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Illinois Senator Stephen Douglas was eager for a railroad to connect Chicago with California. Douglas also supported popular sovereignty. This railroad would have to pass through Nebraska Territory; first, Nebraska would have to adopt statehood. A leading question in gaining statehood: allow slavery or not? Biased elections were held, and Kansas and Nebraska were carved ...
... asks why “they” give money to people who don't work, why there are so many social programs draining the budget and why the workers are treated so poorly. I took it as a rhetorical question and didn't reply.
Buoyed and encouraged by our stop in Memphis, we decided to try our hand in the Ozarks and set off for Arkansas. We found the mountains, coconut pie and a few mountain roads barely worthy of the name.
A waitress in a diner served ...
Either the city has started slipping anti anxiety medicine into the water supply or after 29 years I have finally adapted to traveling with out my pet butterflies. Whatever it is, I'm thrilled. We purchased our airline tickets for this trip on my birthday in March, but the planning for this monolith of a vacation started well before that. Instead of sugar plum faeries dancing merrily in my head at Christmas time, I saw the twinkling lights of ...
... many built of light-colored limestone common in eastern
Kansas. I have some acquaintances who went to college here; I can see how they
would have some very fond memories. There are a couple museums on campus
including one of natural history and the Sumner Art Museum. I thought the
Sumner is one of the better college art museums I’ve seen in my travels. There
are many that are mostly gallery space for changing exhibitions ...
... the state. They
were executed in the 1930s and have some similarity with the works of
better-known Missouri native Thomas Hart Benton. My favorite is of abolitionist
John Brown preaching his views with scenes of the era behind him, including
pro-slavery factions with the Confederate flag and cattle and men crossing the
plains pulling handcarts with a twister in the distance.
Downtown Topeka was pretty dead on Saturday, and I ...