Vol. 114, No. 4, July 2020

Feature Articles

  • Conflict and Conversion: The Jesuit Mission on Missouri’s River Des Peres, by Bonnie Stepenoff
  • The Americanization of Francis Joseph Zeisberg: A German Immigrant’s Life in Jefferson City, Missouri, 1881–1892, by Walter A. Schroeder
  • “Every Day I Like Farming Better”: Ulysses S. Grant and His Experience as a Farmer in Missouri, by Samuel C. Mahaney

From the Stacks

Research Center–Springfield

  • Roy O’Kelley’s War: A Missourian’s Diary of the Western Front in 1918, by Erin Smither

Book Reviews

  • Poor Man’s Fortune: White Working-Class Conservatism in American Metal Mining, 1850–1950, by Jarod Roll
    Reviewed by John McKerley
  • Civil War Monuments and the Militarization of America, by Thomas J. Brown
    Reviewed by Amy L. Fluker
  • German Americans on the Middle Border: From Antislavery to Reconciliation, 1830–1877, by Zachary Stuart Garrison
    Reviewed by Robert W. Frizzell

Book Notes

  • A Matter of Time: Route 66 through the Lens of Change, photographs by Ellen Klinkel, text by Nick Gerlich
  • Storied and Scandalous Kansas City: A History of Corruption, Mischief and a Whole Lot of Booze, by Karla Deel
  • The Andrew Drumm Legacy: A Cattleman’s Promise to Children, by Brian Burnes
  • Yesterday Today: Life in the Ozarks, by Catherine S. Barker, edited by J. Blake Perkins
  • They Will Run: The Golden Age of the Automobile in St. Louis, by Molly Butterworth and Tom Eyssell
  • Living by Inches: The Smells, Sounds, Tastes, and Feeling of Captivity in Civil War Prisons, by Evan A. Kutzler
  • Bigamy and Bloodshed: The Scandal of Emma Molloy and the Murder of Sarah Graham, by Larry E. Wood

Index to Volume 114

Cover Description

View Above Rocheport, MO, circa 1941, by Frederick Emanuel Shane, oil on panel; gift of Mr. and Mrs. David G. Ellsworth. [SHSMO Art Collection, 1978.0190]