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History of the 19th Kansas Cavalry--Indian War of 1868-69

Jenness, George B.

This history of the 19th Kansas, written by the commander of Company F, George B. Jenness, is mainly composed of extracts from his diary. It includes details about where each company was raised, the names of the officers, organization and implementation of orders, the rigors of army life, and troop movements. Jenness' history also includes information about Samuel J. Crawford, the governor of Kansas, who resigned his position to assume command of the regiment on November 5, 1868. The document contains a copy of a letter from General Philip H. Sheridan to Governor Crawford about the need for calling up troops. Information on Native Americans, including interactions between troops and Native Americans, is also contained within this item. Jenness mentions captive chief including Satanta.

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Street scene, Salina, Kansas

This photograph shows a street scene of automobiles and horse-drawn wagons along Iron and Santa Fe Avenue in Salina, Kansas. In the foreground a pedestrian is visible crossing the street, which is covered by water.

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Street scene, Salina, Kansas

Kansas Post Card Company, Salina, Kansas

This colored postcard shows a street scene of pedestrians crossing West Iron Avenue in Salina, Kansas. In the foreground several horse-drawn buggies and wagons are visible.

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Salina Plumbing Company delivery wagon, Salina, Kansas

These three photographs show the delivery wagons of the Salina Plumbing Company in Salina, Kansas. The first image shows Anna Geis, the bookkeeper, standing next to the wagon. The second view shows Ed Sharp leaning on the wagon. The last photograph shows just the horse and wagon.

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