Title: Slavery in Kansas
Author: C. E. [Charles Estabrook] Cory
Description: Staple-bound. Covers are split and detached. Minor soiling to covers. 15 pp. 9 x 6 inches.
An address by Cory before the Kansas State Historical Society at its twenty-sixth annual meeting on January 21, 1902. Reprinted from volume VII of the Collections of the Kansas State Historical Society.
Charles Estabrook Cory [1852-1933] was born in Blenheim, Ontario, Canada and immigrated to the US in 1871. In 1874 he moved to Kansas where he was a leading educator, high school principal, and Bourbon County attorney. He was a longtime resident of Fort Scott.
Binding: Staple bound in wraps
Publisher: [Kansas State Historical Society]
Keywords: Kansas, history, slavery,
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