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A letter from the Chicago Soldiers Colony in Collyer, Kansas, to Governor George Anthony. The group asks the governor to send a military detachment to the area to help prevent cattle drivers and their cattle from passing through the area. The group says that the cattle causes damage to the crops and that the herders are outcasts of society and should not be allowed in the area.

Creator: Chicago Soldiers Colony
Date: May 03, 1878

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Item Number: 218972
Call Number: Historical collections: Trego County
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 218972

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