This subcategory contains 9 links
Arabia Steamboat Museum(129 clicks)
Sunk in 1856; raised 132 years later.Country Folk Magazine(139 clicks)
"Country Folk Magazine publishes true stories about the early pioneers who settled the Ozark area in southwest Missouri, especially the area near Pomme de Terre Lake and Lake of the Ozarks.We concentrate on history in the following Missouri counties: Benton, Camden, Dallas, Hickory, Laclede, and St. Clair."
Kansas City History(140 clicks)
History of this great city.Looking Back: An Autobiography(134 clicks)
by Merrick Abner Richardson.
Published 1917 by Priv. print. in Chicago. Missouri Historical Society(140 clicks)
We invite you to explore our museum and library, and enjoy our many events.Regional History(142 clicks)
Kansas CityThe James Farm(159 clicks)
The farm owned by the family of Jesse and Frank James.Time Portal to Old St. Louis(135 clicks)
""Scott's Time Portal to Old St. Louis" contains a wide range of historical material. A few of them are: military history, anthropology, church history, folk music, paleontology (prehistoric life), local catastrophes, and technological history. Also the site features vintage postcards and Pitzman's 1868 St. Louis Map that contains references to many of the founding pioneers of the area.
For the most part, it focuses on pre-1923 history, mainly to avoid copyright concerns of more recent material. "When the James Gang Ruled the Rails(132 clicks)
Train robbing of Frank and Jesse James and their gang.