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This collection includes bound diaries and scrapbooks written and compiled by Rueben Smith from his immigration to the United States in 1854 to his last years in Osawatomie, Kansas. The bound diaries include, but are not limited to, journal entries, newspaper articles and pictures, military records, state government records, correspondence, speeches, and travel records. Topics include his immigration from England, settlement in Miami County, service in the Civil War, travels, election to the Kansas Legislature, appointment to the Board of Trustees and steward of the Kansas State Insane Asylum (Osawatomie), and his family and personal interests. A more detailed description of the collection is available through a link below.

Creator: Smith, Reuben, 1832-1905
Date: 1854-1904


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Reuben Smith diaries - Front Cover [1854-1860]

Item Number: 47491
Call Number: Manuscripts Collection 846
Holding Institution: Kansas Historical Society (Topeka)

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