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Caves of Missouri

Creator: J. Harlen Bretz | Caves - 2012-11-01

This book is an excellent resource for anyone interested in Missouri's natural and cultural history.

Publisher: J. Missouri

About this book
In this reprint of a classic piece of cave literature, the famed geologist, J Harlen Bretz, gives a detailed account of the formation and history of Missouri caves. Caves of Missouri contains over 450 surveyed caves, with in-depth geological and cultural histories, and 168 illustrations, including cross sections, maps, and photographs. This book is an excellent resource for anyone interested in Missouri's natural and cultural history.



168 pages

Immigrant Women in the Settlement of Missouri

Creator: Robyn Burnett, Ken Luebbering | History - 2005-06-08

Drawing heavily on the women’s own stories, Immigrant Women in the Settlement of Missouri illustrates common elements of their lives without minimizing the diversity and complexity of each individual’s experience.

Publisher: University of Missouri Press



382 pages

Gazetteer of the State of Missouri, With a Map of the State...To which is Added an Appendix, Containing Frontier Sketches, and Illustrations of Indan Character. With a Frontispiece, Engraved on Steel

Missouri - 1837


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Missouri (see pronunciations) is a state located in the Midwestern United States. It is the 21st most extensive, and the 18th most populous of the fifty states

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  • Sterling

    Weird Missouri: Your Travel Guide to Missouri's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets

    Book (Sterling)

    Rating (28 reviews):
    (4.6/5)
    Sterling

    FUN for kids and adults

    I purchased this as a gift for my fourth-grade nephew, who was taking Missouri history in school. When I received it, I was so impressed -- beautiful photographs & illustrations, fun stores -- that I ordered another for a friend who recently moved to Missouri from California. The book was a big hit! My nephew's older brother informed me that he had checked this out of his school library several times and thought it was one of the coolest books ever.This book is ideal for a kid of ten or eleven, but it is written at a level that would appeal to adults, as well. I grew up in Missouri and didn't know half of the stuff in this book. Not all of the anecdotes are particularly sophisticated and it might be a bit fluffy for a real Missouri history buff, but there are plenty of great anecdotes, colorful photographs and illustrations. it contains the kind of stories that will really stick with kids over the years -- ghosts, dogs, etc. Along with the content, the presentation... 5/5 Carol C. (Kansas City, MO USA) - See all my reviews, January 2, 2010

    Fabulous

    5/5 R. Landsiedel - See all my reviews, July 31, 2009

    Who knew?

    5/5 Sheila M. Cage (Blue Springs, MO) - See all my reviews, September 25, 2010
    List Price: $19.95


  • Panama

    Best Of Missouri

    Music (Panama)

    Rating (22 reviews):
    (4.7/5)
    Panama

    An excellent 70's southern rock band! You can't go wrong !

    4/5 Kim Mandigo (mandigo@net-link.net) (USA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Best of Missouri (Audio CD) I first listened to this band in the mid to late 70's and really enjoyed it. They sound similiar to many of the southern rock bands of the 70's. I owned the first album (which is long gone now) but this "Best of" is an excellent CD. It is missing a few tracks from the first album but is nevertheless great! You can't go wrong with this one if you enjoy southern rock. Has a strong Johnny VanZant influence to it. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 25, 1999

    Great Rock & Roll From The Mid-Central United States

    5/5 The Footpath Cowboy (Kingston, NY United States) - See all my reviews, August 14, 2004

    Strohslite

    4/5 Gregory L. Williams (Broomfield, Colorado United States) - See all my reviews, September 22, 2003
    List Price: $11.98


  • Totally Bamboo

    Totally Bamboo Cutting and Serving Board, Missouri State

    Kitchen (Totally Bamboo)

    Rating (455 reviews):
    (4.8/5)
    Totally Bamboo

    but otherwise they are both great. I am from Texas and my husband is ...

    5/5 HollyWK - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Totally Bamboo Cutting and Serving Board, Alaska State (Kitchen) I ordered two cutting boards - one Texas and one Alaska. The Alaska board is missing South East Alaska, but otherwise they are both great. I am from Texas and my husband is from Alaska so I hung them up in our kitchen together. He says there is a problem with the sizing. I have included a picture of what they look like and another of what he says they should look lie., August 9, 2015

    Bamboo Cutting Board Massachusetts State

    5/5 lcarr - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Totally Bamboo Cutting and Serving Board, Massachusetts State (Kitchen) I purchased this for a gift for a dignitary from Iceland. I thought it would be easy to slip into their luggage going back. This quality of this board far exceeded my expectations. It was beautifully made and more sturdy that I had thought it would be. I was concerned that the "cape cod" part might break off but I am sure that even under rigorous use this would not be an issue. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 13, 2014

    Fun shape for quality board!

    5/5 LoLo - See all my reviews This review is from: Totally Bamboo Cutting and Serving Board, North Carolina State (Kitchen) I have a few standard boards from this company and I love them. Great quality and they last forever (you shold oil them occasionally though). I love the State shapes! I ordered California and was surprised at the size and functionality. I had planned on just giving it as a gift to be put out as decoration but you can do fun things with it. I got creative and put the board together with wine, cheese and nuts and brought it as a host gift. It was a total hit! She used it to serve the cheese and other appetizers The board itself look and feels really expensive and the shape is so fun. I would love to get more for Christmas gifts (mom, don't look) but Amazon seems to be out of stock on a lot of states. I think it would be really fun to create a theme gift basket around the State. Absolutely recommend. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 8, 2013
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    Wash by hand with warm water; occasionally use Totally Bamboo's revitalizing oil to extend life and beauty of board
    Can be used as a cutting or bar board, cheese tray or simply a conversation piece; to hang on wall use rustic hanging loop
    State cutting boards are ideal for both indoor and outdoor entertaining; boards make a great gift for anyone loyal to their homeland
    Board made of Moso Bamboo, harvested at the optimum age of 5 years
    Missouri shaped bamboo cutting and serving board, measures 13.5 x 11.75-inch


  • L King Int.

    Missouri State Flag 3x5 3 x 5 Brand NEW MO US Polyester

    Lawn & Patio (L King Int.)

    Rating (17 reviews):
    (3.9/5)
    L King Int.

    Very Disappointed!

    1/5 Darrick - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Missouri State Flag 3x5 3 x 5 Brand NEW MO US Polyester I did not expect the quality of flag that flies over the capital or even one that is weather resent, but I did expect to receive a flag that possessed some detail to the images that are upon it. The bears are brown pieces of cloth that look like they were cut out with a cookie cutter and then sew on the other colored materials. No detail to the bears or anything else. One cheap piece of cloth. Don't waist your money. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 21, 2010

    The bears look like two brown blob creatures

    1/5 Amazon Customer - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Missouri State Flag 3x5 3 x 5 Brand NEW MO US Polyester Piece of sh!t is a disgrace to the state flag. The bears look like two brown blob creatures. the middle of the shield is no good either. Invest in a quality flag., November 5, 2015

    Cheap polyester flag

    4/5 fuel98rider - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Missouri State Flag 3x5 3 x 5 Brand NEW MO US Polyester Not much to say about the flag. It is a cheap (price wise) polyester flag that serves its purpose in our school cafeteria. The color is vibrant and the size is a true 3' x 5'. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 11, 2014
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    Double Stitched Edges
    Brass Grommets
    Mint condition In see through packaging
    Ships within 24 hours
    Quality Polyester


  • Sleeping Bear Press

    S is for Show Me: A Missouri Alphabet (Discover America State by State)

    Book (Sleeping Bear Press)

    Rating (12 reviews):
    (4.7/5)
    Sleeping Bear Press

    Fantastic Book On Missouri For Both Kids And Adults!

    This book is GREAT! As a school teacher, I'm delighted to have this book in my classroom. As a parent, I'm delighted to have it at home. It's an alphabet book, a poetry book, a textbook, and an art book all in one! Though I have lived in Missouri all my life, I sure learned some new things by reading S is for Show Me. I learned about the Kimmswick Bone Beds where mastodons used to live. I learned that nearly all corncob pipes in the world are made in Washington, MO! I learned about caves, springs, animals, ice cream cones, the Pony Express, the Civil War and so much more. This book should be read over and over because there is so much information that it just can't be absorbed in the initial reading. The illustrations are beautiful. Many of the paintings contain hidden details that my kids love to search for. The poems are fun to read aloud to young children and give them just enough information to spark their curiosity. But each page also has a sidebar of text that provides more... 5/5 Elaine Russell (St. Louis, Missouri) - See all my reviews This review is from: S is for Show Me: A Missouri Alphabet (Discover America State by State) (Hardcover) This book is GREAT! As a school teacher, I'm delighted to have this book in my classroom. As a parent, I'm delighted to have it at home. It's an alphabet book, a poetry book, a textbook, and an art book all in one! Though I have lived in Missouri all my life, I sure learned some new things by reading S is for Show Me. I learned about the Kimmswick Bone Beds where mastodons used to live. I learned that nearly all corncob pipes in the world are made in Washington, MO! I learned about caves, springs, animals, ice cream cones, the Pony Express, the Civil War and so much more. This book should be read over and over because there is so much information that it just can't be absorbed in the initial reading. The illustrations are beautiful. Many of the paintings contain hidden details that my kids love to search for. The poems are fun to read aloud to young children and give them just enough information to spark their curiosity. But each page also has a sidebar of text that provides more... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 26, 2001

    Retired children's librarian LOVES this book!

    5/5 Elaine Russell (St. Louis, Missouri) - See all my reviews This review is from: S is for Show Me: A Missouri Alphabet (Discover America State by State) (Hardcover) S is for Show Me fulfills a need of which librarians have been aware a long time. Finally here is a book that provides a great amount of information about the state of Missouri in an easy-to-read format all ages can enjoy. The magnificent illustrations develop great interest in the excellent poetry and interesting research material. Adults as well as children will gain much knowlege of Missouri from this informative and enlightening book. I cannot praise S is for Show Me too highly! Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 22, 2001

    WHAT A GREAT WAY FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES TO LEARN ABOUT THEIR STATE!

    5/5 D. Blankenship (The Ozarks) - See all my reviews, November 3, 2007
    List Price: $17.95


  • Countryman Press

    Backroads & Byways of Missouri: Drives, Day Trips & Weekend Excursions (Backroads & Byways)

    Book (Countryman Press)

    Rating (14 reviews):
    (3.9/5)
    Countryman Press

    Interesting, but a little skimpy

    3/5 Amazon Customer (Missouri) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Backroads & Byways of Missouri: Drives, Day Trips & Weekend Excursions (Backroads & Byways) (Paperback) The routes outlined in this guide are filled with the history and geographic wonders of Missouri...if you limit yourself to two-thirds of the state. Central Missouri and Southwest Missouri are virtually ignored. That omission includes Lake of the Ozarks and Jefferson City, which is the CAPITAL, for Pete's sake. There are many historic and natural attractions from Civil War battlefields to rugged state parks in the central and southwest portions of Missouri that virtually anyone would appreciate on some level. So, buy this guide and enjoy the routes contained therein...just know you're missing a lot. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 7, 2011

    Scenic Travel Guide

    5/5 J. Ivey - See all my reviews, February 18, 2009

    BackRoads & ByWays of Missouri, Drives, Day Trips & Weekend Excurions

    Fabulous book. Well written, great factual history that grabs the reader and makes them a part of why the area discussed by the author is worthwhile visiting. My wife and I just returned yesterday from his Kansas City, Weston and St. Joseph trip as well as his Gallatin, Jamesport and Kirksville trip, coupled with some of the bed and breakfasts in between, followed up by the Edina to Bethel ride. We also had time to drive along The Great River Road Ride and stay at The Garth Mansion in Hannibal. The Garth Mansion was SUPURB!! (FOR SURE)and deeply added pleasure to our already great trip. PLUS, YOU CANT BEAT THE HOME MADE FOOD and AMBIANCE AT GARTH MANSION>>>>>THE BEST BY FAR>>>> We had a blast!!!!! We followed his suggestions to the letter and added some of our own. We were more than 100% satisfied and will follow the exact route for the rest of the book.. His clarity of his presentation and accuracy of his suggestions/experiences was precisely our experiences. This book is EXACTLY... 5/5 FleetR (Chesterfield, MO USA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Backroads & Byways of Missouri: Drives, Day Trips & Weekend Excursions (Backroads & Byways) (Paperback) Fabulous book. Well written, great factual history that grabs the reader and makes them a part of why the area discussed by the author is worthwhile visiting. My wife and I just returned yesterday from his Kansas City, Weston and St. Joseph trip as well as his Gallatin, Jamesport and Kirksville trip, coupled with some of the bed and breakfasts in between, followed up by the Edina to Bethel ride. We also had time to drive along The Great River Road Ride and stay at The Garth Mansion in Hannibal. The Garth Mansion was SUPURB!! (FOR SURE)and deeply added pleasure to our already great trip. PLUS, YOU CANT BEAT THE HOME MADE FOOD and AMBIANCE AT GARTH MANSION>>>>>THE BEST BY FAR>>>> We had a blast!!!!! We followed his suggestions to the letter and added some of our own. We were more than 100% satisfied and will follow the exact route for the rest of the book.. His clarity of his presentation and accuracy of his suggestions/experiences was precisely our experiences. This book is EXACTLY... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 5, 2010
    List Price: $16.95


  • PSG

    NCAA Missouri Tigers Lanyard

    Sports (PSG)

    Rating (397 reviews):
    (4.4/5)
    PSG

    Velcro at the end wasn't expected, but ultimately a nice touch

    4/5 IMK - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: NCAA Breakaway Lanyard with Key Ring (Sports) I've always carried my keys on a lanyard, and I figured the 2010 football season was a good time to rep Dad's Alma mater (If anyone in TX has a right to rep UofO, it's somebody actually from OR). The clip is very, very sturdy plastic....although I promptly removed it and relocated the ring to the primary strap just out of preference. The end of the primary strap isn't a solid loop like most lanyards; it's actually two individual straps attached by velcro. I was a little bummed at first because it's not as aesthetically pleasing, but soon found it to be a welcome feature. Ever have your keys ripped out of your pocket by a door handle, coat hook, etc? Not anymore. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 28, 2011

    Sweet Colors, Bad design

    4/5 Chris - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: NCAA Breakaway Lanyard with Key Ring (Sports) The logos and colors are really cool! Its an awesome lanyard except there is velcro on the back of the neck loop. Instead of overlapping, it sticks out and makes it look strange when you wear it (having it stick out) I just unvelcro-ed it and stapled the two ends together and it works just as well, though ^_^ GO TIGERS! Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 31, 2011

    Letters come off

    2/5 KelliShopping (Las Vegas) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: NCAA Breakaway Lanyard with Key Ring (Sports) i went to WVU and lost my lanyard once I moved out of state. i bought this one because ot looked like a good one. The lettering is all plasticky and comes off after a bit. The ones they sold at school were much better quality. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 26, 2011
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    Lanyard
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  • Tactical State Patch - Missouri - Multitan

    Apparel

    Rating (18 reviews):
    (4.9/5)

    Tactical flag patches from Gadsden & Culpeper are the best for hats and jackets

    Be true to your state, or states, with these tactical patches from Gadsden & Culpepper. I have five of them, all in distressed monotone shades, for wearing on my hats and jacket sleeves. Well, three are states: Arizona (two versions), where I live now, and Maine, where I’m from. The other two patches are U.S. flags.I wear the patches on my hats (one tan, one camo) or on jacket sleeves. These patches are tough and durable, and quite attractive. The stitching is excellent, even on Maine’s detailed flag design. They are pre-velcro’d with the hook side of the velcro, and seem like they’ll stick together for a long time.Hats and jackets universally have the woolly loop part, so you can slap the patches right on.On the colors, well, it’s a matter of choice. The tan shade called “Coyote” seemed to work best with my hats and jackets, and I like the distressed and tactical look of the monochrome patches. The color... 5/5 Alan Z (Phoenix, Arizona) - See all my reviews This review is from: Tactical State Patch - Missouri (Apparel) Be true to your state, or states, with these tactical patches from Gadsden & Culpepper. I have five of them, all in distressed monotone shades, for wearing on my hats and jacket sleeves. Well, three are states: Arizona (two versions), where I live now, and Maine, where I’m from. The other two patches are U.S. flags.I wear the patches on my hats (one tan, one camo) or on jacket sleeves. These patches are tough and durable, and quite attractive. The stitching is excellent, even on Maine’s detailed flag design. They are pre-velcro’d with the hook side of the velcro, and seem like they’ll stick together for a long time.Hats and jackets universally have the woolly loop part, so you can slap the patches right on.On the colors, well, it’s a matter of choice. The tan shade called “Coyote” seemed to work best with my hats and jackets, and I like the distressed and tactical look of the monochrome patches. The color... Read more, July 8, 2015

    Awesome. Thanks G&C for making this

    5/5 DWesley1371 - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Tactical State Patch - Missouri (Apparel) Awesome. Thanks G&C for making this. Wish it was an Amazon Prime item, but oh well. High quality product. Should have ordered a few more. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 3, 2014

    From Missouri? Why don't you have this already?

    5/5 Amazon Customer - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Tactical State Patch - Missouri (Apparel) I live in texas and am surrounded by texas flag patches. If you are from Missouri or love Missouri, or are born in Missouri and had to move away, thid is a great way to represent that love and origin. Nice quality patch with great representation. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 20, 2016
    List Price: $4.90
    Made In USA
    Can be used with Condor, Tru-Spec and other Operator / Contractor Caps
    100% Embroidery
    2"x3" sized perfectly for our caps
    Made By Gadsden and Culpeper! Velcro Hook backing for attachment to Tactical Hats and Gear


  • Mariner Books

    Across the Wide Missouri

    Book (Mariner Books)

    Rating (35 reviews):
    (4.4/5)
    Mariner Books

    Magnificent storytelling - and all true

    The best historical writing combines the quality of scholarship with that of literature, and that's what we have here. First published in 1947, this book is a deserved classic. It's the story of the Rocky Mountain fur trade in the latter half of the 1830s, a time of outrageous characters and extraordinary deeds, set against the finest landscape. DeVoto resolutely refuses to judge people of the 1830s by the standards of a later century. This is what infuriates the "politically correct". But DeVoto is surely right - any other approach might tell you something about the historian's own time but would shed little light on the period under study. Instead DeVoto's honesty brings his characters vividly to life. That doesn't only mean the fur trappers. He has a detailed and discerning knowledge of the Plains Indians, and appreciates the cultural, linguistic and indeed political diversity of the various nations. The Native Americans emerge as striking individuals in... 5/5 William R. Strouse (colorado springs, co United States) - See all my reviews, December 3, 1998

    Wagh!

    Across the Wide MissouriMr. DeVoto has a passion for this subject and a passion for the characters that live in it.Here are some excerpts from the book: "There were few delicate feeders in the mountains...The river tribes liked the green, putrid flesh of buffalo drowned while crossing the ice and hauled ashore weeks later, `so ripe, so tender, that very little boiling is required.' They ate the kidneys raw... the white man would eat the liver raw as soon as it was taken; he seasoned it with the gall or sometimes with gunpowder...he had no more tableware than his belt knife - gravy, juices and blood running down his face, forearms and shirt. He wolfed the meat and never reached repletion. Eight pounds a day was standard ration for Hudson Bay employees [but often eat twice that amount]...melted fat was gulped by the pint. Kidney fat could be drunk without limit...Hump and boss boil in a kettle, cracked marrow bones sizzle by the fire...Camp is... 5/5 0, June 27, 2005

    a classic of American history writing

    5/5 0, November 16, 1998
    List Price: $17.95


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