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Correspondence from the Alfred Gray collection. Alfred was an early settler of Quindaro, in present-day Kansas City, Kansas. Quindaro was established by the New England Emigrant Aid Company in order to bring to Kansas abolitionists and others who wanted Kansas to become a free state. Gray remained in Kansas throughout his life. A resident of Wyandotte and Topeka, he served as the first Secretary to the Board of Agriculture. Gray County in southwest Kansas was named for him.

Creator: Gray, Alfred, 1830-1880
Date: 1855-1879

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Alfred Gray correspondence - Envelope : June 22, 1869

Item Number: 440244
Call Number: Alfred Gray Coll. #339, Box 1 Folder 2
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 440244

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