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Correspondence between Samuel Lyle Adair, his wife Florella Brown Adair, and their children, Charles, Emma, and Addie. Florella was the half- sister of abolitionist John Brown and Samuel was a minister and established the First Congregational Church of Osawatomie. Their cabin was a station on the Underground Railroad and John Brown's headquarters.

Date: 1860-1862


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Item Number: 225909
Call Number: Samuel Lyle and Florella Brown family Coll. #161, Box 1 Folder 3
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 225909

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