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WestPortMO to Wakarusa Watershed & Mapping the West

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Intro/Background

  • What's your research about?

Mission: Creating shared "Reusable Learning Objects" (RLO) ...

http://www.continuinged.ku.edu/lifelonglearning/forums/

Sources

 

  • ISBN: 1-4120-7037-6 French-Indian Families In America's West

by Irma R. Miller (1988/2005)

  • ISBN: 0-374-52958-2 Before LEWIS and CLARK

by Shirley Christian (2004)

  • ISBN: 1-58592-080-0 Traveling the Oregon Trail

by Julie Fanselow (1996/2001)

  • ISBN: 0-9656695-7-2 Exploring the Kaw Valley
    • by Lynn Byczynski (2002)
    • EPA-KDHE: Caring for the Kaw: A Citizens Guide to Protecting Water Quality

 

distributed by Kaw Valley Heritage Alliance (1997-2007)

EPA Region 7 - The Kansas River Watershed Enhancement Initiative

Thesis: KU-Community Toolbox Social Network Analysis (SNA)

 

Recent Accomplishments.

Rollin’ Down the River Festival:

... Caring for the Kaw: ...

Nearly 300 educational

A Citizen’s Guide to Protecting Water Quality

www.epa.gov/region7/citizens/cbep/ks_river.htm

 

Ideas for TnT eJournal entries

 


 

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Greetings! by

Alison Reber @ 2007-02-19 10:20:05 (159 bytes)

 

Re: Greetings! by

Bob-RJ Burkhart @ 2007-02-23 12:24:28 (168 bytes)

 

Re: Greetings! by

BURK @ 2007-02-23 17:55:49 (70 bytes)

 

Dropping the Ball by

Alison Reber @ 2007-02-19 10:51:53 (530 bytes)

 

Do Tell by

Alison Reber @ 2007-02-19 11:04:00 (134 bytes)

 

Re: Do Tell by

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Re: Dropping the Ball by

Jane Live @ 2007-02-23 10:06:19 (35 bytes)

 

Re: Dropping the Ball by

Bob-RJ Burkhart @ 2007-02-23 17:24:24 (86 bytes)

 

Hyperlink URL Testing by

Bob-RJ Burkhart @ 2007-02-23 12:36:34 (114 bytes)

 

Re: Hyperlink URL Testing by

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Re: Hyperlink URL Testing by

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Re: Hyperlink URL Testing (7224am) by

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1-Buffalo Trails (1740-1871) by

BURK @ 2007-02-23 17:34:21 (41 bytes)

 

Re: (1) BioGEOgraphy or Oral History Remarks by

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2-Traveling in a Sacred Manner: The Pawnee Trail by

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Re: (2) BioGEOgraphy or Oral History Remarks by

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3-Fabled Journeys and Furs: Spanish and French Exploration in Kansas by

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Re: (3) BioGEOgraphy or Oral History Remarks by

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4-Solving the Mystery of the West: Early Explorers (1748-1846) by

BURK @ 2007-02-23 17:39:09 (38 bytes)

 

Re: (4) BioGEOgraphy or Oral History Remarks by

BURK @ 2007-02-24 12:37:09 (41 bytes)

 

5-Making the Eagle Scream: John Charles Fremont by

BURK @ 2007-02-23 17:40:10 (38 bytes)

 

Re: (5) BioGEOgraphy or Oral History Remarks by

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6-River Highway to the Interior by

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Re: (6) BioGEOgraphy or Oral History Remarks by

BURK @ 2007-02-24 12:39:45 (41 bytes)

 

Re: (6) BioGEOgraphy or Oral History Remarks by

Bob-RJ Burkhart @ 2007-02-28 04:34:12 (613 bytes)

 

7-Santa Fe Trial and Trade (1821-1872) by

BURK @ 2007-02-23 17:42:02 (38 bytes)

 

Re: (7) BioGEOgraphy or Oral History Remarks by

BURK @ 2007-02-24 12:41:34 (41 bytes)

 

8-Ranches Along the Santa Fe Trail by

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Re: (8) BioGEOgraphy or Oral History Remarks by

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9-George Catlin's Journey into a New World by

BURK @ 2007-02-23 17:43:57 (38 bytes)

 

Re: (9) BioGEOgraphy or Oral History Remarks by

BURK @ 2007-02-24 12:42:52 (41 bytes)

 

10-Go West: On the Overland Trail (1840-1860) by

BURK @ 2007-02-23 17:44:44 (38 bytes)

 

Re: (10) BioGEOgraphy or Oral History Remarks by

BURK @ 2007-02-24 13:06:35 (41 bytes)

 

11-Hard travelling: Families on the Overland Journey by

BURK @ 2007-02-23 17:45:24 (38 bytes)

 

Re: (11) BioGEOgraphy or Oral History Remarks by

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12-Gold Seekers Cross Kansas by

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Re: (12) BioGEOgraphy or Oral History Remarks by

BURK @ 2007-02-24 13:07:40 (41 bytes)

 

13-Trail to the Top (1858) by

BURK @ 2007-02-23 17:46:48 (38 bytes)

 

Re: (13) BioGEOgraphy or Oral History Remarks by

BURK @ 2007-02-24 13:08:09 (41 bytes)

 

Re: (13) Trail to the Top (1858) by

Jeffrey Holland @ 2007-02-28 12:00:08 (411 bytes)

 

14-Emigrant Trails into Kansas (1854-1862) by

BURK @ 2007-02-23 17:47:47 (38 bytes)

 

Re: (14) BioGEOgraphy or Oral History Remarks by

BURK @ 2007-02-24 13:02:29 (41 bytes)

 

Re: (14) Emigrant Trails into Kansas (1854-1862) by

Marilyn Holland @ 2007-02-27 16:32:14 (512 bytes)

 

15-The Kaw: A River Highway (KVHA River Roots) by

BURK @ 2007-02-23 17:48:56 (38 bytes)

 

Re: (15) BioGEOgraphy or Oral History Remarks by

BURK @ 2007-02-24 13:10:52 (41 bytes)

 

16-Wagons West: Overland Freight and Stagecoach Lines by

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Re: (16) BioGEOgraphy or Oral History Remarks by

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17-The Pony Comes Through: Short-Lived Pony Express Saga by

BURK @ 2007-02-23 18:09:31 (38 bytes)

 

Re: (17) BioGEOgraphy or Oral History Remarks by

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18-Freedom's Route: Underground Railroad in Kansas (1830-1861 by

BURK @ 2007-02-23 18:10:18 (38 bytes)

 

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19-From Trail to Rail: Steel Serpent Comes to Kansas (Land Grants) by

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20-Railroads and Rainfall: Promoting ... Paradise on the Plains by

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21-The Camera Tells the Truth: Early Western Photographers by

BURK @ 2007-02-23 18:14:03 (38 bytes)

 

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22-The Chisholm Trail (1867-1877) by

BURK @ 2007-02-23 18:15:13 (38 bytes)

 

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23-The Cowboys Daily Routine on the Chisholm Trail by

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24-Good Roads, Good Business by

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25-Turnpike, Traffic and Tourists (KVHA Pathfinder Passports) by

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BURK @ 2007-02-24 12:45:09 (41 bytes)

 

Re: (25) Know Your Watershed Impact Zones (WIZ) by

Bob-RJ Burkhart @ 2007-02-28 04:38:31 (359 bytes)

 

26-Learning from Kansas ... ( Kanza: Comm Unity of Practice) by

BURK @ 2007-02-23 18:18:29 (38 bytes)

 

Re: (26) BioGEOgraphy or Oral History Remarks by

BURK @ 2007-02-24 12:45:49 (41 bytes)

 

Re: (26) Eco-History Trails-N-Tales by

RJ Burkhart, LCDR-USNR, Ret. @ 2007-03-01 17:57:50 (152 bytes)

 

On Kansas Trails @ byhttp://www.continuinged.ku.edu/lifelonglearning/forums/

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Re: On Kansas Trails (California Road Virtual Tour) by

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Honoring Hidden Hometown Heroes (7224am) by

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Re: Honoring Hidden Hometown Heroes (more) by

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Re: Hometown Heroes (Leadership) by

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Topographical Engineers -- Links

United States. Army. Corps of Topographical Engineers, 1854.
Notes of a Military Reconnoissance from Fort Leavenworth in Missouri to San Diego, ...

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The Prairie Traveler A Hand-book for Overland Expeditions by Marcy ...

35 The Project Gutenberg eBook of The Prairie Traveler, by Randolph B. Marcy
On leaving Fort Leavenworth with the army for Utah in 1857 ...

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5; Randolph B. Marcy, The Prairie Traveler, A Hand Book for Overland Expeditions (New York, 1859);
W. B. Horner, The Gold Regions of Kansas and Nebraska . ...

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The Mormon Battalion Marches Again

 

... FFNHA Hyperportal ... Mormon Battalion - Trek 2008-2009

It all started when Kevin Henson’s 11-year-old Boy Scout patrol took part in a “living history event” in Bay City, Michigan, in 2002.

The Bay County Historical Society hosts an annual event along the Saginaw River called “The River of Time.”

Reenactors from all time periods are invited — from archaic Indians, French voyageurs, Revolutionary War, Civil War, all the way up to the Gulf War.

 

In 2002, Henson’s scouts reenacted the role of the Mormon Battalion, thereby representing the Mexican-American War.

Their participation has now become a staple of the “River of Time” and has grown in numbers and scope to include about 50-60 local members of the Church and community.

 

Quad States' Trails related resources:  

History May Be Searched in Vain - A Military History of the Mormon Battalion by Sherman L. Fleek (2006)

 

A concise history of the Mormon Battalion in the Mexican War, 1846-1847

    Tyler, Daniel, 1816-

 

Personal Author: Tyler, Daniel, 1816-
Title: A concise history of the Mormon Battalion in the Mexican War, 1846-1847.
Publication info: Chicago, Rio Grande Press \1964\
Physical descrip: 376 p.
Series: (Rio Grande classic)
General Note: First published in 1881
Held by: CENTRAL
Corporate subject: United States. Army. Mormon Battalion.
Subject term: Mormons.
Subject term: Mexican War, 1846-1848.

 

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