The Resource Annals of Lyndon : first book

Annals of Lyndon : first book

Label
Annals of Lyndon : first book
Title
Annals of Lyndon
Title remainder
first book
Creator
Contributor
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
IMF
Dewey number
978.101
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
  • Green's historical series
  • Green's historical series
Series volume
vol. 4
Label
Annals of Lyndon : first book
Instantiates
Manufacture
Note
Originally published at Olathe KS by Charles R. Green, 1913
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
The Indian reservation in Eastern Kansas -- The Indians of the Sac and Fox reservation -- The improvements and lands on the reserve -- 40 names of old settlers around Lyndon, 1870 -- Sam Black's narrative, first settler there, 1865 -- Lyndon's first school teacher, J.M. Watkins, 1870 -- Charles Cochran's narrative. Came to reserve, 1860 -- Names of 130 old settlers still living in 1896 -- Sam Holyoke's narrative, came there 1867 -- James H. Smith's narrative, came April 1868 -- William Haas' narrative, came June 1868 -- Poetry, "Pioneer Days in Kansas," Nannie B. Underhill -- Henry N. Lamond's narrative, came October 1868 -- D.F. Coon's story of the survey of Lyndon Townsite -- Benj. G. Hall's history, came 1869 -- Residents of Lyndon, 1870-72 -- General Osage County history -- Valley Brook township contained 120 square miles in 1870 -- Names and location of 500 settlers, 1870-71 -- Division of the county into six townships, July 10, 1869 -- The voting places in Osage County, April 1870 (11) -- The birth of Lyndon -- Madison M. Snow's narrative -- First wedding in Lyndon, Bradford and Crumley -- Fourth of July 1870, 2,000 people came -- Moses Bradford's narrative -- James R. Humphrey's narrative -- Edmund Tarver's narrative -- Lyndon school matters in an early day -- Names and history of 127 primary pupils -- The high school pupils of 1871-73 -- The Lyndon school teachers to 1896 -- Lyndon's hotels (4) -- Town lot owners in Lyndon, 1871 -- Oll C. Deaver's narrative -- Tobias L. Varner's history, by Mrs. Rachel Varner -- Twice a pioneer, by Mrs. Julia Stonebraker -- Edward Norris' narrative -- The old Holmes saw mill -- Elisha Olcott, Sr. -- Synopsis of proceedings of county commissioners, 1862 -- Alexander Blake's narrative -- Patriotic Lyndon. The roster of 250 old soldiers and sailors living since 1880 in and around Lyndon, up to 1897 -- The Woman's Relief Corps, no. 146, its history and names of members to 1897 -- The Lyndon Valley Brook Veteran Company of 1881 -- Organization and history of post no. 19, G.A.R. -- History of its second commander, Andy Cotterman -- History of Sol Bower, fourth Commander of post -- History of D.H. Danhauer, commander of the post, 1890 -- Names of the decoration day girls, 1884 -- History of the post's first commander, J.M. Whinrey, 1882 -- History of John Howe, commander several years -- History of George Weber, seventh commander, 1889 -- The Osage County battalion, 1881, its organization -- Its further history and big Gala days, 1882-84 -- History of post commander A.W. Sanderson -- History of post commander, C.R. Green -- "Prison Life in Dixie," William Haas' war story -- The Lyndon guards of 1881, Capt. J.H. Stavely -- List of members of the Columbian Camp Sons of Veterans -- History and officers of the Sons of Veterans -- History of Nels Hollingsworth, sixth commander -- The Lyndon bands, 1880-1897, five lists -- Joel Buckman, eighth commander of the post, 1893 -- An old soldier's picture of 1884, now of historic interest -- Poetry, "Trials of an Army Recruit," by C.R. Green -- David F. Coon, eleventh commander of the post -- William Rand, twelfth commander of the post -- Names and locations of old soldiers graves in Lyndon cemetery up to 1897, 30 persons -- Narrative of Lafayette D. Gardner -- Narrative of John R. Henton -- Narrative of William Allison -- History of school district no. 62 and names of teachers -- Wm. Allison's history of a number of farms (6), and the people on them for 20 years, south and S.E. of Lyndon -- Henry Kelller's narrative and history of the W.B. Seward, Geo. Harrison, Watkins Bros., C.R. Green, Willis Landon and Wm. Widney farms, south of Lyndon, 1870-1897 -- Mrs. Etta Howe's narrative -- William H. Green's narrative
Control code
40921381
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
352 pages
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): Purchased, 2015 (Access. No. 2015-026). Forms part of: Marc Simmons Library. Item laid in: 1 letter and accompanying envelope addressed to Marc Simmons. Paperbound.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)40921381
Label
Annals of Lyndon : first book
Manufacture
Note
Originally published at Olathe KS by Charles R. Green, 1913
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
The Indian reservation in Eastern Kansas -- The Indians of the Sac and Fox reservation -- The improvements and lands on the reserve -- 40 names of old settlers around Lyndon, 1870 -- Sam Black's narrative, first settler there, 1865 -- Lyndon's first school teacher, J.M. Watkins, 1870 -- Charles Cochran's narrative. Came to reserve, 1860 -- Names of 130 old settlers still living in 1896 -- Sam Holyoke's narrative, came there 1867 -- James H. Smith's narrative, came April 1868 -- William Haas' narrative, came June 1868 -- Poetry, "Pioneer Days in Kansas," Nannie B. Underhill -- Henry N. Lamond's narrative, came October 1868 -- D.F. Coon's story of the survey of Lyndon Townsite -- Benj. G. Hall's history, came 1869 -- Residents of Lyndon, 1870-72 -- General Osage County history -- Valley Brook township contained 120 square miles in 1870 -- Names and location of 500 settlers, 1870-71 -- Division of the county into six townships, July 10, 1869 -- The voting places in Osage County, April 1870 (11) -- The birth of Lyndon -- Madison M. Snow's narrative -- First wedding in Lyndon, Bradford and Crumley -- Fourth of July 1870, 2,000 people came -- Moses Bradford's narrative -- James R. Humphrey's narrative -- Edmund Tarver's narrative -- Lyndon school matters in an early day -- Names and history of 127 primary pupils -- The high school pupils of 1871-73 -- The Lyndon school teachers to 1896 -- Lyndon's hotels (4) -- Town lot owners in Lyndon, 1871 -- Oll C. Deaver's narrative -- Tobias L. Varner's history, by Mrs. Rachel Varner -- Twice a pioneer, by Mrs. Julia Stonebraker -- Edward Norris' narrative -- The old Holmes saw mill -- Elisha Olcott, Sr. -- Synopsis of proceedings of county commissioners, 1862 -- Alexander Blake's narrative -- Patriotic Lyndon. The roster of 250 old soldiers and sailors living since 1880 in and around Lyndon, up to 1897 -- The Woman's Relief Corps, no. 146, its history and names of members to 1897 -- The Lyndon Valley Brook Veteran Company of 1881 -- Organization and history of post no. 19, G.A.R. -- History of its second commander, Andy Cotterman -- History of Sol Bower, fourth Commander of post -- History of D.H. Danhauer, commander of the post, 1890 -- Names of the decoration day girls, 1884 -- History of the post's first commander, J.M. Whinrey, 1882 -- History of John Howe, commander several years -- History of George Weber, seventh commander, 1889 -- The Osage County battalion, 1881, its organization -- Its further history and big Gala days, 1882-84 -- History of post commander A.W. Sanderson -- History of post commander, C.R. Green -- "Prison Life in Dixie," William Haas' war story -- The Lyndon guards of 1881, Capt. J.H. Stavely -- List of members of the Columbian Camp Sons of Veterans -- History and officers of the Sons of Veterans -- History of Nels Hollingsworth, sixth commander -- The Lyndon bands, 1880-1897, five lists -- Joel Buckman, eighth commander of the post, 1893 -- An old soldier's picture of 1884, now of historic interest -- Poetry, "Trials of an Army Recruit," by C.R. Green -- David F. Coon, eleventh commander of the post -- William Rand, twelfth commander of the post -- Names and locations of old soldiers graves in Lyndon cemetery up to 1897, 30 persons -- Narrative of Lafayette D. Gardner -- Narrative of John R. Henton -- Narrative of William Allison -- History of school district no. 62 and names of teachers -- Wm. Allison's history of a number of farms (6), and the people on them for 20 years, south and S.E. of Lyndon -- Henry Kelller's narrative and history of the W.B. Seward, Geo. Harrison, Watkins Bros., C.R. Green, Willis Landon and Wm. Widney farms, south of Lyndon, 1870-1897 -- Mrs. Etta Howe's narrative -- William H. Green's narrative
Control code
40921381
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
352 pages
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): Purchased, 2015 (Access. No. 2015-026). Forms part of: Marc Simmons Library. Item laid in: 1 letter and accompanying envelope addressed to Marc Simmons. Paperbound.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)40921381

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