Burton J. Williams, "John James Ingalls: The Sumner Years," p. 409.|
Peter H. Argersinger, "Road to a Republican Waterloo: The Farmers' Alliance and the Elections of 1890 in Kansas," p. 443.
Robert W. Richmond, "Humorist on Tour: Artemus Ward in Mid-America," p. 470.
James C. Malin, "Notes on the Several Editions of Eugene F. Ware's Rhymes of Ironquill," p. 481.
Bypaths of Kansas History: "Each Generation Has Its Memories," p. 512.
Kansas History as Published in the Press, p. 514.
Kansas Historical Notes, p. 518.
From the cover: This alluring lithograph of the "promised land" (Summer, in Atchicson county), helped to induce John James Ingalls to come to Kansas. Ingalls arrived in 1858, and stayed although he pronounced the pictures a "chromatic triumph of lithographed mendacity.|