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121. Henry Clay Pate Henry Clay Pate File containing a collection of research papers on Henry Clay Pate, or Henry Pate, publisher of the Westport Border Star proslavery newspaper and a participant in 1850s border warfare in the Kansas City...

122. History of Atchison County, Kansas History of Atchison County, Kansas //1916 Photo and description of Benjamin Stringfellow (1816-1891), a pro-slavery leader and lawyer of Atchison, Kansas in the late 1850s. Native of Virginia moving to Missouri in the 1840s and becoming involved...

123. History of Boone County, Missouri History of Boone County, Missouri //1882 Biographical sketch of John William Ammons, or John Ammons, a member of Kansas City's City Council and ex-officio mayor during the border warfare period and involved in the construction of Kansas City's...

124. History of Border Warfare inKansas History of Border Warfare inKansas crica 1850s and 1860s Title continues: "Border Ruffians--Jayhawkers/Quantrell--John Brown's/Sharpshooters--Jim Lane, etc. A Scrapbook Kept by Mrs. C. R. Jennison." This is a bound, typewritten carbon copy of approximately 296...

125. History of Johnson County, Kansas History of Johnson County, Kansas //1915 Recollections of S.T. Seaton concerning the early days of Johnson County and the town of Olathe. The excerpt includes detailed descriptions of border warfare in Olathe and surrounding areas, including...

126. History of Johnson County, Kansas History of Johnson County, Kansas //1915 Item describing three Confederate guerilla raids into Gardner, Kansas, a town on the Santa Fe Trail some 30 miles southwest of Kansas City, Missouri.

127. History of Johnson County, Kansas History of Johnson County, Kansas //1915 Historical description of the town of Aubry, Kansas, which was located approximately 20 miles south of Kansas City, Missouri on the Kansas side of the state line. Due to its proximity to Missouri, the...

128. History of Johnson County, Kansas History of Johnson County, Kansas //1915 Description of the political situation in Johnson County during the late 1850's. The terrorizing of the Quaker Mission by Missouri border ruffians in August, 1856 is described, as well as the emergence...

129. History of the State of Kansas History of the State of Kansas //1883 Portrait and biographical sketch of Cyrus Leland, Sr., a lawyer and former Wisconsin state representative involved in the Kansas border warfare, born in Massachusetts in 1810 and moving to Troy, Kansas,...

130. History of the State of Kansas History of the State of Kansas //1883 Portrait and biographical sketch of A. G. Patrick, postmaster of Valley Falls, Kansas, a native of Indiana, "a well-known citizen of Jefferson County," Kansas, and a former border warfare activist and...

131. History of the State of Kansas History of the State of Kansas //1883 Portrait and biographical description of John Geary, territorial governor of Kansas from about 1853 to 1857. He was born in Pennsylvania and served in the Mexican War, becoming "Postmaster of San Francisco"...

132. Home to Kansas Home to Kansas September//1985 Numerous photos, map, and extensive article about the various aspects of the state of Kansas (written by a Kansas native), both "agrarian" and industrial and political, etc. Description of its (relatively)...

133. How Bloody Was Bleeding Kansas? Political Killings in Kansas Territory, 1854-1861 How Bloody Was Bleeding Kansas? Political Killings in Kansas Territory, 1854-1861 Summer//1995 Examination of the political motivations pertaining to killings between pro-and anti-slavery supporters in the 1850s, with a list of 56 "documented political killings."

134. I've Changed My Mind. Richard Selden in 1866 I've Changed My Mind. Richard Selden in 1866 October 1, 2006 Article includes the reprinting of letters from Richard Selden to his family back East in 1866. He wrote them from Asenath Barrows', Bates County, Missouri. The reference cites them to "The Richard Ely...

135. In Harrowing Escape from Kansas: Coincidence in Return of Reeder's Sword In Harrowing Escape from Kansas: Coincidence in Return of Reeder's Sword May/8/1968 Photo and article about the recovery of and donation to the Kansas Historical Society of the "cane sword, carried for protection by Andrew H. Reeder, first territorial governor of Kansas, when he fled...

136. In Memoriam: Farewell to Historic Preservationists Who Dedicated Their Lives to The Future of the Past In Memoriam: Farewell to Historic Preservationists Who Dedicated Their Lives to The Future of the Past Spring 2006 Includes two individuals who died this year, Jane Fifield Flynn (1924-2006) and Tim Cox (1956-2006). Includes their picture. Jane Flynn was President of the Jackson County Historical Society at one time....

137. Jackson County And Order #11 Jackson County And Order #11 June 2004 Article concerning Order No. 11 issued by General Thomas Ewing during the Civil War and calling for the evacuation of citizens from the counties of Jackson, Cass, Bates, and parts of Vernon County. Article...

138. James (Jim) Robert Cummins James (Jim) Robert Cummins 1893 Charcoal portrait of James (Jim) Cummins (sometimes spelled Cummings) in suit coat and checked (?) shirt. The drawing is signed by the artist with "93" immediately below the signature. At the bottom right...

139. James (Jim) Younger James (Jim) Younger Circa 1890s Charcoal portrait of Jim Younger in suit coat, shirt, and tie. Drawing is signed by the artist. Below the signature, "Jim Younger" is written in different handwriting and black ink.

140. James B. Hartman, ''Notorious Robber, & Thief'' James B. Hartman, ''Notorious Robber, & Thief'' December 1, 2003 Story of a notorius Jayhawker, James Brown Hartman, living in Atchison, Kansas at one time.