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Item Description: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Miller County, Missouri, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this NEW 147 page booklet, reprinted from the rare 1889 book: History of Cole, Moniteau, Morgan, Benton, Miller, Maries and Osage Counties, Missouri and Missouri, a Guide to the "Show Me" State, a 1930s WPA project. The 147 page spiral bound booklet, which measures 8 1/2 x 5 1/2", is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet protects the front cover. The 1889 history covers the early development of this area, while the brief excerpt from the WPA book, gives a nostalgic glympse of the area from a 1939 vantage point, including interesting historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities, and a small map of Lake of the Ozarks and Vicinity. Towns and villages mentioned include: Aurora Springs, West Aurora, Iberia, Tuscumbia, Eldon, Olean, Pleasant Mount, Spring Garden, Brumley, Bagnell, Rocky Mount, Mary's Home, Ulman's Ridge and Charlestown. Topics covered in the history of this rural county in central Missouri include: Physical Description, including Bountries, Geology, Topography, Streams, Minerals, Agricultural products, and Statistics; Mound Builders, the Osage Indians, Early Settlers including the eccentric John "Cave" Wilson, who was "salted" when he died; Land Entries (with lots of names); Early Industries, Stores, Justice Court, Elections, etc.; Organization, including changes in the boundaries, locating of the county seat, early court proceedings, Township Organization with names of officials, and Public Buildings; Officers of the county; Roads, railroad, and ferries; County Societies; Judicial Affairs, including grand jury names, various court cases from "disturbance at public worship" to horse-stealing, child abuse and murder; and names of attorneys; the Civil War and Military units, with some names; Towns and Villages, including origin and growth, businesses, newspapers, government, fraternities, etc.; Educational Institutions, including the Miller County Institute at Spring Garden, the Iberia Normal School, the Eldon Academy and the Miller County Academy at Aurora Spring, and Churches; plus many other bits of history and trivia along the way. Besides the many names mentioned in the history section of the booklet, there are a number of fairly detailed individual biographies of prominent residents. Surnames include: Agee, Allee, Allen, Atkin, Baker, Barkalow, Barnhart, Bear, Becker, Berry, Birdsong, Bode, Bowman, Boyce, Brickley, Broekman, Brown, Burlingame, Burton, Buster, Chambers, Clark, Conner, Cook, Crocker, Davidson, DeVilbiss, Dickneite, Ewell, Fancher, Finney, Franklin, Frazee, Freeman, Fulkerson, Garner, Gattermeir, Gilleland, Goodman, Hackney, Harrison, Hauenstein, Hawken, Hawkins, Harvey, Henley, Hite, Hoberecht, Hollenbeck, Holloway, Hunsaker, Hunter, James, Johnston, Jones, Joslyn, Kinworthy, Klinger, Lansdown, Lawson, Lombar, Lumpkin, Lupardus, Lurton, Lynch, McBride, McClure, Martin, Miller, Moles, Moore, Morrison, Musser, Myers, Nixdorf, Ortbals, Pitchford, Proctor, Robinson, Russell, Savage, Simmons, Simpson, Singer, Stayton, Starling, Stevens, Stoddard, Sutton, Strover, Swalen, Taylor, Tellman, Temple, Tremain, Van Hooser, Walker, Weeks, Wells, Wetlock, Williams, Zwanzig. Bookseller Inventory # 000269

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Hutchison, Mozelle

Published by The Historical Society of Maries County (1990)

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Item Description: The Historical Society of Maries County, 1990. Softcover. Book Condition: Very Good. 48 pages, light discoloring; very good shape; no date. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: American History; Inventory No: 153584. Bookseller Inventory # 153584

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Item Description: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Maries County, MO, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this NEW 77 page booklet, reprinted from the rare 1889 book: History of Cole, Moniteau, Morgan, Benton, Miller, Maries and Osage Counties, Missouri and Missouri, a Guide to the "Show Me" State, a 1930s WPA project. The 77 page spiral bound booklet, which measures 8 1/2 x 5 1/2", is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet protects the front cover. The 1889 history covers the early development of this area, while the brief excerpt from the WPA book, gives a nostalgic glympse of the area from a 1939 vantage point, including interesting historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. Towns and villages and "post-offices" mentioned include: Vienna, Vichy, Bloomington, Tavern, Safe, and Belle. Topics covered in the history of this rural county in central Missouri include: Physical Description, including Bountries, Geology, Topography, Streams, Minerals, Agricultural products, and Statistics; Mound Builders, the Osage Indians, Early Settlers; Land Entries; Early Customs and Incidents; Early Stores; Justice Court, Elections, etc.; Organization, including changes in the boundaries, locating of the county seat, early court proceedings, Township Organization with names of officials, and Public Buildings; Officers of the county; Roads, railroad, and ferries; County Societies; Judicial Affairs, including grand jury names, various court cases from "disturbance at public worship" to horse-stealing, child abuse and murder; and names of attorneys; the Civil War and Military units, with some names; Towns and Villages, including origin and growth, businesses, newspapers, government, fraternities, etc.; Educational Institutions, including the Miller County Institute at Spring Garden, the Iberia Normal School, the Eldon Academy and the Miller County Academy at Aurora Spring, and Churches; plus many other bits of history and trivia along the way. Besides the many names mentioned in the history section of the booklet, there are a number of fairly detailed individual biographies of prominent residents. Surnames include: Ammerman, Barr, Bowles, Branson, Carnes, Copeland, Crismon, Crum, Duncan, Eads, Felker, Fenn, Gremp, Hayes, Hodge, Hughes, Johnson, Jones, Kuennen, Lindner, Love, Marts, Murry, Otto, Rainey, Ramsey, Rowan, Rowden, Schenker, Smith, Travis, Underwood, and Williams. Bookseller Inventory # 000268

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Item Description: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Cole County, MO, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this 8 1/2" x 11" booklet, compiled from the rare 1889 book: History of Cole, Moniteau, Morgan, Benton, Miller, Maries and Osage Counties, Missouri and Missouri, a Guide to the "Show Me" State, a 1930s WPA project. The booklet is photocopied on 60# paper and has a vinyl sheet protecting the front cover. The 1889 history covers the early development of this area, while the excerpts from the WPA book, give a nostalgic glympse of the area from a 1939 vantage point, including interesting historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. The WPA excerpt also includes a special section on Jefferson City. Communities in the county mentioned in the booklet include: Jefferson City, Marion, Centre Town (Centertown), Elston, Russellville, St. Thomas, Stringtown, Lohman, Osage City, Osage Bluff, Hickory Hill, Belleville and Taos. The history of this rural county in east central Missouri covers the: Topography and Natural Resources; Aztec or Indian mounds; Indian Occupancy; White Settlers; Land Entries by township with names of early purchasers; Pioneer Marriages with some names; Slavery Days; Transactions of the County Court; Early officials; Circuit Court Proceedings, involving divorces, murders, duels, horsestealing, etc.; Names of Attorneys; Election Results from 1833-88; Mexican War Volunteers of 1846, including the Cole County Dragoons (1846) with names; the Civil War; the State Guard; Home Guards; Names of Civil War soldiers; Regimental Sketches and other notes on the war; Journals and Journalists; Cities and Towns, including business, churches, societies, etc.; Schools; Physicians; Navigation; Railroads; Public Buildings and many other bits of history and trivia. Bookseller Inventory # 000691

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Item Description: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Morgan County, MO, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this NEW 220 page booklet, reprinted from the rare 1889 book: History of Cole, Moniteau, Morgan, Benton, Miller, Maries and Osage Counties, Missouri and Missouri, a Guide to the "Show Me" State, a 1930s WPA project. 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. The 1889 history covers the early development of this area, while the brief excerpt from the WPA book, give a nostalgic glympse of the area from a 1939 vantage point, including interesting historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. Communities mentioned in the booklet include: Versailles, the county seat and major town, and the villages of Reedsburg, Excelsior, Florence, Syracuse (originally Pacific City), Proctor, Gravois Mills, Akinsville, Glensted, St. Martin's, Boyler's Mill, Barnett, Cape Galena, Pyrmont, Bebra, and Stover. Topics covered in the history of this rural county in central Missouri include: Physical Description, including Topography, Streams, Soil, Caves, Minerals, Mineral Waters, the Alum Well, and Agricultural products; the Osage Indians, "Harmony Mission Trace," First White Settlers; Land Entries; Customs; County Organization, including Township divisions; Public Buildings; Judicial Affairs, including a pair of murder cases; the Civil War and Military units, with some names; Versailles, including origin and growth, fires, businesses, newspapers, fraternities (with many names), etc.; Small towns and villages; Public and Private Educational Institutions, including the Versailles Institute and Akinsville Normal and Commercial Institute; Churches; "the Wheel", a secret cooperative for farmers; Elected officials (many names); Railroads; County Finances; the Great Marshfield Cyclone and other bits of history and trivia. In addition to the many names mentioned in the first section of the booklet, there are a number of individual biographies. While these are of primary interest to their decendents, they contain many items of general historical interest, particularly accounts of Civil War activities. The Surnames include: Adams, Alfter, Anthony, Argenbright, Arnold, Banks, Beale, Berkstresser, Bohling, Bowers, Bridges, Briscoe, Bryan, Buck, Burford, Burns, Calfee, Campbell, Clark, Clifton, Cline, Comp, Damph, Daugherty, Davidson, Davis, Dornan, Dougherty, Earnest, Ensminger, Estes, Fish, Freebairn, Frisch, Fuegner, Gibbs, Goddard, Goodman, Gwynn, Hatler, Harker, Hawks, Hays, Hubbard, Hunter, Igo, Inge, Inglish, Joachimi, Johnson, Jones, Kavanaugh, Kyle, Lampton, Leib, Long, Lumpee, Lumley, McCarty, McCoy, McDaniel, McDow, McDonald, McFaddin, McNair, Manning, Mayfield, Mees, Mobley, Moore, Parsons, Petty, Phillips, Pointer, Porter, Potter, Price, Richardson, Riffle, Ripley, Ross, Sanburn, Sanford, Schad, Sears, Sims, Snodgrass, Sommerhauser, Soraghan, Spurlock, Stephens, Stover, Talbott, Thurston, Tillett, Todd, Villmoare, Wagenkuecht, Wallace, Weltmer, Williams, Willson, Woods and Wright. Bookseller Inventory # 000272

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Item Description: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Cole County, MO, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this set of two new booklets, compiled from the rare 1889 book: History of Cole, Moniteau, Morgan, Benton, Miller, Maries and Osage Counties, Missouri and Missouri, a Guide to the "Show Me" State, a 1930s WPA project. The 110 page history booklet is 8 1/2" x 11" and the 79 page genealogy booklet is 5 1/2" x 8 1/2". Both are spiral bound, photocopied on 60# paper and have vinyl sheets protecting their front covers. The 1889 history covers the early development of this area, while the excerpts from the WPA book, give a nostalgic glympse of the area from a 1939 vantage point, including interesting historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. The WPA excerpt also includes a special section on Jefferson City. Communities in the county mentioned in the booklet include: Jefferson City, Marion, Centre Town (Centertown), Elston, Russellville, St. Thomas, Stringtown, Lohman, Osage City, Osage Bluff, Hickory Hill, Belleville and Taos. Other present communities include Eugene, Henley, St. Martins and Wardsville. The history of this rural county in east central Missouri covers the: Topography and Natural Resources; Aztec or Indian mounds; Indian Occupancy; White Settlers; Land Entries by township with names of early purchasers; Pioneer Marriages with some names; Slavery Days; Transactions of the County Court; Early officials; Circuit Court Proceedings, involving divorces, murders, duels, horsestealing, etc.; Names of Attorneys; Election Results from 1833-88; Mexican War Volunteers of 1846, including the Cole County Dragoons (1846) with names; the Civil War; the State Guard; Home Guards; Names of Civil War soldiers; Regimental Sketches and other notes on the war; Journals and Journalists; Cities and Towns, including business, churches, societies, etc.; Schools; Physicians; Navigation; Railroads; Public Buildings and many other bits of history and trivia. In addition to the history booklet, we are including an 8 1/2 X 5 1/2 booklet with fairly detailed biographies of early Cole County residents. This data also comes from the 1889 book. The biographies include: Peter Alexander, William Anderson, John Antweiler, Charles Arnhold, Simon Bandelier, A.M. Beckers, Green C. Berry, Fred H. Binder, Peter G. Bolton, John L. Brenner, G.R. Brunk, Robert H. Buckner, C.F.W. Buente, Charles Clarenbach, Maj. Joseph Marcus Clarke, Houton W. Clarke, Sylvester W. Cox (brief), Albert E. Creedon, William Crede, Rudolph Dallmeyer, William Smith Davison, Rev. Joseph Fr. M. Diel, Judge John H. Diercks, L.V. Dix, Herman H. Dulle, Henry J. Dulle, Dr. M.A. Dunlop, John W. Edwards, Dr. A. Elston, Mrs. S. M. Elston, Martin J. Engelbrecht, Dr. Isaac N. Enlow, Dr. John S. Enlow, Father J.C. Ernst, Judge W. S. Freshour, Reuben Garnett, Isaac M. George, John A. George, Dr. W. S. Glover, Urias Gordon, John W. Gordon, J.E. Garman, Tandy A. Greenup, Arthur P. Grimshaw, Michael Handley, Gen. James Harding, William Hartley, James Henley, Rev. O.J.S. Hoog, J.A. Huegel, Dr. G.A. Humpert, J.H. Kautsch, Andreas Knernscheld, Mrs. C. Koehler, Albert Kroeger, August Kroeger, Dr. William M. Lamkin, John A. Linhardt, G.W. Lockett, Charles W. Lohman, Louis C. Lohman, J. F. Long, Major William H. Lusk (w/picture), William Gilmore McCarty, Newton McKinney, Dr. James McWorkman, W.A. Maddux, A.A. Mahan, Thomas B. Mahan, Dr. J.B. Martin, Jacob Mayens, Meredith T. Moore, F. Y Murphy, Andrew Nieghorn, George W. Noland, Joseph Obermayer, Adam Ohnemueller, Adam Opel, Stephen Ortmeyer, Philipp Ott, John L. Ott, Louis Pfunder, William Plummer, John M. Popp, Albert Prenger, Fred Raithel, John G. Rakes, F. H. Rephlo, Bernard Richter, P.H. Robertson, F.W. Roer, Adam Routszong, Judge Simon N. Schell, Francis X. Schell, John Scheperle, L.A. Schirmer, Jacob Schirmer, Father Ferdinand Helias, L.M. Schmucker, Ferdinand Schleer, T.J. Scott, T.W. Scott, A.C. Scruggs, M.R. Sinks, J. Bookseller Inventory # 000264

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Published by Historical Society of Maries County (1990)

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Item Description: Historical Society of Maries County, 1990. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. AS NEW with NO marks and NO wear. HUGE QUARTO with hundreds of rare photos expert genealogy, history, early buildings everything. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-15301317781

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King, Everett Marshall

Published by Ramfre Press, Cape Girardeau, Missouri (1963)

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Item Description: Ramfre Press, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, 1963. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Very good hardcover, no dust jacket; very slight wear to spine/cover. Foldout map included in book. Bookseller Inventory # 140204-D01

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Item Description: Hardcover Dec 01, 1998. Book Condition: New. BRAND NEW, UNREAD, PERFECT CONDITION. Bookseller Inventory # 807932

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Published by Southern Historical Pr (1998)

ISBN 10: 0893081051 ISBN 13: 9780893081058

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Item Description: Southern Historical Pr, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0893081051

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