from Mexico Intelligencer May 23, 1889 -List of patients from Audrain county with their dates of admission, presently at the Asylum for the Insane at Fulton, Mo.
Civil War Reminiscences, ( Pasqueth) Mar. 25, 1937 p 6/5 & 6 Mexico Ledger
Rush Hill Community Church from the Mexico, Mo Message May 20, 1915 5/3,4 & 5
The Community of Thompson from the Mexico, Mo Message November 27, 1913 page 1 cols 4 & 5
Village of Rush Hill Weekly Ledger Nov. 24, 1910 p1 col 6
Young's Creek Post Office from the St. James Journal, 5 Oct. 1901
Early Banking Article from Mexico Weekly Ledger Nov. 8, 1923 pg 6 cols 3 & 4
1929 Article from the Confederate Veteran by Joe Lee Bomar, narrative as told by his father.
Martha Scott Johnson, born a slave, honored on her 90th birthday, a respected and beloved citizen of Mexico
Scott Baskett house torn down -from Weekly Intelligencer Aug. 11, 1910 2/3
Destruction of Old Lewellyn Home on North Jefferson from Mexico Ledger 25 yrs ago col.
Killings at Martinsburg from Copied from Mexico Intelligencer (weekly) Dec. 20, 1888 p3 c1, 2, 3 & p6 c1
Newspaper article on the death Lieut. Ira Luther Cooper, of the St. Louis police department, one of the highest ranking colored police officers in the United States. Family lived in Mexico, some annotation.
Early Banking in Mexico Mexico Weekly Ledger Nov. 8, 1923 pg 6 cols 3 & 4
Man Who Served With Quantrell’s Band in Civil War Had Lived Here Over Half Century
Slave Once Sold at Auction Here is Almost 100 Mexico Weekly :Ledger, May 19, 1932 p3 c2
The Ham Brown Massacre The Mexico Weekly Ledger June 30, 1932-the lone Audrain County survivor
Audrain County Newspapers Excerpts from The Intelligencer (weekly) Feb. 14, 1907 pg 2 col 3 through May 30, 1907 & From The Mexico Mo Message, 28 Aug. 1913 pg 1 col 7 new
Mexico Weekly Intelligencer 1910 vital stats- births, deaths, marriages
Mexico Intelligencer (weekly) 1889 lots of births, deaths and marriages
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