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Description of Kansas City in 1880
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TitleDescription of Kansas City in 1880
AbstractChapter of the book about "Old West" Kansas City, complete with gunfighters, shady saloons, muddy streets, and sightings of Wild Bill Hickok. Includes a list of bordellos and saloons and their occupants, including Annie Chambers (p. 29-30) and a description of the early newspapers like the Enterprise and Journal. One paragraph describes origin of the term Kansas "red legs" (p. 33).
AuthorJohn Edward Hicks
Date1950
SourceAdventures of a Tramp Printer, 1880-1890
LocationMVSC 655.17 H63
Chapter Title3 (Journalism in Hobnail Boots)
Page27-34
SubjectBars
Gambling
Newspapers
Prostitution
Local SubjectBordellos
Chambers, Annie
Hickok, Wild Bill
Kansas City, Missouri--Description--1880s
Saloons
Item TypeBook Section
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Item ID97560
CONTENTdm number769
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