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This letter, written by M. M. Campbell from Monrovia, Kansas Territory, requested information about the progress of colportage in the Osawatomie area, asking if they had divided the area into districts and appointed colporteurs to distribute religious materials to Kansas settlers. To encourage this, Campbell mentioned the great success of other colporteurs, such as Brother Blood from Manhattan, Kansas. He also encouraged the residents of Osawatomie to remain faithful to their duty as Christians, and to work for the furtherance of the kingdom. Campbell requested more detailed information about the local Bible Society.

Creator: Campbell, M. M.
Date: June 26, 1860

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Item Number: 2689
Call Number: Orville Chester Brown Coll. #301 Box 1 Folder 11
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 2689

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