simpson, Dr. John B. Simrell, Alexander Simrell, Samuel L. Smith, Dr. Peter B. Smith, William Stark, A.W. Stearns, Judge D. J. Thompson, Levi Vassar, G.L. Walker, Bart Ward, John Wasson, Henry P. Willett, William R. Williams, Harden M. Williams, J.K.P. Williams, Dr. Madison B. Wooldridge, Dr. William H.H. Younder, Charles S. and Younger. Bookseller Inventory # 000455

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Book Description: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 5.5" x 8.5". Early days in Hickory County, MO, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales, factual data and personal biographies in this illustrated booklet, an excerpt reprinted from the rare 1889 book: History of Hickory, Polk, Cedar, Dade and Barton Counties, Missouri , originally published by the Goodspeed Publishing Co. of Chicago in 1889. This new 96 page spiral bound booklet is 8 1/2 x 5 1/2" and is printed on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet protects the front cover. Communities mentioned in the booklet include: Hermitage, Wheatland, Quincy, Preston, Cross Timbers, Weaubleau, Pittsburg, and Elkton. Topics covered in the history of this rural county in central Missouri include: Physical Description, including Topography, Streams, Soil, Caves, Minerals, Resources, and Agricultural products; Statistics; the Osage Indians, First White Settlers --Judge Neihardt, E.F. Halbert, the Vandevers, Judge Joseph C. Montgomery, Samuel Judy, Mrs. S. Lollar, John Graham, the McCracken brothers, Archibald Cock, and others; the Turk-Jones Affray -- a bloody feud in the early 1840s that reads like a wild west epic; , Land Entries (lots of names); Pioneer customs, County Organization, including Township divisions; Dispute over location of the county seat; the "slicker" Isam Hobbs; the Courts and Notable Cases; Vigilanties; Public Buildings; County officials; the Civil War and the desolation it brought; Towns and Villages -- societies, newspapers, etc; Education; Churches; and other bits of history and trivia. Attention Genealogists: Besides the many names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most include parents, spouse, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities, in the course of which they often shed light on the businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: Frederick Bandel, August Bandel, William S. Barnett, William Y. Bennett, Henry G. Bliss, William Bradshaw, Dr. Henry C. Brookshire, E.T. Condley, M.H. Cooper, J. H. Childers, Dr. A.C. Curl, J.H. Davidson, Samuel Valentine Dean, William Dollarhide, Peter J. Erickson, Judge James M. Gardner, Samuel W. Gerster, A.M. Halbert, William D. Harryman, Levi Hartman, Judge William C. Hickman, Edward B. Huffman, M.C. Jenkins, Frederick Kern, E.M. Kerr, Rev. P.S. Lehmann, Capt. W. H. Liggett, G.W. Lindsey, Lycurgus Lindsey, Judge Benjamin L. Mallonee, Frank Mieler, Dr. J.W. Mowell, Alexander Murphy, Naffziger and Mosser, David Naffziger, Judge Moses N. Neihardt, T.J. and E. H. Noland, Dr. James R. Pack, Amos M. Paxton, W.S. Pickett, James A. Pine, Nathan K. Pope, Uriah Proctor, Judge Thomas F. Robinson, Newton B. Sherman, Jefferson B. Shoemaker, Jacob P. Stoll, James T. Wallen, Dr. G.N. White, Dr. J.W. White, Pleasant H. Wilson, and Francis Marion Wilson. Bookseller Inventory # 000041

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Book Description: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 5.5" x 8.5". Early days in Barton County, MO, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales, factual data and personal biographies in this booklet, an excerpt reprinted from the rare 1889 book: History of Hickory, Polk, Cedar, Dade and Barton Counties, Missouri , originally published by /the Goodspeed Publishing Co. of Chicago in 1889. The spiral bound 205 page booklet is 8 1/2 x 5 1/2" and is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet protects the front cover. Topics covered in the history of this rural county in central Missouri include: Physical Features, including the Ozark Divide, Coal Mining, etc.; Allen Petty -- who lived in 5 counties without changing his residence -- and other early settlers; Land entries (many names), County and Township organization, Courts and Attorneys; County Buildings and officials; Agriculture and Medical Associations; Fraternal associations; Towns -- Lamar, Golden City, Liberal, Milford, Iantha, Denison, Minden Mines and other small villages; the Civil War period, including the Battle of Dug Springs and the Battle of Wilson's Creek; Over 20 pages of names of CW soldiers (example: A. Hall, enlisted in 1862, as second lieutenant Company A, Seventh Ohio Cavalry; discharged captain of same company, 1865); Churches; Schools; and other bits of history and trivia. Attention Genealogists: Besides the many names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most include parents, spouse, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities, in the course of which they often shed light on the businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: Dr. George Ackason, Edmund H. Adams, William Allen, Orvilla Allen, Frank DeWitt Arnold, Mrs. Susan F. Ash (widow of James), Samuel Baker, Addison Baker, H.O. Baker, Moses L. Barth, John Bates, J.H. Baugh, John Beam, James K. Belk, William S. Boyd, Dr. C.W. Bozarth, Capt. M. Breeden, Marcus Briley, Robert Brown, Prof. George F. Brous, Judge James S. Bryan, Reuben Bumgarner, Andrew C. Burnett, Alpheus M. Burton, John Campbell, G.W. Campbell, W.A. Carl, E.S. Casner, A.G. Cessford, A.F. Chapman, Lee Chiswell, John E. Cleveland, Herbert F. Coffin, John Bryant Cole, Thomas H. Combs, Judge Isaac A. Comstock, R.A. Conrad, William B. Couchman, John H. Cook, Frank Cranor, H.E. Cross, George G. Cunningham, William H. Curless, Marion Dale, Henry R. Davis, Augustus DeLissa, C.H. Deweese, John M. Dickenson, Cyrus Dixon, A.Y. Duncan, Dr. Albert A. Dye, William Dye, John M. Earp, Thomas Egger, Judge John V. Elder, John J. Fast, Charles H. Fink, Richard M. Fink, S.P. Finley, George W. Finley, G.W.B. Garrett, James T. Gealy, Edwin Gilkey, Pete C. Glixner, P.R. Gray, Joel Green, James Gregory, C.A. Griffin, George W. Grigsby, Oliver H. Grimes, Tom W. Harkless, John M. Harlow, William V. Hay, Joseph M. Hazlitt, Joseph H. Heath, Jonathan Wesley Hendricks, J.M. Herlocker, J.W. Hicks, Joseph C.A. Hiller, Dr. C.W. Hinchman, G.W. Holliday, Charles W. Huggins, Mrs. Emily Hull (widow of J.W.), John J. Humphrey, Moses Isenhower, William Jackson, E.W. Jenkins, O. Johnson, Caleb S. Jones, A.J. Joyce, T.J. Kelley, Amos Kentner, J.W. Kinder, Matthew Lasley, Dr. J.L. McComb, Gwinn McCuistion, Alonzo W. McCutchen, H.C. McGown, Judge D.T. McGown, James McGrath, S.F. McGrath, James McMurtry, William A. McNary, B.C. McWilliams, William M. Major, Benjamin P. Major, Dr. A.E. Mardick, Dr. S.N. Martin, Walter J. Miller, Samuel J. Minnice, Mrs. Abbie Morris (widow of Franklin), Judge Charles A. Morrow, Samuel Myers, Horatio Nelson, John M. Nowlin, Joseph C. Parry, Oscar A. Pelton, A.D. Pittenger, A.C. Pittenger, John A. Pool, Herbert L. Reed, Cecil B. Rhodes, Frederick Richards, Alpheus Richards, The Golden Gate Herald and T. G. Robison, Clayton Rogers, George W. Rouse, John E. Rundell, Milas Russel, Gustavus A. Seyffert, Calvin H. Shapley, John Slavens, W.W. Slinker, W.C. Smith, Lynn B. Smith. Bookseller Inventory # 000453

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THE HISTORY OF HICKORY, POLK, CEDAR, DADE, AND BARTON COUNTIES, MISSOURI

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Book Description: Southern Historical Press. Book Condition: BRAND NEW. BRAND NEW Hardcover - 848pp - This volume contains the history of the above mentioned counties along with Biographical Sketches of over 600 individuals. The New Index that was prepared for this reprint edition has over 20,000 individuals listed A Brand New Quality Book from a Full-Time Bookshop in business since 1992!. Bookseller Inventory # 400884

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Book Description: Goodspeed[ Orig. ] the Printery [ Reprint ], Chicago / Clinton, 1889. Blue Cloth Hard Cover. Book Condition: Very Good - Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Published Without Dust Jacket. Circa 1973 Reprint. 6"x 9.5" +/- 967 Pl. Text + 129 Pp. Index. History of Hickory, Polk, Cedar, Dade and Barton Counties, Missouri . From the Earliest Time to the Present, Including a Department Devoted to the Preservation of Sundry Personal, Etc., Etc. An attractive copy of the very scarce & complete unabridged text, custom sewn & bound in blue cloth library style binding. A massive faithful 967 page reprint supplemented with a 129 page index of thousands of names, added in 1973. Silver toned spine titles still crisp. Showing only light shelf & handling wear, a massive 4 pounds, measuring 6" by 9.5" and 2.6" thick! This copy is the only AbeBooks listing [ at the time this was entered ] which includes the entire text. Includes 5 full page illustrations. Nicely bound, tight & clean, edges speckled at the bindery. Owner address sticker front endpaper, "Jerald D Hollenbach" [can be removed with rubber cement thinner] & the first two preliminary pages are blind-embossed "JDH.". 19th Century American History. Bookseller Inventory # 001596

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The History of Hickory, Polk, Cedar, Dade, & Barton Counties, Missouri

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Book Description: Goodspeed Publishing Company, 1889. Hardcover. Book Condition: Acceptable. The cover is lose and the cover on the spine has pealed off. Binding is still intact. No markings on the pages. Bookseller Inventory # mon0000030656

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Book Description: Southern Historical Pr, Greenville, SC, 2002. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Reprint. New index.; 848 pages; This volume contains the history of the above mentioned counties along with Biographical Sketches of over 600 individuals. The New Index that was prepared for this reprint edition has over 20,000 individuals in it. Bookseller Inventory # UMO018

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The History of Hickory, Polk, Cedar, Dade, & Barton Counties, Missouri

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