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Historic Homes of Kansas City - Thomas Hart Benton House in Roanoke - Architect George Mathews. The Thomas Hart Benton House was built in 1903.
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Historic Homes of Kansas City - Thomas Hart Benton House in Roanoke - Architect George Mathews. The Thomas Hart Benton House was built in 1903. A really nice museum and tour.
c. 1909, Roanoke, Kansas City MO
Walter Cronkite born in St Joseph Missouri 1916.
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Like many American broadcast personalities of the day, Walter Cronkite lent his support to the work of the Radios. Cronkite narrated Towers of Truth, a film about RFE's work commissioned by the National Committee for a Free Europe and shown in conjunction with Crusade for Freedom fund raising efforts. RFE/RL corporate records, Box 115, Folder 15, Hoover Institution Archives.
"Now that I've passed on, I would have to say America's most trusted newscaster today is Jon Stewart." ~ Walter Cronkite
George Washington Carver (January 1864 – January 5, 1943), was an American scientist, botanist, educator, and inventor. The exact day and year of his birth are unknown; he is believed to have been born into slavery in Missouri in January 1864. What this man accomplished in his lifetime was amazing. A real American treasure.
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George Washington Carver (1864-1943) American scientist, botanist, educator, and inventor. He is credited with the invention of peanut butter. However, Carver did not patent peanut butter as he believed food products were all gifts from God.
George Washington Carver (1864– 1943) American scientist, botanist, educator, and inventor.
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Famous Black Scientists: George Washington Carver
13 lesser-known facts about Black History Heroes: George Washington Carver developed a mobile classroom to bring his agricultural teachings directly to farms and the farming community.
George Washington Carver National Monument, Diamond, Missouri
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George Washington Carver National Monument is a unit of the National Park Service located about two miles west of Diamond, Missouri; the national monument was founded on July 14, 1943, by Franklin Delano Roosevelt The park is open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Holiday closures: New Years Day, Thanksgiving & Christmas.
Jesse & Frank James
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Jesse and Frank James Wild West Historic Photos | History’s 10 Most Famous Criminal Duos 4
Rare Photo of Jesse James and his brother Frank James 1863 /// Odd how so many people are now frightened of gangs, yet they seem to have a place of honor among all those who study the Wild West, an era that moved around the whole country with every generation.
Frank and Jesse James - The two brothers carried out their criminal activities in the Wild West during the Civil War. One of their most horrible – arranged massacre in Missouri. They killed over 23 people, most of whom were then scalped and dismembered. After the war, Frank and Jesse began robbing banks, trains, shops in Iowa, Texas, and Alabama.
Brad Pitt a Missouri native playing another MO native, Jesse James.
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Brad Pitt playing Jesse James in the amazing movie "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford." He says it's his favorite roll he has played.
Thomas Hart Benton, "Spring on the Missouri" 1945
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Thomas Hart Benton (1889 – 1975) was an American painter and muralist (Regionalist) .
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Thomas Hart Benton (April 15, 1889 - January 19, 1975)
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Thomas Hart Benton 1889-1975. American artist / born in Neosho, Mo. and died in Kansas City, Mo.
Kansas City, MO, native, artist Thomas Hart Benton
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Thomas Hart Benton, "Kansas City," from Politics, Farming, and the Law, Missouri State Museum (1936)
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Thomas Hart Benton, Kansas City, from Politics, Farming, and the Law, Missouri State Museum (1936)
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Francis Quadrangle. University of Missouri, Columbia, MO. Photograph by Notley Hawkins.
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Founded in 1839, the University of Missouri (Mizzou) is located in Columbia, MO.
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Fire at Academic Hall, 1892. Columns were the only thing to remain and still stand today. (University of Missouri Columbia campus)
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Fire at Academic Hall, 1892. Columns were the only thing to remain and still stand today. University of Missouri Columbia campus)
Fire at Mizzou's Academic Hall in 1892.
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University of Missouri As the first university established west of the Mississippi, "Mizzou" in Columbia (population 100,000) has a distinctly historic feel, with 18 of its buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. The University of Missouri's grounds are also a designated botanic garden, with more than 6,500 trees. The gardens and buildings (including The Residence) around the David R. Francis Quadrangle should not be missed. Free, guided tours last an hour (800/856-2181; ...
University of Missouri, Columbia -- 20 Reasons We Love Missouri | Midwest Living
I love a college campus in the autumn!!!
Mizzou Botanical Garden - Whether you're looking for a scenic place to walk or for gardening education, these public gardens throughout the Midwest will inspire you.
On America's centennial he gave the country a charming young hero: Tom Sawyer. Eight years later he created Huck Finn. Samuel Langhorne Clemens of Hannibal, Missouri, was blessed with a vernacularist's ear and a skeptic's eye, He used both to become a master storyteller.
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... "Las personas son como la Luna. Siempre tienen un lado oscuro que no enseñan a nadie". Mark Twain.
I just love his books
Light House on Cardiff Hill at Hannibal, Missouri.
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Mark Twain Memorial Lighthouse - Hannibal, Missouri.
Light House on Cardiff Hill at Hannibal, Missouri. I believe it's the only inland lighthouse.
Light House on Cardiff Hill at Hannibal, Missouri. This is a very steep climb but laughed whole way up because of the face my niece made
Light House on Cardiff Hill at Hannibal, Missouri. Been there as a kid
Visit the the town that inspired Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn. Find your adventure in Mark Twain`s boyhood home in Hannibal, Missouri by exploring the Cave Complex or take the Riverboat Cruise. www.midwestliving...
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Students could create a biographical based brochure for a tour that would show the link between lit and life. Visit the the town that inspired Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn. Find your adventure in Mark Twain`s boyhood home in Hannibal, Missouri by exploring the Cave Complex or take the Riverboat Cruise. http://www.midwestliving.com/travel/missouri/hannibal/two-day-getaway-hannibal-missouri/
We saw Samuel Clemons walking down the street!!!!
Hannibal, Missouri The community is best known as the boyhood home of author Mark Twain and as the setting of his The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, with numerous historical sites related to Mark Twain and sites depicted in his fiction. Hannibal draws both American and international tourists. MARK TWAIN
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Mark Twain's boyhood Home in Hannibal, MS = St. Petersburg, MS / Get more fun, hands-on ways to make great books MEMORABLE, and MEANINGFUL at http://www.litwitsworkshops.com
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Visit Mark Twain's boyhood home in #historic #Hannibal.
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The Ice Cream Cone On July 23, 1904, Charles E. Minches of St. Louis, Missouri conceived the idea of filling a pastry cone with two scoops of ice cream, thereby inventing the ice cream cone. The walk-away cone made its debut later that year at the St. Louis World's Fair.
On July 23, 1904, according to some accounts, Charles E. Menches conceived the idea of filling a pastry cone with two scoops of ice-cream and thereby invented the ice-cream cone. wem
Charles Lindbergh completed the first solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean on May 21, 1927, landing his Spirit of St. Louis near Paris. (American Commercial Photographers / Missouri History Museum)
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This day in St. Louis: May 20, 1927 - Charles Lindbergh flies from New York to Paris in a nonstop flight that rivets the world's attention to the young pilot's feat. His flight is backed by a group of St. Louis-area businessmen. #stl250
Charles Lindbergh completed the first solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean on May 21, 1927, landing his Spirit of St. Louis near Paris. (American Commercial Photographers, Missouri History Museum) -- a replica of that place (or the actual plane) was on display @ Lambert Field (St. Louis Airport)
St. Charles, Missouri River Christmas Traditions
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Main Street Christmas: Holiday Celebration in St. Charles, Missouri | Midwest Living
Celebrate Christmas in historic St. Charles, Missouri. It's beautiful here any time, but Christmas time is just special. Santa's from around the world are walking around, Charles Dickens characters, La Posadas, lights, etc. etc.
enjoying the holiday season in St. Charles, Missouri, a charming town steeped in history.
Christmas Traditions in St. Charles, Mo. (Midwest Living)
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