1.) Here Lies Kansas City: A Collection of Our City’s Notables and Their Final Resting Places. By Wilda and Hal Sandy. 1984
10.) 1877 Plat map of Jim Bridger's Land in Jackson County, MO. (look at the most southwestern corner of map.)
11.) "Trailblazers Influenced the First Chapters of New Santa Fe"
12.) Kansas City Missouri: Its History and Its People 1808-1908. By Carrie Westlake Whitney. S. J. Clarke, Chicago, IL, 1908. pp. 24-26.
Fun Note: Johnny Horton sings a ballad about Jim Bridger. If you wish to hear the song, click here!
4.) Westport Historical Society, 4000 Baltimore, Kansas City
Red Bridge Road. Also stop at Minor Park to see the prairie schooner swales and read the DAR marker, on Red Bridge Road, between Holmes Road (east of) and the Bridge. Kansas City.
11.) National Frontier Trails Center, Independence.
13.) Findagrave #21552 and #134 [Note: There is no indication of a cemetery in the quiet neighborhood of 101st and Jefferson streets (just off Wornall Road), south Kansas City.]
14.) Mt. Washington Cemetery, 614 Brookside Dr., Independence