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Working class -- Kansas

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Records:

H. James Yount papers

Call Number: RH MS 220

H. James Yount was a prominent Kansas labor leader from the 1940s to the 1970s; he was also an author, having published one book, Colored Water, as well as many articles for organized labor. The collection of correspondence, newsletters, pamphlets, photographs, and newspaper clippings follow H.J. Yount's work in organized labor from 1944 to 1976.

Dates: 1940 - 1980

"Radical Kansas" presentation by Scott G. McNall and James P. Divney

Call Number: RH MS P548
Overview Typed presentation script and 160 slides, which were used to illustrate the narrative "Radical Kansas" by Scott G. McNall and James P. Divney, which was made possible through a Kansas Committee for the Humanities grant. Topics covered in the presentation include the beginnings of Euro-American settlement in Kansas Territory, farming, the 1874 grasshopper plague, railroads and their effect on trade, the rise of populism, William Jennings Bryan, Louis Pio, spiritualism and Prudence...
Dates: 1985?