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Kansas Historical Quarterly - Winter 1959

Kansas Historical Quarterly, Winter 1959

Volume 25

Winter 1959, Number 4


Cover and contents

"The Pony Express Rides Again," p. 369.

J. Neale Carman, "Critique of Carruth's Articles on Foreign Settlements in Kansas," p. 386. (Volunteer: Tom Kohn)

Walter H. Schoewe, "The First Kansas Lead Mines," p. 391.

James C. Malin, "Eugene Ware's Concern About A Woman, A Child, and God," p. 402.

Emory Lindquist, "Religion in Kansas During the Era of the Civil War—Concluded," p. 407.

"The Centennial of Lincoln's Visit to Kansas," p. 438.

Bypaths of Kansas History, p. 444.

Kansas History as Published in the Press, p. 445.

Kansas Historical Notes, p. 450.

Errata, Volume 25, p. 454.

Volume 25 Index, p. 455.


The Cover

A Pony Express rider, from an oil painting in the museum of the Kansas State Historical Society. Courtesy Mary Huntoon.