Memoirs and Recollections of C. W. Goodlander of the Early Days of Fort Scott, from April 29, 1858, to January 1, 1870: Covering the Time Prior to the Advent of the Railroad and During the Days of the Ox-team and Stage Transportation. And Biographies of Col. H. T. Wilson and Geo. A. Crawford, the Fathers of Fort Scott
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Charles W. Goodlander
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