Missouri Historical Review Online

The State Historical Society of Missouri is pleased to make past issues of the Missouri Historical Review –from 1906 through 2001—available online: http://shs.umsystem.edu

This award-winning scholarly journal is published quarterly and has been the cornerstone of the Society’s publication division for over one hundred years.  Richly illustrated and featuring contemporary scholarship on all facets of state and regional history, the journal also contains reviews of recently published books and offers notes and short pieces on local culture and Missouri life.  Users will find within each issue a wealth of information on significant events and persons in Missouri history as authors have explored the political culture of antebellum days, Civil War battles and politics, religious and ethnic heritage in the state, and a wide variety of other topics.

Researchers can search the online Missouri Historical Review by keyword or browse through pages for more general findings.  Volumes are added to the online database once they are ten years old.   Researchers needing information or articles in issues dating from 2001 to the present should contact the Society at (573) 882-7083.

The State Historical Society of Missouri was established in 1898 and is located on the University of Missouri campus in Columbia.  Its mission is to collect, preserve, make accessible, and publish the history of Missouri.  The Missouri Historical Review is a benefit of membership in the Society.

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