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John Brown Melodeon
Authors: No authors specified.
Date: 1846-1857
Abolitionist John Brown gave this melodeon to his daughter, Ruth Brown Thompson, as a wedding present. It was played at John Brown's funeral on Dec. 8, 1859. He originally purchased the melodeon from a musician in New York. Patent dates stamped on the instrument range from 1846 to 1857. It was manufactured by Carhart & Needham Organs and Melodeons of New York.

Keywords: Abolitionists; Brown, John, 1800-1859; Carhart & Needham Organs and Melodeons; Entertainment; Funerals; Marriage; Music; New York; Objects; Thompson, Ruth (Brown); Violent deaths


Sheet Music, The Kansas Call
Authors: Ives, Jr., E. ; Larcom, Lucy
Date: 1855
This sheet music was for a song about the struggle in Kansas. Lucy Larcon wrote the words and E. Ives, Jr. composed the music.

Keywords: Entertainment; Ives, E., Jr.; Larcom, Lucy; Lyrics; Music; Songs


Kansas Rifles Number 1 Military Festival
Authors: Kansas Rifles Number 1
Date: November 15, 1855
This document was an invitation to a military festival held on November 15, 1855, at 7:00 p.m. at the Free State Hotel in Lawrence, Kansas. The committee of arrangements consisted of Lieut> J. B. Conway, E. E. Lenhart, J. Mack, J. G. Crocker, and J. W. Colborn. The members of the committee of invitation were Theo. Clemens, Lieut. A. Cutler, and Geo. Earl (Earle?).

Keywords: Balls (parties); Clemens, Theo.; Colborn, J. W.; Conway, J. B.; Crocker, John G.; Cutler, A.; Earle, Geroge F.; Entertainment; Free State Hotel; Kansas Rifles Number 1; Lawrence, Kansas Territory; Lenhart, C. E.; Mack, J; Military


Immigrant's Violin
Authors: No authors specified.
Date: 1855
James Limerick brought this violin from Kentucky to Kansas Territory in 1855. Limerick played the violin around campsites in the evenings. The Limerick family settled at Rock Creek in Pottawatomie County, near the James Darnell family whom they met on the trail. Limerick eventually gave the violin to the Darnells.

Keywords: Darnell, James; Entertainment; Immigration (see Emigration and immigration); Irish; Limerick, James; Music; Objects; Pottawatomie County, Kansas Territory; Settlement


Sheet Music, Gov. Robinson's Polka
Authors: Whitney, Andrew
Date: 1856
This is a copy of sheet music for a song played by the Fitchburg, Massachusetts Cornet Band. It was written by Andrew Whitney and " respectfully dedicated to his friend," Charles Robinson.

Keywords: Entertainment; Fitchburg, Massachusetts; Music; Robinson, Charles, 1818-1894; Songs; Whitney, Andrew


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