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"Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away." - Annoymous -

HISTORY

These pages are devoted to the history of the Ozarks in Southwest Missouri and Northwest Arkansas as well as other locations in the US and world as they relate to the family trees posted on this web site. The histories will include towns, counties, states, wars, pioneers, and major events among other things.

Some of the pages are transcribed from the publication in my possession. Most of the pages will be scanned images of the publications in the .jpg format. To save an image to your computer right click on the image and choose "save picture as".

The BATTLE OF LEXINGTON
September 18, 19,20, 1861
by John A. Gueguen, Jr.
Transcribed from LEXINGTON MISSOURI: 1822-1872;
OFFICIAL COMMEMORATIVE BOOK

The CIVIL GOVERNMENT of the
UNITED STATES and the STATE of MISSOURI
And The HISTORY of MISSOURI

From The Earliesst Times To The Present
by Perry S. Rader
E.W. Stephens Publisher, 1898
This is a public school book.

The History of
FREEDOM TOWNSHIP
by Hon. Wm. Young
Transcribed from: Young's History of Lafayette County, Missouri
Illustrated, Volume 1, Copyright 1910
B.F. Bowen & Company, Indianapolis, Indiana

The Story of Mulligan's Sword
by Paul Russell
Transcribed from LEXINGTON MISSOURI: 1822-1872;
OFFICIAL COMMEMORATIVE BOOK

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