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Robert Washington Donnell, one of the first settlers of the Platte Purchase, was instrumental in organizing the Bank of the State of Missouri and securing St. Joseph's position as the eastern terminus of the Pony Express.
Designed by Joseph H. Bennett.Constructed by Isaac Ballinger.Walter Cronkite's father hadhis dentistry office here.
In honor ofthose who answeredtheir country's callduringThe Great World War1917 - 1918
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On April 1, 1846, Simeon Kemper obtained a United States government patent for one hundred sixty acres at $1.25 per acre. Four years later, Kemper took two partners, Israel Landis and Reuben Middleton, who paid him almost $200 per acre for their s…
Outlaw Jesse James was shot and killed in this house April 3, 1882. It was then at 1318 Lafayette on the hill above Patee House. It was moved here in 1977.
[Numerous memorials tofallen officers, including] Joseph H. KillionPatrolman - SJPDCrushed By A Train In TheLine of DutyDied June 14, 1917 Greater Love Hath No Man Than This,That a Man Lay Down His Life For His Friends
Fire Support Specialist71st Calvary [sic] Regiment3rd Brigade Combat Team10th Mountain DivisionOperation Enduring Freedom in AfghanistanThe Littlest Soldier with the Biggest Heart Greater love hath no [man] than this,that he lay down his life f…
Killed in ActionOperation Iraqi FreedomUnited States Army1st Battalion, 502nd Infantry Regiment,2nd Brigade, 101 Airborne Div."Freedom Isn't Free" Dedicated to the Memory of Our Fallen Hero
Killed in ActionOperation Iraqi FreedomUnited States Army3rd Battalion,69th Armor Regiment,3rd Infantry Division,Fort Stewart, Ga"I made the ultimate sacrifice for you"