Kansas Historical Quarterly - Summer 1977
Summer 1977, No. 2
Cover and contents
Charles L. Wood, "Cattlemen, Railroads, and the Origin of the Kansas Livestock Association—the 1890's," p. 121. (Volunteer: Wanda Farris)
James B. Beddow, "Depression and New Deal: Letters From the Plains," p. 140. (Volunteer: Debbie Wassemiller)
David Redman, "Libel: Sullivan and the Kansas Connection," p. 154. (Volunteer: Wanda Farris)
Randall B. Woods, "After the Exodus: John Lewis Waller and the Black Elite, 1878-1900," p. 172. (Volunteer: Wanda Farris)
Joe W. Kraus, "The Publication of William Allen White's The Real Issue," p. 193. (Volunteer: Wanda Farris)
Robert K. Ratzlaff, "Le Hunt, Kan.: The Making of a Cement Ghost Town," p. 203. (Volunteer: Wanda Farris)
Timothy A. Zwink, "E. W. Wynkoop and the Bluff Creek Council, 1866," p. 217.
Bypaths of Kansas History, p. 240.
Kansas History Off the Press, p. 241.
Livestock raising was an important industry in Kansas in the 1890s—see article p. 121—and it still is today. This recent scene in the flint Hills area of eastern Kansas was photographed by Patricia D. Duncan, Lake Quivira, Kansas City.