Family Tree Magazine is widely known for providing genealogists and family researchers with resources to explore their family legacies. Each fall, magazine editors select the 75 best state-specific websites for personal family research. For 2020, SHSMO Digital Collections was chosen as one of these top resources.
Columbia Daily Tribune–Walk the span of one long hallway at the Center for Missouri Studies and the Missouri sound will make your ears bleed — in the best possible way. Astute historians and self-aware artists will tell you there is no single Missouri sound. The state’s position between coasts and beyond riverbanks means...
P. Wayne Goode was born in St. Louis, Missouri, on August 20, 1937. Growing up in St. Louis, he attended Normandy public schools. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in banking and finance from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1960. After graduating, Goode joined his family's business, Be-Mac Transport Company, and remained involved in the transportation and shipping industry for over thirty years.
Our Missouri returns with Youngstown State University professor Amy Laurel Fluker talking about her new book, Commonwealth of Compromise: Civil War Commemoration in Missouri, published by the University of Missouri Press.
The State Historical Society of Missouri and the Saint Louis Ambassadors are partnering together to create a bicentennial time capsule, and we need your help!
Organizations and institutions, businesses, as well as local and state government agencies in Missouri are invited to participate by contributing three items: one to represent your past, one to represent your present, and a note to future Missourians.