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Stephen Aron. American Confluence: The Missouri Frontier from Borderland to Border State. Indiana University Press. 2006. 301pp.

Stuart Banner. Legal Systems in Conflict: Property and Sovereignty in Missouri, 1750-1860. University of Oklahoma Press. 2000. 206pp.

Brian E. Birdnow. Communism, Anti-Communism, and the Federal Courts in Missouri, 1952-1958: The Trial of the St. Louis Five. E. Mellen Press. 2005. 227pp.

Robyn Burnett; Ken Luebbering. German Settlement in Missouri: New Land, Old Ways. University of Missouri Press. 1996. 124pp.

Robyn Burnett; Ken Luebbering. Immigrant Women in the Settlement of Missouri. University of Missouri Press. 2005. 149pp.

Lucien Carr. Missouri: A Bone of Contention. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin. 1888. 377pp.

Lawrence O. Christensen; William E. Foley; Gary R. Kremer; Kenneth H. Winn (editors). Dictionary of Missouri Biography. University of Missouri Press. 1999. 832pp.

David W. Detjen. The Germans in Missouri, 1900-1918: Prohibition, Neutrality, and Assimilation. University of Missouri Press. 1985. 244pp.

William E. Foley. The Genesis of Missouri: From Wilderness Outpost to Statehood. University of Missouri Press. 1989. 367pp.

Richard J. Hardy; Richard R. Dohm; David A. Leuthold (editors). Missouri Government and Politics. University of Missouri Press. 1995. 416pp.

Carl Albert McCandless. Government, Politics and Administration in Missouri. Educational Publishers. 1949. 310pp.

John McElroy. The Struggle for Missouri. The National Tribune Co.. 1909. 340pp. Civil War in Missouri.

Edwin C. McReynolds. Missouri: A History of the Crossroads State. University of Oklahoma Press. 1962. 483pp.

Franklin D. Mitchell. Embattled Democracy: Missouri Democratic Politics, 1919-1932. University of Missouri Press. 1968. 219pp.

William Monks. A History of Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas: Being an Account of the Early Settlements, the Civil War, the Ku-Klux, and Times of Peace. West Plains Journal Co.. 1907. 247pp.

Bruce Nichols. Guerrilla Warfare in Civil War Missouri, 1862. McFarland. 2004. 256pp.

Rose M. Nolen. Hoecakes, Hambone, and All that Jazz: African American Traditions in Missouri. University of Missouri Press. 2003. 147pp.

Michael J. O'Brien; W. Raymond Wood. The Prehistory of Missouri. University of Missouri Press. 1998. 417pp.

William Earl Parrish. Turbulent Partnership: Missouri and the Union, 1861-1865. University of Missouri Press. 1963. 242pp.

William Earl Parrish. Missouri Under Radical Rule, 1865-1870. University of Missouri Press. 1965. 385pp.

Claude A. Phillips. A History of Education in Missouri: The Essential Facts Concerning the History and Organization of Missouri's Schools. Jefferson City, MO: Hugh Stephens Printing Company. 1911. 292pp.

Robert L. Ramsay. Our Storehouse of Missouri Place Names. University of Missouri Press. 1973. 160pp.

Thomas M. Spencer (editor). The Other Missouri History: Populists, Prostitutes, and Regular Folk. University of Missouri Press. 2005. 241pp.

David Paul Thelen. Paths of Resistance: Tradition and Dignity in Industrializing Missouri. Oxford University Press. 1986. 321pp.

A. G. Unklesbay; Jerry D. Vineyard. Missouri Geology: Three Billion Years of Volcanoes, Seas, Sediments, and Erosion. University of Missouri Press. 1992. 189pp.

LeeAnn Whites; Mary Neth; Gary R. Kremer (editors). Women in Missouri History: In Search of Power and Influence. University of Missouri Press. 2004. 275pp.

Kristie C. Wolferman. The Osage in Missouri. University of Missouri Press. 1997. 119pp.

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