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This journal, compiled by Joel K. Goodin, secretary of the Executive Committee of the Topeka free-state movement, began with a statement explaining the reason the Topeka Movement formed and the call for a Mass Meeting at Big Springs, August 15, 1855. It included notes of numerous meetings, proclamations, etc. These committee records were published in their entirety in the Kansas Historical Collections Vol. 13:125-158.

Date: 1855-1856

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Item Number: 1019
Call Number: History Constitutions, Journals, Correspondence and Miscellaneous Document No.570
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 1019

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