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Cheyenne and Sioux Indian relations along the Oregon Trail
(University of Missouri, 1941)
at the volume of migration through their territory. This alarm was due to the continual destruction of the game, grass and timber; and the widespread epidemics of measles, smallpox and cholera. Many small fights occurred; yet there was no general movement...
The place names of four river counties in eastern Missouri
(University of Missouri, 1943)
"...In 1928 the study of Missouri place-names was started at the University of Missouri. Graduate English students interested in the history and linguistics of the names in their own state have chosen to write theses covering from some two to seven...
Place names of five southeast counties of Missouri
(University of Missouri, 1944)
...This sixteenth study, a continuation of the project, covers one of the most interesting sections of the state. The district of the Sainte Genevieve was one of the political divisions in what is now Missouri during the French and Spanish...