Kansas Historical Quarterly - August 1953
August 1953, Number 7
James C. Malin, "Judge Lecompte and the 'Sack of Lawrence,' May 21, 1856: Part One, The Contemporary Phase," p. 465. (Volunteer: Tod Roberts) | PDF version
Philip D. Uzee, ed., "Midwestern Attitudes on the 'Kansas Fever,'" p. 495.
Rev. James M. Burke, S.J., ed., "Early Years at St. Mary's Pottawatomie Mission: From the Diary of Father Maurice Gailland, S. J.," p. 501.
From the cover: Ruins of the Free-State Hotel, Lawrence, after the city's sacking by a proslavery mob on May 21, 1856. (See pp. 482-484.) The sketch, from a daguerrotype taken for Mrs. Charles (Sara T. L.) Robinson, is reproduced from her book, Kansas: Its Interior and Exterior Life (Boston, 1857).