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These legal documents relate to the case of the United States vs. Samuel Crane, Samuel J. Jones, and Ezra Pierce for breech of bond. Crane signed a bond with Jones and Pierce as secondary parties on January 14, 1856 to act as postmaster of Franklin (part of present-day Lawrence), Douglas County, Kansas Territory. On May 31, 1857, District Attorney Alson C. Davis filed a petition for a fine of seventy-eight dollars and one cent, citing that Crane failed to execute the duties of postmaster.

Date: 1856 - 1860

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Item Number: 444920
Call Number: Kansas Territory Criminal Case Files, Box 7, Folder 30
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 444920

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