Grim chieftan of Kansas, and other free-state men in their struggles against slavery.

by Reeder McCandless Fish

Publisher: Clarion book print in Cherryvale, Kan

Written in English
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  • Lane, James Henry, 1814-1866. [from old catalog],
  • Kansas -- History -- 1854-1861. [from old catalog]
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LC ClassificationsF685 .L263
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Pagination2 p.
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At the outbreak of the American Civil War in AprilKansas was the newest U.S. state, admitted just months earlier in January. The state had formally rejected slavery by popular vote and vowed to fight on the side of the Union, though ideological divisions with neighboring Missouri, a slave state, had led to violent conflict in previous years and persisted for the duration of the war.

Before Kansas was recognized as a state, there was a confrontation over the future of slavery. Most of the residents of Kansas at the time were against slavery, and they fought politically and sometimes violently against the so called "border ruffians" from the slave state of Missouri who poured into Kansas attempting to ensure the expansion of Author: Dan Glickman.

The Kansas Free State began in early January Senator David Atchison encourages Missouri "border ruffians" use violence against antislavery Kansans, and vote illegally for a pro-slavery territorial representative to Congress. About 5, came and voted. Pro-slavery men outnumbered Free Soilers 36 to 3 in the new legislature.

John Brown was an abolitionist and staunch opponent of slavery who came to the Kansas Territory in to ensure that Kansas entered the union as a slavery-free state. He set up his base of operations near Osawatomie as he rallied support for his anti-slavery cause and defend against attack from border ruffians from Missouri.

A thorough anti-slavery man, his sympathies were entirely with the Free-State side. In the spring of he wrote and published his Conquest of Kansas, a campaign document to be used during the presidential canvass. From the day of its publication, Phillips became a man of mark and his name became identified with the great struggle against.

From about andfighting between pro-slavery and anti-slavery groups had caused the state to be known as 'bleeding Kansas'.[1] Finally on JanuKansas was admitted as a free state. 20, Kansas men joined the Union forces, more than had been requested.[2]. Connection to Kansas: Born in De Soto; Achievement: United States Army Sergeant Stanley T.

Adams was awarded the Medal of Honor in for his actions in late January during the Korean War. He led 13 men from his platoon in a bayonet charge against enemy soldiers.

- A pro-slavery advocate and Associate Justice of the Territory of Kansas. Clyde Cessna () - Airplane manufacturer from Wichita. Charles Joseph Chaput (present) - From Concordia, and of of French-Canadian and Potawatomi heritage, he was the first American Indian to.

lent crusade to stop the spread of slavery into Kansas.2 One of Brown’s first visits upon his return from Kansas to Boston was with his old friend and benefactor Amos A. Lawrence. The two had known each other since the s when Brown, then a broker for the wool industry of Penn-sylvania and Ohio, conducted business with the large.

John E. Gingrich. Born: Febru Died: Connection to Kansas: Born in Dodge City Achievement: John E. Gingrich was an officer in the United States Navy who was the first chief of security for the United States Atomic Energy Commission, served as Chief of Naval Material and retired from the Navy as a four-star admiral.

Gamblers threw their pistols onto the stage, begging Lane to take them to Kansas and use them; sailors threw their wages onto the platform at Lane's feet; staid businessmen tossed in their purses; it is said newsboys cast their pennies up, women wept, men wept.

It outlawed slavery but was far less progressive than the Leavenworth Constitution. Kansas was admitted into the Union as a free state under this constitution on Janu End of hostilities By the time the Wyandotte Constitution was framed, it was clear that the pro-slavery forces had lost in.

The Kansas contest speedily developed the fact that the actual settlers sent from the North by the emigrant aid societies would enable the Free State party to outnumber the ruffians sent in by the Southerners, and when the Pro-Slavery men were driven to substituting bullets for ballots, Colonel Lane recruited a band of hardy men to protect the.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. KANSAS HISTORY IN THE PRESS The history of CompanyCivilian Conservation Corps, now located at Camp Bluff creek, Ashland, was contributed to The Clark County Clipper of Ma Kansas in the 's was recalled by Joseph W.

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Dev Nelson. Born: April 6, Died: Janu Connection to Kansas: Born in Marquette Achievement: Dev Nelson was a sports broadcaster whose career spanned fifty years, beginning in He served as the play-by-play announcer for the Kansas State Wildcats from todirector of the Kansas State Sports Network and was the first announcer for the Big Eight Basketball Network.

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Lived at 17 Connecticut. Occupation: salesman, tin, iron, and copper manufacturing, Brig. Gen. Allen was highly involved in the free-state movement in Territorial Kansas. The history of the Kansas City metropolitan area started in the 19th century as Frenchmen from St.

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