Kansas Historical Quarterly - Summer 1964
Summer 1964, No. 2
William E. Unrau, "Indian Agent vs. The Army: some Background Notes on the Kiowa-Comanche Treaty of 1865," p. 129.
A. Bower Sageser, "Joseph L. Bristow: The Editor's Road to Politics," p. 153.
Homer E. Socolofsky, ed., "The Private Journals of Florence Crawford and Arthur Capper, 1891-1892, (part 2)," p. 163.
Louise Barry, comp., "Kansas Before 1854: A Revised Annals, Part Fourteen, 1845," p. 209.
Recent Additions to the Library, p. 245.
Bypaths of Kansas History, p. 271.
Kansas Historical Notes, p. 274.
Wah-bon-seh (Wabaunsee), a chief of the Pottawatomie Indians, who was killed in a stagecoach accident before his portion of the Pottawatomies (residing at Council Bluffs, Iowa) removed to Kansas (see p. 241). A county, township, and town in Kansas are named for this venerated chief. Copy of the 1835 painting, by Charles Bird King, courtesy the Redwood Library and Athenaeum, Newport, R. I., and the Mills County Historical Society, Glenwood, Iowa.