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The entries pertaining to Kansas Territory began on page 18, with Franklin Crane leaving his home in Easton, Pennsylvania with his son, Franklin Jr. He described their journey to Kansas and their initial impressions and travels while in the territory. In June 1855, he returned to Easton to sell his property so he could then return to Kansas. The later entries began in September of 1856 and described tensions in Topeka with efforts to build a fort and rumors of armed Missourians in the area.

Creator: Crane, Franklin L.
Date: February 23, 1855 - September 29, 1856

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Item Number: 11367
Call Number: Franklin Loomis Crane Coll. #320 Box 2 Volume 1
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 11367

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