Easy & free access to Mississippi Valley Historical Review

In my September 21st blog post, I mentioned The Mississippi Valley Historical Review. I had a couple inquiries about where to find this journal. The answer is simple and many old issues can be accessed via your home computer for free. Several of those are listed below. You can also check Worldcat.org to see if a library near your home carries all back issues. A large public, historical, or university library may also have the back issues. I am in favor of those in-person visits because you may find other gems that are not yet digitized. Issues that are out of copyright may have a cost to use online.

  • Archive.org
  • Books.Google.com
  • HathiTrust.org
  • JSTOR.org

I found these three interesting articles for free on JSTOR:

  • “The First Railroad between the Mississippi and Lake Superior” (by Lester Burrell Shippee,
    The Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Vol. 5, No. 2 (Sep., 1918), pp. 121-142)
  • “The Iowa–Missouri Disputed Boundary” (by Claude S. Larzelere, Harlow Lindley and Bernard C. Steiner, The Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Vol. 3, No. 1 (Jun., 1916), pp. 77-87)
  • “Andrew Johnson and the Early Phases of the Homestead Bill” (by St. George L. Sioussat,
    The Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Vol. 5, No. 3 (Dec., 1918), pp. 253-287
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