Kansas Historical Quarterly - Autumn 1974
Autumn 1974, No. 3
Cover and contents
Joseph W. Snell, "Kansas and the 1876 United States Centennial," p. 337.
Rita Napier, "Economic Democracy in Kansas: Speculation and Townsite Preemption in Kickapoo," p. 349.
Martin Dann, "From Sodom to the Promised Land: E. P. McCabe and the Movement for Oklahoma Colonization," p. 370. (Volunteer: Harriette Jensen)
Fred R. Belk, "The Final Refuge: Kansas and Nebraska Migration of Mennonites From Central Asia After 1884," p. 379.
Charles William Sloan, Jr., "Kansas Battles the Invisible Empire: The Legal Ouster of the KKK From Kansas, 1922-1927," p. 393. (Volunteer: Tristan Smith)
Gambone, ed., "The Forgotten Feminist of Kansas: The Papers of Clarina I. H. Nichols, 1854-1885,", part 7 of 8, p. 410.
Bypaths of Kansas History, p. 460.
Kansas History as Reported in the Press, p. 461.
Kansas Historical Notes, p. 462.
"Reproduction of a Henry Worral painting depicting a portion of the interior of the Kansas-Colorado Building erected at Philadephia in 1876 to help celebrate the centennial of the founding of the United sStates.
"The building (see photo [below]) was closed briefly in the late summer of 1876 to install new exhibits freshened with products from the current harvest in Kansas. This national capitol replica was the highlight of the second opening."
The Kansas and Colorado building erected at Philadelphia in 1876 to help commemorate the first 100 years of the union of the states.