Excerpt from John Deering's Diary

Title: Excerpt from John Deering's Diary
Creator: John Deering
Description: This excerpt from John Deering’s diary was written between January 5 and June 7, 1858. Deering, who arrived in Kansas Territory from Maine in March 1857, describes daily life in Douglas County, Kansas. Deering records his purchase of a new claim after his own was “taken by Indians,” and his efforts to build a shop in Prairie City, Kansas. On February 27, Deering writes that he attended an election to nominate delegates for the Leavenworth Constitutional Convention. On April 23, he notes that he heard Jim Lane and others speak about the constitution.
Owning organization: Baker University
Document Type: diary
Publication Statement: John Deering Diary, 1856-1858
Organization location: For more information on using this image, contact Baker University at: 518 Eighth Street, Baldwin City KS 66066, Phone: (785)594-8380, E-mail: jen.mccollough@bakerU.edu Publication, commercial use, or reproduction of this image or the accompanying data requires prior written permission from Baker University. Use of this image also requires that credit be given to Baker University.
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