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Amish in Pike County, MO
Buffalo Township Cemetery
Champ Clark 2
Community State Bank
Dueling in 19th Century Missouri
Eagles on the Mississippi River
Guerrilla Warfare and The Fight At Ashley
History of New Hartford
The Jennings Opry
John Brooks Henderson
John Nicholas Clark
Nord-Buffum Pearl Button Co.
Scenes of the Past
Settlers of Pike County
Solomon Fischer & Frankford
The Three Little Boys Lost in Hannibal Missouri-67
Welcome to our local history project!
An oral history & technology project created by the students of BGHS
Bowling Green High School's Missouri History class provides students an introduction to the
Arched bridge located in Frankford, Missouri.(http://www.pikecountytourism.com/byways.htm)
history of Missouri emphasizing economic, political and social growth.
In this wiki project, we will be focusing on the local history of the Pike County/Bowling Green R-I school district and surrounding areas. The people, places & events presented here may not necessarily be known outside of our little neck of the woods, but who cares? They still exercised a significant influence in shaping our local communities. There is a wealth of material, as well as a rich heritage, that is directly tied to understanding who we are as a community today.
The stories and articles you read here have all been (or will be) created by Matthew Easley's BGHS Missouri History students. This project not only allow students to become familiar with local history, but also instills in them a sense of ownership. By preserving our local history, students are becoming stewards of their own cultural past -- preserving it for current & future generations!
If you have any questions or suggestions, please email me at
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In the mean time, check out this great video
from the Missouri Secretary of State website:
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