Theo. A. Sanborn, "The Story of the Pawnee Indian Village in Republic County, Kansas," p. 1.
Edited by Joseph G. Gambone, "The Forgotten Feminist of Kansas: The Papers of Clarina I. H. Nichols, 1854-1885," Part One (1854-April 7, 1855), p. 12.
Calvin W. Gower, "Gold Fever in Kansas Territory: Migration to the Pike's Peak Gold FIelds, 1858-1860," p. 58.
Minnie Dubbs Millbrook, "Custer's First Scout in the West," p. 75.
Louise Barry, "The Ranch at the Great Bend," p. 96.
John L. Madden, "An Emerging Agricultural Economy: Kansas, 1860-1880," p. 101.
The Annual Meeting
Bypaths of Kansas History
Kansas History as Reported in the Press
Kansas Historical Notes
|From the cover: Samuel J. Reader, early day diarist and folk artist of Shawnee county, later sized up the 1859-1860 gold rush to western Kansas (now Colorado) by depicting in water colors a relative as he might have looked "Going to Pike's Peak," and then his return, broke. The sketches are superimposed here on a Rocky Mountain News extra of June 11, 1859, courtesy the Newberry Library, Chicago. (See "Gold Fever" article, pp. 58-74.)|