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An account by M. H. Leonard on his move from the East Coast to Cleopatra, Kansas, printed in the Atlantic Monthly. Leonard describes the vast differences between the two places, from the smallness of his new town to the ever changing Kansas weather.

Creator: Leonard, M.H.
Date: July 1885

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Southwestern Kansas seen with Eastern eyes - 1

Item Number: 212598
Call Number: K 917.81 Pam. V. 1 No. 8
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 212598

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