Kansas Historical Quarterly - Winter 1972
Winter 1972, No. 4
Cover and contents
Lonnie J. White, "Indian Raids on the Kansas Frontier, 1869," p. 369.
David G. Taylor, "Boom Town Leavenworth: The Failure of the Dream," p. 389.
Louise Barry, "The Ranch at Cow Creek Crossing (Beach Valley, P.O.)," p. 416. (Volunteer: Teresa Smith)
Craig Miner, "The Oskaloosa Octopus: Jobbers, 'Popocrats,' and the Santa Fe Railway's False Receivership, 1896," p. 445.
Robert W. Johannsen, "James C. Malin: An Appreciation," p. 457. (Volunteer: John K. Matthews)
A band of Cheyenne Indians attacking Kansas Pacific track workers west of present Russell on May 28, 1859. (See p. 377.) At the request of Adolph Roenigk,a Kansas pioneer and one of the workers, the scene was depicted in oil in 1931 by Jacob Gogolin (1864-1940), a Colorado artist.