Category Archives: An Original Kansan

Getting from New York to Kansas in 1856

During the time between his first trip to Kansas in 1854 and his subsequent permanent move their in 1857, Anthony continued working to ensure Kansas’ entrance to the Union as a free state. He worked closely with the New York … Continue reading

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1886: A Historically Conscious Journalist

In 1886, D.R. Anthony and his fellow Kansan’s celebrated the 25th Anniversary of their state’s admittance to the Union, an incident D.R. Anthony had been intimately involved in. From far and wide, Kansan’s of all stripes gathered to the state … Continue reading

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1872 – Anthony testifies to, comments on, Kansas Senator’s corruption

Proof of the power and respect Daniel R. Anthony commanded within the State of Kansas is evident in one of the headlines of the 1872-73 political year. According to many sources, including William G. Cutler’s History of the State of … Continue reading

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