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This correspondence, which centers around Joab Spencer, concerns the location of the Shawnee Mission near Kansas City, Kansas. In the first letter, dated July 29, 1912, William Johnson asks Spencer to clarify some details regarding Johnson's father, William Johnson. The remaining letters deal with the same subject, and elaborate further on the location and background of the Shawnee Methodist Mission that was founded in 1829.

Creator: Johnson, William McKendree, 1845-1924
Date: July 29, 1912-May 04, 1914

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Item Number: 219661
Call Number: Indian History Coll. #590, Box 4 Folder: Shawnee
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 219661

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