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This Topeka State Journal front page reports the arrest and imprisonment of Carry Nation in Kansas City, Missouri. She was charged with organizing an impromptu temperance meeting with over 1,000 people and obstructing the sidewalks. Nation was arraigned before Police Judge McAuley, fined $550.00, and given until 6:00 in the evening to leave the city.

Creator: Topeka State Journal
Date: April 15, 1901

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This article discusses one of Carry A. Nation's arrests during her time as a public figure for temperance. The quotes in the article from Nation show her fiery personality and commitment to the temperance cause.


Item Number: 220104
Call Number: T1365
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 220104

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