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Washington Henry Chick (2)
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1. A Journey to Missouri in 1822 A Journey to Missouri in 1822 October/3/1921 Description of the original settlement of "the town of Wyandotte City," or "what is now Kansas City, Kansas," made up mostly of Wyandotte Indians, in the 1840s.

2. A Journey to Missouri in 1822 A Journey to Missouri in 1822 October/3/1921 Mention of Mathew Mudeater as one of the Wyandotte Indians settling Wyandotte, Kansas, in the 1840s.

3. African-Americans in Wyandotte During the Pre-Civil War Period African-Americans in Wyandotte During the Pre-Civil War Period 2005 Article describes the African American population in Wyandotte, Kansas prior to the Civil War, and discusses notable African American individuals in the area.

4. Bleeding Kansas Period in Wyandotte County Bleeding Kansas Period in Wyandotte County Summer 2002 Article describes the rivalry between the towns of Wyandott City and Quindaro during the ''Bleeding Kansas'' era prior to the Civil War. Wyandott City became a center of pro-slave forces, while Quindaro...

5. Early Days on the Union Pacific Early Days on the Union Pacific 1910 Article (written by a resident of Kansas City, Kansas) about the origins and construction of the Union Pacific Railroad from Wyandotte, Kansas (part of Kansas City, Kansas) to Denver in the middle to late...

6. History of Lynchings in Kansas History of Lynchings in Kansas May//1933 Description of the hanging of a man named "Teahan" in Leavenworth, Kansas in 1857, following his attempted murder of a "Conklin" between Kansas City and Wyandotte, Kansas. Mention of the Gillis House hotel...

7. In Memoriam: Hon. Richard Baxter Taylor [and] Kansas Newspaper History In Memoriam: Hon. Richard Baxter Taylor [and] Kansas Newspaper History //1881 Biographical article about Richard Taylor (1822-1877), a pioneer Kansas journalist, and annotated listings of numerous early Kansas newspapers. Description of Taylor as a native of Massacusetts moving...

8. In Memoriam: Hon. Richard Baxter Taylor [Kansas Newspaper History] In Memoriam: Hon. Richard Baxter Taylor [Kansas Newspaper History] //1881 Obituary article about Richard Baxter Taylor, or Richard Taylor (1822-1877), editor and owner of the Wyandotte Gazetter newspaper, born in Massachusetts and moving to Wyandotte, Kansas, in 1858. Also co-organizer...

9. Look at the State They're In! Look at the State They're In! August/28/1954 Illustrated map and article about the establishment of the boundaries of the state of Kansas in 1859 "in the frontier settlement of Wyandotte, now a part of Kansas City," especially cutting short its western...

10. Materials on the Early Legal System in Wyandotte County Materials on the Early Legal System in Wyandotte County 2008 The first in a series of articles on the Courts and Bar Association of Wyandotte County. This installment describes the early legal history of Wyandotte County, Kansas, including the formation of the Wyandotte...

11. Politics Influence Early-Day Newspaper Politics Influence Early-Day Newspaper Spring 2009 Article tells the history of Wyandotte County, Kansas, newspapers. Its first newspaper was the Wyandotte City Register, founded in 1857 by Judge Mark William Delahay. The paper changed hands and names...

12. Samuel Hallett and the Union Pacific Railway Company in Kansas Samuel Hallett and the Union Pacific Railway Company in Kansas Spring//1959 Photos (of Hallett and a bridge and railroad station at Wyandotte, Kansas) and biographical article about Samuel Hallett (ca. 1828-1864), builder of the Union Pacific Railroad from Kansas City through...

13. Seeing Kansas in the Sixties Seeing Kansas in the Sixties 1939 Photo and caption about the site of the "town of Wyandotte," Kansas, in 1867, "population 3,000," and "part of the present central industrial district of Kansas City, Missouri."

14. The Central State: Its Physical Features and Resources The Central State: Its Physical Features and Resources June//1888 Illustrations, map, diagram, and article (written by an official of the United States Geological Survey) about the physical features, natural resources, and economy of the state of Kansas in 1888, with...

15. The Genesis of a State's Metropolis The Genesis of a State's Metropolis 1902 Article about the history of Kansas City, Kansas with chronology of its settlement since the 1840s by the Wyandotte Indians and whites, incorporation of its sections (Wyandotte, Quindaro, Rosedale, and...

16. Wyandotte and the First "Exodusters" of 1879 Wyandotte and the First "Exodusters" of 1879 Autumn//1960 Article about the mass migration of "Exodusters" or black "freedmen" from Mississippi and Louisiana to Kansas in 1879, arriving on several steamships and making up a quarter of the population of the town...

17. Wyandotte County, Kansas Sesquicentennial Wyandotte County, Kansas Sesquicentennial Special 1859 sesquicentennial edition of "The Historical Journal of Wyandotte County" celebrating the 150th year anniversary of Wyandotte County, Wyandott City, and Quindaro City. Includes a timeline and...