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Letter, Sherman [W. T.] & Ewing [Thomas] to Mess. Hart & Gordon
December 22, 1858
Typical of much of the legal correspondence represented in this collection, the Leavenworth firm of Sherman & Ewing wrote to clients in Piqua, Ohio, regarding efforts to collect an overdue debt. In this case it was from a young man named F. N. Hamlin, a partner in a Leavenworth shoe store.
Keywords: Courts; Ewing, Thomas, 1829-1896; Hamlin, F. N.; Lawsuits; Lawyers; Leavenworth County, Kansas Territory; Leavenworth, Kansas Territory; Piqua, Ohio; Sherman & Ewing; Sherman, William T. (William Tecumseh), 1820-1891; William H. Lee and Co.
Authors: Sherman & Ewing
August 28, 1854 - October 1, 1858
This minute book documented the founding of the Kickapoo City Association in Leavenworth County and its transactions through October 1, 1858. It contained the association's by-laws. It was a fairly complete example of how a town association conducted business, including surveying the proposed site, acquiring title to the land involved, sale of shares, and efforts to make the town attractive to prospective settlers. Meetings were held on the town site or in Weston, Missouri.
Keywords: Kickapoo City Association; Kickapoo, Kansas Territory; Land titles; Leavenworth County, Kansas Territory; Minutes; Town companies; Town development; Town promotion; Town shares; Town site speculation
Authors: Kickapoo City Association
General Land Agent and Dealers in Real Estate, Leavenworth City and Lecompton, Kansas Territory
This advertisement was on behalf of Akers, Logan, & Company, describing the services it provided as a real estate company.
Keywords: Akers, Logan and Company; Claims (see Damage claims or Land claims); Immigration and early settlement; Land; Land sales; Land surveys; Leavenworth, Kansas Territory; Real estate; Real estate business
Authors: Akers, Logan, & Co.
Remonstrance of the Constitution Convention against the passage of the Lecompton Constitution
March 30, 1858
Letter written to the United States Congress which points out many reasons why Congress should not accept the Lecompton Constitution.
Keywords: Congress (See United States. Congress); Emery, James Stanley; Foster, Charles A.; Leavenworth Constitutional Convention, March-April 1858; Lecompton Constitution; Thacher, Timothy D., 1831-1894; United States. Congress; Walden, John Morgan; Winchell, J. M.
Authors: Winchell, James M., 1823-1877
Letter, C. C. Andrews to John A. Halderman, Esq.
June 27, 1854
From Fort Leavenworth, C. C. Andrews wrote a short letter to inform Halderman that "nothing has transpired" at that location during the past week or so but he was certain "that the territory will be populated with a rapidity unparralleled [sic] in the rise of states." Andrews also was sure that men in the legal profession, such as Andrews himself and Halderman, would do quite well financially.
Keywords: Andrews, Christopher C.; Emigration and immigration; Fort Leavenworth, Kansas Territory; Halderman, John Adams; Lawyers; Leavenworth County, Kansas Territory; Migration, internal; Settlement
Authors: Andrews, Christopher C.
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