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The Prairie Star: a Journal of the Kansas Philomathic Institute for 1857 Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 62, Ripley, John W. (Ed)

Author Name    Ripley, John W. (Ed)

Title   The Prairie Star: a Journal of the Kansas Philomathic Institute for 1857 Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 62

Binding   Softcover

Book Condition   Very Good

Publisher   Topeka The Shawnee County Historical Society 1985

Seller ID   3115

Multiple copies available. Most copies show only light wear. Most copies are reprints (please contact us if you are seeking a first edition) The copy you receive will be the best we have remaining, we will contact you prior to shipping a copy in less than Very Good condition, with marking, damage, etc. ; Concerning Maria Merrell Martin, editor of The Prairie Star – The Kansas Philomathic Institute – Ladies of the Institute – Topeka’s Critical Years – Editorials and Announcements – Concerning Abolition – Martyrs in the Cause of Abolition – Concerning the Mysterious OBC and LRC – Cyrus K. Holliday, Historian – The History of Topeka, Anon-Eureka, We have Found It! Topeka in Flames, First Sight of a Women, Prairie Architecture, Dirty Work at the Polls, The Battle of Fremont – Purely Personal Notices – The Temperance Movement, 1855- 57 – Items from the Kansas Tribune, 1856-1858-To Whomever It May Concern, Slave Hunting, Miscellaneous Items, A Shooting Afray (sic) – Kings of America, an Allegory – An Allegorical Letter from the Perplexed President-Elect – Concerning Grief – Concerning Physiognomy – Poetry from the Prairie Star – Essays by Members of Kansas Philomathic Institute; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 138 pages

Price = 20.00 USD



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