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Scharf, J. Thomas. History of Saint Louis City and County, From the Earliest Periods to the Present Day: Including Biographical Sketches of Representative Men. In Two Volumes, Illustrated. Volume II . Philadelphia: Louis H. Everts & Co., 1883. [format: book], [genre: biography; history; proceedings]. Permission: Northern Illinois University
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Pictures and Illustrations.

Chapter XXV. St. Louis as a Center of Trade.

Chapter XXVI. The Mississippi River and its Tributaries.

Chapter XXVII. Navigation on the Mississippi River.

Chapter XXVIII. River Commerce of St. Louis.

Chapter XXIX. Railroads.

Chapter XXX. Trade, Commerce, and Manufactures.

Chapter XXXI. Commercial Exchanges.

Chapter XXXII. Banks, and Other Financial Institutions, and Bankers.

Chapter XXXIII. Insurance, Telegraph, Postal Service, Gas, and Hotels.

Chapter XXXIV. Bench and Bar.

Chapter XXXV. The Medical Profession.

Chapter XXXVI. Culture and Literary Growth in St. Louis.

Chapter XXXVII. Art and Artists.

Chapter XXXVIII. Music and Musicians.

Chapter XXXIX. Religious Denominations.

Chapter XL. Religious, Benevolent, Social, Secret, and Other Organizations.

Chapter XLI. Prominent Events — Mobs and Riots — Duels — Military — The Towns of Carondelet, Herculaneum, and East St. Louis.

Chapter XLII. County of Saint Louis.


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