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This circular is an advertisement for the "Kansas Tribune," a newspaper published in Topeka, Kansas Territory, whose "sole and entire object has been the promotion of the Freedom of Kansas." The circular invited support from beyond Kansas Territory, and listed several reasons why such support was necessary. The newspaper's publishers were, apparently, Speer and Ross of Topeka, Kansas, and the circular included a statement of the subscription prices for individuals and clubs.

Creator: Speer & Ross
Date: January 1, 1856

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Item Number: 5427
Call Number: Port Vault K 070 K133c 1856
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 5427

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