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Campbell G. Dick was Reverend Adair's brother-in-law, and wrote from his home in Marshall, Highland County, Ohio, that he supported the American Missionary Association as it promoted Christianity, but was pessimistic about the chances for Kansas Territory entering the Union as a free state. He wrote that the Democratic party was controlled by the south, and asked Adair to inform him if free state men intended to vote in the elections called by the "Bogus Legislature."

Creator: Dick, Campbell Graham
Date: April 21, 1857

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Item Number: 90223
Call Number: Samuel & Florella Adair Coll. #161 Box 4 Folder 2
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 90223

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