From their website:
Welcome to the Missouri Digital Heritage Initiative website. Missouri’s cultural heritage is unique and diverse, with many of the state’s crucial historical events playing key roles in the history of the nation.
Through the Missouri Digital Heritage Initiative, the Missouri State Archives and the Missouri State Library, in partnership with the State Historical Society of Missouri, are assisting institutions across the state in digitizing their records and placing them online for easy access. We invite you to explore our website and to join with us in celebrating our collective past.
What kind of subjects are covered?
Agriculture: Records about farming, ranching, cultivating crops and raising livestock
Archives and Manuscripts Collection Guides: Resources, such as finding aids, guides and indexes, that provide descriptions of specific groups of Missouri records
Art, Architecture, Literature, Music, and Theater: Documents related to artists, composers, musicians, authors, playwrights, architects and their works
Books, Pamphlets, and Monographs: Books and diaries related to Missouri
Business, Commerce, Industry, and Manufacturing: Collections that demonstrate the diversity of Missouri’s economic activities
County and Municipal Records: Records created by and related to local governments
Cultures and Communities: Documents regarding Native Americans, African Americans, immigrant groups and urban and rural neighborhoods
Exploration and Settlement: Documents referring to French and Spanish settlers, fur traders, native tribes, explorers, land speculators, miners and other early residents
Family and Faith: Genealogical resources that include birth, marriage, death, church and cemetery records and family papers
Government and Political Records: Territorial, state and federal records from the executive, legislative and judicial branches of government
Maps: Topographic, highway, railroad, insurance, demographic and historical maps
Medicine, Science, Technology, and Nature: Collections that reflect the variety of Missouri's scientific pursuits
Military Records and Resources: Military records of Missourians who served in domestic and foreign wars
Newspapers: Missouri Newspapers
Photographs and Images: Original photographs, postcards, drawings, posters, engravings, paintings and political cartoons
Sports and Recreation: Records on athletes, athletic events, hunting, fishing, tourism and tourist attractions
Transportation: Documents concerning automobiles, aviation, railroads, river traffic, bridges and highways
Women: Collections that focus on the lives and activities of women in Missouri
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