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Before Bleeding Kansas: Christian Missionaries, Slavery, and the Shawnee Indians in Pre-Territorial Kansas, 1844-1854
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TitleBefore Bleeding Kansas: Christian Missionaries, Slavery, and the Shawnee Indians in Pre-Territorial Kansas, 1844-1854
AbstractPhotos, illustrations, and comprehensive article about the early history of pre-territorial Kansas from 1844 to 1854. Discussion on several topics such as Christian Indian missions and missionaries, the Shawnee Indians themselves and other tribes, and conflicting viewpoints on the ownership of black slaves by Johnson and others, etc.
NotesThe following people involved in the early history of Kansas are mentioned or described in this article: Thomas Johnson (Methodist), Isaac McCoy (Baptist), Johnston Lykins (Baptist), Richard Cummins, Joseph Parks, Francis Barker (Quaker), Jerome Berryman, Miriam Hough, Richard Mendenhall, Wilson Hobbs, Thomas Markham, Luke Lea, George Manypenny, William Walker, Lewis Doherty, and B. F. Johnson, et al.
AuthorKevin Abing
DateSpring//2001
SourceKansas History
LocationPeriodical
Volume24
Number1
Page54-70
Local SubjectKansas--History
Quaker Indian Mission
Indian Missions
Slavery
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID117995
CONTENTdm number17558
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