Vol. 116, No. 3, April 2022

Feature Articles

  • Slavery and the Shaping of Catholic Missouri, 1810–1850, By Kelly L. Schmidt
  • Climbing the Ladder, Chasing the Dream: Homer G. Phillips Hospital in St. Louis, By Candace O’Connor
  • Championing Women at the Crossroads: The Suffrage Movement in Warrensburg, Missouri, 1890–1920, By Sara Brooks Sundberg, Janola Sauther, Keegan Eatherton, Caitlyn Jacks, Nicole McGinnis, and Khala Moss

From the Stacks

Research Center–Columbia

  • “She Was Marvelous”: Dorothy Jurney and the New Women’s Pages of the 1950s and 1960s, By Kimberly Harper

Book Reviews

  • This Place of Promise: A Historian’s Perspective on 200 Years of Missouri History, By Gary R. Kremer
    Reviewed by Larry Gragg
  • French St. Louis: Landscape, Contexts, and Legacy, Edited by Jay Gitlin, Robert Michael Morrissey, and Peter J. Kastor
    Reviewed by Kathleen DuVal
  • Germans in America: A Concise History, By Walter D. Kamphoefner
    Reviewed by Kristen Anderson
  • Teacher, Preacher, Soldier, Spy: The Civil Wars of John R. Kelso, By Christopher Grasso
    Reviewed by Jeremy Neely
  • To Make a Fortune in Missouri: Meredith Miles Marmaduke 1791–1864, Santa Fe Trader, Surveyor, Merchant, Governor, Farmer, Land Speculator, Pill Peddler, By Lee M. Cullimore
    Reviewed by Zachary Dowdle
  • The Truman Court: Law and the Limits of Loyalty, By Rawn James Jr.
    Reviewed by Christopher W. Schmidt

Book Notes

  • St. Louis Fire Stations, By Robert Pauly with Dennis J. Maag
  • Burning the Breeze: Three Generations of Women in the American Midwest, By Lisa Hendrickson
  • A Culinary History of Missouri: Foodways and Iconic Dishes of the Show-Me State, By Suzanne Corbett and Deborah Reinhardt
  • Joplin’s Connor Hotel, By Chad Stebbins
  • “One of the Most Troublesome Robbery Gangs”: The Murders and Crimes of George McKeever and Francis McNeiley, By Jeffrey S. King
  • Binding Us Together: A Civil Rights Activist Reflects on a Lifetime of Community and Public Service, By Alvin L. Brooks
  • The American Revolutionary War in the West, Edited by Stephen L. Kling Jr.

Graduate Theses Relating to Missouri History, 2021

News in Brief

Cover Description

Old Mill, Appleton, Missouri, by Duane Evans Lyon (1885–1959). Oil on canvas board, 1953. Gift of Elisabeth Lyon Maughs, Mary Lyon Thomson, and Gertrude Lyon Hill. [SHSMO Art Collection, 1986.0004]