Images of America - Harrisonville
World War I Casualties of Cass County
Alphabetical list of biographical information of men who died in WWI that were residents of Cass County, Missouri.
Stories About Incidents 1915-1940
Book of oral history from George A. Wilderboor about life in Cass County in the early to mid 20th century.
Signed copy of historical fiction book about the devastating consequences of Order #11 in Cass County and beyond.
Signed copy of historical fiction that highlights Civil War events Missouri and surrounding regions.
Bury Me with My People
Signed copy of historical fiction book about women's fight for survival during the Civil War.
Treachery at Midnight
Signed copy of the latest historical fiction from D.L. Rogers that highlights people and places from Cass County during the Civil War era.
Crossfire in the Street: Lone Jack 1862
R.L.Y. Peyton: An American Journey - 1824-1863
R.L.Y. Peyton's journey from obscurity to the national stage and then to oblivion, is as unlikely as it is incredible. Born into the cavalier Virginia gentry, Lud's family migrated to Oxford, Ohio. He attended Miami University before getting a law degree at the University of Virginia. For 10 years he practiced frontier law in Harrisonville, Mo. Suddenly in 1854, inflamed by the Kansas - Nebraska Act Lud exploded onto the political stage. He represented western Missouri in the state senate, helped trigger secession and then served in the C.S.A. Senate. He died from malaria in Alabama in 1863. Peyton's journey is uniquely American, his life narrating Missouri's, and the country's, ante-bellum history.
This hardback biography contains 419 narrative pages. Twenty-five (25) original maps, eighty-five (85) photographs, twenty (20) newspaper clippings, and three original illustrations illuminate his life.