Daniel Vanderslice correspondence, receipts, and legal documents.
Scope and Contents
This collection comprises personal and business correspondence, receipts and legal documents from 1826-1907. Also included are architectural plans and instructions for the building of a schoolhouse and a manuscript plat of Highland, Kansas, dated 1855.
- 1826 - 1907
- Vanderslice, Daniel, 1799-1889 (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
No access restrictions.
Conditions Governing Use
Spencer Library staff may determine use restrictions dependent on the physical condition of manuscript materials.
Biography of Daniel Vanderslice
Daniel Vanderslice was the General Agent for the Great Nemaha Indian Agency from 1853-1861. The agency governed the activities of the Chickasaw, Iowa, Sac and Fox, and Kickapoo Indian tribes. Vanderslice also maintained contact with Samuel M. Irvin's Highland Mission serving the Iowas, Sac and Fox Indians.
6 folders (71 items)
RH MS 136
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Purchase, Irvin family, 1964
- Bayless, John, 1834?-1873
- Breckinridge, John C. (John Cabell), 1821-1875
- Chickasaw Indians -- Kansas
- Cummings, A.
- Delaware Indians -- Kansas
- Democratic Party (Kan.)
- Fox Indians -- Kansas
- Highland (Kan.) -- History
- Highland (Kan.) -- Maps
- Highland Academy (Highland, Kan.)
- Iowa Indians -- Kansas
- Iowa Point Hotel Company (Iowa Point, Kan.)
- Irvin, S. M. (Samuel Mcleary), 1812-
- Kansas -- Politics and government -- 1854-1861
- Kickapoo Indians -- Kansas
- Sauk Indians -- Kansas
- School buildings -- Kansas -- Doniphan County
- United States. Office of Indian Affairs. Great Nemaha Agency
- Whitfield, J. W.
- Guide to the Daniel Vanderslice Collection
- Daniel Vanderslice correspondence, receipts, and legal documents.
- jma 10 April 1973 mg 2004
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- Finding aid writtenin<language> English.</language>
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- Preferred citation
Daniel Vanderslice Collection, Kansas Collection, RH MS 136, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas