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Kansas Historical Quarterly - Autumn 1959

Kansas Historical Quarterly, Autumn 1959

Volume 25

Autumn 1959, Number 3

Cover and contents

James C. Malin, "Ironquill's 'The Washerwoman's Song," p. 257. (Volunteer: Marilyn Payne)

"A Chronology of Kansas Political and Military Events, 1859- 1865," p. 283.

John G. Clark, "Mark W. Delahay: Peripatetic Politician; a Historical Case Study," p. 301.

Emory Lindquist, "Religion in Kansas During the Era of the Civil War (In two installments, Part One)," p. 313.

"U. S. Army and Air Force Wings Over Kansas—Continued," p. 334.

Bypaths of Kansas History, p. .

Kansas History as Published in the Press, p. .

Kansas Historical Notes, p. .

 

The Cover

Clean-shaven Abraham Lincoln as he appeared about the time of his visit to Kansas 100 years ago. Mr. Lincoln arrived in Elwood on November 30, 1859, speaking there that evening, at Troy and Doniphan on December 1, at Atchison December 2, and at Leavenworth December 3 and 5. (See pp. 285, 308.)

A caravan to cover Lincoln's Kansas itinerary of 1859 is being planned for early December, 1959. Further details will be published in the newspapers.