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Early map of Johnson County, Kansas with Olathe, Lenexa, Shawnee, Merriam, De Soto, Edgerton, Gardner, Spring Hill, Stilwell Johnson County, Kansas History and Genealogy

More than 500 pages of Johnson County, Kansas history and genealogy including 443 family biographies plus ten different maps featuring 46 Johnson County, Kansas settlements

An informative and historical overview of Johnson County, Kansas including three separate sections on one CD which include 10 historical maps (1851, 1862, 1883, 1886, 1899, 1902, 1905 (2), 1907, and 1911) showing the locations of 47 settlements; plus the full 1915 Standard Publishing Company "History of Johnson County, Kansas" book by Ed Blair, including 209 family biographies; plus the 1883 History of Johnson County, Kansas with 234 biographies from "The History of the State of Kansas" book by William G. Cutler (published in 1883 by A.T. Andreas).  An important resource for the study and research of Johnson County, Kansas history (including Civil War history) and genealogy.

Fully searchable - find any name or location instantly!

This fascinating and detailed CD contains ALL of the following material in three separate sections, ALL on one CD:

Section One of three, all on one CD: Maps of Johnson County, Kansas
Included here are the North East region of Kansas sections of 10 different historical maps:

A. A rare 1851 map that shows the area of Johnson County, Kansas, ten years before the State of Kansas was formed. The area that would become Kansas is shown as then divided among the various Indian tribes.  All spellings of Kansas on this map are as Kanzas.

B. A map of 1862 (during the Civil War) Johnson County, Kansas showing the locations of eight settlements: De Soto * Elizabeth T * Friends M * Gardner * Lexington * Olatha (Olathe) * Princeton * Shawnee Mission *

C. A map of 1883 Johnson County, Kansas showing the locations of 21 different settlements including the following: Black Bob * Bonita * Campbellton * Cedar Jct. * Choteau * Crozier * De Soto * De Soto Jct. * Gardner * Glenn * Hector * Lenexa * Merriam Park * Monticello * Morse * Olathe * Prairie Center *
Shawnee * Shawnee Mission * Stanley * Waseca *

D. A map of 1886 Johnson County, Kansas showing the locations of 12 different settlements including the following: Cedar Jct. * De Soto * Edgerton * Gardner * Glenn * Lenexa * Ocheltree * Olathe * Prairie City * Shawnee * Spring Hill * Stanley *

E. A map of 1899 Johnson County, Kansas showing the locations of 17 different settlements including the following: Bonita * De Soto * Edgerton * Gardner * Glenn * Lenexa * Meadow Brook * Morse * Newington * Ocheltree * Olathe * Phila * Shawnee * Spring Hill * Stanley * Stillwell * Zarah *

F. A map of 1902 Johnson County, Kansas showing the locations of 16 different settlements including the following: Cedar Jct. * De Soto * Edgerton * Gardner * Holliday * Lenexa * Merriam * Mission * Morse * Newington * Ocheltree * Olathe * Shawnee * Springhill (Spring Hill) * Stanley * Stilwell *

G. A map of 1905 (by Cram) Johnson County, Kansas showing the locations of 23 different settlements including the following: Bonita * Cedar Jct. * Cheltree * Choteau * Clare * De Soto * Edgerton * Elizabeth * Gardner * Holliday * Lenexa * Mastin * Merriam * Monticello * Morse * Pleasant View * Prairie Center * Shawnee * Spring Hill * Stanley * Stilwell * Wilder * Zarah *

H. A map of 1905 (by Peerless) Johnson County, Kansas showing the locations of 28 different settlements including the following: Bonita * Chouteau * Clare * Corliss * Craig * Desoto (De Soto) * Edgerton * Elizabeth * Gardner * Hector * Holliday * Jerusalem * Lackmans * Lenexa * Mastin * Merriam * Monticello * Morse * Ocheltree * Olathe * Pioneer * Prairie Center * Shawnee * Springhill (Spring Hill) * Stanley * Stillwell * Wilder * Zarah *

I. A map of 1907 Johnson County, Kansas showing the locations of 25 different settlements including the following: Bonita * Cedar Jct. * Cheltree * Chouteau * Clare * De Soto * Edgerton * Elizabeth * Gardner * Holliday * Lenexa * Loring * Mastin * Merriam * Monticello * Morse * Olathe * Pleasant View * Prairie Center * Shawnee * Springhill (Spring Hill) * Stanley * Stilwell * Wilder * Zarah *

J. A map of 1911 Johnson County, Kansas showing the locations of 18 different settlements including the following: Bonita * Clare * Corliss (or Cedar Jct.) * De Soto * Edgerton * Gardner * Holliday * Kenneth * Lenexa * Merriam * Morse * Ocheltree * Olathe * Shawnee * Spring Hill * Stanley * Stilwell * Zarah *

Section Two of three, all on one CD: The 1883 History of Johnson County, Kansas from The History of The State of Kansas  by William G. Cutler, published by A. T. Andreas
This detailed 1883 history has an incredible amount of historical and genealogical information about Johnson County, Kansas from its earliest settlement up to 1883. This is an exact photo replica of all the pages pertaining to Johnson County, Kansas including all of the historical and family biographical information. Included are a total of 234 different Johnson County, Kansas family biographies - family histories.

    Here is just some of the information included:

  • Partial Contents:
  • History of Johnson County, Kansas
  • Johnson County Boundaries
  • The First White Hunter in Johnson County
  • The Shawnee Indians
  • The Shawnee Indian Reservation
  • The First Settlers in Johnson County
  • The “Black Bob” Reservation
  • Early Political Troubles (pre Civil War - Border War)
  • The Civil War and Johnson County
  • Local Battles and Raids

  • Jennison’s Raid

  • Quantrill’s Raid

  • Johnson County Organized
  • Johnson County Officials (1857-1883)
  • Railroads in Johnson County
  • Shawnee Methodist Mission
  • Johnson County Cities, Towns and Villages:
  • Aubry

  • Bonita

  • De Soto

  • Edgerton

  • Gardner

  • Hector

  • Lenexa

  • Lexington

  • McCamish

  • Monticello

  • Ocheltree

  • Olathe

  • Oxford

  • Prairie Center

  • Shawnee

  • Spring Hill

  • Waseca

  • Johnson County Biographical Sketches
  • Included is a total of 234 Johnson County, Kansas family biographies including each of the following family surnames: (many other family surnames are also mentioned throughout the book text and within these family biographies) (an additional 209 family biographies are included in the additional book described below on this page):  Abbott * Addy * Ainsworth * Allen * Anderson * Anderton * Archer * Armstrong * Artman * Balch * Barrett * Beach * Beecroft * Bell * Boles * Bower * Brady * Breyfogle * Brickell * Bronaugh * Brown * Burch * Burgess * Burns * Burris * Burton * Bushong * Caddy * Campbell * Caress * Carpenter * Case * Casey * Castleman * Cave * Chamberlin * Clemmans * Collins * Conboy * Cook * Coons * Corless * Cornatzer * Crooks * Cross * Curtis * Davis * Dayton * Dennis * Dickson * Diehl * Dille * Dow * Dwyer * Dyche * Earnshaw * Egelston * Ellis * Everett * Ewing * Eylar * Farnham * Ferguson * Finch * Fisher * Foster * Frame * Fritz * Gaines * Garrett * Gasaway * Gellett * Giffen * Gilbert * Glynn * Grim * Hadley * Haigler * Hall * Hamill * Hancock * Harper * Harris * Haworth * Hayes * Hazlett * Heaton * Hedrick * Hibbard * Hill * Hisey * Hoagland * Hogue * Holcomb * Hollenback * Hubbard * Hull * Hundley * Hunting * Hutcheson * Hutchison * Jackson * Jessup * Johnson * Julien * Julien * Kay * Keeler * Kelly * Kennedy * Kenton * Kirby * Knauber * Kucker * Lamasney * Larrick * Laws * Leamer * Legate * Lewis * Lisle * Little * Livermore * Lott * Lovell * Luellen * Lusher * Mackey * Mahaffie * Mann * Mardis * Marquis * Marshall * Martin * Marvin * McBride * McCabe * McClintock * McKaig * McNulty * Mead * Milburn * Miller * Millikan * Mitchell * Moon * Morrow * Nall * Norvell * Ogg * Osborn * Oshel * Ott * Parker * Parmetar * Paul * Pearce * Pellet * Perley * Perry * Pettegrew * Pickering * Pilcher * Pratt * Ramey * Reitz * Reynolds * Robinson * Rogers * Rolf * Ryan * Schermerhorn * Scott * Shean * Shedden * Sipes * Slaughter * Slusher * Smith * Snelling * Spratt * Stahl * Stephenson * Stevenson * Stough * Stuck * Sylvester * Taylor * Tenison * Theis * Thomas * Thompson * Thorn * Towner * Uhl * Vestal * Victor * Walker * Wallick * Watts * Waugh * Wedd * Weikmann * Wertz * White * Wiedenman * Wiley * Wilson * Wyrick * Young *

    Section Three of three, all on one CD: The 1915 History of Johnson County, Kansas by Ed Blair
    This detailed (483 pages in all) 1915 history has an incredible amount of historical and genealogical information about Johnson County, Kansas from its earliest settlement up to 1915. This is an exact photo replica of all the pages pertaining to Johnson County, Kansas including all of the historical and family biographical information. Included are a total of 209 different Johnson County, Kansas family biographies - family histories.

      Here is just some of the information included:

  • Partial Contents:
  • History of Johnson County, Kansas
  • Primitive Period
  • Indian Tribes and Early Explorers in Johnson County
  • Indian Treaties
  • Black Bob Reservation
  • A Shawnee Tradition
  • Chief Blue Jacket
  • Early Trappers and Traders Johnson County
  • Indian Missions
  • Manuel Training School
  • Rev. Thomas Johnson
  • Charles Bluejacket
  • Joseph Park and Paschal Fish
  • Mission Abandoned
  • The Baptist Mission
  • The Quaker Mission
  • The Santa Fe Trail
  • Organization of Johnson County
  • Johnson County Officials 1863 to 1915
  • Border Trouble
  • Early Events and Institutions
  • First Marriage in Johnson County
  • Old Settlers of 1857 in Johnson County
  • Quantrill Visits Shawnee
  • The Civil War and Border War in Johnson County
  • General Order No. 11

  • Battle of Westport

  • Beginning of Quantrill’s Band

  • When Quantrill Raided Olathe

  • Quantrill on Way to Raid Lawrence

  • Spring Hill Looted

  • The Red Legs

  • Battle of Bull Creek

  • Battle of Blowhard

  • War-Time News Clippings

  • Grand Army of The Republic

  • Johnson County Public Schools
  • Railroads in Johnson County
  • Pioneer Railroad Builders

  • Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad

  • Kansas Midland Railroad

  • What The First White Woman Saw
  • Early Day Events in Johnson County
  • Johnson County Cities, Towns and Villages:
  • Aubry

  • Bonita

  • De Soto

  • Edgerton

  • Gardner

  • Kenneth

  • Lenexa

  • Merriam

  • Monticello

  • Morse

  • Ocheltree

  • Olathe

  • Overland Park

  • Oxford

  • Shawnee

  • Spring Hill

  • Stanley

  • Stilwell

  • Wilder

  • Johnson County Biographical Sketches
  • Included is a total of 209 Johnson County, Kansas family biographies including each of the following family surnames: (several thousand other family surnames are also mentioned throughout the book text and within these family biographies) (an additional 234 family biographies are included in the additional book described above on this page):  Adair * Ainsworth * Allison * Anderson * Azendorf * Bell * Berkshire * Black * Blair * Bluejacket * Bradley * Bradshaw * Branick * Braun * Breyfogle * Brown * Bruner * Buckley * Burgess * Burke * Busch * Caenen * Calvert * Carpenter * Carroll * Case * Cave * Chamberlin * Champion * Clark * Coker * Cook * Cosgrove * Crawford * Dare * Day * De Tar * De Vault * Delahunt * Deweese * Donham * Dowell * Dwyer * Edgington * Elliott * Ellis * England * Fagan * Ferguson * Folmer * Foster * Fraser * Graham * Graves * Gray * Greer * Hale * Hancock * Haney * Hannon * Harbour * Harrison * Haskin * Hatfield * Hayden * Hedrick * Heider * Hendrix * Henry * Hershey * Hodges * Hogue * Hollenback * Holmes * Howell * Huff * Huggins * Hundley * Hunt * Irvin * James * Jessup * Johnson * Kellogg * Kelly * King * Klusman * Knabe * Knox * Krumm * Kuhlman * Lansdown * Lanter * Legler * Lemen * Lesueur * Linn * Little * Lorimer * Lott * Marty * Mathews * McAnany * McCann * McCarthy * McClintock * McFeatters * McKaig * McKoin * Meredith * Miller * Millikan * Mize * Moll * Moon * Moore * Mossman * Mower * Murdock * Murphy * Murray * Nall * Nance * Newton * Noland * Ording * Pack * Parks * Pearce * Pellett * Pettyjohn * Phillips * Post * Rankin * Rea * Rebsamen * Reeder * Riley * Rose * Rudy * Rutter * Ruttinger * Ryan * Secrest * Sharpe * Shellhammer * Sheridan * Simpson * Sitterman * Sloan * Smallwood * Smith * Sowers * Speer * Steed * Stephenson * Strang * Strongman * Swank * Taggart * Taylor * Thorne * Tibbetts * Tillotson * Todd * Toynbee * Turner * Uhls * Walker * Wallace* Walmer * Warner * Wedd * Weeks * Wickens * Widmer * Wilkerson * Wilkinson * Williams * Wilson * Young * Zehring * Zimmerman *

    Johnson County is located in east central Kansas and is bordered by:  Jackson County, Missouri * Cass County, Missouri * Miami County, Kansas * Douglas County, Kansas * Leavenworth County, Kansas * and Wyandotte County, Kansas * (click on highlighted county names for a complete description)

    Each of the two sections on this CD is in Adobe Acrobat pdf format and requires the free Acrobat Reader program to view. You probably already have this program on your computer but if not, a free copy of the program is included on the CD. Each of the books is designed to look just like a regular book and is bookmarked to move easily and quickly from one section another. This CD was designed by, and is available exclusively from Hearthstone Legacy Publications.

    Fully searchable - find any name or location instantly!

    The cost for this CD containing all three sections described above is only $9.95 plus shipping, or only $5.95 as a digital download. A large amount of history and genealogy information for very little cost! A truly fascinating view of Johnson County, Kansas from its first settlement to 1915.

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    FREE sample page available.

    If you would like to see an actual page from the Standard Publishing Company 1915 History of Johnson County, Kansas book by Ed Blair included on this CD, simply email a request to: Sample@HearthstoneLegacy.com to request a free sample page (sent to you by email) and see the quality of this book on CD for yourself!  Since we sell many different Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, and Tennessee County History CDs, please be sure to specify that you wish to see the sample from the Johnson County, Kansas history.

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