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Kansas Governor John Martin of Topeka writes to the Kansas Board of Railroad Commissioners concerning "very serious troubles have arisen at Atchison and Parsons between the Missouri Pacific Railway company and certain of its employees." Railroad workers were on strike and the governor has just received word that a mob has taken control of the trains.

Creator: Martin, John Alexander, 1839-1889
Date: March 10, 1885

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Governor John A. Martin to the Honorable Board of Railroad Commissioners - 1

Item Number: 212900
Call Number: Governors Office, Martin, Correspondence, Box 29 Folder 5
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 212900

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