Twenty towns: their histories, town plans, and architecture
"This book reports on the statewide project Town Puzzles: Putting the Pieces Together, which originated in the Department of Community Development and was conducted in 1983-1984 through the University of Missouri-Columbia Extension Division. In each of the participating twenty towns local 4-H clubs sponsored the six-session short-course. The Youth Projects program of the National Endowment for the Humanities funded the activity. Marian M. Ohman planned the project and served as director. The Town Puzzles project won the national 1985 ACT-NUCEA Innovative Award in Continuing Education. The American College Testing program and the National University Continuing Education Association collaborate in making this annual award. It is the highest honor awarded an instructional program in continuing education"--Page iii.
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The content of Twenty Towns focuses on town histories, plans and architecture of: Caruthersville, Center, Gallatin, Hannibal, Harrisonville, Independence, Jefferson City, Kirksville, Lexington, Liberty, Nevada, New Madrid, Potosi, Reeds Spring, Rolla, Saint Joseph, Savannah, Union, Waynesville, West Plains.