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American Legion Auxiliary, Woodson County

American Legion Auxiliary, Woodson County
Date: 1921
An account of the formation of the Woodson Post of the American Legion Auxiliary, Unit #13. Also listed are officers elected, meeting happenings, and members.

History of Woodson County

History of Woodson County
Creator: Jones, Mrs. S.E. Chase
Date: 1877
A history of Woodson County, Kansas, written by Mrs. S.E. Chase Jones.

Illinois Picnic Association, Woodson County, Kansas

Illinois Picnic Association, Woodson County, Kansas
Creator: Smith, C.A.
Date: 1881
A brief history of the Illinois Picnic Association. This association was organized to benefit Illinois settlers, having them exchange experiences and just to have a good time. Included with the history are two newspaper articles reporting on the Illinois Picnic Association's gatherings.

Life and background of Abner Yates "Owner of a town"-Yates Center, Kansas

Life and background of Abner Yates "Owner of a town"-Yates Center, Kansas
Creator: Landes, Fannie Edith
Date: Between 1940 and 1955
An account of the life and background of Abner Yates. In 1865, Yates purchased many acres of land in Woodson County and eventually some of this land would become Yates Center, the county seat.

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