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    INDEPENDENCE MISSOURI 500 MILE EAST OF THE BEALE MINE

    Independence was originally inhabited by Missouri and Osage Indians, followed by the Spanish and a brief French tenure. It became part of the United States with the Louisiana Purchase of 1803. Lewis and Clark recorded in their journals that they stopped in 1804 to pick plums, raspberries, and wild apples at a site that would later form part of the city.

    Named after the Declaration of Independence, Independence was founded on March 29, 1827,[9] and quickly became an important frontier town. Independence was the farthest point westward on the Missouri River where steamboats or other cargo vessels could travel, due to the convergence of the Kansas River with the Missouri River approximately six miles west of town, near the current Kansas-Missouri border. Independence immediately became a jumping-off point for the emerging fur trade, accommodating merchants and adventurers beginning the long trek westward on the Santa Fe Trail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jean Laf View Post
    Independence was originally inhabited by Missouri and Osage Indians, followed by the Spanish and a brief French tenure. It became part of the United States with the Louisiana Purchase of 1803. Lewis and Clark recorded in their journals that they stopped in 1804 to pick plums, raspberries, and wild apples at a site that would later form part of the city.

    Named after the Declaration of Independence, Independence was founded on March 29, 1827,[9] and quickly became an important frontier town. Independence was the farthest point westward on the Missouri River where steamboats or other cargo vessels could travel, due to the convergence of the Kansas River with the Missouri River approximately six miles west of town, near the current Kansas-Missouri border. Independence immediately became a jumping-off point for the emerging fur trade, accommodating merchants and adventurers beginning the long trek westward on the Santa Fe Trail.
    Good information.
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    And this has "what" to do with the Beale tale?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigscoop View Post
    And this has "what" to do with the Beale tale?
    BS your falling behind !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jean Laf View Post
    BS your falling behind !
    Oh darn, not again.
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    When the first actual white settlers came to Kansas, there were no railroads west of the Mississippi River, and the various water courses were depended upon to furnish the means of transportation. As early as 1819 four steamboats -- the Thomas Jefferson, Expedition, R.M. Johnson and Western Engineer -- were built for the navigation of the upper Missouri River, and were used in the first Yellowstone expedition. Prior to that time the only water craft on the western streams were the Indian canoes or the keel boats and flat-bottomed boats of the fur traders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jean Laf View Post
    Independence was originally inhabited by Missouri and Osage Indians, followed by the Spanish and a brief French tenure. It became part of the United States with the Louisiana Purchase of 1803. Lewis and Clark recorded in their journals that they stopped in 1804 to pick plums, raspberries, and wild apples at a site that would later form part of the city.

    Named after the Declaration of Independence, Independence was founded on March 29, 1827,[9] and quickly became an important frontier town. Independence was the farthest point westward on the Missouri River where steamboats or other cargo vessels could travel, due to the convergence of the Kansas River with the Missouri River approximately six miles west of town, near the current Kansas-Missouri border. Independence immediately became a jumping-off point for the emerging fur trade, accommodating merchants and adventurers beginning the long trek westward on the Santa Fe Trail.
    Well done, I believe you have found something here that your name will be known for again.

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    And who layed out and surveyed the town of Independence, MO.?
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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
    And who layed out and surveyed the town of Independence, MO.?
    Who, Clark TJB's cousin?

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    No, that would be Samuel T. Beale and the Kennerly brothers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
    And who layed out and surveyed the town of Independence, MO.?
    "Independence was laid out by David Ward, Julius Emmons, and John Bartleson in 1827."
    "John Dunston was surveyor and completed his work Jan 9, 1827, afterward the town was platted off by Geo. W. Rhodes"

    https://books.google.com/books?id=eM...rveyor&f=false

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benjamin Gates View Post
    "Independence was laid out by David Ward, Julius Emmons, and John Bartleson in 1827."
    "John Dunston was surveyor and completed his work Jan 9, 1827, afterward the town was platted off by Geo. W. Rhodes"

    https://books.google.com/books?id=eM...rveyor&f=false
    My how history is unreported. Oh well have it your way. But the Indian Treaty Family of the Beale Treasure Family was there first.
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    Wasn't the answer you were looking for franklin?
    I will agree on how history goes unreported. I think Napolean said it best, "History is a bunch of lies agreed upon".
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