Glen Schwendemann, "Wyandotte and the First 'Exodusters' of 1879," p. 233.
Charles R. Wetzel, "Monument Station, Gove County," p. 250.
James C. Malin, "Eugene Ware and Dr. Sanger: The Code of Political Ethics, 1872-1892," p. 255.
Lela Barnes, ed., "An Editor Looks At Early-Day Kansas: . . ." p. 267.
Bypaths of Kansas History: "Each Generation Has Its Memories," p. 340.
Kansas History as Published in the Press, p. 341.
Kansas Historical Notes, p. 343.
|From the cover: Downtown Topeka as it appeared in the horse-and-buggy days: looking south from Sixth and Kansas in 1873. The large building in the center, slightly altered, still stands. It is currently occupied by Parkview Drugs. For a description of Topeka in 1873 see pp. 294-297.|