Index of Names for The Story of Liberal Missouri

I’ve compiled an idex of names that appear in Orrin Harmon’s The Story of Liberal Missouri: Early Settlements John M. Minor Marsh Minor William H. Curless Tom Stark A. Delissa W. A. DeLissa J. M. Wilson E. A. Wilson John Rhines William I. Stacy C. M. Cameron J. M. Coles Charles Brown John and Marion […]

The Story of Liberal, Missouri – O. E. Harmon, Biographical Sketch

THE STORY OF LIBERAL, MISSOURI BY O. E. HARMON Published by THE LIBERAL NEWS, J. P. MOORE PRINTER, LIBERAL, MO, 1925 O. E. Harmon, Biographical Sketch O. E. Harmon was born in Kalamazoo County, Michigan, December 3, 1854. His father, Asa Harmon, was a native of Vermont, and descended from John Harmon, a native of […]

The Story of Liberal, Missouri – O. E. Harmon Photo

THE STORY OF LIBERAL, MISSOURI BY O. E. HARMON Published by THE LIBERAL NEWS, J. P. MOORE PRINTER, LIBERAL, MO, 1925 Go to Table of Contents

The Story of Liberal, Missouri – To Liberal

THE STORY OF LIBERAL, MISSOURI BY O. E. HARMON Published by THE LIBERAL NEWS, J. P. MOORE PRINTER, LIBERAL, MO, 1925 To Liberal All hail to Liberal’s pioneers! Who through the storm defied the fears; And toiled right on through good and ill, And saw the town grow with a will. With wealth of mine […]

The Story of Liberal, Missouri – The Founder of Liberal and the Surviving Pioneers

THE STORY OF LIBERAL, MISSOURI BY O. E. HARMON Published by THE LIBERAL NEWS, J. P. MOORE PRINTER, LIBERAL, MO, 1925 The Founder of Liberal and The Surviving Pioneers Mr. George H. Walser, the founder of Liberal, died May, 1, 1910. In closing this sketch, it seems proper to set out in review those traits […]

The Story of Liberal, Missouri – G. H. Walser Residence

THE STORY OF LIBERAL, MISSOURI BY O. E. HARMON Published by THE LIBERAL NEWS, J. P. MOORE PRINTER, LIBERAL, MO, 1925 Go to Table of Contents

The Story of Liberal, Missouri – Some of Liberal’s Public Servants

THE STORY OF LIBERAL, MISSOURI BY O. E. HARMON Published by THE LIBERAL NEWS, J. P. MOORE PRINTER, LIBERAL, MO, 1925 Some of Liberal’s Public Servants Under this title may be included some names not before mentioned, but who deserve notice by reason of their public service in various capacities. Frank Curless served as postmaster […]

The Story of Liberal, Missouri – Civil War Veterans

THE STORY OF LIBERAL, MISSOURI BY O. E. HARMON Published by THE LIBERAL NEWS, J. P. MOORE PRINTER, LIBERAL, MO, 1925 Go to Table of Contents

The Story of Liberal, Missouri – Veterans of the Civil War and Soldiers of the Late World War

THE STORY OF LIBERAL, MISSOURI BY O. E. HARMON Published by THE LIBERAL NEWS, J. P. MOORE PRINTER, LIBERAL, MO, 1925 Veterans of the Civil War and Soldiers of the Late World War This sketch would not be complete without a notice of the surviving veterans of the Civil War and also a mention of […]

The Story of Liberal, Missouri – Some Interesting Characters in Liberal’s History

THE STORY OF LIBERAL, MISSOURI BY O. E. HARMON Published by THE LIBERAL NEWS, J. P. MOORE PRINTER, LIBERAL, MO, 1925 Some Interesting Characters in Liberal’s History Besides some already mentioned in the foregoing pages, there are a few others who from varying standpoints deserve mention. One of these was Henry Dorman, the aged Civil […]

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