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An article by Molly Ferguson, describing the log-cabin museum
in the Manhattan city park, appeared in the Manhattan Mercury-
Chronicle, June 28, 1953. The Riley County Historical Association
built the cabin in 1915 and has stocked it with more than 600 relics.
Over 6,000 persons visited the cabin in 1952. Carl Pfuetze is the
curator.

Kit Carson's experience fighting Indians at Pawnee Rock, as re-
lated by Paul I. Wellman, was printed in the Lincoln Sentinel-
Republican, July 2, 1953. Carson, only 17 years of age, was with a
party headed by Col. Ceran St. Vrain.

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602 KANSAS HISTORICAL QUARTERLY

Historical articles in the Marysville Advocate recently included
a history of Life school, District 10, Marshall county, July 2, 1953;
and a history of Bremen by Fred Prell, July 9. A plaque has been
placed at the Bremen town well and dedicated July 5, 1953. It
reads: "Henry Brenneke founded Bremen 1886. Donors of well:
Fred J. Prell, Frank W. Maxwell, Joseph A. Sedlacek."

Indians at war and a flood on the Neosho river in the summer of
1836 were subjects of a brief article in the Emporia Times, July 2,
1953. A letter by Susie O. Higbee, Emporia, written in response to
the article, was printed July 9. An article on past fourth of July
celebrations in Emporia appeared in the "When Emporia Was
Young" column of the Emporia Gazette, July 2. This column ap-
pears regularly in the Gazette.

A history of Achilles, Rawlins county, compiled by Lois Erickson,
was published in the Atwood Citizen-Patriot and the McDonald
Standard, July 2, 1953. The first post office in the Achilles area was
established in 1880, and a schoolhouse was built in 1881. The town
was surveyed in 1887.

Titles of articles included lately in John Watson's "See Kansas"
series in the Wichita Evening Eagle are: "Giant Reptiles Once
Swam in Waters Covering Western Kansas/' the story of the fossil
exhibit in the Oakley high school building, July 2, 1953; "First
Building Erected in Augusta Houses Historic Museum," July 16;
"Wellington Banker [George Harbaugh] Builds Museum to House
Collection," July 30; "Soldiers at Historic Fort Lamed Once Guarded
Santa Fe Trail," August 6; "Early Day Swedish Lutheran Church
Stands at Mariadahl," August 13; and "Historic St. Mary's College
Started as Indian Mission," September 17.

An article on the great buffalo herd in the Barton and Pawnee
county area in 1871, by Dan L. Thrapp, was published in the Great
Bend Daily Tribune, July 3, 1953. The herd was estimated at more
than 4,000,000. The Great Bend Herald-Press began a history of
Great Bend and the surrounding area by Mrs. C. W. Hiatt, July 23,
1953. The last of the seven installments appeared August 16.

Articles of historical interest to Kansans published recently in the
Kansas City (Mo.) Star included: "[Alexander Ramsey] Died
Taming the West," July 5, 1953; "Kansas Has a Folk-Speech Match-
ing the Picturesque Language of the Ozarks," by Nora B. Cunning-
ham, July 8; "Ezra Meeker's Fight for Marking Oregon Trail Led
Him to Kansas City," by Mildred Miles Main, July 31; and "Olathe



KANSAS HISTORY IN THE PRESS 603

Became Wartime Ghost Town After Quantrill's Raid 91 Years Ago,"
by Stan Chapman, September 10. Articles in the Kansas City ( Mo. )
Times were: "The Pioneers of 1850 Met Stark Tragedy on the
Carson Desert Route/' by Vaun Arnold, September 2; and "Chero-
kee Strip Run 60 Years Ago Is a Vivid Memory to Kansas Residents/'
by Delia Mavity McDonnell, September 16.

"The Early History of Macks ville," by Bill Nesbit, appeared in the
Macks ville Enterprise, July 9 and 16, 1953. The town was estab-
lished in 1885.

Several articles of historical interest by L. F. Valentine, have been
published in recent numbers of the Clay Center Dispatch and
Times. Included in the Dispatch were: "Washouts, Misnames
Mark Pete's Creek," July 25, 1953; "Rose Merom Cemetery Took
Name From Bible," August 11; and "Clay County Once Had Narrow
Gauge Railroad," September 5. "Riverview Section [of Clay Cen-
ter] Had River View Until 1915," appeared in the Times August 27.

An article entitled "Pioneer Stock," by D. J. Nelson, San Diego,
Cal., began to run serially in the Kansas Optimist, Jamestown, July
30, 1953. The author was born in a sod house in Mitchell county
in 1875.

The story of Sumner, "dead" town near Atchison, by Arthur
Howe, was published in the Atchison Daily Globe, August 2, 1953.
Founded in 1856, the town survived until 1860 when a tornado
damaged virtually every home.

An article discussing the fate of the infamous Bender family was
published in the Coffeyville Daily Journal, August 2, 1953. That
the Benders were tracked down and killed by a posse is maintained
by C. A. Axton whose father was a member of the posse. A bio-
graphical sketch of Mrs. Artie Case who came to Coffeyville 71
years ago with her family, the Daniel B. Detres, by Oren "Bud"
Wright, was printed in the Journal, August 23.

The story of Studley, a small community on the boundary of
Graham and Sheridan counties, as told by Helen D. Francis, ap-
peared in the Hays Daily News, August 2, 1953; in the Hill City
Times, August 6; and in the Hoxie Sentinel, August 13. The first
settler in the area was Abraham Pratt who homesteaded in the late
1870's. The community was settled largely by middle-class English-
men.



604 KANSAS HISTORICAL QUARTERLY

Some of the history of the Argonia area, compiled by Frank Beals,
has appeared in recent issues of the Argonia Argosy. Included were
articles on the tornado which damaged the town in 1888, August 27,
1953; and on the settlers from Kentucky in the early 1880's, Sep-
tember 3.

Arkansas City's first governmental body, which met in 1872, was
the subject of Walter Hutchison's column, "Folks Hereabouts/' in
the Arkansas City Daily Traveler, August 29, 1953.

The Kansas Teachers new historical columnist is Dr. Robert Taft
of the University of Kansas, chairman of the Kansas Territorial
Centennial Committee, and the immediate past president of the
Kansas State Historical Society. In keeping with the times, the
column this year is called "A Century of Kansas History," and
Dr. Taft's first article is "The West of a Century Ago," appear-
ing in the September, 1953, issue.

In celebration of the 60th anniversary of the opening of the
Cherokee strip to settlers on September 16, 1893, the Caldwell
Messenger, September 3, 1953, published a special 22-page edition
containing articles on the race to get land in the strip and on the
history of the Caldwell community.

A 100-page special edition of the Russell Daily News, September
8, 1953, marked the sixth anniversary of the daily newspaper and
honored the Russell oil show, "Three Decades of Derricks." The
Russell Record, September 10, also observed the oil celebration with
special articles on the oil industry and the history of the area. The
News presented a cross section of the central Kansas oil industry,
and both newspapers printed several articles by J. C. Ruppenthal
on attempts to find water, coal, oil, stone, and other products in the
county.

"Wings Over Wichita" is the title of a series of articles by Bliss
Isely, beginning in the Wichita Magazine, September 17, 1953.
Isely devoted his first story to the building of Wichita's first three
airports, Jones Field, selected and marked early in 1919; Stratford
Field, later called Swallow Field; and early in 1926 the Wichita
Airport.

The Kinsley Mercury published a 42-page 80th anniversary edi-
tion September 24, 1953. Kinsley was organized in 1873, and was
first called Peters City. Robert McCanse is said to have been the
first settler and F. H. Hall was the first mayor.



Kansas Historical Notes

Under the auspices of the Kiowa County Historical Society the
Kiowa County Pioneer Museum has been organized and has been
granted a state charter as a nonprofit corporation. The directors
of the new organization met April 30, 1953, and elected officers as
follows: J. H. Olinger, president; Herbert Parkin, vice-president;
Mrs. Benjamin Weaver, secretary; and Mrs. Bruno Meyer, treasurer.
The purpose of the museum is to acquire and preserve records and
relics pertaining to Kiowa county history, and to provide for housing
and displaying these items.

Officers elected by the board of directors of the Finney County
Historical Society at a meeting July 14, 1953, were: Gus Norton,
president; Mrs. Kate Smith, first vice-president; C. L. Reeve, second
vice-president; Mrs. Josephine Cowgill, third vice-president; Mrs.
Ella Condra, secretary; Mrs. Eva B. Sharer, treasurer; Ralph T. Ker-
sey, historian; Mrs. Cecil Wristen, custodian; and P. A. Burtis, busi-
ness manager.

Claude L. Peterson was elected president of the Wyandotte
County Historical Society at a meeting in the old Grinter House,
rural Wyandotte county, July 23, 1953. Other officers chosen in-
cluded: Alan W. Farley, vice-president; Sixten Shogran, secretary;
and Harry Hanson, treasurer. Farley was the retiring president.

Guest of honor and one of the speakers at the annual picnic of
the Shawnee Mission Indian Historical Society on the grounds of Old
Shawnee Mission in Johnson county, August 23, 1953, was Frank
C. Wornall who was born 98 years ago in one of the mission build-
ings. Mrs. Homer Bair is president of the society.

Tom Van Bebber was elected president of the Doniphan County
Historical Society at a meeting in Troy to reorganize and reactivate
the society, September 2, 1953. Senter Brazelton was chosen vice-
president, and Mrs. Margaret Rice, secretary-treasurer.

Mrs. Alma Piper, Parsons, was elected president of the Labette
County Old Settlers Association at a meeting in Oswego, September
7, 1953. Other officers elected included: W. A. Blair vice-presi-
dent; and R. H. Montgomery, secretary-treasurer. The principal
speaker was Mrs. Laura Plumb, Wellington. E. E. Woods, Inde-
pendence, was the retiring president.

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606 KANSAS HISTORICAL QUARTERLY

The towns of Great Bend, Hays, and Russell joined with many
private firms and companies in presenting a three-day oil show in
Russell, September 10-12, 1953. One of the features of the program
was the dedication of a monument at the site of the Carrie Oswald
No. 1 discovery well near Fairport. The dedicatory address was by
Gov. Edward F. Arn and the monument was accepted as an official
historic site of Kansas by Nyle H. Miller, secretary of the Kansas
State Historical Society. The marker was inscribed as follows:
"Site of Carrie Oswald No. 1, discovery well of the Fairport oil field.
Drilled November 23, 1923. Dedicated September 12, 1953. Russell
county, Kansas/'

Lloyd R. Hershey, Olathe, was chosen president of the Johnson
County Old Settlers Association at the business meeting during the
55th annual reunion in Olathe, September 12, 1953. Other officers
elected were: Jess L. Hall, vice-president; Mrs. Dale Dorst, secre-
tary; and Herbert E. Julien, treasurer.

Fresh off the presses of the state printing plant in Topeka, is a
216-page, beautifully-illustrated volume by Bliss Isely and W. M.
Richards entitled The Story of Kansas. Published for use in the
Kansas schools, the book is a survey of Kansas geography and his-
tory from prehistoric times to the present. It takes the place of the
authors' previous state history, Four Centuries in Kansas, which has
been used as a schoolroom text for several years.

A Century of Congregationalism in Kansas is the title of a new
207-page book by Charles M. Correll, published by the Kansas Con-
gregational and Christian Conference. The author, a former presi-
dent of the Kansas State Historical Society, is professor emeritus
of history and college historian at Kansas State College, Manhattan.
He has traced the progress of the Congregational church in Kansas
from its beginning on October 15, 1854, when the first church was
organized in Lawrence under the leadership of the Rev. S. Y. Lum,
through the difficult early period, and the years of growth, to the
present church of over 90 congregations in Kansas.



Errata and Addenda, Volume XX



Facing page 16, H. K. Bush-Brown should read H. K. Brown.

Page 68, line 10, Walter M. Koolmorgen should read Walter M. Kollmorgen.

Page 74, table of crests of the 1844 flood, height at Kansas City, Mo., of 1844
flood over 1951 flood should be 1.8 instead of 2.0, and crest in 1951 should be
36.2 instead of 36.0.

Page 81, line 2, should read 36.2 instead of 36.0.

Page 173, line 27, John L. Schaffer should read John J. Schaffer.

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Index To Volume XX



Abbott, A. J 277, 293

Abbott, Dr. Lyman, New York 173

Abbyville 179

Abdelal, Dr. A. G 283, 287

Abel, Col. 477

Abilene 168, 264, 265, 277, 360

articles on, noted 381, 457

loading cattle, 1871, sketch

of facing 232

Abilene Evening Reflector, founded . . . 278
Abilene Little Sand-Pounder, founded . . 174

Abilene Weekly Reflector, quoted 168

Abolition movement, book on, noted. . 468

Acers, N. F 271

Acheson, Mrs. Dean, Washington,

D. C 8

Achilles, Rawlins county, article on,

noted 602

Adair, Rev. Samuel L 463

Adams, Bill, Pratt 384

Adams, C. W 164

Adams, F. G 292, 582, 584, 587, 588

Adams, Paul, Topeka 71

article by, noted 227

donor 28

Admire, J. V 295

Admire City 179

African Methodist Episcopal Church. . 285

conference 175

Agricultural Fair and Trotting Assn.. . 279
Agricultural History, Baltimore, article

in, noted 72

Aipe, John 262

Aitchison, R. T., Wichita. .35,64,376, 463

Akin, R. W., memoirs, noted 1

Akwona, Angelica 520

Akwona, Maria 520

Albright, R. G 178

Alcot, 517

Alcott, Amos Bronson 373

Alexander, John, articles by, noted. ... 154

538, 539

Alexander, Verne, U. S. Weather Bu-
reau 80

quoted 73

Aley, Omrah 463

Alfalfa 278

Alkire, J. C., reminiscences of, noted. . . 153

Allard, J. G 239, 246

Allen, E. B 173, 178, 292

Allen, Forrest (Phog) 31

Allen, Gov. Henry J 30

Allen, Henry Ware, article by, noted. . 156

Allen, J. N 282

Allen, R. N 294

Allen, Samuel 528

Allen, W. E 176

Allen county 278

Allphin, Carrie, article by, noted 153

Alma Wdbaunsee County Herald 30

Alma Wabaunsee County News 30

Altory 288

American Coursing Club 173, 286

American Fur Company 41, 393

American Indian Association 360

American Magazine, New York, article

in, noted 153

American party 467, 485

American Woman's Suffrage Assn 178

Amos, Ed 383

Amos, J. Wayne 296



Amyot, Sister Louise 506

Ancient Order of Hibernians 172

Ancient Order of United Workman ... 166
Anderson, Col. Clay, Burlingame, Cal., 463
Anderson, Dr. George L., University of

Kansas 64, 231, 362, 376, 382

note on 233

"The Administration of Federal Land
Laws in Western Kansas, 1880-1890:
A Factor in Adjustment to a New

Environment," article by 233- 251

Anderson, J. E., Salina 240

Anderson, Rep. John A 293

Anderson, Oscar 70, 383

Anderson county 167

Andrews, Lt. Col. George L 110

Angola 288

Annals of Kansas, published, 1886 176

"Annals of Kansas: 1886" 161- 182

"Annals of Kansas: 1887" 271- 297

Anness 288

Anson 288

Antelope 163, 165, 169

Anthony, D. R 62, 64, 165, 283, 369

372, 376, 554, 556, 558- 562
564-568, 570-574, 577, 578, 585

note on between 592, 593

photo between 592, 593

Anthony, D. R., Ill, Leavenworth. . . . 359

donor 29

Anthony, F. M 274

Anthony, Gov. Geo. T. . . 271, 330, 347, 554

Anthony, Susan B 178, 272, 273

Anthony 277, 283, 287

75th anniversary, note on 541

Anthony Republican 276

special edition, note on 541

Anti-claim-jumping society 171

Anti-Monopoly party, state convention,

1886 175

Arbuckle, Roscoe (Fatty) 31

Archer, Sgt. C. A 128, 203

Arcola (111. ) Record 30

Argonia 277

articles on, noted 604

Argonia Argosu, articles in, noted 604

Arkansas City, articles on, noted 228

barges built 170

first government, article on, noted. . . 604
"Maine Colony," article on, noted . . . 302
Oak Grove school, article on, noted . 228
Arkansas City Daily Traveler, articles

in, noted 228, 604

-microfilming of 358

Arkansas, Kansas and Colorado railroad, 281

Arkansas Valley Editorial Assn 285

Arkansas Valley Town Company 86

Armourdale 451

Armstrong, Mrs. C. H 463

Am, Gov. Edward F 382, 462, 606

Arnett, Claude 384

Arnold, E. J 296

Arnold, J. W 295

Arnold, Vaun, article by, noted 603

Arnold 288

Around the World on a Bicycle 282

Arpin, Rev. Edmund 265

Artesian well, Meade Center 286

Artists and Illustrators of the Old West:

1850-1900, book, note on 464

Asherville, article on, noted 153

Ashes of My Campfire, publication,

noted . 227



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610



GENERAL INDEX



Ashland Clark County Clipper, article

in, noted 153

Atchison, Sen. David R 165, 386, 387

467, 482

Atchison 283

Atchison Champion 82

Atchison county 360

Atchison Daily Globe, anniversary edi-
tion, note on 380

articles in, noted 230, 303, 460, 603

Atchison Land and Improvement Co. . . 275

Atchison Library Assn 286

Atchison Squatter Sovereign 474, 476

Atchison Times 282, 286

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe railroad, 85

86, 88-90, 92, 94, 103, 168, 170

174, 176, 179, 276-278, 280, 281

283, 286, 289, 299, 305, 307, 314

318,536,547, 551

donor 374

rates, 1886 169

Atchison Town Company 595

Atwood, Ward, Colorado Springs, Colo.,

donor 358

Atwood Citizen-Patriot, article in, noted, 602

Aubry, F. X., article on, noted 154

Augusta, museum, article on, noted. . . 602
Augusta Daily Gazette, article in, noted, 543
Augusta Historical Society, essay con-
test, note on 543

officers, 1953 461

Augustana Lutheran Church, Kansas

Conference 72

Austin, W. P 382

Axtell Catholic church, article on, noted, 152
Axtell Methodist church, article on,

noted 302

Axtell Presbyterian church, article on,

noted 302

Axtell Standard, articles in, noted. 152

302, 457

Axton, C. A 603

Ayres, Byron P 128

Ayres, Mrs. H. D., donor 28, 32

B

Baak, Leonard, CoUege of Emporia. . . 231
Backus, Oswald P., Ill, University of

Kansas, talks by, noted 231, 543

Bacon, George 187

Bader, Anton 262

Bader, Ernest B., Washburn University,

Topeka 231

Bader, Hubert 259, 262

Bailey, M. B 245

Bailey, Roy F., Salina 63, 65, 376

Baileyville, articles on, noted. . . . 229, 381

Bailis, Dr. 557

Baily, Surgeon Elisha 1 123, 125

Bair, Mrs. Homer 69, 384, 605

Baird, F. L., Newton 461

Baird, James 249

Baker, Mrs. A. C 167

Baker, C. C 292, 294

Baker, G. Clay, Topeka 71, 461

Baker, Nina Brown, book by, note on. . 160

review, noted 228

Baker University, Baldwin. . . . 154, 274, 291

article on, noted 229

book on, noted 72

Baldry, W. E 77

Baldwin, C. A., Cottonwood Falls 382

Baldwin, Maj. Gen. Frank D . 269

Baldwin 271, 288

Christmas, 1858, article on, noted. . 156

Baldwin Ledger, article in, noted. ... 156

Ball, Mrs. Isabel Worral 307

Ballance, Joseph 207, 209, 214, 215

Ballard, Lt. David E 215

Ballinger, R. H 241

Bancroft, Sen. E. P., Emporia 545



Bangor 179

Bankhead, Col. H. C., letter, copy

given Historical Society 357

Banks, Gen. Nathaniel P 219, 428. 467

468, 485

Banner, A. J 295

Barber, Marshall A., reminiscences of,

published, note on 544

Barber, Sen. Oliver 547

Barber (Barbour) county. ... 167, 329, 338

organization 310

sheriff 281

Bard, S. W 296

Barges, built at Arkansas City 170

Barker, G. J 294

Barker Texas History Center,

San Antonio 23

Barkley, Mrs. John 69

Barlow, C. H 238, 246, 248

Barnard 179

Barnd, Judge J. K 348

Barnes, Elizabeth, articles by, noted . . 302

Barnes, Mrs. Lela 33, 363, 366

elected treasurer of Historical Society, 376
treasurer's report on Historical

Society, 1950-1951 33, 35

1951-1952 363- 365

Barnum, P. T., circus 176

Barr, Capt. 151

Barr, Frank, Wichita 64, 375, 377

donor 30

Barr, Mrs. Herb, Leoti 159

Barrett, Elizabeth 372

Barrett, J. M 245

Barry, Louise 362

and Joyce Farlow, "Vincent B. Os-

borne's Civil War Experiences,"

edited by 108-133, 187- 223

note on 108

Bartlett, John R 22, 23

Bartlett, M. D., article by, noted 158

Bartlett's Familiar Quotations 373

Barton county 317

first Christmas, article on, noted. ... 156

Baseball in Topeka, article on, noted. . 227

Bassett, Lt. Col. Owen A 127, 192, 206

211, 221

Bassett, R. A 293

Bassett, R. C., Seneca 166

Basye, Ruby, articles by, noted . . . 227, 379

381, 458

Bateham post office, article on, noted. . 541



Bauer, Rev. John, article by, noted. ... 153

Baugh, Dr. L. A 160

Baugher, Charles A., Ellis 64, 376

Bawden, W. J 294

Baxter Springs, articles on, noted 229

Baxter Springs Citizen, article in,

noted 156, 157

special edition, note on 229

Baxter Springs News, quoted 226

Bayard 288

Bazaar 258

B-B-Blizzard 165

Beachy, E. B. Dykes, articles by, noted, 154
303,381, 457

Beal, C. N 274

Beall, Mrs. H. G., donor 360

Beals, Frank, articles by, noted 604

Bear creek 400

Beard, W. C. L 241

Beason, Robert G., article by, noted. . . 539

Beattie, Thomas 295

Beck, M. M 62

Beck, William T., Holton 35, 64, 354

363, 374- 376
"Daniel Webster Wilder," address

by 367- 374

donor 28

elected president of Historical

Society 64



GENERAL INDEX



611



Beck, Mrs. William T., Holton 369

Becknell, William 360

Beecher, Henry Ward 275

Beecher, Dr. Lyman 369

Beecher Bible and Rifle Co 275

Beecher Island Battle 404

Beery, Byron 384

Beezley, George F., Girard .... 63, 65, 376

Begley, John 265

Bell, Mrs. James Glenn ... 69, 362, 375, 384

Belleville, article on, noted 457

Belleville Telescope, articles in, noted . . 457

Bellmard, Mrs. Raymond 59

Beloit 179, 180, 278

article on, noted 153

aii-ls' industrial school 290
jit Daily Call, article in, noted 459

special edition, note on 153

Bender family, articles on, noted. .380, 603

Benedict 179

Bennett, A. L 171

Bennett, Al, donor 356

Bennett, C. E 178

Benning, C. W 295

Benson, A. W 27, 293

Benson, G. W 178

Bent, William 74

Bent's Fort 130, 400

Beougher, Edward M., Grinnell, donor, 357

Bergeron, 523, 526

Bergeron, Catherine 522

Bergeron, Francis 510

Bernard, Francis 258

Bernstorf, Rev. F. F 68

Berrigan family 266

Berry, M. H 295

Berryman, Jerome C., Ashland 64, 69

375, 377

Bertrand, Amable 506

Bertrand, Benjamin 506

Bertrand, Bernard 509, 518

Bertrand, Joseph 502, 506

Bertrand, Joseph, Jr 506

Bertrand, Laurence 520

Bertrand, Laurent 506

Bertrand, Madeline 506

Bertrand, Richard 518

Bertrand, Theresa 506

Bestard, Edith Kibbe, article by, noted, 156
Bete, Pierre, biographical sketch of,

noted 152, 153

Bethany College, Lindsborg 170, 291

Betton, Frank H 168, 292

Beurman, Henry 80

Beverly 179

Bickerdyke, Mary A 165

articles on, noted 227, 228

book on, noted 160

Big Timber 288

Big Vermillion creek 411, 412

Billings county 338

Birchfield, L. P 174

Bird City 171, 287

Bischoff, Oscar 286

Bishop, Maud 71

Bismarck 179

Bison herd, sketch of between 16, 17

Bittertown 288

Bitting, Carl E 160, 463

Black Kettle, wild horse, article on,

noted 303

Black Vermillion river . 257

Blair, Lt. Col. Charles W.. . U8, 119, 121

127, 423

Blair, W. A 605

Blake, Henry S., Topeka 376, 461

donor 29, 359

Blake, Mrs. John 69

Blake, W. 569

Blaker, Alfred 295

Blanchard, 525



Blanchard, Ben 284

Blanchard, Charles A., article by, noted, 302

Blanchet, 523

Blood, James . 565

Blue, R. W 294

Blue Mound 179

Blue Rapids 360

Blue river 411

Blue Valley Railroad Co 271

Bluemound 179

Bluestem 288

Bluff 288

Bluff Creek 288

Bluffville 288

Blunt, Gen. James G. . . . 157, 187, 193- 195

197, 201-203, 205, 206, 208, 210, 213

214, 216, 219, 422, 423, 426

Blythe, Rep. L. J., White City 24

Bock, Christoph, family 540

Bodwell, Lewis 360

Boertman, C. S., Kansas State Teachers

College, Emporia 231

Bogue, Allan G., "Farmer Debtors in

Pioneer Kinsley," article by 82, 107

note on 82

pamphlet by, note on 72

Bohl, Charles 167

Boicourt 179

Boies, L. G 99, 107, 296

Boling, Lulu 174

Bellinger, Wiley . 295

Bolmar, C. P 295

Bolton, Will E 166

Bonasa 288

Bond, Bill 283

Bond, Dr. J. F 174

Bond, L. J., El Dorado, donor 358

Bond, R. F 296

Bonner Springs 179

Boone, Col. Dan Morgan 39

Boone 288

Booth, Charles O., article by, noted . . . 229

Booth, Henry. . 239, 241, 306-309, 314- 316

318-321,344, 345

Booth, John Wilkes 272

Borah, D. A 175, 177

Borland, Hal, article by, noted 152

Bornholdt, Mrs. Henry 461

Borton and Spidle, Ness City 241

Bosley, Mrs. J. W., Coldwater. . .facing 305
Boston Daily Commonwealth,

quoted 600

Boston Traveller, quoted 478

Bostwick, 473



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