The Resource Blockchain : a practical guide to developing business, law, and technology solutions, Joseph J. Bambara, Paul R. Allen, (electronic resource)

Blockchain : a practical guide to developing business, law, and technology solutions, Joseph J. Bambara, Paul R. Allen, (electronic resource)

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Blockchain : a practical guide to developing business, law, and technology solutions
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Blockchain
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a practical guide to developing business, law, and technology solutions
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Joseph J. Bambara, Paul R. Allen
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eng
Summary
A guide on how to build and maintain effective, reliable, and transparent blockchain solutions for business, law, and technology covers best practices, validation, implementation, and troubleshooting, demonstrating each topic through a case study
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Bambara, Joseph J
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005.74
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QA76.9.D32
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B34 2018
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1964-
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Allen, Paul R.
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  • Blockchains (Databases)
  • Electronic commerce
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adult
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Blockchain : a practical guide to developing business, law, and technology solutions, Joseph J. Bambara, Paul R. Allen, (electronic resource)
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Contents
  • 7
  • Smart Contracts on the Blockchain
  • 46
  • Trust Problem
  • 46
  • Blockchain Details
  • 48
  • Blockchain IoT Protocol Projects
  • 52
  • Summary
  • 53
  • Trust: The Byzantine Generals Problem
  • Chapter 3
  • Technology Use Cases
  • 55
  • Web Versions 1 and 2
  • 56
  • Web 3.0
  • 57
  • Distributed Storage Systems
  • 59
  • InterPlanetary File System
  • 8
  • 59
  • Swarm
  • 62
  • Storj
  • 65
  • Distributed Computation
  • 66
  • Golem
  • 67
  • Zennet
  • Byzantine Generals Problem Explained: Why Trust Is So Important
  • 68
  • Decentralized Communications
  • 69
  • Existing Decentralized Communications
  • 70
  • Whisper
  • 70
  • Summary
  • 72
  • Chapter 4
  • 8
  • Legal and Governance Use Cases
  • 75
  • Blockchain Changes the Legal Landscape
  • 76
  • Cryptocurrencies as Legal Tender
  • 76
  • Blockchain and Privacy Laws
  • 79
  • Legal Ramifications of Blockchain Records
  • 81
  • Byzantine Fault Tolerance in Use Today: Why Airplanes Are Safe
  • Beginning of Autonomous Law: Smart Contract
  • 82
  • Smart Contract Evolution
  • 83
  • Smart Contract Components
  • 83
  • Smart Contract Benefits
  • 84
  • Smart Contract Challenges
  • 85
  • 10
  • Smart Contract Risks
  • 85
  • Smart Contract Legal Challenges
  • 85
  • Blockchain as Evidence and Digital Signature
  • 87
  • Smart Contract Design Example
  • 88
  • Is an Advertising Payment Application a Blockchain Fit?
  • 89
  • Satoshi Nakamoto's Blockchain Breakthrough
  • Defining Contract Data Structures
  • 92
  • Smart Contract Events
  • 93
  • Smart Contract Functions
  • 93
  • Smart Contracts in Practice
  • 95
  • Decentralized Autonomous Organizations
  • 96
  • 11
  • DAO and Jurisdiction
  • 97
  • DAO Service-Level Liability
  • 99
  • DAO Liability for Contract Breach
  • 99
  • DAO and Intellectual Property
  • 99
  • DAO and Who or What Is Responsible
  • 100
  • Satoshi Nakamoto: The Man, the Myth, the Mystery
  • DAO Compliance with Financial Services Regulation
  • 100
  • DAO and Exiting a Contract
  • 100
  • DAO Data as Property
  • 100
  • DAO and Due Diligence
  • 101
  • Summary
  • 101
  • Chapter 1
  • 11
  • Chapter 5
  • Technology on Ethereum
  • 103
  • Ethereum Accounts
  • 105
  • Ether the Cryptocurrency
  • 105
  • Obtaining Ether
  • 106
  • Mining in Ethereum
  • Satoshi Nakamoto: Timing Is Everything
  • 107
  • Ethereum Work
  • 110
  • Transactions
  • 110
  • Network Fuel (Gas)
  • 111
  • Messages
  • 111
  • Ethereum Block
  • 12
  • 115
  • State Transition Function (STF)
  • 116
  • Code Execution
  • 117
  • Turing Complete
  • 118
  • Scalability
  • 119
  • Infrastructure: Storage and Communication
  • Blockchain: Underpinning of Cryptocurrency
  • 120
  • Decentralized Applications
  • 122
  • Profile of a Dapp
  • 122
  • Decentralized Autonomous Organizations
  • 123
  • Summary
  • 124
  • Chapter 6
  • 13
  • Fast-Track Application Tutorial
  • 125
  • Introducing Solidity
  • 125
  • Solidity Basics
  • 126
  • Solidity Functions and Parameters
  • 134
  • Layout of Storage
  • 137
  • Types of Blockchain
  • Run Ethereum Dapps in Your Browser
  • 138
  • Installing MetaMask
  • 139
  • Developing a Contract Using MetaMask
  • 139
  • Remix/Browser Solidity
  • 140
  • Develop a Simple Smart Contract
  • 140
  • 13
  • Deploy the Smart Contract
  • 141
  • Validate the Smart Contract
  • 142
  • Next Step: Try Truffle
  • 143
  • Summary
  • 143
  • Chapter 7
  • Ethereum Application Best Practices
  • Public Blockchains
  • 145
  • Ethereum Blockchain Development
  • 145
  • Setting Up the Development Environment for Truffle
  • 145
  • Set Up a Truffle Project
  • 146
  • Truffle Directory Structure
  • 146
  • Ethereum Blockchain Development: Best Practices
  • 13
  • 146
  • Blockchain Technologies
  • 147
  • Solidity Basics Continued
  • 148
  • Calling Contracts from Contracts
  • 149
  • Handling Events
  • 151
  • Smart Contract Design
  • Consortium Blockchains
  • 154
  • Modules and Interfaces
  • 154
  • Security and Roles
  • 155
  • Single Contract Design
  • 156
  • Linked Contracts
  • 156
  • User-Specific Contracts
  • Introduction to Blockchain
  • 14
  • 158
  • Handling Persistent Contract Addresses
  • 160
  • Halting a Contract
  • 162
  • Smart Contract Life Cycle: Migration
  • 163
  • Smart Contract Interaction with Users and Enterprise Applications
  • 164
  • Debugging Your Smart Contract
  • Private Blockchains
  • 164
  • Debugging Using Remix
  • 164
  • Debugging Using Events
  • 165
  • Smart Contract Validation
  • 165
  • Types of Tests
  • 165
  • Dry Run Using Private Nets
  • 14
  • 167
  • Autopsy of a Wallet Bug
  • 169
  • Future
  • 171
  • Summary
  • 172
  • Chapter 8
  • Private Blockchain Platforms and Use Cases
  • 173
  • Comparing Blockchains
  • Categories of Blockchain
  • 174
  • Private Blockchain Use Cases
  • 175
  • Private Blockchain Technology
  • 176
  • AlphaPoint Distributed Ledger Platform
  • 176
  • Chain Core
  • 177
  • 14
  • Corda
  • 177
  • Domus Tower
  • 177
  • Elements Project
  • 178
  • HydraChain
  • 179
  • Hyperledger
  • 179
  • Blockchain Implementations
  • Interbit
  • 197
  • Monax
  • 197
  • MultiChain
  • 213
  • Openchain
  • 214
  • Quorum
  • 214
  • 15
  • Stellar
  • 215
  • Symbiont Assembly
  • 215
  • Summary
  • 215
  • Chapter 9
  • Challenges
  • 217
  • Blockchain Governance Challenges
  • Bitcoin
  • 218
  • Bitcoin Blocksize Debate
  • 218
  • Ethereum DAO Fork
  • 220
  • Ethereum's Move to PoS and Scaling Challenges
  • 221
  • Blockchain Technical Challenges
  • 221
  • Bugs in the Core Code
  • 16
  • 221
  • Denial-of-Service Attacks
  • 222
  • Security in Smart Contracts
  • 223
  • Scaling
  • 228
  • Sharding
  • 229
  • Summary
  • Namecoin
  • 231
  • Chapter 10
  • Sample Application: Blockchain and Betting
  • 233
  • What Is a Dapp?
  • 233
  • Introduction to Lotteries, Betting, and Gambling on the Blockchain
  • 234
  • Setting Up a Development Environment
  • 236
  • 1
  • 22
  • Syncing an Ethereum Node
  • 236
  • Creating and Configuring a Private Development Chain
  • 237
  • Creating a Killable Contract
  • 238
  • Compiling the Contract
  • 240
  • Deploying a Contract
  • 240
  • Ripple
  • Contract Debugging and Interaction
  • 243
  • Defining Data Structures
  • 245
  • Enumerables
  • 247
  • Storage Variables
  • 247
  • Events
  • 248
  • 22
  • Functions
  • 248
  • Creating a Game
  • 249
  • Bidding
  • 250
  • Scoring Games and Payouts
  • 259
  • Withdrawing
  • 260
  • Ethereum
  • Reading Games
  • 261
  • Reading Bids
  • 261
  • Summary
  • 263
  • Chapter 11
  • Deploying the Sample Application: Blockchain and Betting
  • 265
  • Deploying Full Contract
  • 23
  • 265
  • Deploying to the Mainnet
  • 266
  • Seeding Data
  • 266
  • Front-End User Interface
  • 271
  • Pages in the User Interface
  • 271
  • Displaying Games
  • Blockchain Collaborative Implementations
  • 271
  • Bet Page Markup
  • 277
  • Displaying Game Information
  • 280
  • Displaying Open Bids
  • 281
  • Displaying Bets
  • 282
  • Placing Bids/Bets
  • 24
  • 283
  • Scoring Games
  • 287
  • Withdrawing Money
  • 288
  • Deploying to AWS
  • 290
  • Summary
  • 290
  • Hyperledger
  • 24
  • Corda
  • Blockchain: An Information Technology
  • 25
  • Blockchain in Practical Use Today
  • 26
  • Blockchain in the Financial Technology Space
  • 27
  • Blockchain in the Sharing Economy
  • 27
  • Blockchain and Real Estate
  • 28
  • Blockchain and Identity
  • 6
  • 28
  • Blockchain and the Practice of Law
  • 29
  • Blockchain Decentralized File Storage
  • 30
  • Decentralized Autonomous Organizations
  • 30
  • Blockchain and Cloud Computing
  • 31
  • Blockchain Gambling and Betting
  • A Distributed Trusted Information Technology
  • 31
  • Summary
  • 31
  • Chapter 2
  • Buiness Use Cases
  • 33
  • Currency and Tokens
  • 33
  • Cryptocurrency
  • 33
  • 6
  • Digital Tokens
  • 36
  • Financial Services Use Cases
  • 37
  • Know Your Customer (KYC) Use Case
  • 37
  • Asset Management Settlement Use Case
  • 38
  • Insurance Claims Processing Use Case
  • 38
  • Implementation Trends
  • Trade Finance (Supply Chain) Use Case
  • 40
  • Global Payments Use Case
  • 41
  • Smart Property
  • 42
  • Transferring Ownership of Smart Property
  • 43
  • Using Smart Property as Collateral
  • 45
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9781260115864
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  • (Sirsi) 1028995725
  • (OCoLC)1028995725
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Blockchain : a practical guide to developing business, law, and technology solutions, Joseph J. Bambara, Paul R. Allen, (electronic resource)
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Publication
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Carrier category code
cr
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Content category
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Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 7
  • Smart Contracts on the Blockchain
  • 46
  • Trust Problem
  • 46
  • Blockchain Details
  • 48
  • Blockchain IoT Protocol Projects
  • 52
  • Summary
  • 53
  • Trust: The Byzantine Generals Problem
  • Chapter 3
  • Technology Use Cases
  • 55
  • Web Versions 1 and 2
  • 56
  • Web 3.0
  • 57
  • Distributed Storage Systems
  • 59
  • InterPlanetary File System
  • 8
  • 59
  • Swarm
  • 62
  • Storj
  • 65
  • Distributed Computation
  • 66
  • Golem
  • 67
  • Zennet
  • Byzantine Generals Problem Explained: Why Trust Is So Important
  • 68
  • Decentralized Communications
  • 69
  • Existing Decentralized Communications
  • 70
  • Whisper
  • 70
  • Summary
  • 72
  • Chapter 4
  • 8
  • Legal and Governance Use Cases
  • 75
  • Blockchain Changes the Legal Landscape
  • 76
  • Cryptocurrencies as Legal Tender
  • 76
  • Blockchain and Privacy Laws
  • 79
  • Legal Ramifications of Blockchain Records
  • 81
  • Byzantine Fault Tolerance in Use Today: Why Airplanes Are Safe
  • Beginning of Autonomous Law: Smart Contract
  • 82
  • Smart Contract Evolution
  • 83
  • Smart Contract Components
  • 83
  • Smart Contract Benefits
  • 84
  • Smart Contract Challenges
  • 85
  • 10
  • Smart Contract Risks
  • 85
  • Smart Contract Legal Challenges
  • 85
  • Blockchain as Evidence and Digital Signature
  • 87
  • Smart Contract Design Example
  • 88
  • Is an Advertising Payment Application a Blockchain Fit?
  • 89
  • Satoshi Nakamoto's Blockchain Breakthrough
  • Defining Contract Data Structures
  • 92
  • Smart Contract Events
  • 93
  • Smart Contract Functions
  • 93
  • Smart Contracts in Practice
  • 95
  • Decentralized Autonomous Organizations
  • 96
  • 11
  • DAO and Jurisdiction
  • 97
  • DAO Service-Level Liability
  • 99
  • DAO Liability for Contract Breach
  • 99
  • DAO and Intellectual Property
  • 99
  • DAO and Who or What Is Responsible
  • 100
  • Satoshi Nakamoto: The Man, the Myth, the Mystery
  • DAO Compliance with Financial Services Regulation
  • 100
  • DAO and Exiting a Contract
  • 100
  • DAO Data as Property
  • 100
  • DAO and Due Diligence
  • 101
  • Summary
  • 101
  • Chapter 1
  • 11
  • Chapter 5
  • Technology on Ethereum
  • 103
  • Ethereum Accounts
  • 105
  • Ether the Cryptocurrency
  • 105
  • Obtaining Ether
  • 106
  • Mining in Ethereum
  • Satoshi Nakamoto: Timing Is Everything
  • 107
  • Ethereum Work
  • 110
  • Transactions
  • 110
  • Network Fuel (Gas)
  • 111
  • Messages
  • 111
  • Ethereum Block
  • 12
  • 115
  • State Transition Function (STF)
  • 116
  • Code Execution
  • 117
  • Turing Complete
  • 118
  • Scalability
  • 119
  • Infrastructure: Storage and Communication
  • Blockchain: Underpinning of Cryptocurrency
  • 120
  • Decentralized Applications
  • 122
  • Profile of a Dapp
  • 122
  • Decentralized Autonomous Organizations
  • 123
  • Summary
  • 124
  • Chapter 6
  • 13
  • Fast-Track Application Tutorial
  • 125
  • Introducing Solidity
  • 125
  • Solidity Basics
  • 126
  • Solidity Functions and Parameters
  • 134
  • Layout of Storage
  • 137
  • Types of Blockchain
  • Run Ethereum Dapps in Your Browser
  • 138
  • Installing MetaMask
  • 139
  • Developing a Contract Using MetaMask
  • 139
  • Remix/Browser Solidity
  • 140
  • Develop a Simple Smart Contract
  • 140
  • 13
  • Deploy the Smart Contract
  • 141
  • Validate the Smart Contract
  • 142
  • Next Step: Try Truffle
  • 143
  • Summary
  • 143
  • Chapter 7
  • Ethereum Application Best Practices
  • Public Blockchains
  • 145
  • Ethereum Blockchain Development
  • 145
  • Setting Up the Development Environment for Truffle
  • 145
  • Set Up a Truffle Project
  • 146
  • Truffle Directory Structure
  • 146
  • Ethereum Blockchain Development: Best Practices
  • 13
  • 146
  • Blockchain Technologies
  • 147
  • Solidity Basics Continued
  • 148
  • Calling Contracts from Contracts
  • 149
  • Handling Events
  • 151
  • Smart Contract Design
  • Consortium Blockchains
  • 154
  • Modules and Interfaces
  • 154
  • Security and Roles
  • 155
  • Single Contract Design
  • 156
  • Linked Contracts
  • 156
  • User-Specific Contracts
  • Introduction to Blockchain
  • 14
  • 158
  • Handling Persistent Contract Addresses
  • 160
  • Halting a Contract
  • 162
  • Smart Contract Life Cycle: Migration
  • 163
  • Smart Contract Interaction with Users and Enterprise Applications
  • 164
  • Debugging Your Smart Contract
  • Private Blockchains
  • 164
  • Debugging Using Remix
  • 164
  • Debugging Using Events
  • 165
  • Smart Contract Validation
  • 165
  • Types of Tests
  • 165
  • Dry Run Using Private Nets
  • 14
  • 167
  • Autopsy of a Wallet Bug
  • 169
  • Future
  • 171
  • Summary
  • 172
  • Chapter 8
  • Private Blockchain Platforms and Use Cases
  • 173
  • Comparing Blockchains
  • Categories of Blockchain
  • 174
  • Private Blockchain Use Cases
  • 175
  • Private Blockchain Technology
  • 176
  • AlphaPoint Distributed Ledger Platform
  • 176
  • Chain Core
  • 177
  • 14
  • Corda
  • 177
  • Domus Tower
  • 177
  • Elements Project
  • 178
  • HydraChain
  • 179
  • Hyperledger
  • 179
  • Blockchain Implementations
  • Interbit
  • 197
  • Monax
  • 197
  • MultiChain
  • 213
  • Openchain
  • 214
  • Quorum
  • 214
  • 15
  • Stellar
  • 215
  • Symbiont Assembly
  • 215
  • Summary
  • 215
  • Chapter 9
  • Challenges
  • 217
  • Blockchain Governance Challenges
  • Bitcoin
  • 218
  • Bitcoin Blocksize Debate
  • 218
  • Ethereum DAO Fork
  • 220
  • Ethereum's Move to PoS and Scaling Challenges
  • 221
  • Blockchain Technical Challenges
  • 221
  • Bugs in the Core Code
  • 16
  • 221
  • Denial-of-Service Attacks
  • 222
  • Security in Smart Contracts
  • 223
  • Scaling
  • 228
  • Sharding
  • 229
  • Summary
  • Namecoin
  • 231
  • Chapter 10
  • Sample Application: Blockchain and Betting
  • 233
  • What Is a Dapp?
  • 233
  • Introduction to Lotteries, Betting, and Gambling on the Blockchain
  • 234
  • Setting Up a Development Environment
  • 236
  • 1
  • 22
  • Syncing an Ethereum Node
  • 236
  • Creating and Configuring a Private Development Chain
  • 237
  • Creating a Killable Contract
  • 238
  • Compiling the Contract
  • 240
  • Deploying a Contract
  • 240
  • Ripple
  • Contract Debugging and Interaction
  • 243
  • Defining Data Structures
  • 245
  • Enumerables
  • 247
  • Storage Variables
  • 247
  • Events
  • 248
  • 22
  • Functions
  • 248
  • Creating a Game
  • 249
  • Bidding
  • 250
  • Scoring Games and Payouts
  • 259
  • Withdrawing
  • 260
  • Ethereum
  • Reading Games
  • 261
  • Reading Bids
  • 261
  • Summary
  • 263
  • Chapter 11
  • Deploying the Sample Application: Blockchain and Betting
  • 265
  • Deploying Full Contract
  • 23
  • 265
  • Deploying to the Mainnet
  • 266
  • Seeding Data
  • 266
  • Front-End User Interface
  • 271
  • Pages in the User Interface
  • 271
  • Displaying Games
  • Blockchain Collaborative Implementations
  • 271
  • Bet Page Markup
  • 277
  • Displaying Game Information
  • 280
  • Displaying Open Bids
  • 281
  • Displaying Bets
  • 282
  • Placing Bids/Bets
  • 24
  • 283
  • Scoring Games
  • 287
  • Withdrawing Money
  • 288
  • Deploying to AWS
  • 290
  • Summary
  • 290
  • Hyperledger
  • 24
  • Corda
  • Blockchain: An Information Technology
  • 25
  • Blockchain in Practical Use Today
  • 26
  • Blockchain in the Financial Technology Space
  • 27
  • Blockchain in the Sharing Economy
  • 27
  • Blockchain and Real Estate
  • 28
  • Blockchain and Identity
  • 6
  • 28
  • Blockchain and the Practice of Law
  • 29
  • Blockchain Decentralized File Storage
  • 30
  • Decentralized Autonomous Organizations
  • 30
  • Blockchain and Cloud Computing
  • 31
  • Blockchain Gambling and Betting
  • A Distributed Trusted Information Technology
  • 31
  • Summary
  • 31
  • Chapter 2
  • Buiness Use Cases
  • 33
  • Currency and Tokens
  • 33
  • Cryptocurrency
  • 33
  • 6
  • Digital Tokens
  • 36
  • Financial Services Use Cases
  • 37
  • Know Your Customer (KYC) Use Case
  • 37
  • Asset Management Settlement Use Case
  • 38
  • Insurance Claims Processing Use Case
  • 38
  • Implementation Trends
  • Trade Finance (Supply Chain) Use Case
  • 40
  • Global Payments Use Case
  • 41
  • Smart Property
  • 42
  • Transferring Ownership of Smart Property
  • 43
  • Using Smart Property as Collateral
  • 45
Control code
1028995725
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (1 volume)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781260115864
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other physical details
illustrations
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
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Stock number
CL0500000948
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 1028995725
  • (OCoLC)1028995725

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    211 N. Bynum Road, Lone Jack, MO, 64070, US
    38.872371 -94.172528
  • Marlborough Community Center (Library-to-Go)Borrow it
    8200 Paseo Blvd, Kansas City, MO, 64131, US
    38.9789396 -94.5672338
  • Midwest Genealogy CenterBorrow it
    3440 S. Lee's Summit Road, Independence, MO, 64055, US
    39.055851 -94.391098
  • North Independence BranchBorrow it
    317 W. 24 Hwy., Independence, MO, 64050 , US
    39.100794 -94.418828
  • North Oak BranchBorrow it
    8700 N. Oak Street Tfwy., Kansas City, MO, 64155 , US
    39.251581 -94.576666
  • Oak Grove BranchBorrow it
    2320 S. Broadway St., Oak Grove, MO, 64075, US
    38.99155 -94.13043
  • Parkville BranchBorrow it
    8815 Tom Watson Pkwy., Parkville, MO, 64152 , US
    39.2099 -94.68334
  • Platte City BranchBorrow it
    2702 N.W. Prairie View Road, Platte City, MO, 64079, US
    39.348257 -94.758381
  • Platte County Resouce Center (Library-To-Go)Borrow it
    11724 NW Plaza Circle, Kansas City, MO, 64153, US
    39.305988 -94.685134
  • Raytown BranchBorrow it
    6131 Raytown Road, Raytown, MO, 64133, US
    39.010894 -94.462706
  • Red Bridge BranchBorrow it
    11140 Locust St., Kansas City, MO, 64131, US
    38.92449 -94.58647
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    2700 N.W. Vivion Road, Riverside, MO, 64150, US
    39.178749 -94.612022
  • Smithville BranchBorrow it
    120 Richardson St., Smithville, MO, 64089, US
    39.373305 -94.582329
  • South Independence BranchBorrow it
    13700 E. 35th St., Independence, MO, 64055 , US
    39.05803 -94.41822
  • Weston BranchBorrow it
    18204 Library Drive, Weston, MO, 64098 , US
    39.421434 -94.895691
  • Woodneath Library CenterBorrow it
    8900 NE Flintlock Road, Kansas City, MO, 64157, US
    39.253636 -94.467911
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