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Dixon Family (4)
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Civil War (4)
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Archival Material (3)
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June 21863 (2)
1840-ca1898 (Bulk 1861... (1)
2005 (1)
January 261863 (1)

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Robert M Farnsworth (1)

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1. Dixon and Jordan Family Papers Finding Aid Dixon and Jordan Family Papers Finding Aid 1840-ca1898 (bulk 1861-1863) This collection contains close to 40 Civil War letters written between the Dixon family with some related Jordan family letters. Most were written by men in the family who were soldiers in the Union Army...

2. Genealogy Vertical Files Shelf List Genealogy Vertical Files Shelf List A list of general subjects and family surnames in the genealogy vertical files.

3. Leon Mercer Jordan, The Founder of Freedom, Inc. Leon Mercer Jordan, The Founder of Freedom, Inc. 2005 Biography of Leon Mercer Jordan. The author was a member of the Kansas City chapter of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) along with Jordan. Jordan's involvement with the Kansas City civil rights movement...

4. Letter to Friend Dixon Letter to Friend Dixon January 26, 1863 This letter is written from a hospital room. Letter writer describes how he feels about war and the Emancipation Proclamation. It is incomplete with last page(s) missing. Full text of the letter is transcribed...

5. Letter to Respected Friends Letter to Respected Friends June 2, 1863 This letter gives some detail concerning the action at Vicksburg, Mississippi, especially in regard to Company K, 47th Regiment, Illinois Volunteers. Letter is not complete, missing final page(s).

6. Letter to Respected Friends Letter to Respected Friends June 2, 1863 This letter gives some detail concerning the action at Vicksburg, Mississippi, especially in regard to Company K, 47th Regiment, Illinois Volunteers. Letter is not complete, missing final page(s).