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1. 'Nature Scarcely ever Formed a More Beautiful Place . . . . ' 'Nature Scarcely ever Formed a More Beautiful Place . . . . ' Autumn 2006 Overview of the travels of Zebulon Pike's Southwestern Expedition of 1806 through what is now the state of Kansas. The author writes that Pike and his men entered Kansas just north of present-day Fort...

2. Balance Statement: A Journal Posting on the Funding of the Truman-Dewey 1948 Presidential Election Balance Statement: A Journal Posting on the Funding of the Truman-Dewey 1948 Presidential Election Autumn 2006 The focus of this article is the 1948 presidential campaign and in particular the campaign financial aspects of both Democrat Harry Truman and Republican Thomas Dewey. An analysis of the facts and figures...

3. Remembering World War I Remembering World War I Autumn 2006 Special issue of Kansas History devoted to articles about World War I. Includes seven articles: "In Honor of Those Who Served: Introduction" by R. Eli Paul; "An 'All Kansas' Regiment: the 353d Infantry...

4. She Rode to Keep a Date With Death: Annie Harris McKeene, Mysterious Quantrill Raider She Rode to Keep a Date With Death: Annie Harris McKeene, Mysterious Quantrill Raider Autumn 2006 The author of this article presents what information can be determined concerning Annie Harris McKeene, a shadowy figure of the border warfare and local guerrilla activity. Supposedly she was born in Jackson...

5. Truth in Black Ink: How Lucile Bluford Heard the Call and Penned Her Way Towards Black Feminist Activism Truth in Black Ink: How Lucile Bluford Heard the Call and Penned Her Way Towards Black Feminist Activism Autumn 2006 This article compares local African American journalist Lucile Bluford with Ida B. Wells-Barnett, an earlier African American woman writer and activist from Memphis, Tennessee and later Chicago, Illinois....

6. Unraveling the Story Unraveling the Story Autumn 2006 Article examines African American quilting traditions, and analyzes stories of the connection between specific quilt patterns and the Underground Railroad. The author includes several tales of people escaping...