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Appointment file

Appointment file
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1868-1869 : Green)
Date: November 1868-January 1869


New Scandinavia settlers to Governor Nehemiah Green

New Scandinavia settlers to Governor Nehemiah Green
Creator: New Scandinavia (Republic County) Settlers
Date: December 4, 1868
Settlers of the New Scandinavia settlement, Kansas, petition Governor Nehemiah Green of Topeka for protection from possible Indian depredations. The petitioners request a company of fifty soldiers to protect the settlement. Several hundred additional settlers were expected the following Spring. The petitioners are concerned that reports of Indian depredations may keep additional settlers away. John Breaton served as immigration agent for the colony. The Scandinavian Agricultural Society founded New Scandinavia in 1867 and the town reincorporated as Scandia in 1879. The advancing line of white settlement continued to aggravate relations with Indians of the region. Peace treaties, like the meeting at present Medicine Lodge (Barber County) in October of 1867, demonstrated that polite negotiations were possible but failed to resolve the conflicts.


Subject files: County affairs

Subject files: County affairs
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1868-1869 : Green)
Date: 1868 Nov. - Dec.


Subject files: Criminal matters

Subject files: Criminal matters
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1868-1869 : Green)
Date: 1868 Nov. - Dec.


Subject files: Indians

Subject files: Indians
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1868-1869 : Green)
Date: 1868 [not before Nov. 6] - Dec. 4


Subject files: Justices of the peace

Subject files: Justices of the peace
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1868-1869 : Green)
Date: 1868 Nov. - Dec.


Subject files: Notaries public

Subject files: Notaries public
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1868-1869 : Green)
Date: 1868 Nov. 7 - 25


Subject files: Railroads

Subject files: Railroads
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1868-1869 : Green)
Date: 1868 Nov. - Dec.


Subject files: Relief

Subject files: Relief
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1868-1869 : Green)
Date: 1868 Nov. 11 - 24


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