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James Anderson Plaque
James B. Anderson was the first historian for the Native Sons and Daughters, and was influential in the Ft. Osage restoration effort. His historic document collections played a major role in the early collections of the Western Historical Manuscript Collection, on the campus of the University of Missouri-Kansas City, where this plaque is housed. Map and location of the WHMC.

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8301 State Line Road, Suite 108
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