More to Read:
The Annual Register of Indian Affairs within the Western (or Indian) Territory. By Isaac McCoy, 1837-1838. KSHS.org
The Memoir of Mrs. Eliza McCoy. Calvin McCormick, Dallas, Texas, 1892.
Jackson County Pioneers. By Pearl Wilcox. 1975
A Historic Outline of Grinter Place from 1825 to 1878. Compiled by Harry E. Hanson. c. 1970.
“The Trail of Death” by Marilyn Mullins, Osawatomie and Its People. Osawatomie Historic Society, 1995
Annals of Shawnee Methodist Mission. Compiled by Martha B. Caldwell. Kansas State Historical Society, Topeka, KS. 1977.
John Brown and the Legend of Fifty-Six. By James Claude Malin. 1942.
The History of the Jackson County Historical Society: 1909 to 1996. By Wilda Sandy. 1996.
Here Lies Kansas City: A Collection of Our City’s Notables and Their Final Resting Places. Wilda Sandy. 1984.
“New Red Bridge Spans River, Tracks, & History” by Seann McAnally. Jackson County Advocate. Nov. 23, 2011, page 1.
Residence Marker, near St. Luke’s Hospital on Wornall. Kansas City, MO. Jackson County Historical Society. 1961.
John Calvin McCoy’s former home, 711 Olive Street, Kansas City, MO.
John built a two story log cabin in 1833 at 444 Westport Road, Kansas City, MO.
Mary Ann Isaacs Dagenette Peoria's home, 708 E. Kaskaskia St., Paola (Private home).
Wea Baptist Mission History, Miami County Historical Museum, Paola, KS.
Red Bridge, spans Red Bridge Road between Blue River Parkway and Holmes Road, Kansas City, MO
Union Cemetery, 227 East 28th Terr., Kansas City, MO.