Kansas Historical Quarterly - Winter 1974
Winter 1974, No. 4
Cover and contents
Dennis K. McDaniel, "Kansas in 1862 as Seen by the 12th Wisconsin Infantry: The Sketches of Pvt. John Gaddis," p. 465.
Michael J. Brodhead and O. Gene Clanton, "G. C. Clemens: The 'Sociable Socialist'," p. 475.
Gambone, ed., "The Forgotten Feminist of Kansas: The Papers of Clarina I. H. Nichols, 1854-1885", part 8 of 8, p. 503.
Bypaths of Kansas History, p. 563.
Kansas History as Reported in the Press, p. 565.
Kansas Historical Notes, p. 569.
Errata, Volume 40, p. 576.
Index to Volume 40, p. 577.
"Reproduced on the cover (in reverse?) are two watercolors by John Gaddis, who was a member of company E, 12th Wisconsin volunteer infantry, which had a walking tour of duty in Kansas during March-May, 1862. The upper drawing depicts the regiment marching through Tecumseh April 21 on its way to Fort Riley, and lower, its March 27 arrival at Fort Lincoln, located about 12 miles northwest of Fort Scott. For other sketches by Gaddis see following pages.