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Life Of George R. Smith, Founder Of Sedalia, Mo.

by Samuel Bannister Harding

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Non-Classifiable,
  • Novelty

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages416
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11924422M
    ISBN 101430444606
    ISBN 109781430444602

    BABLER, Jacob L., first vice president International Life Insurance Co.; born, Monroe, Wis., May 3, ; son of Henry J. and Saloma (Luchsinger) Babler; educated in public schools of El Dorado Springs, Mo., and Law Department, Washington University; in life insurance business, ; was appointed manager New York Life office at New Haven, Conn., ; . Book/Printed Material Sedalia, Mo., July 1st, Dear Sir: Having been appointed to read an Essay on Anaesthesia and anaesthetics at the next session of the Mo. Med. Ass'n meeting in April, And having a desire to make said essay as complete as possible.

    Life of George R. Smith, founder of Sedalia, Mo., in its relations to the political, economic, and social life of southwestern Missouri, before and during the Civil War. Author Harding, Samuel Bannister, Published JOHN M. ELLIS John M. Ellis, one of the early settlers on Elk river, in Routt county, and one of the most active, progressive and prominent promoters of that highly favored section of the state, became a resident of Colorado when he was but two years old, coming hither from Pettis county, Missouri, where he was born on Aug , with his parents in among the early .

      George R. Smith, legislator, railroad promoter, founded Sedalia, , when Georgetown, the county seat, refused land to the Pacific Railroad (Mo. Pac.). The railroad was routed through Pettis County when, under Smith's leadership, some $, in Pacific R.R. bonds were raised to defeat other competing counties. George R. Smith College: Description: A school for colored people, located in Sedalia; opened for students Janu It was organized in , and was a gift of Mrs. M.E. Smith and Mrs. S.E. Cotton, daughters of General George R. Smith, for whom see under Smithton, below. (Enc. History of Missouri () 42; Scruton () 5, 6; H: HIST.


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Sedalia, Missouri is a city located about 30 miles (48 km) south of the Missouri River in Pettis County. As of the census, the city had a total population of 21, As the county seat of Pettis County, it is the principal city of the Sedalia Micropolitan Statistical Area, which consists of Pettis County.

Sedalia is also the location of the Missouri State Fair and the Scott Joplin • Summer (DST): CDT (UTC-5). Harding, Samuel B., Life of George R. Smith, Founder of Sedalia, Mo. Sedalia, Missouri: Privately printed, Small, Albion W., The original piano-vocal music book published by Scott Joplin in.

Freaks ( film) (5, words) exact match in snippet view article Unusual Motion Picture Ever Produced For Screen". The land was donated by Mesdames Smith and Cotton, daughters of George R. Smith, founder of Sedalia. The college was named in honor of George R.

Smith. During the years of the existence of the college over 2, students received degrees.(Scotton,p)Country: United States. The land was donated by Mesdames Smith and Cotton, daughters of George R. Smith, founder of Sedalia. The college was named in honor of George R. Smith. During the years of the existence of the college over 2, students received degrees.(Scotton,p).

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jun-ior professor of history in Indiana University. Sedalia, Mo., Privately printed, [The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis], Life of George R. Smith, founder of Sedalia, Mo., in its relations to the political, economic, and social life of Southwestern Missouri, before and during the Civil War, by Samuel Bannister Harding, Ph.D.

junior professor of history in Indiana University Hickman, William A. In his book Brunson Campbell: The Original Ragtime Kid (McFarland and Company: ) Larry Karp details the life of one of Scott Joplin’s first white students.

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At the top of the second column of the catalog page, slightly above Joplin's name, we find the Jackson sisters, Minniola and Violetta, daughters of a business woman selling Mrs.

Jackson's Magic Hair Elixir and of a local minister.The following is a list of people who were born in, have lived in, or are otherwise associated with American city of Sedalia, Missouri; they are known as Sedalians.

In addition to what follows, a list of more than fifty Sedalia "Old Timers", who had met at the Sedalia Courthouse on the previous evening, was published in the Decemissue of the Sedalia Bazoo; the list .Mar 2, - Explore johnnail50's board "Sedalia, MO" on Pinterest.

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