Colonial Missouri

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History Of Missouri - European Exploration and Colonization: 1673–1820 - Economy and Culture of Colonial Missouri
... along the Mississippi in present-day Missouri ... Religion in colonial Missouri was a strong element of cultural life, and the Catholic Church had been a significant part of life among the colonists since the earliest settlements ... Through 1773, Missouri parishes lacked resident priests, and residents were served by traveling priests from the east side of the Mississippi ...

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