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If walls could talk : the story of Missouri's first families

Author: Jean Carnahan
Publisher: Jefferson City, Mo. : MMPI, 1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Story of Missouri's first families. MMPI, L.L.C.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jean Carnahan
ISBN: 0966899202 9780966899207
OCLC Number: 40508927
Description: xviii, 430 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 29 cm
Contents: The first families of the mansion (1871-1998) --
Champion of freedom: B. Gratz Brown (1871-1873) --
Greatness and grandeur: Silas Woodson (1873-1875) --
Rare devotion: Charles Hardin (1875-1877) --
The old soldier and the new woman: John Phelps (1877-1881) --
Promises to keep: Thomas Crittenden (1881-1885) --
Duty and honor above all: John Marmaduke (1885-1887) --
Changing times: Albert Morehouse (1887-1889) --
Nothing impossible: David Francis (1889-1893) --
The burden of conscience: William Stone (1893-1897) --
The governor and the queen of Missouri: Lon Stephens (1897-1901) --
The best of times, the worst of times: Alexander Dockery (1901-1905) --
The fires of reform: Joseph Folk (1905-1909) --
A breath of fresh air: Herbert Hadley (1909-1913) --
Good road days: Elliott Major (1913-1917) --
A dream come true: Frederick Gardner (1917-1921) --
The comeback couple: Arthur Hyde (1921-1925) --
Peace and prosperity: Samuel Baker (1925-1929) --
From sunny skies to stormy clouds: Henry Caulfield (1929-1933) --
Happy days are here again!: Guy Park (1933-1937) --
The apple man: Lloyd Stark (1937-1941) --
No ordinary time: Forrest Donnell (1941-1945) --
A call to double duty: Phil Donnelly (1945-1949) (1953-1957) --
The glorified jail: Forrest Smith (1949-1953) --
The steep climb to high places: James Blair (1957-1961) --
More tranquil pastures: John Dalton (1961-1965) --
The dynamic duo: Warren Hearnes (1965-1973) --
Camelot revisited: Christopher Bond (1973-1977) (1981-1985) --
Walkin' Joe, in step with Missouri: Joseph Teasdale (1977-1981) --
Reaching for the stars: John Ashcroft (1985-1993) --
Families first, a call to the new century: Mel Carnahan (1993-present) --
A look back (1803-1871) --
The first families of the frontier and the capital city --
Time line of Missouri governors.
Responsibility: by Jean Carnahan.

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Story of Missouri's first families. MMPI, L.L.C.

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