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Once again, from Topeka, Kagi wrote his father that his long planned trip to Nebraska City had to be delayed, this time because of high water on the "Kaw river" that "prohibited my crossing" and the state convention, which started in one week. On the positive side, he was still bothered by "the jarring of my head" (the blow inflicted by Elmore with his cane), his wound (gun shot) had nearly healed.

Creator: Kagi, John Henry, 1835-1859
Date: March 3, 1857

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Item Number: 90832
Call Number: Richard Hinton Coll. #384 Box 1 Folder 7
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 90832

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