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KANSAS HISTORICAL QUARTERLY; Volumes 1 - 43; Complete Set Printed Between the years 1931 thru 1977; (Kansas Historical Collections Vols. 18-60)

Kansas State Historical Society

Published by Kansas State Printing Office, Topeka
Condition: Near Fine Hardcover
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Over six feet of Kansas History! Thousands of pages! Unusual full set of all quarterly publications. - 1931 through 1977- Volume I through Volume XLIII complete. Blue boards with gold titles on spine. All volumes are near fine. Pictures available on request. Media mail shipping will be in multiple boxes, approx 125 pounds total & S&H to U.S.A. address will be $60.00 with delivery confirmation. Insurance extra if desired. Will require extra S&H of International buyer, inquire please before buying. One volume contents to give an idea of the massive scope of this unique series on Kansas history. November 1931, No. 1 contents: "Pioneer Printing of Kansas," "Freighting: A Big Business on the Santa Fe Trail," "The First Day's Battle at Hickory Point: From the Diary and Reminiscences of Samuel James Reader," "The Military Post as a Factor in the Frontier Defense of Kansas, 1865-1869," "Was Governor John A. Martin a Prohibitionist?" "Notes on Historical Literature of the Range Cattle Industry," No. 2; contents: "The Pratt Collection of Manuscripts," "Some Background of Early Baptist Missions in Kansas: Based on Letters in the Pratt Collection of Manuscripts and Documents," "Surveying the Southern Boundary Line of Kansas: From the Private Journal of Col. Joseph E. Johnston," "Defense of the Kansas Frontier, 1864-65," "No-Ko-Aht's Talk: A Kickapoo Chief's Account of a Tribal Journey from Kansas to Mexico and Return in the Sixties," "Notes on the Literature of Populism," "Annual Meeting (1931)," May 1932, No. 3 contents : "Extracts from Diary of Captain Lambert Bowman Wolf," James G. Blunt, "General Blunt's Account of His Civil War Experiences," "United States Surveyors Massacred by Indians (Lone Tree, Meade County, 1874)," "Some Phases of the Industrial History of Pittsburg, Kansas," "Book Review--Nichols: Franklin Pierce: Young Hickory of the Granite Hills," August 1932, No. 4 "Early Kansas Impeachments," "Defense of the Kansas Frontier, 1866-67," "Some Famous Kansas Frontier Scouts," "The Leavenworth Board of Trade, 1882-1892," "A History of Kansas Child-Labor Legislation," November 1932, No. 5; contents: "The Military Phase of Santa Fe Freighting, 1846-1865," "The Emigrant Aid Company in Kansas," "Diary of Samual A. Kingman at Indian Treaty in 1865," ) "Defense of the Kansas Frontier, 1868-69," Size: 8vo. Bookseller Inventory # 003555

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Title: KANSAS HISTORICAL QUARTERLY; Volumes 1 - 43;...

Publisher: Kansas State Printing Office, Topeka

Binding: Hardback

Illustrator: Maps, Drawings, Photographs

Book Condition:Near Fine

Edition: First Edition.

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