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A History Of Republic County, Kansas On CD

A History Of Republic County, Kansas On CD

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Savage, I. O. A history of Republic County, Kansas : embracing a full and complete account of all the leading events in its history, from its first settlement down to June 1, '01, including Indian depredations and the hardships endured by the pioneer settlers : also the topography of the county, including soil, climate, timber, streams, water power, coal, salt, etc., etc. : statistics, showing increase in wealth and population, railroads, churches, schools, news papers [sic], secret societies, etc., and other valuable information never before published Beloit, Kan.: Jones & Chubbic, art printers, 1901, 358 pgs. Introductory history Chapter I. The Pawnee Republic and the old flag Chapter II. Republic County Chapter III. Indian depredations Chapter IV. First law-suit in the county... Chapter V. Permanent location of the county seat and the troubles attending it Chapter VI. Soil... Chapter VII. Wind storms, tornadoes and cyclones Chapter VIII. Railroads Chapter IX. County agricultural and horticultural societies Chapter X. Crops and farm animals Chapter XI. County indebtedness Chapter XII. District court twelfth judicial district Chapter XII. Elections and election returns Chapter XIV. County buildings Chapter XV. Townships Chapter XVI. Cities and towns Chapter XVII. Churches Chapter XVII. Schools Chapter XIX. Newspapers Chapter XX. Census statistics and assessed valuation for 1901 Chapter XXI. Soldiers' reunion, organization, etc. Chapter XXII. Corn jubilee Chapter XXIII. Secret organization Chapter XXIV. Patriotic record Index


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