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Certificate of Service, Franklin L. Crane, Jr.

Certificate of Service, Franklin L. Crane, Jr.
Creator: Kansas Volunteers for the Protection of the Ballot Box
Date: December 11, 1855
Franklin L. Crane, Jr., son of a prominent citizen in Topeka, Kansas Territory, served as a private from November 27 to December 11, 1855, in defense of Lawrence. This certificate of service was signed by several people active in the free state cause, including James H. Lane and Charles Robinson.

Discharge papers, 1856

Discharge papers, 1856
Date: October 1, 1856
Discharge papers issued for Lieutenant John Henry Kagi (Kagey) of Company B, 2nd Reg't, Kansas Volunteers from the Kansas Free State Army.

Kansas Adjutant General miscellaneous correspondence

Kansas Adjutant General miscellaneous correspondence
Creator: Kansas. Adjutant General's Office
Date: 1890
Correspondence sent and received by Kansas Adjutant General John N. Roberts. Frequent correspondents include James White Frierson Hughes, James W. Forsyth, Ezra B. Fuller, Willis Metcalf, and George W. Jackson. Includes a letter from the newly appointed chaplain of the Second Regiment, J.H. Boggess, and a petition for elected officers of the infantry of the Third Regiment in Greenwood County. Several applications for honorable discharge can be found in this correspondence, including several members of Company D of the Second Regiment, George W. Boland of Christian County, Missouri, John Kernal of Company G of the 83rd U.S. Colored Troops, and several members of Company C of the Fourth Regiment.

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