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Nicole Etcheson (5)
Emmet Redd (1)

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Slavery (5)
Border Warfare (4)
Kansas -- History (3)
Women (2)
Civil War (2)
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Magazine Article (5)

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Autumn 2009 (1)
September 2000 (1)
Spring-summer 2004 (1)
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1. "Sound on the Goose," A Search for the Answer to an Age Old "Question" "Sound on the Goose," A Search for the Answer to an Age Old "Question" Autumn 2009 An article about the significance and meaning behind the slang phrase "sound on the goose." Redd and Etcheson's research reveals that the phrase was code for support and "commitment to the proslavery cause...

2. ''Labouring For the Freedom of This Territory'': Free-State Kansas Women in the 1850s ''Labouring For the Freedom of This Territory'': Free-State Kansas Women in the 1850s Summer 1998 Article about the hardships of Kansas women in the border warfare era of the 1850s, with few rights and fighting on the side of anti-slavery.

3. Labouring for the Freedom of This Territory: Free-State Women in the 1850s Labouring for the Freedom of This Territory: Free-State Women in the 1850s Summer//1998 Article about the social conditions of women in 1850s Kansas, including acts of heroism in antislavery activism, with photos and illustrations.

4. The Great Principle of Self-Government: Popular Sovereignty and Bleeding Kansas The Great Principle of Self-Government: Popular Sovereignty and Bleeding Kansas Spring-Summer 2004 Discussion of the idea of popular sovereignty in United States history, especially in relationship to the development of Kansas Territory and statehood and the question of slavery. Events are detailed...

5. The Kansas Civil War: Black Slavery, White Liberty The Kansas Civil War: Black Slavery, White Liberty September 2000 Photos, illustrations, and article about the the border warfare and Civil War periods in early Kansas, including the Kansas City area and a full page color map of "Bleeding Kansas, 1854-1859."