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  1. Cover
    $20.00

    A thousand soldiers held off an army ten times larger at Missouri’s Thermopylae. The first edition of this book, entitled Thunder in Arcadia Valley: Price’s Defeat, September 27, 1864, by Bryce Suderow, was out of print for years. The current revised edition, by Suderow and R. Scott House, has been doubled in size—including new text and eyewitness narratives, new maps, and additional photos.

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    In The Baron in the Grand Canyon, Steven Rowan presents the first comprehensive look at the life of Baron Friedrich Wilhelm von Egloffstein, mapmaker, artist, explorer, and inventor. Utilizing new German and American sources, Rowan clarifies many mysteries about the life of this major artist and cartographer of the American West. Learn More

  3. Friend and Foe Alike Cover
    $30.00

    Missouri suffered more battles or engagements during the Civil War than all of the states except Virginia and Tennessee. This guide, with site descriptions, maps, biographies, and detailed point-to-point driving instructions, covered 235 of the best sites Missouri has to offer. This revised edition includes an introduction from Stuart Symington, Jr.

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  4. New Madrid Cover
    $19.00

    New Madrid: A Mississippi River Town in History and Legend focuses on the hearts and minds of a restless population as it moved west into the Mississippi River Valley in the 1800s. The river-port town of New Madrid, Missouri, strategically located just below the junction of the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers, and destined to be the capital of “New Spain,” was en route for thousands of early Americans.

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  6. Direct Microfilm Loan
    $10.00

    The State Historical Society of Missouri's collection is non-circulating; however, an interlibrary loan (ILL) service makes microfilm available to patrons who cannot visit one of our research centers in Columbia, St. Louis, Rolla, Kansas City, Springfield, or Cape Girardeau. The Society's circulating microfilm collections include:

    • newspapers
    • manuscripts
    • selected high-demand county history books
    • city and county directories
    • land ownership maps
    • periodicals

    Limit: 1 or 2 reels, two weeks use

    Charges include postage and handling

    Direct Microfilm Loan is available to members in the Supporting, Sustaining, Patron or Life levels. All others should use our Interlibrary Loan Form

    Please see Details below for additional information

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  7. Interlibrary Loan (US)
    $15.00

    The State Historical Society of Missouri's collection is non-circulating; however, an interlibrary loan (ILL) service makes microfilm available to patrons who cannot visit one of our research centers in Columbia, St. Louis, Rolla, Kansas City, Springfield, or Cape Girardeau. The Society's circulating microfilm collections include:

    • newspapers
    • manuscripts
    • selected high-demand county history books
    • city and county directories
    • land ownership maps
    • periodicals

    Limit: 1 or 2 reels, two weeks use

    Charges include postage and handling

    Locations outside the United States use our International Form

    Supporting, Sustaining, and Patron level members use our Direct Loan Form

    Please see Details below for additional information

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  8. Interlibrary Loan (International)
    $25.00

    The State Historical Society of Missouri's collection is non-circulating; however, an interlibrary loan (ILL) service makes microfilm available to patrons who cannot visit one of our research centers in Columbia, St. Louis, Rolla, Kansas City, Springfield, or Cape Girardeau. The Society's circulating microfilm collections include:

    • newspapers
    • manuscripts
    • selected high-demand county history books
    • city and county directories
    • land ownership maps
    • periodicals

    Limit: 1 or 2 reels, two weeks use

    Charges include postage and handling

    Locations inside the United States use our US Form

    International Supporting, Sustaining, and Patron level members contact us for details on using your Direct Loan membership benefit.

    Please see Details below for additional information

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