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Kansas Historical Quarterly - Spring 1974

Kansas Historical Quarterly, Spring 1974

Volume 40

Spring 1974, No. 1

Cover and contents

William E. Treadway, "The Gilded Age in Kansas," p. 1

Norman E. Saul, "The Migration of the Russian-Germans to Kansas," p. 38 (Volunteer: Teresa J. Smith) | PDF version

Minnie Dubbs Millbrook, ed., "Mrs. General Custer at Fort Riley, 1866," p. 63 | PDF version

Joseph G. Gambone, "The Forgotten Feminist of Kansas: The Papers of Clarina I. H. Nichols, 1854-1885," part 5 of 8, p. 72 | PDF version

The Annual Meeting: Containing Reports of the Executive Director, Treasurer, Executive and Nomination Committees; Election of Officers; Bylaws of the Society (1873); List of Directors of the Society, p. 136

Bypaths of Kansas History, p. 166

Kansas History as Published in the Press, p. 167

Kansas Historical Notes, p. 169


The Cover

This Cyrus K. Holliday No. 1, the locomotive which now heads the Santa Fe railroad museum train, was an 1880 engine rebuilt in 1941 to resemble the first Cyrus K. Holliday, mentioned on pp. 13-14. The train, presently inoperative, is usually in storage in the Santa Fe's shops at Topeka. The color transparency is reproduced here through the courtesy of the Topeka public relations department of the Santa Fe.