(book titles are abbreviated unless they have not been catalogued-see call number for full record)
Digitized and provided for the Missouri State Archives:The Missouri Mormon War
Disturbances with the Mormons
UMS MERC PECK F475 .M8M6 1841
Digitized by Northern Illinois University Libraries for various Illinois Historical Digitization Projects
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The United States Illustrated
MERC PECK E166 .D16 1855 v.2
The Western Metropolis
MERC ST. LOUIS IMPRINT F474 .S2W4 1846 c.2
The City of Saint Louis of To-day
MERC ST. LOUIS IMPRINT F474 .S2Y4 1889
Stranger’s Guide to St. Louis
MERC WTRWYS RARE F474 .S2P3 1867 c.2
A Summer Journey in the West
A Change of National Empire
MERC ST. LOUIS IMPRINT F195 .R282 1869
The Industries of Saint Louis
MERC ST. LOUIS IMPRINT HC108 .S2L36 1887
An Englishman’s Travels in America
CORE RARE G83 B443
The New Republic, or the Transition Complete, with a an Approaching Change in National Empire, Based Upon the Commercial and Industrial Expansion of the Great West; Together with Hints at National Safety & Social Progress
St. Louis: Jos. F. Torrey and Co., 1867.
Sketch Book of St. Louis
MERC ST. LOUIS IMPRINT F474 .S2T2 1858 c.
Permission: Tulane University)
Negro-Slavery, No Evil, or the North and the South
MERC ST. LOUIS IMPRINT E449 .T466 1860
The Nachash Origin of the Black and Mixed Races
MERC ST. LOUIS IMPRINT E449 .T466 1860
A Gazetteer of the States of Illinois and Missouri
A Common-Sense, Matter-of-Fact Examination
MERC ST. LOUIS IMPRINT E449 . C25 1885
The King of Rivers
CORE RARE HIA C26
Description of Banvard’s Panorama of the Mississippi River
CORE RARE G875 B22
Studies on Slavery
CORE RARE HIA F63
Edward’s Great West and Her Commercial Metropolis, Embracing a General View of the West, and a Complete History of St. Louis, from the Landing of Ligueste, in 1764, to the Present Time; with Portraits and Biographies of Some of the Old Settlers, and many of the Most Prominent Business Men
Edward, Richard and M. Hopewell
St. Louis: Office of “Edward’s Monthly,” A Journal of Progress, 1860.
View of the Valley of the Mississippi
MERC ST. LOUIS LYCEUM F353 .B17 1834
Permission: Newberry Library)
Saint Louis: the Future Great City of the World
St. Louis: Gray, Baker & Co., 1875
Shewey’s Pictorial St. Louis Past and Present. A Sketch of St. Louis, its History, Resources, Chronological Events, Tables of Information and Points of Interest
St. Louis: Arista C. Shewey, 1892
A History of Illinois and St. Louis Bridge with a Fine Colored Lithograph
St. Louis: Tribune Publishing Co., 1874.
St. Louis through a Camera
St. Louis: Woodard & Tiernan, 1892.
The Great Tornado at St. Louis. May 27th 1896
St. Louis: Graf Engraving Co., 1896
Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Saint Louis. The Commercial Gateway to the South. Illustrated
Chicago: Phoenix Publishing Company, n.d.
Southern and Western Shipping Directory, to all Points on Western and Southern Rivers and Railroads, and the Interior Towns Supplied by Them; Also, Points Reached by Each Express Company.
Love, W.D. and S.O. Hemenway
St. Louis: Hugh R. Hildreth, 1870
History of Saint Louis City and County, from the Earliest Periods to the Present day: Including Biographical Sketches of Representative Men. Vols. 1 & 2
Scharf, J. Thomas
Philadelphia: Louis H. Everts, 1883
Permission: Northern Illinois University)
Physical Effects of Compressed Air, and of the Causes of Pathological Symptoms Produced on Man, by Increased Atmospheric Pressure Employed for the Sinking of Piers, in the Construction of the Illinois and St. Louis Bridge Over the Mississippi River at St. Louis, Missouri.
St. Louis: R & T.A. Ennis, 1871
A History of the St. Louis Bridge; Containing a Full Account of Every Step in its Construction and Erection, and Including the Theory of the Ribbed Arch and the Tests of Materials. Illustrated by Numerous Wood-cuts and Fifty Full-page Lithographs and Artotypes.
St. Louis: G.I. Jones, 1881
A Correct View of that Part of the United States
MERC RARE BR545 .S3 1814
A Plea for the West
MERC RARE LA208 .B3 1835
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