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Camp Whitside at Fort Riley, Kansas

Camp Whitside at Fort Riley, Kansas
Creator: O. W. Holt
Date: 1927
This is a panoramic view of Camp Whitside, located at Fort Riley. Portions of the Kansas National Guard Infantry, Cavalry, Signal Corps and Quartermasters Corp were stationed there in 1927.


Charles F. Morse to Governor George T. Anthony

Charles F. Morse to Governor George T. Anthony
Creator: Morse, Charles F. (Charles Fessenden), 1839-1926
Date: May 21, 1878
Charles Fessenden Morse, general superintendent of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rail Road Company (AT&SF) of Topeka, Kansas, writes to Governor George Tobey Anthony, also of Topeka, concerning a strike of railroad employees occurring in the company's Eastern Division. The report describes the activities of the striking engineers and firemen and Morse's response during a five day period from April 3 through April 8, 1878. Organized strikes occurred on several AT&SF lines in Kansas east of Newton. Morse primarily discusses the actions of striking workers at Emporia and Topeka. The report further discusses the inadequate response by local law enforcement and the eventual use of the State Militia to restore law and order. This strike followed the Great Railroad Strike of 1877 which began in West Virginia but spread quickly across the country.


C. M. Ricker to Charles Morris

C. M. Ricker to Charles Morris
Creator: Ricker, C. M.
Date: November 6, 1874
Captain C. R. Ricker of the Kansas State Militia, Medicine Lodge, Kansas, writes to Adjutant General Charles Morris of Topeka concerning a band of Pawnee Indians. Ricker notes that the Indians are just east of Medicine Lodge and believes they intend to fight a band of Osage Indians. Though this band had not disturbed any person or property, they were burning the prairie. Ricker suggests that the burning is an attempt by the Indians to further destroy settler's rangeland already devastated by drought and grasshoppers. Ricker asks for instructions on dealing with this "friendly" band of Pawnee. The threat of an Indian uprising on Kansas' southern boarder in 1873 led Governor Thomas Osborn to employ the state militia and appeal to President Ulysses S. Grant for federal troops and arms.


Kansas Adjutant General correspondence by companies, 1905-1910

Kansas Adjutant General correspondence by companies, 1905-1910
Creator: Kansas. Adjutant General's Office
Date: 1905-1910
This correspondence is from the following companies of the First Infantry of the Kansas National Guard: Company A from Clay Center under Captain Guy R. Martin and Captain Theodore E. Schwarz, Company B from Burlingame under Captain Max Carnaveaux, Company C from Burlington under Captain Mont B. Hackley, Company D from Paola under Captain George R. Reynolds, Company E from Fredonia and Parsons under Captain Dennis J. Sheedy and Captain Charles A. Allen, Company F from Hiawatha under Captain Albert H. Herman, Company G from Fort Scott under Captain Lloyd V. Rawlings, and Company H from Lawrence under Captain Samuel G. Clarke and Captain John W. Morrow.


Kansas National Guard at Fort Riley, Kansas

Kansas National Guard at Fort Riley, Kansas
Date: 1920
This is a panoramic photo showing a Kansas National Guard camp at Fort Riley, Kansas. Visible in the photograph are horses and vehicles. The landscape in the background includes the Kansas River. The photo indicates it is from the Holt Feature File, Manhattan, Kansas. It may have been taken by O. W. Holt.


Kansas National Guardsman at the southeast Kansas coal fields

Kansas National Guardsman at the southeast Kansas coal fields
Date: 1919
This photograph shows a Kansas National Guardsman holding a rifle during the 1919 coal strikes in southeast Kansas.


Kansas National Guardsman in the southeast Kansas coal fields

Kansas National Guardsman in the southeast Kansas coal fields
Date: 1919
This photograph shows a Kansas National Guardsman in southeast Kansas during the coal strikes of 1919.


National Guard

National Guard
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1885-1889 : Martin)
Date: 1885-1889
These letters, spanning 1885 to 1888, are from government officials and other individuals regarding the National Guard to Kansas Governor John Martin. Missouri's Adjutant General's office wrote a few times inquiring about the inspector of the Kansas National Guard. Most of the other letters discuss establishing a company for various Kansas counties.


National Guard, Kansas

National Guard, Kansas
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1885-1889 : Martin)
Date: 1885-1889
These letters, spanning 1885 to 1887, are from various Kansas National Guard division headquarters regarding their general affairs to Kansas Governor John Martin. The various headquarters wrote about their reports, annual encampments, and the appointment of officials. Topeka, Abilene, Camp Phil Sheridan, Wichita, Belleville, and Wellington were headquarter locations in Kansas.


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