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Letter, G. M. Beebe to John Bayless Esq.
Authors: Beebe, George M.
Date: September 20, 1860
George Beebe, Territorial Secretary, wrote from Lecompton, Kansas Territory, to John Bayless, responding to Bayless' previous solicitation for his opinion. Beebe referred to an act of 1860 which would abolish all county offices, including the office of Superintendent of Schools, in his opinion. John Bayless was the first Superintendent of Schools in Doniphan County.

Keywords: Bayless, John; Beebe, George Monroe; Douglas County, Kansas Territory; Education; Kansas Territory. Legislature; Lecompton, Kansas Territory; Schools


Minutes, Founding of the Susequanna Western Emigrant Company
Authors: No authors specified.
Date: December 7, 1854
This document outlines items which were discussed during a meeting called to form an "emigration company", which would come to be known as the Susquehanna Western Emigration Company. General John Bayless, future president of the organization, acted as chair of the meeting which took place in Kirkwood, New York. These minutes laid the foundation for the newly-formed group's Constitution.

Keywords: Bayless, John; Emigrant aid companies; Emigration and immigration; New York; Susquehanna Western Emigration Company


Constitution of the Susquehanna Western Emigration Company
Authors: Bayless, John ; Susquehanna Western Emigration Company
Date: December 7, 1854
This printed version of the Constitution of the Susquehanna Western Emigration Company introduced the Company to the public, specifically individuals in and near the counties of Broome, Chenango, Delaware, and Otsego in New York State, who were eligible for assistance from the Company. The Constitution also mentioned the desire of the Company to settle a "corporate town" that would "secure all the commercial, social, and religious privileges of the old States". Citizens of said township would also be required to support temperance and freedom.

Keywords: Bayless, John; Doolittle, William; Emigrant aid companies; Emigration and immigration; New York; Susquehanna Western Emigration Company; Town companies


Draft, Constitution of the Susquehanna Western Emigration Company
Authors: Bayless, John ; Susquehanna Western Emigration Company
Date: December 7, 1854
This handwritten document drafted the Constitution of the Susquehanna Western Emigration Company. The Constitution specifically lists the New York counties of Broome, Chinango, Otsego, and Delaware, naming only citizens in and around them as eligible for aid from the Company. "Susquehanna" refers to the Susquehanna River, whose headwaters begin in upstate New York and empty into the Chesapeake Bay.

Keywords: Bayless, John; Emigrant aid companies; Emigration and immigration; New York; Susquehanna Western Emigration Company


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