Kansas Historical Quarterly - Spring 1970
Spring 1970, No. 1
Cover and contents
Clifford R. Hope, Sr., "Kansas in the 1930s," p. 1.
Sister Jeannne McKenna, "With the Help of God and Lucy Stone," p. 13.
Morris F. Taylor, "The Mail Station and the Military Camp on Pawnee Fork, 1859-1860," p. 27. (Volunteers: Larry & Carolyn Mix)
Calvin F. Schwartzkopf, "The Rush County-Seat War," p. 40.
H. Roger Grant, "Insurance Reform: The Case of Webb McNall in Kansas," p. 62.
Bypaths of Kansas History, p. 101.
Kansas History as Published in the Press, p. 102.
Kansas Historical Notes, p. 105.
A diorama depicting the arrival of traders at the Pawnee Indian village in present northwest Republic county in the 1820s. The artist, William L. Philyaw of Independence, Mo., has attempted to model the lodges and people as they probably appeared 150 years ago.
This diorama is one of two among the exhibits at the state's Pawnee Indian Village Museum about two miles southwest of Republic, Kan.