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Bradford Robbins Grimes and Captain "Dick" Grimes, grandfather

Bradford Robbins Grimes and Captain "Dick" Grimes, grandfather
Creator: Grimes, Daisy Ferguson
Date: Unknown
This is a history of Bradford Robbins Grimes and his grandfather, Captain "Dick" Grimes. The history covers cattle and cattle drives and the Indian presence that both men encountered.


Clark County, history of name of

Clark County, history of name of
Date: Unknown
A history on how Clark County received its name. The county is named after Charles F. Clark, captain and assistant adjutant of the U.S. Volunteers during the Civil War.


Mount Jesus

Mount Jesus
Creator: Clark County Clipper
Date: Between 1920 and 1938
A transcription of an article that appeared in the Clark County Clipper, Ashland, Kansas, on December 30, 1886 and on January 1, 1885. The article recounts the significance of Mount Jesus, a high peak seven or eight miles northwest of Ashland.


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