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Relief aid receipt, Lawrence, Kansas Territory

Relief aid receipt, Lawrence, Kansas Territory
Creator: Ketcham, Justus G.
Date: November 12, 1856
Itemized list of clothing, food, and other provisions issued by the Kansas Central Committee to Dr. Samuel E. Martin for distribution "in Topeka and vicinity among the destitute."


"The Prairie Star," Vol. 1, No. 7

"The Prairie Star," Vol. 1, No. 7
Creator: Kansas Philomathic Institute
Date: March 7, 1857
"The Prairie Star" was a weekly, handwritten, literary publication produced from January through April, 1857, by the Topeka-based Kansas Philomathic Institute (also known as the Philomathic Literary Society). The literary club, which included male and female members, met weekly to read essays and poems aloud, which were then collected, recopied, and published as "The Prairie Star." Maria M. Martin, wife of Dr. Samuel E. Martin, edited the paper.


"The Prairie Star," Volume 1, Number 1

"The Prairie Star," Volume 1, Number 1
Creator: Kansas Philomathic Institute
Date: January 24, 1857
"The Prairie Star" was a weekly, handwritten, literary publication produced from January through April, 1857, by the Topeka-based Kansas Philomathic Institute (also known as the Philomathic Literary Society). The literary club, which included male and female members, met weekly to read aloud essays and poems, which were then collected, recopied, and published as "The Prairie Star." Maria M. Martin, wife of Dr. Samuel E. Martin, edited the paper.


"The Prairie Star," Volume 1, Number 2

"The Prairie Star," Volume 1, Number 2
Creator: Kansas Philomathic Institute
Date: January 31, 1857
"The Prairie Star" was a weekly, handwritten, literary publication produced from January through April, 1857, by the Topeka-based Kansas Philomathic Institute (also known as the Philomathic Literary Society). The literary club, which included male and female members, met weekly to read essays and poems aloud, which were then collected, recopied, and published as "The Prairie Star." Maria M. Martin, wife of Dr. Samuel E. Martin, edited the paper.


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