The Prayer of Thaddeus Hyatt to James Buchanan, President of the United States, in Behalf of Kansas, Asking for a Postponement of All the Land Sales in that Territory, and for Other Relief: Together with Correspondence and Other Documents Setting Forth Its Deplorable Destitution from the Drought and Famine : Submitted Under Oath, October 29, 1860
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Letter to Professor Henry October 18 1860
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acres of buckwheat acres of corn acres of wheat amount Anderson county Atchison average beans bushels of corn bushels of old Butler county California township Coffee county committee creek date when taken destitute dollars drought Emporia entire failure failed families had left famine farmer fifty bushels five bushels fodder forty acres Humboldt township hundred bushels Hungarian grass Jackson township James Kansas Kansas Territory land sales leave letter little old corn means meeting held miles Monmouth township months mortgaged their claims Mound City neighborhood neighbors Neosho Number of families Osage Ottumwa Pike township poor potatoes President produce provisions raised relief S. C. POMEROY says season Secretary seed September settlers Shawnee county sowed Spanish fever spring wheat starving statements suffering Tecumseh township Territory THADDEUS HYATT thirty bushels to-day Topeka total failure turnips twenty-five winter Woodson county worms wormy Wyandott constitution yield yoke cattle York Tribune