Genealogy and History of the State of MISSOURI
14 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
|1. The History of Daviess County, Missouri : an encyclopedia of useful
information, and a compendium of actual facts : it contains a condensed history
of the state of Missouri and its chief cities, St. Louis, Kansas City, and St.
Joseph, a reliable history of Daviess County, its pioneer record, war history,
resources, biographical sketches and portraits of prominent citizens, general
and local statistics of great value, and a large amount of miscellaneous matter,
incidents, etc., etc. Kansas City, Mo.: Birdsall & Dean,
1882, 872 pgs.
|2. Adjutant General's report of Missouri state militia: for
the year 1861. St. Louis: G. Knapp & Co., printers and
binders, 1862, 16 pgs.
|3. Kansas City, Missouri : its history and its people, 1808-1908 Chicago: S.J. Clarke Pub. Co., 1908, Carrie Westlake, Whitney, 2083 pgs.
|4. Marriage records, Dade County, Missouri : books "A" and "B," 1863-1872, and
abstracts of wills and admrs. "A," 1841-1867 Kansas City, Mo.:
Mrs. H.W. Woodruff, 1971, 63 pgs.
|5. Marriage records, Dallas County, Missouri : book "A," 1867-1873, and "B,"
1873-1880 Kansas City, Mo.: Mrs. H.W. Woodruff, 1972, 65 pgs.
|6. Marriage records, Dent County, Missouri : book "A," 1851-1870 and abstracts
of wills "A," 1866-1893 Kansas City, Mo.: Mrs. H.W. Woodruff,
1972, 61 pgs.
|7. Marriage records, Greene County, Missouri : book "A" and "B,"
1833-1860 Kansas City, Mo.: Mrs. H.W. Woodruff, 1971, 86 pgs.
|8. Marriage records, Marion County, Missouri : books "A" & "B,"
1827-1856 Kansas City, Mo.: Mrs. H.W. Woodruff, 1970, 86 pgs.
|9. Marriage records, St. Francois County, Missouri : book "A" & "B,"
1836-1866 Kansas City, Mo.: Mrs. H.W. Woodruff, 1970, 69 pgs.
|10. Marriage records, Osage County, Missouri : book "A", 1841-1861 Kansas City, Mo.: Mrs. H.W. Woodruff, 1970, 71 pgs.
|11. Marriage records, 1842-1857, of Linn County, Missouri : from volume I :
copied in 1956 from the original documents from the county court house in
Linneus, Missouri, all entrees from Linn County unless otherwise
stated, 1956, Elizabeth Prather, Ellsberry, 50 pgs.
|12. History of Randolph and Macon Counties, Missouri : written and compiled from
the most authentic official and private sources : including a history of their
townships, towns and villages : together with a condensed history of Missouri, a
reliable and detailed history of Randolph and Macon Counties, their pioneer
record, resources, biographical sketches of prominent citizens, general and
local statistics of great value, incidents and reminiscences. St. Louis: National Historical Co., 1884, 1236 pgs.
|13. A history of the pioneer families of Missouri : with numerous sketches,
anecdotes, adventures, etc., relating to early days in Missouri : also, the
lives of Daniel Boone and the celebrated Indian chief Black Hawk : with numerous
biographies and histories of primitive institutions Columbia,
Mo.: Lucas Bros., 1935, Wm. S. Bryan, 589 pgs.
|14. The History of Johnson County, Missouri : including a reliable history of the
townships, cities, and towns, together with a map of the county, a condensed
history of Missouri, the state constitution, an abstract of the most important
laws, the physical features of the county, the early settlers and pioneers, the
political and war history, the religious and educational history, the portraits
of prominent citizens, illustrations of state and county institutions,
biographical sketches, a history of the agricultural interests, statistics and
miscellaneous matters, etc., etc.
Kansas City, Mo.: Kansas
City Historical Co., 1881, 1024 pgs.
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