A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z [Web Sites]

Abel, Anna H. "Indian Reservations in Kansas and the Extinquishment of Their Title." Kansas Historical Collection 8 (1903-1904): 72-109.

Detailed description of the ceding of Indian lands.

Abing, Kevin. "Before Bleeding Kansas: Christian Missionaries, Slavery, and the Shawnee Indians in Pre-Territorial Kansas, 1844-1854." Kansas History 24 (Spring 2001): 54-70.

Thomas Johnson was the focus of interdenominational discord, with a driving ambition that poisoned relations with his neighbors.

Abing, Kevin. "A Holy Battleground: Methodist, Baptist & Quaker Missionaries Among Shawnee Indians, 1830-1844." Kansas History 21 (Summer 1998): 118-137.

Religious strife contributed little to the Shawnee's welfare. Thomas Johnson was an instigator.

Adams, Franklin G. "The Capitals of Kansas." Kansas Historical Collections 8 (1903-1904): 331-351.

Biography of James S. Emery

Admire, W. W. Admire's Political and Legislative Hand-Book for Kansas. Topeka: Geo. W. Crane & Co., Publishers, 1891.

Miscellaneous facts about politicians including Bogus Legislators.

Andreus, A. T. (Revised by Cutler, William G.) History of the State of Kansas. Chicago: R.R. Donnelly & Sons, 1883.

Thorough account with county histories and biographies.

Andreas, A. T. History of the State of Nebraska. Chicago: Western Historical Company, 1882.

Arbuckle, Clyde. "His Honor Judge William B. Almond." Pony Express Courier 9 (1942).

Asbury, Virginia Hays and Doerschuk, Albert N. "The Boone, Hays and Berry Families of Jackson County." Missouri Historical Review 28 (July 1929) 536-549.

Albert Boone's Westport home was a showplace.

Atchison, Theodore C. "David R. Atchison." Missouri Historical Review 24 (1930): 502-515.

Reinforces the story of Atchison's Presidency for a day.

Bader, Robert Smith. Prohibition in Kansas: A History. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 1986.

The question of liquor control has been of consuming and enduring interest in Kansas

Bailes, Kendall E. Rider on the Wind: Jim Lane and Kansas. Shawnee Mission: Wagon Wheel Press, 1962.

Ballard, David E. "The First State Legislature." Kansas Historical Collections 10 (1907-1910): 232-254.

Samuel Houston was in both the First Territorial Legislature and the first State Legislature.

Balser, Brad A. "The Underground Railroad: Grand Central Station to the Negro Settlements." Student Projects, College of Education, Ohio State University, 1998.

Baltimore, Lester B. "Benjamin Stringfellow: Fight for Slavery on the Missouri Border." Missouri Historical Review 62 (October 1967): 14-29.

Stringfellow's progress from Platte County lawyer to pro-slavery leader to Republican railroader.

Barnes, Lela, ed. "Letters of Cyrus Kurtz Holliday, 1854-1859." Kansas Historical Quarterly August, 1937 (Vol. 6, No. 3): 241-294.

Barr, Thomas P. "The Pottawatomie Baptist Manual Labor Training School." Kansas Historical Quarterly 43 (1977): 377-431.

David Lykins headed the school late in its time as part of his duties.

Barry, Louise. "Albert D. Richardson's Letters on the Pike's Peak Gold Region." Kansas Historical Quarterly 12 (1943): 14-57.

Description of Frank Marshall's Marysville.

Barry, Louise. "The Emigrant Aid Company Parties of 1854 and The Emigrant Aid Company Parties of 1855." Kansas Historical Quarterly 12 (1943): 115-155, 227-268.

Thorough listing of all emigrants

Barry, Louise. The Beginning of the West: Annals of the Kansas Gateway to the American West 1540-1854. Topeka: Kansas State Historical Society, 1972.

Valuable source for early Kansas. Many Bogus Legislators were in Kansas before 1854

Barry, Louise. "The Fort Leavenworth-Fort Gibson Military Road and the Founding of Fort Scott." Kansas Historical Quarterly 11 (May, 1942): 115-129.

John Dougherty proposed the Military Road.

Bernard, William R. "Westport and the Santa Fe Trade." Kansas Historical Collections 9 (1905-1906): 552-584.

A.G. Boone was an important Westport trader.

Black, Henry C. Black's Law Dictionary, Seventh Edition. St. Paul, Minnesota: West Group, 1999.

The standard work for legal definitions.

Blackmar, Frank W. Kansas: A Cyclopedia of State History. Chicago: Standard Publishing Company, 1912.

Blaine, Martha R. The Ioway Indians. University of Oklahoma Press, 1995.

Richardson was agent at the Great Nemaha for two terms.

Blair, Ed. History of Johnson County, Kansas. Lawrence: Standard Publishing Company, 1915.

Blue, R.W. "Documentary History of Kansas." Kansas Historical Collection 5 (1889-1896): Governor Reeder's Administration, 163-233.

Booth, E.R. History of osteopathy, and twentieth-century medical practice. Cincinnati: Caxton Press, 1906.

Boynton, Charles Brandon. Journey through Kansas; with sketches of Nebraska. Cincinnati: Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Company, 1855.

Ohio settlement committee surveys opportunities in Autumn 1854

Brant, Marley. Outlaw Youngers: A Confederate Brotherhood. Lanham, Maryland: Madison Books, 1992.

Two chapters on Henry Younger.

Brewerton, G. Douglas. War in Kansas: A Rough Trip to the Border. New York: Derby & Jackson, 1856.

Brody, Fawn M. No Mans Knows My History: The Life of Joseph Smith, The Mormon Prophet. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1966.

Brown, A. Theodore. Frontier Community: Kansas City to 1870. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1963.

Leadership in Kansas City was remarkably stable during the Civil War era.

Brownback, Sam. "Kansas Fence Laws and Trespassing Livestock." 56 Journal of the Kansas Bar Association No. 3, 15 (1987).

Brown, George W. Reminiscences of Governor R.J. Walker: The Rescue of Kansas from Slavery. Rockford, Illinois: George W. Brown, 1902. (Baker Library)

Bryant, Keith L., Jr. Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway. New YorK: MacMillan Publishing Company, 1974.

Alexander Johnson accomplishments as Land Agent for the railroad.

Burke, W.S. Official Military History of Kansas Regiments during the War for the Suppression of the Great Rebellion. Ottawa, Kansas: reprinted by Kansas Heritage Press, 1994.

Burnet, Peter H. Recollections and Opinions of an Old Pioneer. New York: D. Appleton-Century Company, 1880.

Early Clay County lawyer who became the first governor of California.

Butell, George H. and Ethel A. Prairie City, Douglas County, Kansas: Answering the Question, "Where Was Prairie City?" 1855 to 1883. Baldwin City, Kansas: Santa Fe Trail Historical Society, 1972.

Butler, Josiah. "Pioneer School Teaching at the Comanche-Kiowa Agency School 1870-1873." Chronicles of Oklahoma 6 (December, 1928): 483-528.

A.G. Boone lost his post as Indian Agent but acted as assistant.

Byers, O. P. "When Railroading Outdid the Wild West Stories." Kansas Historical Collections 17 (1926-1928): 339-348.

Railroad from Ft. Leavenworth to Ft. Riley was an early need.

Caldwell, Martha. Annals of the Shawnee Methodist Mission and Indian Manual Labor School. Topeka: Kansas State Historical Society, 1939.

Caldwell, Martha B. "The Eldridge House." Kansas Historical Quarterly 9 (1940): 347-370.

Caldwell, Martha. "Squatter Association of Whitehead District, Doniphan County." Kansas Historical Quarterly 13 (1944): 16-35.

Carmichael, Peter S. The Last Generation: Young Virginians in Peace, War and Reunion. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2005.

Cash, W. J. The Mind of the South. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1941.

Cecil-Fronsman, Bill. "The Kansas Free State and Antislavery in Territorial Kansas." Kansas History 20 (Summer 1997): 102-15.

Cecil-Fronsman, Bill. "Advocate the Freedom of White Men, As Well As That of Negroes: The Kansas Free State and Antislavery Westerners in Territorial Kansas." Kansas History 20 (Summer 1997): 102-115.

Free State Newspaper published by westerners in Lawrence opposed to the New England Emigrant Aid Association was important in organization of the Free State Party.

Cecil-Fronsman, Bill. "'Death to All Yankees and Traitors in Kansas': The Squatter Sovereign and the Defense of Slavery in Kansas." Kansas History 16 (Spring 1993): 22-33.

John Stringfellow's paper expressed the southern view of slavery and northern capitalism.

Chambers, William N. Old Bullion Benton: Senator from the New West. Boston: Little Brown and Company, 1956.

Long a dominant figure in the Senate and opponent of Atchison and the proslavery faction

Chapman Brothers Publishers. Portrait and Biographical Record of Lafayette and Saline Counties, Missouri. Chicago: 1893.

Biography of W.T. Wood

Chappell, Phillip E. "A History of the Missouri River." Kansas Historical Collections 9 (1905-1906): 237-316.

The 1850's were the golden age of Missouri River Steamboats.

Cheatham, Gary L. "'Kansas Shall Not Have the Right to Legislate Slavery Out': Slavery and the 1860 Antislavery Law." Kansas History: A Journal of the Central Plains 23 (Autumn 2000): 154- 171.

Cheatham, Gary L. "Slavery All the Time, Or Not At All: The Wyandotte Constitution Debate, 1859-1861." Kansas History 21 (Autumn 1998): 168-187.

Proslavery representation at the convention was small but John Forman stayed loyal.

Cheatham, Gary L. "Within the Limits of the Southern Confederacy." Kansas History 26 (2003): 172-185.

Efforts by South to recruit Cherokees, Quapaws and Osages

Clark, John G. "Mark W. Delahay: Peripatetic Politician." Kansas Historical Quarterly 25 (1959): 301-312.

Clark, Shelley H. and James W. "Lawrence in 1854: Recollections of Joseph Savage." Kansas History 27 (2004): 31-43.

Early Lawrence settlers battle pro-slavery forces

Cluskey, Michael W., ed. The political text-book, or Encyclopedia. Philadelphia: J. B. Smith & Company, 1860.

Digest of federal statutes and administrative actions, including those concerning the Kansas issue.

Coffin, William H. "Settlement of the Friends in Kansas." Kansas Historical Collections 7 (1901-1902): 322-361.

Includes short biographies of early figures including the Stringfellows.

Cockrell, Ewing. History of Johnson County, Missouri. Cleveland: Historical Publishing Company, 1918.

A. M. Coffey lived in retirement in Johnson County, Missouri

Connelly, William E. A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans. Topeka: Kansas State Historical Society, 1918.

Highly opinionated history by long-time head of the Historical Society.

Connelly, William E. "The Lan-Jenkins Claim Contest." Kansas Historical Collections 16 (1923-1925): 21-176.

Contest for a Lawrence claim ends with Lane killing Jenkins. Several Bogus Legislators were involved.

Connelly, William E. Quantrill and the Border Wars. Cedar Rapids, Iowa: The Torch Press, 1909.

Connelly, William E. "The First Provisional Constitution of Kansas." Kansas Historical Collections 6 (1897-1900): 97-113.

Effort to organize a territorial government before the Nebraska Act. Includes biographies of the Grovers.

Connelly, William E., ed. "Topeka Movement." Kansas Historical Collections 13 (1913-14): 125-249.

Connelly, William E. The Provisional Government of Nebraska Territory and The Journals of William Walker, Provisional Governor of Nebraska Territory. Lincoln: Nebraska Historical Society, 1899.

The two Johnsons contest the Congressional delegate position

Connelly, William E. "Prairie Band of Pottawatomie Indians." Kansas Historical Collections 14 (1918): 488-570.

Pottawatomie Mission connections of several Bogus Legislators.

Cordley, Richard. History of Lawrence: From the Earliest Settlement to the Close of the Rebellion Lawrence, Kansas: E. F. Caldwell, 1895.

Correll, Charles. A Century of Congregationalism in Kansas, 1854-1954. Topeka: Kansas Congregational Christian Conference, 1963.

Cory, Charles Easterbrook. "Slavery in Kansas." Kansas Historical Collection 7 (1901-1902): 229-242.

There were slaves in Kansas, maybe twice the 200 estimated.

Craik, Elmer LeRoy. "Southern Interest in Territorial Kansas, 1854-1858." Kansas Historical Collections 15 (1919-1922): 334-450.

Crawford, George A. "The Candle-Box under the Woodpile." Kansas Historical Collections 10 (1907-1908): 196-204.

Crisler, Robert M. "Missouri's Little Dixie." Missouri Historical Review 42 (July 1948): 130-139.

Definition of the term chiefly by affiliation with the Democratic Party.

Cruise, John D. "Early Days of the Union Pacific." Kansas Historical Collections> 11 (1909-1910): 529-549.

Curtis , William J., "John W. Reid, The Forgotten Hero." Jackson County Historical Society Journal Vol. 5, No.15 (November 1964): 8-9.

Reid was an important lawyer in Independence and community leader in Kansas City.

Cutler, William G. [See Andreus above]

Dallas, E.J. "Early-Day Post Offices in Kansas." Kansas Historical Collections 7(1901-1902): 441-446.

Several members of the bogus legislature were first postmasters.

Dawson, John S. "The Legislature of 1868." Kansas Historical Collections 10 (1907-1908): 254-279.

Biographies of members.

Dawson, Joseph C. Doniphan's Epic March: The 1st Missouri Volunteers in the Mexican War. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 1999.

The Missouri volunteers were poor soldiers but knew how to fight.

Dean, Virgil, ed. John Brown to Bob Dole: Movers and Shakers in Kansas History. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2006.

Short biographies and the importance of John Brown, James H. Lane, William H. Russell and Clarinda Nichols from the Territorial Period.

Delahay, Mary E. "Judge Mark W. Delahay." Kansas Historical Collections 10 (1907-1908): 638-641.

Reminiscence by a daughter.

Denison, William W. "Early Days in Osage County." Kansas Historical Collections 17 (1926-1928): 375-383.

DeVoto, Bernard. The Year of Decision: 1846. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1943.

Dickey, Michael. Arrow Rock: Crossroads of the Missouri Frontier. Arrow Rock, Missouri: Friends of Arrow Rock, 2004.

Dolbee, Cora. "The First Book on Kansas: The Story of Edward Everett Hale's 'Kanzas and Nebraska.'" Kansas Historical Quarterly May, 1933 (Vol. 2, No. 2): 139-181.

Dolbee, Cora. "The Fourth of July in Early Kansas." Kansas Historical Quarterly 8 (1939): 115-139.

Dolbee, Cora. "The Fourth of July in Early Kansas 1854-1857." Kansas Historical Quarterly February, 1941 (Vol. 10, No. 1): 34-78.

Many early 4th speakers were members of the legislature.

Dolbee, Cora. "The Third Book on Kansas: An Interpretation of J. Butler Chapman's 'History and Emigrant's Guide.'" Kansas Historical Quarterly 8 (1939): 238-278.

The author was later a free-state leader.

Douglas, Richard L. "A History of Manufactures in the Kansas District." Kansas Historical Collections 11 (1909-1910): 81-215.

Manufacturing was not a large industry in Territorial Kansas.

Doy, John. The narrative of John Doy, of Lawrence, Kansas. New York: T. Holman, 1860.

Account of Kansas troubles by doctor from Rochester, N.Y. in 1854 party settling in Lawrence.

Dyer, Frank Lewis and Martin, Thomas Commerford. Edison, His Life and Inventions. New York: Harper Brothers, 1929.

Eaton, Miles W. "The Development and Later Decline of the Hemp Industry in Missouri." Missouri Historical Review 43 (July 1949): 344-59.

Expansion of the cotton industry stimulated the growth of hemp for bagging in Missouri.

Edwards, John S. "Shelby's Expedition to Mexico." Missouri Historical Review 14 (1920): 474-493.

James Chiles volunteered during the Mexican War.

Eldridge, William E. "Major John Dougherty, Pioneer," an unpublished paper in the Kansas City Public Library Special Collection, 1962.

Many tall tales repeated but also some facts given.

Elliott, R.G. "The Big Springs Convention." Kansas Historical Collections 8 (1903-04): 362-377.

Elliott was an active force in the free state movement.

Elliott, R.G. "The Grasshopper Falls Convention and the Legislature of 1857." Kansas Historical Collections 10 (1907-08): 182-196.

Story of first free state legislature related by editor of the Kansas Free State

Etcheson, Nicole. Bleeding Kansas: Contested Liberty in the Civil War Era. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2004.

Latest general history of the time with emphasis on political "agitation" leading to the free state movement.

Etcheson, Nicole. "The Great Principle of Self-Government: Popular Sovereignty and Bleeding Kansas." Kansas History 27 (Spring-Summer 2004): 14-29

Everett, John and Sarah. "Letters of John and Sarah Everett, 1854-1864: Miami County Pioneers." Kansas Historical Quarterly 8 (1939): 143-174.

Ewes, Marvin. "The United States Army in the Kansas Border Troubles, 1855-1856." Kansas Historical Quarterly 32 (1966): 385-400.

Professional soldiers did not take sides and acted only under clear orders from Washington.

Fairbanks, Jonathan and Tuck, Clyde Edwin. Past and Present of Greene County, Missouri. A. W. Brown & Company, 1915.

Farley, Alan W. "Annals of Quindaro: A Kansas Ghost Town." Kansas Historical Quarterly 22 (1956): 305-320.

Fisher, Glenn W. "Property Taxation in the Kansas Territory." Kansas History 11 (Autumn 1988): 185-200.

Adopting the laws of Missouri meant adopting its problems as well as its good features.

Fitz, Leslie A. "The Development of the Milling Industry in Kansas." Kansas Historical Collections 12 (1911-1912): 53-59.

The first mills in Kansas were sawmills and grist mills. Flour mills came later.

Fitzgerald, Daniel. Ghost Towns of Kansas, (In Three Volumes) Holton, Kansas: Bell Graphics, 1982.

Full version of the traveler's guide below, Thick packed with facts about lost towns.

Fitzgerald, Daniel. Ghost Towns of Kansas: A Traveler's Guide Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 1988.

Frazier, Margaret M. "'Life is uncertain?' Willard Hall Mendenhall's 1862 Civil War Diary." Missouri Historical Review 70 (1984): 65-88.

Union soldier in hostile Lexington, Missouri

Freeman, Douglas Southall. Lee's Lieutenants: A Study in Command, Volume 3, Gettysburg to Appomattox. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1944.

Fuenfhausen, Gary. A Guide To Historic Clay County, Missouri, Architectural Resources and Other Historic Sites of the Civil War. Prairie Lick, Missouri: Little Dixie Publications, 1996 and 1999.

Gaeddert, G. Raymond. "First Newspapers in Kansas Counties 1854-1864." Kansas Historical Quarterly 10 (1941): 3-33.

Gardner, Theodore. "Andrew Reeder, First Territorial Governor." Kansas Historical Collection 16 (1923-1925): 582-585.

Gates, Paul Wallace. Fifty Million Acres: Conflicts over Kansas Land Policy, 1854-1890. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1997.

Reprint of 1954 edition

Gates, Paul Wallace. "A Fragment of Kansas Land History: The Christian Indian Tract." Kansas Historical Quarterly 6 (1937): 227-240.

Shameful tale of land hunger by both sides in Kansas Territory.

Gentry, North Todd. "Plank Roads in Missouri." Missouri Historical Review 31 (1937): 272-87.

Missouri joined the plank road craze in the 1850's.

Gihon, John H. Governor Geary's Administration in Kansas: A Complete History of the Territory until 1857. Philadelphia: Charles C. Rhodes, 1857.

Geary's private secretary goes to Kansas a pro-slavery Democrat but gains sympathy for free soil.

Giles, F.W. Thirty Years in Topeka: A Historical Sketch. Topeka: George Crane, 1886. (Reprinted) Topeka: Capper Special Services, 1960.

Personal experiences of one of the founders.

Glaab, Charles N. Kansas City and its Railroads. University Press of Kansas, 1993.

Kansas City's desire to be part of the railroad boom in the 1850's.

Gladstone, T. H. The Englishman in Kansas: Squatter Life and Border Warfare 1856 Lincoln: Reprinted by University of Nebraska Press 1971

Gleed, Charles. "Samuel Walker." Kansas Historical Collections 6 (1897-1900): 249-274.

Includes raid on Walker's cabin by Andrew McDonald

Gleed, Charles S. "The First Kansas Railway." Kansas Historical Collections 6 (1897-1900): 357-359.

First track laid at Elwood March 20, 1860.

Glick, George W. "The Railroad Convention of 1860." Kansas Historical Collections 9 (1905-1906): 467-480.

Settlement of freestate and proslavery railroad schemes.

Godsey, Flora Rosenquist. "The Early Settlement and Raid on the 'Upper Neosho.'" Kansas Historical Collections 16 (1923-1925): 451-463.

Thomas J. Addis was a troublemaker in the Neosho river settlement.

Goff, William A. "Col. Thomas Rosser of Westport, Missouri." Westport Historical Quarterly, Volume 6, Issue 2 (September 1970), 16-22.

Goff, William A. "Just to Keep the Record Straight." Westport Historical Journal 10 (September 1974): 35-36.

The Ewing-Boone Building was built by Ewing for trading with the Shawnees.

Goodin, Joel K. "The Topeka Movement." Kansas Historical Collections 13 (1913-1914): 125-249.

Goodin collected the papers of the early free-state movement and sent them to the State Historical Society in 1879.

Goodnow, Isaac. "Personal Reminiscences and Kansas Emigration, 1855." Kansas Historical Collection 4 (1886-1888): 244-256.

Prominent free-state man remembers the early days

Goodrich, Thomas. War to the Knife: Bleeding Kansas, 1854-1861. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 1998.

Gower, Calvin W. "Kansas Territory and Its Boundary Question: 'Big Kansas' or 'Little Kansas.'" Kansas Historical Quarterly 33 (1967): 1-12.

The Wyandotte Constitutional Convention considered annexing part of Nebraska.

Gray, P.L. Gray's Doniphan County history: A record of the happenings of half a hundred years. Bendana, Kansas: The Roycroft Press, 1905.

50 years of Doniphan County history told through memories. John Forman is prominent.

Graybill, Ben W. History of Kansas Masonry. Grand Lodge of A.F.& A. Masons of Kansas, 1975.

Many of the legislators were masons, including Richard Rees

Greeley, Horace. A History of the Struggle for Slavery Extension Or Restriction in the United States. New York: Dix, Edwards and Company, 1856.

Green, Albert R. "The Kansas River--Its Navigation." Kansas Historical Collections 9 (1905-1906): 317-358.

The Kansas River was never really navigable.

Green, George Fuller. A Condensed History of the Kansas City Area: Its Mayors and Some V.I.P.s. Kansas City: The Lowell Press, 1968.

Milton McGee was an early mayor from a pro-slavery family

Greene, Albert R. "United States Land Offices in Kansas." Kansas Historical Collection 8 (1903-1904): 2-13.

Dates and names for Land Offices in Territorial Kansas.

Griffen, C. S. "The University of Kansas and the Years of Frustration, 1854-64." Kansas Historical Quarterlies Spring 1966 (Vol. 32, No. 1): 1-32.

Griffith, G. W. E. "The Battle of Black Jack." Kansas Historical Collections 16 (1923-1925), 524-528.

Personal recollection recorded in a 1924 interview.

Gower, Calvin W. "Aids to Prospective Prospectors: Guidebooks and Letters from Kansas Territory, 1858-1860." Kansas Historical Quarterly 43 (1977): 67-77.

Lucien Eastin published a guide to Pike's Peak without going there.

Guttman, Jon. "The Last Ride of J.E.B. Stuart." America's Civil War Magazine, January, 2000.

Hall, Jesse H. History of Platte County, Missouri. Topeka: Historical Publishing Company, 1921.

Useful for lists of citizens and officials.

Hall, Thomas. Dr. John Sappington of Saline County, Missouri, 1776-1856. Arrow Rock, Missouri: Friends of Arrow Rock, 1986.

Ham, George E. and Higham, Robin, eds. The Rise of the Wheat State: A History of Kansas Agriculture, 1861-1986. Manhattan: Sunflower University Press, 1987.

Chapter by Socolofsky on Agricultural Heritage in Kansas

Harrell, David E. "James Shannon: Preacher, Educator, and Fire-Eater." Missouri Historical Review 63 (January 1969), 135-170.

Harrington, Grant W. Historic Spots or Milestones in the Progress of Wyandotte County, Kansas. Merriam, Kansas: The Mission Press, 1935.

Historic locations in the county with anecdotal notes.

Harris, Harry Jasper. "My Story." Kansas State Historical Collections 15 (1919-1922): 553-572.

New York State settler in Miami county had trouble with Jayhawkers.

Hart, Charles. "The Natural Limits of Slavery Expansion: Kansas-Nebraska Act, 1854." Kansas Historical Quarterly 34 (Spring 1968): 32-50.

Opinions in Congress about the possibility of slavery in Kansas.

Harvey, Charles. "Missouri from 1849 to 1861." Missouri Historical Review 2 (October 1907): 23-40.

Brief biographies of the leading figures.

Haskell, John G. "The Passing of Slavery in Western Missouri." Kansas Historical Collections 7 (1901-1902): 28-39.

Slavery in Missouri was primarily a domestic not a commercial enterprise.

Hastings, Rosetta B. Personal Recollections of Pardee Butler. Cincinnati: Standard Publishing Company, 1889.

Haworth, Erasmus. "Historic Sketch of the Gypsum, Cement and Plaster Industry in Kansas." Kansas Historical Collections (1901-1902): 84-90.

Bogus Legislator Frank Marshall plastered his house in Marysville in 1858 with Blue River gypsum

Henry, Stuart. "James S. Emery." Kansas Historical Collections 6 (1897-1900): 223-225.

Hickman, Russell K. "Lewis Bodwell, Frontier Preacher: The Early Years Concluded." Kansas Historical Quarterly 12 (1943): 349-365.

Hickman, Russell K. "Lincoln College, Forerunner of Washburn Municipal University." Kansas Historical Quarterly 18 (1950): 20-54.

Hickman, Russell K. "The Reeder Administration Inaugurated." Kansas Historical Quarterly 36 (Autumn 1970): 305-340 (Delegate Election) and 424-455 (Census).

Hickman, Russell K. "Speculative Activities of the Emigrant Aid Company." Kansas State Historical Society August, 1935 (Vol. 4, No. 3): 235-267.

From the beginning the Emigrant Aid Company planned to profit from its Kansas venture.

Hinton, Richard J. "Pens That Made Kansas Free." Kansas Historical Collections 6 (1897-1900): 371-382.

Remembering the special correspondents covering Bleeding Kansas 50 years later by writer who knew them.

Hobbs, Wilson. "The Friends' Establishment in Kansas Territory." Kansas Historical Collection 8 (1903-1904): 250-271.

The Free-State Mendenhalls were early Quaker missionaries.

Hodder, Frank Heywood. "Some Aspects of the English Bill for the Admission of Kansas." Kansas Historical Collections 10 (1907-1908): 224-232.

Holcombe, R. I. History of Greene County, Missouri. Springfield, Missouri: Perkins & Horne, 1883.

Holloway, John N. History of Kansas: from the first exploration of the Mississippi valley, to its admission into the Union. Lafayette, IN: James Emmons & Company, 1868.

An early attempt at unbiased history.

Houck, Louis. History of Missouri from the Earliest Explorations and Settlements until the Admission of the State into the Union. Chicago: R.R. Donnelley & Sons Co., 1908.

Howes, Charles C. This Place Called Kansas. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1952.

Survey History with territorial chapters.

Hoy, Jim. Cowboys and Kansas. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1995.

Cowboy stories with some history of grazing in Kansas.

Hull, O.C. "Railroads in Kansas." Kansas Historical Collections 12 (1911-1912): 37-52.

Early efforts at building railroads.

Hurt, R. Douglas. Agriculture and Slavery in Missouri's Little Dixie. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1992.

Development of the seven county area along the Missouri River as a distinct area of the state.

Hutchinson, William. "Sketches of Kansas Pioneer Experience." Kansas State Historical Collections 7 (1901-1902): 390-410.

Memories of early Lawrence settler.

Hutter, William H. "Scenes In (And En Route To) Kansas Territory, Autumn, 1854." Kansas Historical Quarterly 35 (1969): 312-336.

Reeder's first travel to Kansas.

Ingalls, Sheffield. History of Atchison County, Kansas. Cincinnati: Standard Publishing Company, 1916.

Jackson, Sheldon. "English Quakers Tour Kansas in 1858 From the Journal of Sarah Lindsey." Kansas Historical Quarterly 13 (1944): 36-52.

Jackson, W. Turrentine. "The Army Engineers as Road Surveyors and Builders in Kansas and Nebraska, 1854-1858." Kansas Historical Quarterly 17 (February 1949): 37-59.

How difficult road building and maintenance was on the frontier.

Joblin, M. & Company. Louisville Past and Present: Its Industrial History. Louisville: John P. Morton & Company, 1875.

Biography of Dr. George Bayless.

Johannsen, Robert W. "The Lecompton Constitutional Convention: An Analysis of its Membership." Kansas Historical Quarterly 23 (Autumn 1957): 225-243.

Seventeen of the delegates were or had been members of the Bogus Legislature

Johnston, J. H. Leavenworth: Beginning to Bicentennial Leavenworth: J. H. Johnston, III, 1976.

Local history largely drawn from Leavenworth Newspapers

Johnson, Kirby Easley. Our Easley Ancestors and Their Relatives. Roswell, N.M.: Hall-Poorbaugh Press, 1963.

The McGee family of Kansas City were relatives

Johnson, Samuel A. The Battle Cry of Freedom: The New England Emigrant Aid Company in the Kansas Crusade. University of Kansas Press, 1954.

Johnson, Samuel A. "The Emigrant Aid Company in Kansas." Kansas Historical Quarterly 1 (1932): 429-441.

Johnson, Samuel A., "The Emigrant Aid Company in the Kansas Conflict." Kansas Historical Quarterly 6 (1937): 21-33.

Johnson, W. A. The History of Anderson County, Kansas, From its First Settlement to the Fourth of July, 1876. Kauffman & Iler, Garnett Plaindealer, 1877.

Johnson, William Foreman. History of Cooper County, Missouri Topeka: Historical Publishing Company, 1919.

Jones, Landon Y. William Clark and the Shaping of the West. New York: Hill and Wang, 2004.

Clark was Commissioner of Indian Affairs for many years.

Joy, Mark S. "Caleb May: Kansas Territorial Pioneer and Politician." The Prairie Scout 5 (1985): 94-117.

Kansas Adjutant General. Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Kansas, 1861-1865. Topeka: Reprinted by The Kansas State Printing Company, 1896.

Records of Kansas Volunteer Units in the Civil War.

Kansas State Board of Agriculture, First Biennial Report, Osage County. Topeka, 1878.

Kansas City Architects and Planners Collaborative. Research report on the Albert G. Boone Store. Kansas City Public Library, 1970.

The study for National Historic Register status for the Ewing-Boone Building.

Kansas City Historical Company. History of Johnson County, Missouri. Kansas City: 1881.

Kansas Legislative Assembly. Statutes of 1855. John M. Brady, Public Printer, Shawnee Manual Labor School, 1855.

Kansas Territorial Legislature. Journal of the House of Representatives of the Territory of Kansas 1855. Topeka: Kansas State Historical Society, Call Number:SP 328.1 K13 SP 328.1 K13 1855

Kansas Territorial Legislature. Journal of the Council of the Territory of Kansas, At Their First Session Topeka: Kansas State Historical Society, Call Number:SP 328.1 K13.

Keller, Morton. "The Making of the Modern Corporation." The Wilson Quarterly 21/4 (Autumn 1997): 58-69.

Where the corporation came from and the tension between corporate action and public regulation.

Kellogg, Lyman B. "The Founding of the State Normal School." Kansas Historical Collections 12 (1911-1912): 88-98.

Kiene, L.L. "The Battle of the Spurs and John Brown's Exit from Kansas." Kansas Historical Collections 8 (1903-1904): 443-449.

King, Clyde L. "The Kansas School System-- Its History and Tendencies." Kansas Historical Collections 11 (1909-1910): 424-455.

Kuykendall, W.L. Frontier Days: A True Narrative of Striking Events on the Western Frontier. Denver: J.M. and H.L. Kuykendall, 1917.

Landrum, Charles Hanford. "A History of the Kansas School Fund." Kansas Historical Collections 12 (1911-1912): 195-217.

Use and misuse of monies raised for support of public schools.

Langsdorf, Erich "Jim Lane and the Frontier Guard." Kansas Historical Quarterly 9 (1940): 13-25.

Launius, Roger D. Alexander William Doniphan: Portrait of a Missouri Moderate Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1997.

Doniphan was a Whig rival of Atchison and Benton

Lee, Lawrence B. Kansas and the Homestead Act, 1862-1905. New York: Arno Press, 1979.

Includes some background of land laws before the Homestead Act of 1862.

Lecompte, Samuel D. "A Defense by Samuel D. Lecompte." Kansas Historical Collections 8 (1903-1904): 389-405, reprinted from Troy Chief, February 4, 1875.

Leslie, Edward E. The Devil Knows How to Ride: The True Story of William Clarke Quantrill and His Confederate Raiders New York: Random House, 1996.

Henry Younger's murder causes the Younger brothers to join Quantrill.

LeSueur, Stephen C. The 1838 Mormon War in Missouri. Columbia: University of Missouri, 1978.

An unbiased account 140 years removed from the event.

Lewis, Lloyd. "Propaganda and the Kansas-Missouri War." Missouri Historical Review 34 (October 1939): 9-17.

Missouri and the South lacked the propaganda ability of the North.

Lewis, Lloyd. "The Man the Historians Forgot." Kansas Historical Quarterly 8 (1939): 85-103.

James H. Lane was out of favor with historians in 1939.

"Kansas Volume." United States Biographical Dictionary.. Chicago: S. Lewis and Company, 1879.

Lillard, T. M. "Beginnings of the Kansas Judiciary." Kansas Historical Quarterly 10 (February 1941): 91-99.

Lindquist, Emory. "Religion in Kansas During the Era of the Civil War." Kansas Historical Quarterly 25 (1959): 407-437.

Loeb, Isidor. "The Beginnings of Missouri Legislation." Missouri Historical Review 1 (1906): 53-71, reprinted Missouri Historical Review 92 (1998): 222-237.

The basic laws of Missouri derived from the Indiana Territorial Laws.

Lovejoy, Julia Louisa. "Letters from Kanzas." Kansas Historical Quarterly 11 (1942): 29-44.

Lowrey, Grosvenor P. "Biography of Governor Andrew H. Reeder." Kansas Historical Collections 3 (1883-1885): 197-205.

Lutz, J.J. "The Methodist Missions Among the Indian Tribes in Kansas." Kansas Historical Collections 9 (1905-1906): 160-235.

Outline of the Methodist Church South's missionary efforts in early Kansas by Methodist minister.

Lyon, William H. "Claiborne Fox Jackson and the Secession Crisis in Missouri." Missouri Historical Review 58 (July 1964): 422-441.

Jackson was an astute politician but in the end he could not keep Missouri in the Union, could not keep her neutral and could not really take her into the Confederacy.

McCabe, F.S. "The Churches of Kansas." Kansas Historical Collections 3 (1881-1885}: 422-426.

The beginnings of the denominations.

McCahon, James. Reports of Cases Reported in the Supreme Court of the Territory of Kansas. Chicago: Callaghan & Cockgrove, 1870.

Includes a preface dealing with decisions before 1858.

McClure, James R. "Taking the Census and Other Incidents in 1855." Kansas Historical Collections 8 (1903-1904): 227-252.

Entertaining story about the McGees at 110 mile creek.

McCollough, David. Truman. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1992.M

Harry Truman's great uncle attended the Lexington Slave Owners Convention.

McGonigle, James A. "The First Kansas at the Battle of Wilson's Creek." Kansas Historical Collections 12 (1911-1912): 292-295.

McGuinn, Nellie. Kansas City, Kansas Public School System, 1819-1961. Kansas City, Kansas: United School District 500, 1966.

The Wyandotte Lyceum was an early educational effort

McMurtrie, Douglas C. "Pioneer Printing of Kansas: 1855-1860." Kansas Historical Quarterly 1 (1931): 3-16.

Pro-slavery newspapers preceded free-state publishers. A listing.

McNamara, John. In perils by mine own countrymen: Three years on the Kansas border. By a clergyman of the Episcopal Church. Auburn, NY: Miller, Orton & Mulligan, 1856.

Vivid account of Platte County political figures by one who knew them.

McCoy, Isaac. History of Baptist Indian Missions. New York: Johnson Reprint Corporation, 1970.

McCoy dreamed a big dream, a trans-Mississippi west for the native americans.

Macy, Jesse. Anti-Slavery Crusade: A Chronicle of the Gathering Storm. (Reprint) New York: Yale Chronicles of America, 1970. Originally published in 1919.

Madden, John L. "The Financing of a New Territory: The Kansas Territorial Tax Structure, 1854-1861." Kansas Historical Quarterly 35 (Summer 1969): 155-164.

The tax structure passed by the Bogus Legislature was patterned after that of Missouri and relied on property tax.

Malin, James C. "Emergency Housing at Lawrence." Kansas Historical Quarterly 21 (1954): 34-49.

Malin, James C. "Housing Experiments in the Lawrence Community, 1855." Kansas Historical Quarterly 21 (1954): 95-121.

Malin, James C. "The Proslavery Background of the Kansas Struggle." Mississippi Valley Historical Review 10 (December 1923): 285-305.

Missourians realized they were at a disadvantage in Kansas and needed to act preemptively. Malin's views are controversial.

Malin, James C. "Notes on the Writing of General Histories of Kansas." Kansas Historical Quarterly 21 (1954-1955): 264-281, 331-378.

Old timers had strong feelings about the drama of Kansas History and did not like objective writing.

Malin, James C. "Judge Lecompte and the 'Sack of Lawrence,' May 21, 1856." Kansas Historical Quarterly 20 (1953): 465-494.

Judge Lecompte has been unfairly remembered.

Malin, James C. "The Hoogland Examination: The United States V. John Brown, Jr.," Kansas Historical Quarterly 7 (1938): 133-153.

John Brown Jr. tried for treason, William Barbee prosecuting

Malin, James C. "The Topeka Statehood Movement Reconsidered." Territorial Kansas: Studies Commemorating the Centennial. Lawrence: University of Kansas Publications, 1954.

Markham, Virginia Gatch. John Baldwin and Son Milton Come to Kansas: An Early History of Baldwin City, Baker University and Methodism in Kansas. Lawrence, Kansas: Lawrence Printing Service, 1982.

Martin, George W. "The Boundary Lines of Kansas." Kansas Historical Collections 11 (1909-1910): 53-74.

Martin, George W. "A Chapter from the Archives." Kansas Historical Collections 12 (1911-1912): 359-375.

History of Kansas Banking 1854-1912.

Martin, George W. The First Two Years in Kansas. Pamphlet, Topeka: State Printing Office, 1907.

1854 and 1855 were critical years.

Martin, George W. "The Territorial and Military Combine at Fort Riley." Kansas Historical Collections 7 (1901-1902): 361-390.

Military and civilian taking of Indian land and the Pawnee meeting of the Legislature.

Martin, Rebecca. "Willing to Die for Freedom." Kansas Heritage. Topeka: Kansas Historical Society, Spring 2004.

The Territorial Period in outline form.

Mathews, Alfred and Hungerford, Austin. The History of the Counties of Lehigh & Carbon. Philadelphia: Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 1884.

Meerse, David E. "No Propriety in the Late Course of the Governor: The Geary-Sherrard Affair Reexamined." Kansas Historical Quarterly 42 (1976): 237-262.

Melton, Jack W., Jr. and Pawl, Lawrence E. Melton & Pawl's Guide To Civil War Artillery Projectiles. Kennesaw, Georgia: Kennesaw Mountain Press, 1996.

Henry Clay Pate is said to have designed a cannon for the South.

Merkel, Benjamin C. "The Slavery Issue and the Political Decline of Thomas Hart Benton." Missouri Hisorical Review 38 (1943-1944): 388-407.

The Jackson Resolutions were written by Judge Napton and were the beginning of the anti-Benton movement.

Mering, John Vollmer. The Whig Party in Missouri. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1967.

Mildfelt, Todd. The Secret Danites: Kansas' First Jayhawkers: The Secret Society Organized to Make Kansas a Free State. Richmond, Kansas: Todd Mildfelt Publishing, 2003.

Partisans with Masonic-like rituals sought to protect free-state settlers with force of arms.

Mitchell, W. A. "Historic Linn: Its First Settlement." Kansas Historical Collections 16 (1923-1925): 607-657.

Monaghan, Jay. Civil War on the Western Border. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1955.

Bleeding Kansas was a preview of the national struggle

Monticello Community Historical Society. Boom-Town Monticello: History of the Monticello Community (Pamphlet in Shawnee Indian Mission Library), 1995.

Community history chiefly about settlers listed in 1859 census.

Moody, Joel. "The Marais Des Cygnes Massacre." Kansas Historical Collections 14 (1915-1918): 208-223.

Letter from Joseph Anderson "hoisting the black flag"

Moore, Ely, Jr. "The Naming of Osawatomie." Kansas Historical Collections 12 (1911-1912): 338-346.

Moore, H. Miles. Early History of Leavenworth City and County. Leavenworth: Samuel Dodsworth Book Company, 1906.

Memories of one of the founders of the town about early citizens and their actions. Very useful.

Morrall, Albert. "Proslavery Soldier in Kansas in 1856: Statement and Autobiography." Kansas Historical Collections 14 (1915-1918): 123-142.

South Carolina soldier in the 1856 campaigns camped near F. J. Marshall's in Marysville.

Morgan, Perl W. History of Wyandotte County Kansas and its people. Chicago: The Lewis publishing company, 1911.

Some territorial history but mostly turn-of-the-century material.

Morrill, E.N., ed. "History and Statistics of Brown County." Hiawatha Kansas Herald, 1876.

Several members of First Legislature state Brown County named for O.H. Browne.

Morrow, Lynn. "Dr. John Sappington: Southern Patriarch in the New West." Missouri Historical Review 90 (October 1995): 38-60.

Mudd, Joseph A. "The Cabell Descendents in Missouri." Missouri Historical Review 9 (January 1915): 75-93.

Benjamin J. Brown at the Battle of Wilson's Creek.

Napier, Rita. "Economic Democracy in Kansas: Speculation and Townsite Preemption at Kickapoo." Kansas Historical Quarterly 40 (1974): 349-369.

The town speculators stayed in Weston and sold lots in Kansas.

National Historical Company. History of Clay and Platte Counties, Missouri. St. Louis, 1885.

Standard issue history of the period with some useful information about early residents.

New York Tribune. The border ruffian code in Kansas. New York, 1856.

Greeley published the Black Laws for all to see.

Nichols, Alice. Bleeding Kansas. New York: Oxford University Press, 1954.

Readable account by journalist using secondary sources.

Oates, Stephen B. To Purge This Land With Blood: A Biography of John Brown. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1970.

Oertel, Kristen Tegtmeier. "What Makes a Man in Bleeding Kansas? 'The Free Sons of the North' versus 'The Myrmidons of Border-Ruffianism.'" Kansas History: A Journal of the Central Plains 25 (Autumn 2002): 174-189.

Mordecai Oliver defended Missourians in Congress.Oertel, Kristen Tegtmeier, What Makes a Man inBleeding Kansas? "The Free Sons of the North" versus "The Myrmidons of Border-Ruffianism, " Kansas History: A Journal of the Central Plains 25 (Autumn 2002): 174-189. Mordecai Oliver defended Missourians in Congress

Pantle, Alberta. "Death Notices from Kansas Territorial Newspapers, 1854-1861." Kansas Historical Quarterly 18 (Summer 1950): 302-323.

Source for following territorial figures.

Parish, William E. David Rice Atchison of Missouri: Border Politician. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1961.

A favorable biography of a controversial figure.

Parish, William E. "David Rice Atchison, Frontier Politician." Missouri Historical Review 50( October, 1995-July 1956): 339-354.

The early career of Atchison in good light

Parker, Martha J. and Laird, Betty A. Soil of Our Soils: Histories of the Clinton Lake Communities. Lawrence: Coronado Press, 1976.

The historic town of Bloomington later became Clinton.

Pate, H. Clay. The American Vade Mecum, or the Companion of Youth, and Guide to College. Cincinnati: Morgan & Company, 1852.

Patrick, Robert W. "When Kansas City, Mo., Close to Being a City in Kansas." Kansas History 1 (Winter 1978): 266-277.

M.W. McGee was behind the first of several efforts to annex the city to Kansas

Paxton, William McClung. Annals of Platte County, Missouri. Kansas City: Hudson-Kimberly, 1897.

One of the best of the county histories by a judge who knew many of the early figures.

Pinkowski, Edward. "Kosciusko, Indiana, In Print." The Post Eagle Newpaper, April 23, 2003.

Phillips, Christopher. Missouri's Confederate: Claiborne Fox Jackson. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2000.

Phillips, William Addison. The Conquest of Kansas, by Missouri and her Allies: A history of the troubles in Kansas, from the passage of the organic act until the close of July, 1856. Boston: Philips, Sampson and company, 1856.

Free-State spokesman wrote for Horace Greeley.

Pinta, E.R. A History of Psychiatry at The Ohio State University, 1847-1993. Columbus: The Ohio State University Department of Psychiatry, 1994.

Potter, David M. The Impending Crisis 1848-1861. New York: Harper & Row, 1976.

Best summary of the 1850's by the leading mid-20th Century scholar.

Poyner, Barry C. Bound to Slavery: James Shannon and the Restoration Movement. Fort Worth: Star Bible, 1999.

Rawley, James. Race and Politics: Bleeding Kansas and the Coming of the Civil War. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1969.

A dark streak of racial prejudice runs through the politics of the 1850's.

Ray, P. Orman. The Repeal of the Missouri Compromise. Cleveland: Arthur R. Clark Company, 1909.

The 1853 Territorial Convention and the "rump" convention nominating Thomas Johnson.

Reeder, Andrew H. "Governor Reeder's Escape from Kansas." Kansas Historical Collections 3 (1883-1885): 205-223.

Reeder's diary written while escaping from Kansas in disguise.

Reeder, Andrew H. "Executive Minutes During the Administration of Governor Reeder." Kansas Historical Collections 3 (1883-1885): 226-278.

Rice, Cyrus R. "Experiences of a Pioneer Missionary." Kansas Historical Collections 13 (1913-1914): 298-318.

Early days include memory of William Barbee.

Richmond, Robert W. "The First Capitol of Kansas." Kansas Historical Quarterly 21 (Spring 1955): 321-325.

Richmond, Robert W. Kansas, A Land of Contrasts. Arlington Heights, IL: Forum Press, 1974.

Outline of Kansas History in textbook form.

Robinson, Charles. "Topeka and Her Constitution." Kansas Historical Collection 6 (1897-1900): 291-305.

Robley, T.F. History of Bourbon County, Kansas to the close of 1865. Fort Scott: Monitor Book & Print. Company, 1894.

Border warfare in southeast Kansas included members of the first legislature.

Root, George A. "Ferries in Kansas, Part I -- Missouri River." Kansas Historical Quarterly 2 (1933): 3-28.

The Bogus Legislature licensed their friends.

Root, George A. "Ferries in Kansas, Part II -- Kansas River." Kansas Historical Quarterly 2 (1933): 251-293.

Several members of Bogus Legislature were influential in the town of Douglas.

Root, George A. "Ferries in Kansas, Part III -- Blue River." Kansas Historical Quarterly 3 (February 1934): 115-134.

Bogus Legislator F. J. Marshall established an early ferry on the Blue River.

Root, George A. "Ferries in Kansas Part XI -- Great Nemaha River." Kansas Historical Quarterly 5 (1936): 378-380.

John Forman granted a ferry license on the Nemaha

Root, George A. "Ferries in Kansas: Part XII -- Marmaton River." Kansas Historical Quarterly 6 (1937): 14-20.

Samuel Williams was a partner in a Marmaton River crossing.

Root, George. "The First Day's Battle at Hickory Point." Kansas Historical Quarterly 1 (1931-1932): 28-79.

Several Legislators mentioned.

Root, George A. and Hickman, Russell K. "Part IV-The Platte Route-Concluded, The Pony Express and Pacific Telegraph." Kansas Historical Quarterly 14 (1946): 36-92.

Robinson, Charles. The Kansas Conflict. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1892.

Robinson, Sara T. L. Kansas: Its Interior and Exterior Life. Lawrence, 1856.

Robinson, Sara. "The Wakarusa War." Kansas Historical Collections 10 (1907-1908): 457-471.

Rollins, C.B. "Letters of George Caleb Bingham to James S. Rollins, Part II." Missouri Historical Review 32 (January 1938): 164-202.

Rydjord, John. Kansas Place-Names. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1972.

Ryle, Walter H. "Slavery and Party Realignment in Missouri in the States Election of 1856." Missouri Historical Review 39 (1945): 320-332.

Sanborn, Franklin B. "Some Notes on the Territorial History of Kansas." Kansas Historical Collections 13 (1913-1914): 249-265.

Letters of James Montgomery included.

Sanborn, F.B. The Life and Letters of John Brown. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1891.

Schirmer, Sherry L. Milestones: A History of the Kansas Highway Commission & Department of Transportation. Topeka: Kansas DOT, 1986.

Not until the 20th Century did the State have a role in roads building.

Seneca Courier Tribune. Histories of Nemaha County, Spring from Common Source, Anniversary Edition. Seneca, Kansas, 1938.

R.L. Kirk passed through to establish residence in 1855

SenGupta, Gunja. For God and Mammon: Evangelicals and Entrepreneurs, Masters and Slaves in Territorial Kansas, 1854-1860. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1996.

SenGupta, Gunja. "Bleeding Kansas Review." Kansas History 24 (Winter 2001/2002): 318-341.

Historians view Territorial History differently through time

Settle, Raymond W. and Mary Lund. "Waddell and Russell: Frontier Capitalists." Kansas Historical Quarterly 26 (1960): 355-382.

The firm had southern sympathies and Russell was active in Atchisonian politics

Settle, Raymond W. and Mary Lund. War Drums and Wagon Wheels. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1966.

The rise and fall of the freighting firm of Russell, Majors and Waddell.

Shalhope, Robert E. Sterling Price: Portrait of a Southerner. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1971.

"Storm center for controversies in his public career."

Shannon, Wilson. "Correspondence of Governor Wilson Shannon." Kansas Historical Collections 3 (1886-1888): 385-400.

Official letters of the second territorial governor discuss the events of 1856.

Sheridan, Richard B. "From Slavery in Missouri to Freedom in Kansas: The Influx of Black Fugitives and Contrabands Into Kansas, 1854-1865." Kansas History 12 (Spring 1989): 28-47.

The strength of slavery in Missouri and the flight to Kansas after the Free State triumph

Shively, S. J. "The Pottawatomie Massacre." Kansas Historical Collections 8 (1903-1904): 177-187.

Events leading up to murder of Wilkinson from Free State viewpoint.

Shoemaker, Floyd C. "Missouri--Heir of Southern Tradition and Individuality." Missouri Historical Review 36 (1941-1942): 435-446.

Short biographies of political figures in Confederate forces.

Shoemaker, Floyd C. "Missouri's Proslavery Fight for Kansas. [Part I]" Missouri Historical Review 48 (April 1954): 221-236; "[Part II]" 48 (July 1954): 325-340; and "[Part III]" 49 (October 1954): 41-54.

The Missouri side of the story needs to be told but is made difficult for the historian by the lack of journals and letters.

Shoemaker, Floyd C. Missouri's Hall of Fame : Lives of Eminent Missourians. Columbia: The Missouri Book Company, 1918.

Shortridge, James R. "People of the New Frontier: Kansas Population Origins 1865." Kansas History 14 (Autumn 1991): 162-185.

Missouri people early secured all the good land in Kansas but lost out to settlers from the North Midlands.

Smith, George Gardner. Spencer Kellogg Brown, his life in Kansas and his Death as a Spy as Disclosed in his Diary 1842-1863. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1903.

Smith, Nathan, ed. "Letters of a Free-State Man in Kansas, 1856." Kansas Historical Quarterly 21 (1954): 166-172.

Snead, Thomas L. The Fight for Missouri: From the Election of Lincoln to the Death of Lyon. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1886.

> Memoir of a participant.

Socolovsky, Homer E. and Dean, Virgil W. Kansas History, An Annotated Bibliography. New York: Greenwood Press, 1992.

Valuable resource for articles and books

Speer, John. "Accuracy in History." Kansas Historical Collections 6 (1897-1900): 60-69.

Who really murdered whom in early Kansas from a Free-State editor

Speer, John. "The Territorial Governments." Kansas Historical Collections 3 (1883-1885): 431-436.

Speer, John. Life of General James H. Lane. Garden City, Kansas: John Speer, Printer, 1896. (Baker Library)

Favorable biography by a fellow Democrat.

Spencer, Otis B. "A Sketch of the Boone Bent Families." Westport Historical Quarterly 8 (March 1973): 99-105.

Sketch of A.G. Boone by his grandson.

Steam Printing Company. History of Buchanan County, Missouri St. Joseph, 1881.

Biographies of leading figures.

Stephenson, Wendell H. "The Political Career of General James H. Lane." Mississippi Valley Historical Review 17 (1931): 639-641.

Strickler, H. J. Report of General H.J. Strickler, Commissioner for Auditing Claims for Kansas Territory, March 1858. Kansas Claims Pamphlet, Kansas State Historical Society Document Number 102803.

Spring, Leverett W. Kansas: The Prelude for the War for the Union. Lawrence: Kansas University Press, 1906.

Stampp, Kenneth M. The Peculiar Institution. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1956.

Seminal history of slavery in the South

Stampp, Kenneth M. America in 1857: A Nation of the Brink." New York: Oxford University Press, 1990.

Fateful year for the Democratic Party and the Nation, Lecompton issue paramount

State Historical Society of Missouri. "Missouri Day by Day." The Western Historical Manuscript Collection. Columbia: University of Missouri, 1942.

Stern, A. Kenneth, and Wagner, Janelle L. "The First Decade of Educational Governance in Kansas, 1855-1865." Kansas History 24 (Spring 2001): 36-53.

Short discussion of acts of the Bogus Legislature.

Stewart, Donald W. "Memoirs of Watson Stewart: 1855-1860." Kansas Historical Quarterly 17 (1950): 376-404.

Stewart was a free-state legislator in the territorial period.

Stewart, James R. "The Diary of James R. Stewart, Pioneer of Osage County, April, 1855 - April, 1857; May, 1858 - November, 1860." Kansas Historical Quarterly 17 (1949): 1-36, 122- 175, 254-298, 360-397.

Still, Andrew. Autobiography of Andrew T. Still: With a History of the Discovery and Development of the Science of Osteopathy, Together with an Account of the Founding of the American School of Osteopathy. Self published, Kirksville, Missouri, 1897.

Stone, Robert. "Kansas Laws and Their Origins." A Standard History of the Kansas and Kansans, op. cit..

Writing the Kansas Constitutions.

Storck, John. Flour for Man's Bread, a History of Milling. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1952.

A good description of 19th Century milling.

Sunder, John E. "Telegraph Beginnings in Kansas." Kansas Historical Quarterly 25 (1959): 32-38.

A telegraph line from Wyandotte to Elwood opened in 1860.

Switzler, William F. History of Boone County, Missouri St. Louis: Western Historical Company, 1882.

Tappan, S. F. "Journal, Leavenworth Constitutional Convention." Kansas State Historical Society Document, Call Number: History, Constitutions, Journal, Number 570.

Thacher, T. Dwight. "The Leavenworth Constitutional Convention." Kansas Historical Collections 3 (1883-1885): 1-15.

Explains rationale for this convention, Kansas' third (1858).

Thoburn, Joseph B. "Another Indian Book." Chronicles of Oklahoma 7 (December 1929): 468-474.

Indian Agent A.G. Boone negotiated an 1861 treaty with the Cheyennes and Arapahoes.

Throckmorton, A.F. Kansas Educational Progress, 1858-1967. Topeka: State Department of Public Instruction, 1967.

Tisdale, Henry. "Travel by Stage in the Early Days." Kansas Historical Collections 7 (1901-1902): 459-464.

Early stage driver remembers the beginnings.

Treadway, William E. Cyrus K. Holliday, A Documentay Biography. Topeka: Kansas State Historical Society, 1979.

Trexler, H.A. Slavery in Missouri 1804-1865. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1914.

Trickett, Dean. "The Civil War in the Indian Territory." Chronicles of Oklahoma 18 No.2 (June 1940).

Union Historical Company. The History of Jackson County, Missouri. Kansas City: Birdsall, Williams & Company, 1881.

Useful for lists of elected officials.

United States Biographical Publishing Company. The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men--Missouri Volume. New York: 1878.

Biography of W.T. Wood among others.

United States Congress. Report of the special committee appointed to investigate the troubles in Kansas, with the views of the minority of said committee (Howard Committee). Washington: 1856.

Statements by Bogus Legislators about the May 1855 election.

Veale, George W. "Coming In and Going Out." Kansas Historical Collection 11 (1909-1910): 5-12.

Vexler, Robert I. Chronology and Documentary Handbook of the State of Kansas. Dobbs Ferry, NY: Oceana Publications.

Wakefield, W.H.T. "Squatter Courts in Kansas." Kansas Historical Collection 5 (1889-1896): 71-74.

Before there were courts of law in Kansas, squatters decided their own issues.

Walton, George. Sentinel of the Plains, Fort Leavenworth and the American West. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1973.

Governor Reeder's time at the fort is covered.

Ward, Denitta A. "Women and the Temperance Sentiment in Kansas: Kansas Liquor Laws 1855-1881." Georgetown Gender and Legal History in America Papers Washington D.C., 1988.

Two ladies from Lawrence took action when the law failed.

Warren, Stephen A. "Conflicting Cultures in Indian Territory, 1833-1834." Kansas History 17 (Autumn 1994): 148-161.

Bands of Shawnees did not agree on missionaries. Johnson had success with the Cape Girardeau bands.

Waters, Joseph G. "The Wyandotte Constitution." Kansas Historical Collections 11 (1909-1910): 47-52.

Watts, Dale E. "How Bloody was Bleeding Kansas? Political Killings in Kansas Territory 1854-1861." Kansas History 18 (2) (Summer 1995): 116-129.

There were only 56 documented political killings in KT; two victims were members of the Bogus Legislature.

Webb, William L. Battles and biographies of Missourians. Kansas City: Hudson-Kimberly, 1900.

Weber, Dennis. "The Creation of Washington Territory: Securing Democracy North of the Columbia." Columbia Magazine: Washington State Historical Society Fall 2003; Vol. 17, No. 3.

Wells, Thomas Clarke. "Letters of A Kansas Pioneer." Kansas Historical Quarterly Volume 5 (1936).

Whitney, Carrie W. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908. S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1908.

Prominent Kansas Citians at the turn of the Century profiled.

Williams, O. P. and Company. History of Caldwell and Livingston Counties, Missouri. St. Louis: St. Louis National Historical Company, 1886.

Williams, R.H. With the Border Ruffians: Memories of the Far West 1852-1868 London: John Murray, 1907.

Wilder, Daniel Webster. Annals of Kansas. Topeka: Geo. W. Martin, 1875.

Wilson, Paul E. "How the Law Came to Kansas." Kansas History 15 (Spring 1992): 18-35.

Withers, Ethel Massie. "Experiences of Lewis Bissell Dougherty on the Oregon Trail." Missouri Historical Review 24 (1930): 359-378.

Lewis Dougherty told his father's story.

Wood, Samuel N. "The Pioneers of Kansas." Kansas Historical Collection 3 (1883-1885): 426-431.

Biographies of early free-staters

Woodson, W. H. History of Clay County, Missouri. Topeka: Historical Publishing Company, 1920.

Woodward, W. S. Annals of Methodism in Missouri. Columbia: W.F. Stevens, Publisher, 1893.

Thomas Johnson's time in Missouri churches.

Wright, Jennie C. Early History of Trinity Episcopal Church, Lawrence, Kansas, 1858-1873. (1927).

Zarnow, William Frank. Kansas: A History of the Jayhawk State. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1957.

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