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[Letter from McKown]
Series V: Correspondence, 1766-1895
McKownBuchanan, James, 1791-1868Stanton, Frederick P. (Frederick Perry), 1814-1894Walker, Robert J. (Robert John), 1801-1869
New-York Historical Society
Eight-page letter from Westport, Missouri, regarding the Constitutional Convention for the future State of Kansas, in which two constitutions, one 'with slavery' and one 'without slavery', were under consideration. Includes accusations of political corruption of Kansas Territory Governors [Robert John] Walker and [Frederick Perry] Stanton. Signed 'McKown'.
Slavery--Emancipation--KansasSlavery--KansasSlavery--MissouriAntislavery movements--United StatesConstitutional conventions--Kansas
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