LEAVENWORTH COUNTY, KANSAS
 

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Newspaper Items Index
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St. Louis, Nov. 18 New Indian War ~ December 17, 1828

Superior Claims of Leavenworth ~ November 3, 1854

Attention Squatters ~ March 2, 1855

Cholera at Fort Riley, Alton Weekly Courier - August 16, 1855

Stover Is Recovering From Wounds ~ February 19, 1858

Grocery of Pat Laughlin Broken Into ~ February 19, 1858

A Mad Wolf ~ October 3, 1868

More Indian Diabollsm, Daily State Register, June 2, 1869

A New Railroad Project ~ July 15, 1869

Nez Perces Indians with Sitting Bull Moving back to their Old Home ~ July 27, 1878

Taken Care of ~ August 3, 1878

The Lawrence - Park Wedding - October 26, 1882

Powerless Police, April 3, 1888

Running Bloody Fight, April 3, 1888

A Bigamist Captured ~ June 13, 1889

Tom Banks Purchases a Home for his Parents ~ October 19, 1889

The Kansas Penitentiary Suicide ~ February 17, 1892

Mrs. Barrett Gives Her Child To A Blind Man ~ August 16, 1892

Three Men Burned In A Wreck ~ January 3, 1894

Their Second Trip Was Successful ~ May 20, 1894

William Baker, A Coal Miner, Loses His Life in a Mine ~ February 26, 1895

Convicts Escape (John Blankenship & John Finney) ~ April 23, 1897

Wealthy Farmer (Edward Myers) In Trouble ~ January 14, 1898

Fire Started on County Poor Farm ~ January 14, 1898

Enoch Arden Story Stirring Leavenworth ~ March 30, 1899

Shifting Prison Graves ~ December 6, 1899

Estelle Caught, May 15, 1900

Kittie Watkins 114 Years Old ~ June 23, 1900

Two Are Still at Large, November 18, 1900

A Method Whereby Mobs Can Be Suppressed ~ January 25, 1901

Dies of Wounds Received in the Mutiny at Leavenworth Prison (J. B. Waldrupe) - November 16, 1901

Too Much for Kansas Man ~ June 26, 1902

Treacherous Plot to Blow up the Huntsville Prison Unearthed by the Officials ~ September 10, 1903

The Planters House Sold Yesterday ~ December 5, 1903

Sidney Cooke Appointed Governor of Soldier's Home ~ January 8, 1904

Counterfeit Dollars ~ January 8, 1904

A Kansas Veteran A Suicide (Charles Jyer) ~ December 3, 1905

Herman Lutas Applied for Transportation to Leavenworth ~ June 8, 1908

Bequest to Sergeant Henry Hill ~ July 10, 1908

Shot in a Kansas Joint  (John Callahan and William Kerwin) ~ July 23, 1908

A Commercial Club in Linwood ~ October 23, 1908

Mary & Mildred Ward Burned to Death ~ May 4, 1909

C. W. Parker Will Move to Leavenworth ~ June 10, 1909

Clark Family A Prey To Series of Misfortunes ~ December 24, 1909

Ben Cravens' Career Like That of "Yellow-Back" Fiction Hero, January 26, 1912

Horrors of Prison Told ~ September 4, 1912

No Blame for Motor Death ~ December 4, 1915

A Kansas Hanging? ~ February 18, 1916

Scaffold Built At Leavenworth ~ September 3, 1930

Anglers Have Caught 40,000 Fish at Lake ~ June 2, 1933

Seven Over Wall of State Prison ~ January 19, 1934

Teacher is Set Free by Two Convicts ~ January 20, 1934

New Cemetery North of Town (Sunset Memory Garden) ~ September 15, 1960

St. Vincent's Orphanage Razed ~ March 11, 1965

1,500 Paintings by Inmates At Leavenworth to Be Sold ~ September 2, 1965

Oldest Inmate On Record Dies After His Release ~ November 26, 1965

Kansas Bank Is Robbed Of $10,000 ~ July 9, 1967

Ft. Leavenworth National Cemetery ~ May 25, 1977
 


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