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What is certain is that Morgan Boone allied himself with friends and family in St.

Charles County to exploit Ozarks yellow pine in a Boone-family commercial enterprise dependent upon river transport.

In October, 1818, the federal government opened public land sales in Missouri Territory, immigration was rapidly increasing, residents began talking of statehood, and pine lumber from the “Gasconade Mills” region was floating toward St. Family histories relate that most of the Gasconade Mills’ sawyers had previously lived in Kentucky and that the “Gasconade Mills” vernacular term applied to the Little Piney Creek and Big Piney River valleys.

Farmers became traders, at least seasonally, as they sought profits in agriculture, stock, and natural resources.

In the early nineteenth century, Missourians plied the waterways, moving goods and services throughout the interior counties.

The earlier Mc Donald and Pattie sites were on Big Piney; Archibald Mc Donald and Alexander Willard’s mill was on Little Piney Creek. In 1816, base lines for congressional townships were recorded in St.

Louis, and surveys up the Missouri River proceeded, as the federal government prepared to open land offices.

In October, 1818, the federal government opened public land sales in Missouri Territory, immigration was rapidly increasing, residents began talking of statehood, and pine lumber from the “Gasconade Mills” region was floating toward St. Family histories relate that most of the Gasconade Mills’ sawyers had previously lived in Kentucky and that the “Gasconade Mills” vernacular term applied to the Little Piney Creek and Big Piney River valleys.

Farmers became traders, at least seasonally, as they sought profits in agriculture, stock, and natural resources.

In the early nineteenth century, Missourians plied the waterways, moving goods and services throughout the interior counties.

The earlier Mc Donald and Pattie sites were on Big Piney; Archibald Mc Donald and Alexander Willard’s mill was on Little Piney Creek. In 1816, base lines for congressional townships were recorded in St.

Louis, and surveys up the Missouri River proceeded, as the federal government prepared to open land offices.

By statehood he was one of a half-dozen pine plank sawmillers who supplied the expensive, soft yellow pine to builders in the Lower Missouri River Valley.