The conduct of the people in these villages was quite different from the course of those residing above Jefferson City.
Price says he is going to Jefferson City as soon as they are organized.
I found a good many troops in Jefferson City, but in the greatest confusion, and no one person knew where they all were.
He is now deputy marshal of Jefferson City, and is a faithful officer.
There were but five hundred men guarding the important post of Jefferson City.
Their organs in Missouri assumed an unfriendly tone towards the convention, which was to meet in Jefferson City.
For the last two days the troops have been leaving Jefferson City, and the densely peopled hills are bare.
At Jefferson City a man had come aboard of the boat who seemed almost as much alone as myself.
Wonder if we could go around by Jefferson City and stop off there?
Then, if you gentlemen are successful here, and capture Fulton and Jefferson City, our brightest hopes will be fulfilled.
originally a name for a group of native peoples among Chiwere (Siouan) tribes, from an Algonquian word recorded c.1700, literally "people of the big canoes." The expression I'm from Missouri, you'll have to show me is attested from at least c.1880. Related: Missourian.