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  • The vitamin C content of Bloomsdale spinach as affected by home canning and home cooking 

    Johnson, Dorothy Mae (University of Missouri, 1930)
    "The subject of vitamins has assumed in the past years great prominence. The role which they play in nutrition is today generally recognized. Much of scientific and practical value has been learned regarding them although ...
  • Place names of five west central counties of Missouri 

    Atchison, Anne (1937)
    "This is a record of the origins of the place-names of five counties of Missouri --Platte, Clay, Ray, Jackson, and Lafayette -- as revealed by documentary and personal investigation; and a classification of these origins ...
  • Place names of six south central counties of Missouri 

    Weber, Frank (1938)
    "The six counties covered in this study, Osage, Gasconade, Miller, Maries, Phelps, and Pulaski, lie south of the Missouri River and east of Jefferson City. They are drained and joined by the great Osage River and its ...
  • Place names in the southwest counties of Missouri 

    Myers, Robert Lee (University of Missouri, 1930)
    "This thesis is a record of a careful research into the origin of the place-names in eight of the counties in the southwest part of Missouri. These counties are Barton, Cedar, Dade, Greene, Jasper, Lawrence, Newton, and ...
  • Place names of six southeast counties of Missouri 

    Hamlett, Mayme Lucille, 1906-2000 (University of Missouri, 1938)
    "This study is one of a series undertaken to solve the problem of the origin of place-names in the one hundred and fourteen counties of Missouri and the city of St. Louis. This investigation was begun in 1928, and eight ...
  • Place names in the north central counties of Missouri 

    Adams, Orvyl Guy (University of Missouri, 1928)
    This thesis is an attempt to study and determine the origin of the names of the counties, towns, streams, townships, and country schools of the North Central Counties of Missouri. These counties include Adair, Carroll, ...
  • Place names in the southwest border counties of Missouri 

    Bell, Margaret Ellen (University of Missouri, 1933)
    If, by chance, all the written evidence of the history of a region, the character of its people, its economic structure, and its physical qualities were swept away, the story of that region could be reconstructed with an ...
  • Interpreters of Chicago : a study in American regionalism 

    Conan, Dorothy Hazel (University of Missouri, 1932)
    The second discovery of America came when the writers discovered the interesting elements in the varied communities which made each of them unique. A like discovery had been made in England years before by George Eliot, ...
  • Proposed adjustments in the tenancy system of Missouri 

    Dickerson, John Haworth (University of Missouri, 1937)
    The objective of this study are to present a brief survey of some of the outstanding Indian Trails of the State, an abbreviated account of the dvelopment of the important traces of the French and Spanish regimes, and a ...
  • Early roads in Missouri 

    Wood, Martha May (University of Missouri, 1936)
    "The objectives of this study are to present a brief survey of some of the outstanding Indian trails of the State, an abbreviated account of the development of the important traces of the French and Spanish regimes, and a ...
  • The reaction of metallic hydroxides on secondary butyl bromide 

    Johler, Walter William (University of Missouri, 1933)
    The alkyl halides are among the most important of the synthetic reagents of organic chemistry, due to the ease with which they enter into chemical reaction with many other substances. The chemical properties of this group ...
  • Place names in six of the west central counties of Missouri 

    Johnson, Bernice Eugenia (University of Missouri, 1933)
    Statement of the problem: This thesis is the record of careful research into the origin of the place-names of western counties of Missouri. Six counties, Vernon, Bates, Cass, St. Clair, Henry, and Johnson have been studied, ...