VOICES, THE KANSAS COLLECTION ONLINE MAGAZINE



Staff and Contributors


Staff

Editor:               Susan C. Stafford
Director:                     Dick Taylor



Works Referenced: Contributors and Volunteers

December 1996

Governor Geary's Administration in Kansas, by Dr. John S. Gihon:   produced by Connie Snyder

Kansas: Its Interior and Exterior Life, by Sara Robinson:   produced by several EKIS volunteers, including Susan C. Stafford, Lynn Nelson, Annette Hampton, Timothy Thrush, Melissa Calhoun, and Sandra Harris

Report of the Emigrant Aid Society:   contributed by the Kansas Collection of Spencer Research Library of the University of Kansas, and produced by Susan C. Stafford, Alec Miller, Graham Pendreigh, and David Volmut

The Lawrence Massacre, by Rev. Richard Cordley:   contributed by the Kansas Collection of Kenneth Spencer Research Library and the Department of History of the University of Kansas, and produced by Susan C. Stafford and Alec Miller

"The Civil War Began in Kansas 80 Years Ago," by Harold C. Place:   contributed by Jean Pritchard and produced by Susan C. Stafford

The Prairie Traveler, by Capt. Randolph B. Marcy:   produced by Mary Ann Thompson, Susan C. Stafford, Jude Glad and Lynn Nelson

"Memories of Kansas Settlement," by E. T. McFarland:   contributed by Georgianna Tilton and produced by Susan C. Stafford and Georgiana Tilton

"A True Kansas Sunflower Story," by Lynn Nelson:   contributed by the author and produced by Susan C. Stafford


If you would like to contribute:
If you would like to contribute an original article for publication in Voices, please forward submissions by electronic mail (in ASCII text) to the Voices editor for consideration. Graphics may also be sent by email attachment (please send each graphic in a separate email message). Articles should focus on Kansas history and highlight selections in the Kansas Collection. If accepted, articles are subject to further editing as needed for inclusion in the magazine.

If you wish to contribute materials for inclusion in the Kansas Collection, please go to the Early Kansas Imprint Scanners Workshop site for additional information.

Thank you for your interest!



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