Review of Meek & Hayden ' s notes on " Preliminary Report of Kansas , ” April ,
1868 , in Vol . 2 , of Trans . St . Louis Academy of Sciences . 19 pages . 1874 . In
Campbell ' s Gazetteer of Missouri . On the Physical Geography of Missouri .
Author: Newton Horace Winchell
Includes section "Review of recent geological literature."
3. Conductor Chauncey Alford, St. Louis Times, February 2, 1874; see also
Campbell, Campbell's Gazetteer, 639. 4. St. Louis Republican, February 2, 1874.
In one interview conductor Alford referred to Gads Hill as "a regular stopping-
Author: Beights, Ronald H.
Publisher: Pelican Publishing
Jesse James and his notorious gang at the height of their careers.
Cemetery in Piedmont, but the graves of L. F. Medley and his wife are at Masonic
Cemetery in Arcadia. ... R. A. Campbell's Gazetteer of Missouri, published in
1874 and revised in 1875, says Sproule's Greenville Times was the only paper in
that place at ... out of Coldwater, but we'll have to rely on the version of the truth
as reported in the Fredericktown Bee and reprinted in the Fair Play of July 2,
Author: Cletis R. Ellinghouse
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
The turbulence of a wonderful time brought four railroads, several new towns, thousands of new residents, the first newspapers, and an untold number of other businesses to sparsely settled but timber-rich Wayne County. It commenced as logging of the countys precious virgin timber (a good part of it pine) gained momentum after arrival of the first train in 1871, but glimpses of the excitement and the heartache, integral parts of it, have been preserved in the authors recordings of the year-by-year happenings, often in the precise language used by the newspapers of that day to report them.