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An unflattering account of Springfield, Mo. in 1835 and how the locals got even with greenhorns. More One of the most prominent attractions at Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield is the Ray House, a silent witness to the bloody battle there on August 10, 1861. More Alternative religious services for bicyclists proposed in St. Louis’ Forest Park area in 1897. More Hunters, trappers, surveyors, road builders, businessmen and much more the Boone family played vital roles in the pioneering of the American frontier. More Cotton was scarce in Missouri during the Civil War.
This newspaper article offers an alternative to cotton
for the Missouri farmer. More Springfield Municipal airport manager announces reduced air fare prices in this article from the Springfield, Missouri Press. More
From Big Chief tablets to the World Wide Web: Stories of wild animals, families, civil war and other realities of the lives of Ozarks pioneers can be found online. More
The most lawmen killed in one day before 9/11 is the subtitle to the Bruce Davis book, We’re Dead, Come On In. January marks the anniversary of what came to be known as the Young Brothers Massacre. More