Kansas State Historical Society
6425 SW Sixth Ave.
104 W. 9 ST, Suite 30
Kansas City, MO 64105
Leavenworth County Historical Society
The Leavenworth County Historical Society was founded in 1954 to collect, preserve, and share historical information and artifacts which relate to the history of Leavenworth County Kansas. The Leavenworth County Historical Society occupies and maintains the Carroll Mansion Museum, a 16-room, Victorian Mansion.
1128 Fifth Ave.
Leavenworth, KS 66048
The Leawood Historic Commission is a volunteer commission appointed by the Mayor. The purpose of the LHC is to identify, protect and preserve the historical, architectural and cultural heritage of Leawood, Kansas, and to make that heritage accessible to its future citizens for their use and education through appropriate means.
Leawood City Hall
4800 Town Center Drive
Leawood, KS 66211
Lee's Summit Historical Society
220 S.E. Main
Lee's Summit, MO 64063
Mount Mora Cemetery, established in 1851, is one of the oldest operating cemeteries in Saint Joseph, Missouri. It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and is an interpretive site of The St. Joseph Museums, Inc. Mount Mora was once the most fashionable burial place for many of St. Joseph’s wealthy and powerful citizens. The boom years of the post Civil War period, known as St. Joseph’s “Golden Age,” gave rise to the building of some of the finest residential architecture in the Midwest, and to some of the finest tomb architecture as well. Group tours available -- call 816-232-8471
824 Mount Mora Road
St. Joseph, MO 64501
Missouri Civil War Reenactors Association
5731 Hwy. N
Robertsville, MO 63072
Brought to you by the Missouri/Kansas Border War Network, an organization of 20 some museums, libraries, historical societies, historic sites and historians dedicated to sharing the stories of life on the MO/KS Border during the Bleeding Kansas and Border War era of 1854 to 1865.
The Missouri-Kansas River bend Chapter supports the Lewis & Clark Trail Heritage Foundation at the local level through events, activities, programs, promotion, and protection of the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail. In addition, the local chapter encourages local interest in the expedition and related historic sites.
(From listing website)
Lewis and Clark Riverbend Chapter
1220 Washington #301
Kansas City, MO 64105
Men and boys from Jackson county, Missouri and the local area, who are interested in documenting their relationship to their American Revolutionary ancestors and joining an active group with similar interest are invited to attend. The Chapter also has a Color Guard that includes 15 colonial flags and a musket presentation. The Color Guard is available for parades, meetings and programs by contacting the organization. (Provided by organization)
3929 Milton Drive
Independence, MO 64055
The Association obtains and restores railroad artifacts, equipment and facilities, and operates them as a demonstration historic railroad to educate the public about the role railroading played, and continues to play, in the commercial, social and cultural life of America's Heartland. (From listing website)
PO Box 5
Baldwin City, KS 66006
Monnett Battle of Westport Fund
National Fred Harvey Museum Steering Committee
Established to restore the home of Fred Harvey in Leavenworth, KS as a museum.
Ralph G. Beckwith
P.O. Box 10046
Kansas City, MO 64171-0046
524 South Osage Street
PO Box 1019
Independence, MO 64051
Platte County Historical Society
PO Box 103
Platte City, MO 64079
Dedicated to preserving the legacy of R. A. Long and his family through projects which educate with integrity and truth. The web site tells the fascinating story of Kansas City lumber baron Robert Alexander Long, an extraordinarily generous person. His life and times are a heritage worth remembering.
Tim Sullivan, President
R. A. Long Historical Society
300 Southwest Longview Blvd.
Lee's Summit, Missouri 64081
Collects, preserves and presents the history and culture of the people of Ray County, Missouri through the Ray County Historical Museum and a Genealogy and Research Library
901 W Royle Street, PO Box 2
Richmond, MO 64085
St. Joseph Archaeology Society
Monthly business meeting, followed by a presentation of historical or archaeological interest. We are also involved in an excavation of the Civil War Fort Smith located in St. Joseph. Meetings at the Pony Express Museum community room in St. Joseph the last Monday night of each month, at 7:00p.m
Saint Joseph Historical Society
P.O. Box 246
St. Joseph, MO 64502
Preserving, maintaining, and developing awareness of St. Joseph’s rich architectural history
P.O. Box 575
St. Joseph, MO 64502
Sons of Confederate Veterans
John T. Hughes Camp, Independence MO
Meets at 7 p.m. on the 2nd Thursday of every month a the Courthouse Exchange on the Square in Independence, MO
The William C. Corum Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution is open to men and boys from Clay, Platte, and Ray counties who have a Revolutionary War heritage and are interested in participating in patriotic, historic, and community service. The chapter meets the second Saturday of each month, except July & August, at 9 a.m. for brunch at the Pryor Leadership Center, 17 South Jewell Street, Liberty, Missouri. Reservations are required for the brunch.
W. Christian Sizemore
Sons of Union Veterans --Westport Camp #64 in Independence
Meets at 7 p.m. on the first Wednesday of every month at a Library in Independence, MO
Organized in 1984 under the guidance of the Kansas City, Missouri, Parks and Recreation Department to collect and organize data about Union Cemetery and the people buried there.
227 E 28th Terrace
Kansas City, MO 64108
"The purpose of the Missouri Digitization Planning Project (MDPP) is to coordinate access to digital collections and exhibits created by the cultural and scientific heritage institutions of Missouri." (From listing website)
P.O. Box 520123
Independence, MO 64052