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Covert Creek Press
Rare and long-forgotten, the gems found in this work have been previously known to only a privileged and lucky few. These informative sketches, essays, and stories were penned by men and women who lived in Northern Kansas during that vibrant settlement period of Great Plains history from the 1870s to the 1920s. The narratives presented here, many in print for the first time in well over a hundred years, allow us to experience in detail the daily life...
Excerpts from diaries and letters help chronicle the events which lead to the formation of the Kansas Territory and describe how abolitionists and slaveowners tried to influence whether it would become a slave state or free.
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