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Those who did survive often went home without an arm, leg, or both, since amputation was the “cure” for most battlefield wounds. The Civil War 45 Famous Documents Get It In Writing! S. Constitution, 1787 Famous Documents First state constitution, 1820 Missouri State Constitution of 1865 required public officeholders to take “Ironclad Oath” Current state constitution adopted, 1945 46 Immigrants Welcome To America! Missourians have come to Missouri from other states and many other countries on almost every continent!
MRS. RICHARD GENTRY was one of the first women to be named postmistress of a town. She and her husband lived in Columbia. When he was killed in the Seminole Indian Wars in Florida, she was named to the post and held it for 35 years! 55 Famous African-Americans GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER was the son of slaves, but worked very hard to go to college. He became a botanist and teacher who experimented with peanuts, sweet potatoes, and soybeans. He developed more than 300 different products that could be made from peanuts!
The most important tribe in Missouri The Osage built was the Osage. Their territory permanent villages on high ground, near extended from the Arkansas River water and hunting in the south to the Missouri River in land. Several families the north. The Osage were known occupied large for their height. 8 meters) tall, and some of mats and buffalo the men were more than 7 feet hides. 1 meters) tall. Indian Tribes 53 Explorers Here, There, Everywhere! In the 1500s, HERNANDO DE SOTO explored Missouri while searching for gold.