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Hugh Walsh was the official territorial secretary but also served as acting governor from July 3-30, 1858, October 10-December 18, 1858, August 1-September 15, 1859, and April 15 to June 16, 1860. He worked with a number of the territorial governors.
Keywords: Cabinet photographs; Kansas Territory. Governor; Photographs and Illustrations; Walsh, Hugh Sleight; Whiddit
Photograph, Joel Walker
Joel Walker was involved with the Quindaro Town Company as well as being a free state supporter.
Keywords: Cabinet photographs; Leonard; Photographs and Illustrations; Quindaro Town Company; Quindaro, Kansas Territory; Walker, Joel; Wyandotte County, Kansas Territory
Photograph, John C. Vaughan
Authors: Aldrich's Studio
John C. Vaughn came to Leavenworth, Kansas Territory in 1859. He served as the editor and publisher of the Leavenworth Times.
Keywords: Aldrich's Studio; Cabinet photographs; Journalism; Leavenworth County, Kansas Territory; Leavenworth Times; Leavenworth, Kansas Territory; Newspapers; Photographs and Illustrations; Vaughan, John C.
Photograph of William Riley Griffith
Authors: Leonard, 613 Kansas Ave., Topeka, KS.
Griffith was a free state supporter living in Marmaton, Bourbon County. He was a delegate to the Topeka and Wyandotte Constitutional Conventions and was on the Free-State central committee.
Keywords: Cabinet photographs; Constitutional conventions; Free state cause; Griffith, William Riley; Photographs and Illustrations; Topeka Constitution; Wyandotte Constitution
Photograph, Charles Robinson
Authors: No authors specified.
Date: c. 1860
A portrait of Charles Robinson, a doctor and politician. He attended the first Free-State meeting held December 23, 1854, Lawrence. In 1855, Robinson attended the First Free-State Convention in Lawrence. Robinson and James H Lane were instrumental in negotiating a truce to end the Wakarusa War in December, 1855. On May 10, 1856, Robinson was arrested for treason and taken to Lecompton. Over a year later, he was acquitted at a trail before Judge Cato, at Lecompton. Robinson presided over the Free-State Convention at Lawrence, 1857. Charles Robinson became the first Governor of Kansas and served from February 9, 1861 to January 12, 1863.
Keywords: Cabinet photographs; Photographs and Illustrations; Robinson, Charles, 1818-1894; Tucker, E. S.
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