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Edward Hoogland, a resident of Tecumseh, KT who was visiting his family in New York, described a meeting with Governor Wilson Shannon in St. Louis concerning territorial politics. Hoogland displayed a pro-slavery perspective in his comments on Kansas affairs. He described efforts to encourage settlement in Kansas Territory, especially Tecumseh, and to promote economic development in the territory. He mentioned an acquaintance who hoped to establish a sawmill and a gristmill in the territory.

Creator: Hoogland, Edward
Date: July 6, 1856

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Item Number: 2386
Call Number: Thomas Nesbit Stinson Coll. #511 Box 1 Folder 9
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 2386

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