History of the State of Kansas, Containing a Full Account of its Growth from an Uninhabited Territory to a Wealthy and Important State; of its Early Settlements; its rapid Increase in Population, and the Marvelous Development of its Great Natural Resources. Also a Supplementary History and Description of its Counties, Cities, Towns, and Villages, Their Advantages, Industries, Manufactures and Commerce; to Which are Added Biographical Sketches and Protraits of Prominent Men and Early Settlers.

Title

History of the State of Kansas, Containing a Full Account of its Growth from an Uninhabited Territory to a Wealthy and Important State; of its Early Settlements; its rapid Increase in Population, and the Marvelous Development of its Great Natural Resources. Also a Supplementary History and Description of its Counties, Cities, Towns, and Villages, Their Advantages, Industries, Manufactures and Commerce; to Which are Added Biographical Sketches and Protraits of Prominent Men and Early Settlers.

Subject

Wyandotte County (Kan.)-- History
Kansas -- History

Description

This book is a volume of general histories of counties, cities, towns, and villages across Kansas. Most segments contain information about churches located in specific areas, including Wyandotte City (page 1232), Rosedale, Argentine, Armourdale, and Kansas City, Kansas. [This item is held by the Wyandotte County Museum. Please contact the Wyandotte County Museum for more information about this item.]

Creator

Cutler, William G.

Source

Wyandotte County Museum
631 N 126th
Bonner Springs, KS 66012
Phone: (913) 573- 5002
Email: jlaughlin@wycokck

Publisher

A.T. Andreas

Date

1883

Rights

Use of this public-domain resource is unrestricted. Publicly accessible at the Wyandotte County Museum.

Relation

Digitized version available from the Kansas Collection Books: http://www.kancoll.org/books/cutler/.

Format

Book, Print; eBook.

Language

English

Type

Text

Coverage

Wyandotte County (Kan.)
c. late 1600s -1883

Citation

Cutler, William G., “History of the State of Kansas, Containing a Full Account of its Growth from an Uninhabited Territory to a Wealthy and Important State; of its Early Settlements; its rapid Increase in Population, and the Marvelous Development of its Great Natural Resources. Also a Supplementary History and Description of its Counties, Cities, Towns, and Villages, Their Advantages, Industries, Manufactures and Commerce; to Which are Added Biographical Sketches and Protraits of Prominent Men and Early Settlers.,” Religion in Kansas Project, accessed December 7, 2021, https://ksreligion.omeka.net/items/show/1882.