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A copy of an engraving of the courthouse in Independence, Missouri. The reproduction first appeared in "United States Illustrated" and depicts the early settlement of Independence and its courthouse. Located along the Kansas and Missouri border, the town was considered the "Queen City of Trails" because it was the point of departure for the Santa Fe, Oregon and California Trails.

Creator: Meyer, Herrmann J.
Date: 1854

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Item Number: 215612
Call Number: FM 8
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 215612

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