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Kansas City

Overview page. Subjects: Art — United States History.

The Missouri settlement that by the 1850s would be called Kansas City arose in the 1820s as a fur trading center at the junction of the Kansas and Missouri Rivers. ...

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Southwest

Overview page. Subjects: Literature — United States History.

As distinguished from the Old Southwest of the early 19th-century frontier, is the region including the border states of Arizona, New Mexico, and western Texas. Although the region is...

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Taos

Overview page. Subjects: Literature.

Village in New Mexico, north of Santa Fe, was a leading commercial center of the Santa Fe Trail and the home of such scouts as Kit Carson. It is now ...

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Vachel Lindsay

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(1879–1931), poet of the American heartland, born and died in Springfield, Illinois. After completing high school in 1900, Nicholas Vachel Lindsay studied at the Art Institute of Chicago,...

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