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Charter of the Kansas Sinaloa Investment Company, Dickinson County, Kansas

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Creator: Kansas Sinaloa Investment Company

Date: July 11, 1889

Level of Description: Item

Material Type: Government record

Call Number: Kansas. Secretary of State's Office, Corporation Filings, Sinaloa

Unit ID: 440397

Summary: This is the original charter for the Kansas Sinaloa Investment Company of Dickinson County, Kansas. The corporation charter was filed with the Kansas Secretary of State's Office on July 11, 1889. The directors were: C. B. Hoffman, Enterprise, Kansas; J. W. Breidenthal, Chetopa, Kansas; Mrs. U. A. McOmber, Ottawa, Kansas; James Butler, Palco, Kansas; J. N. Limbocker, Manhattan, Kansas; C. J. Lamb, Kirwin, Kansas; P. B. Maxson, Emporia, Kansas; G. C. Miller, Ellis, Kansas, and G. C. Clemens, Topeka, Kansas. The group provided financial support for a utopian colony on Topolobampo Bay on the Gulf of California in Mexico, which was founded by the Credit Foncier Company of Sinaloa. Christian B. Hoffman was an idealistic banker and mill owner who led a group of Kansas colonists to Topolobampo in 1891. However, he withdrew his involvement in May, 1893, after disagreements with the leader of Credit Foncier Company, Albert Kimsey Owen.

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Title (Main title): Charter of the Kansas Sinaloa Investment Company, Dickinson County, Kansas

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    Breidenthal, John William, 1857-1910
    Clemens, G. C. (Gaspar Christopher), 1849-1906
    Hoffman, Christian Balzac, 1851-1915
    Maxson, Perry Burdick, 1826-1920
    Collective settlements -- Mexico
    Socialism -- Kansas

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General Note: From the Archives of the Kansas Secretary of State's Office