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Bronaugh The Town, the Man and his Friends The early history of the town of Bronaugh, Missouri and the man it was named for, by Lyndon N. IrwinBronaugh The Town, the Man and his Friends The early history of the town of Bronaugh, Missouri and the man it was named for, by Lyndon N. Irwin, PhD, 2010. 302 pages, 8.5x11", hardbound book, ISBN 978-1-936091-00-3. This book is meant to be the definitive history on this small Vernon County town, it was carefully researched and contains complete documentation. It contains plenty of stories of the early days before Bronaugh was founded, it's founding in 1886 and continues up to 1910. There are about 50 pages on W. C. Bronaugh, the town's namesake, and his sometimes notorious friends. The hard-bound book is indexed and contains many photographs and ink drawings. Bronaugh is one of the "newer" towns in Vernon County, being founded in 1886. Before the Civil War, post offices at Igo and Zulu were known and churches and one-room schools dotted the prairie. In 1886, the Missouri Pacific railroad made a decision that a new train station between Moundville and Liberal was needed. Within a few months, a new boom-town named Bronaugh had sprung up from the prairie. Those first years were exciting ones. New schools, churches, banks and businesses were constructed along with beautiful homes. Ex-Confederate soldier Warren C. Bronaugh was one of those who owned land that eventually became part of the new town. Mr. Bronaugh was well-known in Confederate circles and spent more than twenty years and much of his fortune trying to gain the release of the famed Cole Younger and his brothers from the Stillwater, Minnesota prison. His good friend was the famous outlaw Frank James. No one knows for sure why the town was named for someone who never lived there.  AD2392-$40.00

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Carroll County Missouri, Volume 1: Miscellaneous Carroll County Newspapers, by Kenneth E. Weant, 2012. 198 pages, 8.5x11", softbound book. Deaths (3259 reported), Marriages (1176 reported) & Chronological Index to selected articles, covering January 1, 1864 to August 25, 1899. AD2467-$28.00

Chariton County, Missouri Volume 1: 4969 Deaths Reported in & Chronological Index To Selected Articles From The Brunswicker (includes 1382 Marriages), Volume 1, by Kenneth E. Weant, 2009. 266 pages, 8.5x11", softbound book, covers October 14, 1847 to December 28, 1889. AD2324-$28.00

Chariton County, Missouri: 3147 Deaths Reported in & Chronological Index To Selected Articles From Miscellaneous Chariton County Papers (includes 994 Marriages), Volume 2, by Kenneth E. Weant, 2013. 194 pages, 8.5x11", softbound book, covers March 4, 1869 to September 16, 1892. AD985-$28.00

The Civil War in Missouri Day by Day 1861-1865, by Carolyn M. Bartels, softbound book, 344 pages. AD046-$21.00

Clay County, Missouri Volume 1, by Kenneth E. Weant, 2011. 224 pages, 8.5x11", softbound book. 3948 Deaths and Chronological Index to Selected Articles from Liberty Tribune (includes 1529 marriages) includes April 6, 1846 to December 20, 1878, AD2320-$28.00

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Family Maps of Daviess County, Missouri, Deluxe Edition, by Gregory A. Boyd. 8½x11”, perfect softbound book, 250 pages, with 65 total maps. There are 3 maps for each of the 20 Congressional townships that make up Daviess County. Each Township has a Patent Map, Patent Index, Road Map, and a Map/Historical Map, which includes Waterways, Watercourses & Railroads. The Road and Historical Maps also include the City-centers and cemeteries that can be found at NationalAtlas.gov. There is also a Surname/Patent Index and a Surname/Township Index to help you dive into the right area of the County. Included Appendices identify multi-Patentee buying groups and also list the numerous Aliquot (section) parts you might find. ADAR207-$38.00

Family Maps of Gentry County, Missouri, Deluxe Edition, by Gregory A. BoydFamily Maps of Gentry County, Missouri, Deluxe Edition, by Gregory A. Boyd. 8½x11”, perfect softbound book, 192 pages, with 53 total maps. There are 3 maps for each of the 16 Congressional townships that make up Gentry County. Each Township has a Patent Map, Patent Index, Road Map, and a Map/Historical Map, which includes Waterways and Watercourses. The Road and Historical Maps also include the City-centers and cemeteries that can be found at NationalAtlas.gov. There is also a Surname/Patent Index and a Surname/Township Index to help you dive into the right area of the County. Included Appendices identify multi-Patentee buying groups and also list the numerous Aliquot (section) parts you might find. ADAR211-$33.00

Howard County, Missouri, Volume 1, by Kenneth E. Weant, 2012. 226 pages, 8.5x11", softbound book. Franklin and Fayette Miscellaneous Howard County Newspapers - 4190 Deaths, 1264 Marriages and Chronological Index to Selected Articles covering April 23, 1819 to December 30, 1880. AD2468-$28.00

Howard County, Missouri, Volume 2, by Kenneth E. Weant, 2012. 184 pages, 8.5x11", softbound book. 3211 deaths reported and chronological index to selected articles from miscellaneous Glasgow papers (includes 1206 marriages) covering June 12, 1845 to December 15, 1887. AD2450-$28.00

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wholesale price eligibleSuch A Foe As Livingston The Campaign of Confederate Major Thomas R. LivingstoSuch A Foe As Livingston Color Hardbound Bookn's First Missouri Cavalry Battalion of Southwest Missouri, by John C. Livingston Jr., Editor Richard Peterson, 2004. 8½x11", hardbound book, 160 pages, indexed. Livingston was with Brigadier General Stand Waite at the first battle of Cabin Creek.  Additionally, one of Livingston’s units of command was the First Missouri Cavalry Battalion, First Indian Brigade, also known as the “Cherokee Spikes”. From back cover: This is the story of the daring swashbuckler, Major Tom Livingston, of Jasper County, Missouri.  Holding a Confederate commission, he recruited brave men and formed the First Missouri Cavalry Battalion to challenge Union occupation of Missouri.  It details the saga of Livingston, his men, and the plight of Missourians in the midst of a land torn by Civil War and guerrilla warfare.  Livingston, well known and hunted by Union commanders early in the war, nearly had his rightful place in history lost as he met with the untimely death in a raid midway through the war.  The book tells a story that has been waiting for many years to be told.  A subject heretofore mostly unknown, it fills a serious gap in the history of the war in Missouri.  About the Author: John C. Livingston Jr., the great-great-grandson of Tom Livingston, spent ten years compiling the biography.  A graduate of the University of Colorado-Boulder, he lives and works in Colorado. ISBN: 0944619754 AD1004-$31.00

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Missouri Miscellaneous Military Volumes - Volume 1: 1769 Deaths Reported by Missouri Confederate Regiments and Companies, by Kenneth E. WeantMissouri Miscellaneous Military Volumes - Volume 1: 1769 Deaths Reported by Missouri Confederate Regiments and Companies, by Kenneth E. Weant, 1999. 8½x11", softbound book, 86 pages. Reported in the St. Louis Republic January 20, 1895 to April 14, 1895.  AD1071-$24.00

See also Missouri Civil War

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NEW MADRID COUNTY MISSOURI MARRIAGE RECORDS 1899-1924, by Linda L. Green, ©2003. 8½x11", softbound book, 222 pages. R2063-$31.00 | Also available in an electronic collection.

NEW MADRID COUNTY MISSOURI MARRIAGE RECORDS 1899-1924, by Linda L. Green, ©2003. 8½x11", hardbound book, 222 pages. R2063HB-$51.00 | Special order allow 4-8 weeks.

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Family Maps of Oregon County, Missouri, Deluxe Edition, by Gregory A. BoydFamily Maps of Oregon County, Missouri, Deluxe Edition, by Gregory A. Boyd. 334 pages with 92 total maps, 8.5x11", perfect softbound book. Locating original landowners in maps has never been an easy task-until now. This volume in the Family Maps series contains newly created maps of original landowners (patent maps) in what is now Oregon County, Missouri, gleaned from the indexes of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. But it offers much more than that. For each township in the county, there are two additional maps accompanying the patent map: a road map and a map showing waterways, railroads, and both modern and many historical city-centers and cemeteries. Included are indexes to help you locate what you are looking for, whether you know a person's name, a last name, a place-name, or a cemetery. The combination of maps and indexes are designed to aid researchers of American history or genealogy to explore frontier neighborhoods, examine family migrations, locate hard-to-find cemeteries and towns, as well as locate land based on legal descriptions found in old documents or deeds. The patent-maps are essentially plat maps but instead of depicting owners for a particular year, these maps show original landowners, no matter when the transfer from the federal government was completed. Dates of patents typically begin near the time of statehood and run into the early 1900s. ADAR458-$39.00

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New London, Ralls County, Record (Missouri) Volume 1, by Kenneth E. Weant, 2005. 8½x11", softbound book, 170 pages. New Franklin, Ralls County Record - 2,818 Deaths and Chronological Index to Selected Articles, June 29, 1865 to June 30, 1911 - includes 956 Early Marriages Reported. AD2010-$26.00

Ray County, Missouri, Volume 1: 3853 Deaths Reported in and Chronological Index to Selected Articles from Miscellaneous Richmond Papers, by Kenneth E. Weant. 8.5x11", softbound book. Includes 1212 marriages. Dates covered February 18, 1853 to December 27, 1894. AD2266-$29.00

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Randolph County, Missouri Volume 1 Huntsville, by Kenneth E. Weant, 2012. 198 pages, 8.5x11", softbound book. Chronological Index to Selected Articles from Miscellaneous Huntsville Papers, includes 3432 deaths and 1060 marriages reported from November 16, 1854 to December 26, 1889. AD2473-$29.00

MISSOURI Records Collection, by Linda L. Green. Contains all six Missouri titles, hardbound. R2051-$160.00  | Also available in an electronic collection.

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Reporting Live: Articles and Letters from the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair, by Lyndon N. Irwin PH.D., 2008Reporting Live: Articles and Letters from the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair, by Lyndon N. Irwin, PhD, 2008, Click here for Smashwords Edition 2012. 5.5x8.5", 194 pages, ISBN 978-0-944619-87-2,  softbound book, indexed. AD2191-$15.00

Saline County, Missouri - Volume 1 (January 15, 1858 to May 3, 1895), by Kenneth E. Weant, 2011. 8½x11", 234 pages, softbound book. 4026 Deaths Reported in and Chronological index to selected articles from miscellaneous Marshall Newspapers, including 1747 marriages. The Marshall Democrat paper exists from January 1858 to July 1861, while the Saline County Weekly Progress files begin in 1868. Few papers still existed during and just after the war. Age has not been kind to the surviving records. This book is compiled from microfilmed material. While the author acknowledges the possibility of misreading source material, or missing small notices all together, every effort has been made to produce a complete index useful to the genealogical and historical researcher. The newspapers reported not only on events in Saline County, but also picked up many events in adjacent counties and in those counties with (then) current and former ties to Saline County residents. This volume includes information on deaths from 35 of the United States and 55 different Missouri Counties, in addition to three foreign countries. AD2426-$28.00

Saline County, Missouri - Volume 2 (May 4, 1895 to December 26, 1903), by Kenneth E. Weant, 2011. 8½x11", 226 pages, softbound book. 4188 Deaths Reported in and Chronological index to selected articles from Marshall Weekly Democrat News. The Marshall Democrat was one of the most informative newspapers thus far indexed the author has come across in reporting marriages and deaths with other vital statistics for those doing research of Saline County residents, and those who had connection with Saline County. In addition, it contained many articles of historical interest relating to the life of present and former residents as it often contained reprints of marriages and obituaries along with articles about Saline county people - many of which have been indexed in Part 2 of this volume. Many deaths were reported as news stories and have been indexed to aid researchers since they may provide clues found nowhere else. This volume includes information on deaths from 31 of the United States and 39 different Missouri Counties, in addition to three foreign countries. AD2427-$28.00

Saline County, Missouri - Volume 3 (January 2, 1904 to December 31, 1910), by Kenneth E. Weant, 2011. 8½x11", 210 pages, softbound book. 4143 Deaths reported in and chronological index to selected articles from Marshall Weekly Democrat News - includes 941 marriages. The Marshall Democrat was one of the most informative newspapers thus far indexed the author has come across in reporting marriages and deaths with other vital statistics for those doing research of Saline County residents, and those who had connection with Saline County. In addition, it contained many articles of historical interest relating to the life of present and former residents as it often contained reprints of marriages and obituaries along with articles about Saline county people - many of which have been indexed in Part 2 of this volume. Many deaths were reported as news stories and have been indexed to aid researchers since they may provide clues found nowhere else. This volume includes information on deaths from 31 of the United States and 39 different Missouri Counties, in addition to three foreign countries. AD505-$28.00

Saline County, Missouri - Volume 4 (January 7, 1911 to December 30, 1915), by Kenneth E. Weant, 2011. 8½x11", 196 pages, softbound book. 3985 Deaths reported in and chronological index to selected articles from Marshall Weekly Democrat News - includes 683 marriages. The Marshall Democrat was one of the most informative newspapers thus far indexed the author has come across in reporting marriages and deaths with other vital statistics for those doing research of Saline County residents, and those who had connection with Saline County. In addition, it contained many articles of historical interest relating to the life of present and former residents as it often contained reprints of marriages and obituaries along with articles about Saline county people - many of which have been indexed in Part 2 of this volume. Many deaths were reported as news stories and have been indexed to aid researchers since they may provide clues found nowhere else. This volume includes information on deaths from 31 of the United States and 39 different Missouri Counties, in addition to three foreign countries. AD832-$28.00

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The Forgotten Men: Missouri State Guard, transcribed by Carolyn M. Bartels, softbound book, 420 pages, alphabetical listing, other names within listings indexed. AD055-$32.00

MISSOURI 1890 SPECIAL ENUMERATION, Union (Civil War) VETERANS CENSUS, by Linda L. Green, ©1999. 8½x11", softbound book, 132 pages, for Bollinger, Butler, Cape Girardeau, Carter, Dunklin, Iron, Madison, Mississippi, New Madrid, Oregon, Pemiscot, Perry, Reynolds, Ripley, St. Francois, Ste. Genevieve, Scott, Shannon, Stoddard, Washington, and Wayne Counties. R2050-$25.00 | Special order Hardbound add $20.00 and allow 4-8 weeks.

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Wheaton (Missouri) Echoes, by Ralph and Betty Lamberson. 8½x11", laminated softbound book, 534 pages. A written and photo history of the first 100 years of the town of Wheaton, includes 777 photos, maps, and documents.  AD2145-$37.00 Press Release

For other Missouri materials see also Audrain Co., Boone Co., Calloway Co., Dunklin Co., McDonald Co., Montgomery Co., Pike Co., St. Clair Co., Military Records, Loose Index,  "B" and Missouri Electronic Sections

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