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Join Us for Signature Program Discussing Statehood-Era Treaties with Indigenous Nations

Join us with Greg Olson, historian and 2020 Center for Missouri Studies Fellow, for a free talk on Thursday, January 20 at 6 p.m. at the Center for Missouri Studies at 605 Elm Street in downtown Columbia.

Olson will expand on his July 2021 Missouri Historical Review article, “White Man’s Paper Trail: Extinguishing Indigenous Land Claims in Missouri.” His talk is part of the signature Missouri Historical Review Author Series of public programs.

Explore the Civil War in Missouri through the Letters of Henry and Cimbaline Fike in the Latest from SHSMO On Demand

In this installment of the Missouri Historical Review Author Series, Missouri Civil War historian and retired SHSMO associate director John Bradbury leads a conversation with Jeremy Neely, assistant professor of history at Missouri State University, and recent MSU graduate Trevor Martin. Neely and Martin discuss their article from the January 2021 Missouri Historical Review about the correspondence between Henry Fike, a quartermaster in the Union army, and his wife, Cimbaline, who wrote from the home front in Mascoutah, Illinois, southeast of St. Louis.