Sunday, August 14, 2011


Here is the table of contents for the first issue of the MoSGA Journal 2011 (published June 2011):

The Birds of Northwest Missouri: Revs. Jacob and Jesse Bird by Catherine Bird Rudnick
Old News – Milan submitted by Juanita Hall
Philatelic Genealogy: Writing Home to Missouri in World War I by James R. “Jim” Miller
The Battle of Wilson’s Creek, 10 August 1861 by Tom Pearson
Some Confederate Dead; Co. K, 2nd Infantry submitted by Juanita Hall
Higbee (Mo) News Extracts, 1904 (part 1 of 4) transcribed by Kathy Bowlin
The Gateway City Goes to War, 1941-1945: a Selected, Annotated Bibliography of St. Louis Imprints in the Collection of St. Louis Public Library by Tom Pearson
Monroe County, Missouri Old Settlers Association (1885) transcribed by Robert W. Taylor
J.P. Dumont Dead (1923) transcribed by Kathy Bowlin
Willie Coulter Death (1930) submitted by Maggie Osborn and transcribed by Janice Schultz
Slave Ancestors: a Guide to the North American Slave Trade for Genealogists by Tom Pearson
A Visit to Danville submitted submitted by Kenneth E. Weant
Private Relief Act for Frances A. Robinson as Found in the U.S. Serial Set by Janice Schultz
Who Was the First Settler in What is Now Randolph County? Transcribed by Kathy Bowlin
John Coats a Daring Soldier submitted by Kenneth E. Weant
Applications for MoSGA’s Missouri First Families Certificates: John Nichols Seely, Missouri Territorial Resident Honored by Descendants by Jane Honse, Pauline G. Wagner, Janice Branson, and Sharlene K. Miller, CG
In Memoriam – Paul C. Nagel by Janice Schultz
In Memoriam – Buddy Samuels by Martha Henderson

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