3 edition of History of Cooper County, Missouri found in the catalog.
History of Cooper County, Missouri
William Foreman Johnson
by Heritage Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||382|
Cooper County, organized in , was named after Sarshall and Benjamin Cooper. Boonville, the County Seat, is the largest community in Cooper County. Other communities in the county include Blackwater, Otterville, Pilot Grove, Prairie Home, Bunceton, Village of Windsor, Wooldridge, Clifton City, Speed, Pisgah, and Lamine. Melton's history of Cooper county, Missouri;: An account from early times to the present, written in narrative style, for general use [Melton, Elston Joseph] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Melton's history of Cooper county, Missouri;: An account from early times to Author: Elston Joseph Melton.
Cooper Co. "History of Cooper County, Missouri." E. J. Melton, E.W. Stephens Publishing Company, An account from early times to the present () of the History of Cooper County, Missouri. TLF. Greene Co. "A Brief History of the First Baptist Church of Springfield Missouri; ". Melton's history of Cooper county, Missouri an account from early times to the present, written in narrative style, for general use by Melton, Elston Joseph. 2 Want to read; Published by Press of the E. W. Stephens publishing company in Columbia, :
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Johnson, William Foreman, History of Cooper County, Missouri. Topeka: Historical Pub. Co., Cooper County, Missouri. Cemetery Index. IOOF Cemetery - Otterville. Walnut Grove - Booneville Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cemetery Records-Otterville.
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A History of Cooper County, Missouri: From the First Visit by White Men, in February,to the Fifth Day of July, Genealogy & local history Western Americana, frontier history of the trans-Mississippi West, Authors: Henry C.
Levens, Nathaniel M. Drake: Publisher: Perrin & Smith, steam book and job printers, Original from. History of Cooper County, Missouri with pages including over family biographies plus 29 Cooper County communities on 5 historical maps plus plat map book. Includes history and genealogy for the cities of Bellair, Billingsville, Blackwater, Boonville, Bunceton, Clarks Fork, Clifton City, Gooch Mill, Harriston, Lamine, New Lebanon, New Palestine, Otterville, Overton, Pilotgrove.
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Publication date Topics genealogy English Volume 1. 16 Notes. book is a photocopy with copy lines, faint copy of pictures, book ends in mid sentence on page number Addeddate Digitized in by the University of Missouri, Library Systems Office.
Original held by the University of Missouri--Columbia, MU Libraries. Subjects. Real property. Landowners. Geographic Areas. Missouri -- Cooper County. Extent. 1 atlas (20 unnumbered leaves): maps (1 folded). Plat Books of Missouri (Collection) Primary tabs. View (active tab); Description.
Find books by county This is a collection of Missouri County plat books published by W.W. Hixson & Co. LeGear. Atlases of the United States, Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
Includes index, advertisements, brief history of Cooper County, and brief biographies and portraits of early Cooper County residents. Annotations in blue ink on some maps. LC copy imperfect: Front board and back board separated from binding.
Race relations in Cooper County, Missouri, a report / Includes bibliographical references. A digital reproduction made from a copy held by the Thurgood Marshall Law Library, University of Maryland, is available from the University of Maryland Web site.
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edition, in English. Speed is an unincorporated community in Palestine Township, Cooper County, Missouri, United States. Geography. Speed is located along Missouri Route F on the west bank of Stevens Branch of Petite Saline Creek, four miles north of Bunceton.
Boonville is nine miles to the north-northeast. The community of Bellair is two miles to the west on Missouri Route 5. County: Cooper County. History of New Lebanon Cooper County Missouri VI THE NEW LEBANON CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ( - ) Record Book No.
2 of the New Lebanon Cumberland Presbyterian Church begins at this point. This record book is of a larger size (" x 11") and is far more complete than the preceding record Size: 1MB.
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Foreman Johnson Limited preview - A history of Cooper County, Missouri, from the first visit by white men in February,to the fi [Levens, Henry C., Drake, Nathaniel M.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A history of Cooper County, Missouri, from the first visit by white men in February,to the fiAuthor: Henry C.
Levens, Nathaniel M. Drake. History of New Lebanon Cooper County Missouri VII Beginning in June a new book of records was begun by the Church Clerk which is here labeled Record Book No.
J The Session of New Lebanon Congregation met pursuant to adjournment with Reverend. Limited Edition Reprint.
Early days in Miller County, Missouri, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this NEW page booklet, reprinted from the rare book: History of Cole, Moniteau, Morgan, Benton, Miller, Maries and Osage Counties, Missouri and Missouri, a Guide to the "Show Me" State, a s WPA project.– Old Cooper County Jail and Hanging Barn.
is the longest used jail, fromand is open for tours. It was the location of the last public hanging in Missouri in Get this from a library!
History of New Lebanon, Cooper County, Missouri. [Eugene Allen Cordry].