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My goal in this series has been to show the connection between John, his first wife Dorothy Bowlby Lanning...

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Submitted by Greg Newlin Join us for an interesting evening when Northeast Kansas natives Bill Speer and Bill Gilliland...

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The idea of establishing a cooperative creamery in Nemaha County was conceived and developed in the mid 1920s by...

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The Whitman Mission Route Lost Diary Entries series continues in September 1836. Thursday, September 1, 1836 You can better...

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In Part XVII, we continue with soldiers who served whose surnames begin with the letter “S.” S Alexander Schraulis,...

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Submitted by Greg Newlin Join us for another thought provoking evening when Steve Gingery of Wathena returns to present...

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Council Bluffs, Omaha, Plattsmouth, Nebraska City and St. Joseph were the closest to the northern route following the Platte...

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Deoxyribonucleic acid, or DNA, is a molecule that carries the genetic instructions used in the growth, development, functioning and...

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The continuation of August 29, 1836 We had no sooner gained the foot of this mountain than another more...

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In Part XXVI, we continue with soldiers who served whose surnames begin with the letter “R.” James R. Roop,...

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The adverse effects that the Panic of 1857 had on all Americans, as well as Europeans had been deeply...

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The daughter of Jonathan and Mollie Miller Bowlby — Dorothy Bowlby Lanning — died March 19, 1896, of paralysis....

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Most often missed in the history books we all have read is the story of sextant and undertaker of...

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The Whitman Mission Route Lost Diary Entries series continues in August 1836. Saturday, August 27, 1836 Came in sight...

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In Part XXV, we continue with soldiers who served whose surnames begin with the letter “R.” R Pvt. W....

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