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  Circular, To the Friends of Free Kansas
Author: Kansas Central Committee of Iowa
Date: July 4, 1856

This printed circular, written at Iowa City, Iowa, described an alternative migration route to Kansas that traveled through Iowa. This route would allow antislavery emigrants to avoid traveling through Missouri. The circular also appealed to emigrant aid committees in the East to provide funds to send Iowans to Kansas.

Location of Original: KSHS         Call Number: William Barnes Collection, #269, Box 2, Folder 8
Item Number: 100488              Number of images: 1
Keywords: Circulars; Clark, W. Penn; Downey, H. D.; Emigration and immigration; Hobart, C. W.; Iowa; Iowa City, Iowa; Kansas Central Committee of Iowa; Transportation; Travel
 
 

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