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... Territory as slave states. As a result, Bloody Kansas occurred, where slavery supporters from Missouri crossed into Kansas and voted, thus angering the abolitionists in Kansas. The Kansas-Nebraska Act repealed the Missouri Compromise and allowed the expansion of slavery. Douglas's greed for the railroad ultimately permitted the expansion of slavery above the 36' 30' ...
... up a conversation when they saw us standing by Elephant. They were thin, perhaps gaunt, her hair was grey and braided, their jeans worn but clean and the practical fit of their shirts and work boots left no room for compromise. They had 40 acres in New Mexico and kept a few horses. They had no electricity and collected rain water. I could visualise the block as one of thousands of similar holdings we have seen in Colorado or Nevada or Arizona, each with its ...
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This is SURREAL! My first major trip out of the country begins tomorrow morning! Part of me won't allow myself to be too excited until I actually get there because honestly, it still seems like a dream.
I was fortunate enough to receive a CULP (cultural understand and language proficiency) scholarship to study abroad in Skopje, Macedonia! I must say it has been quite the process. ...
... 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 ...
unusual to think of Kansas as a place of de jure rather than just de facto
segregation, but the state did have separate schools for its small Black
population before 1954.
One of the things I learned that I found interesting was
that targeting Kansas was part of a broader Civil Rights strategy. Although
Kansas had segregation, the “separate but equal” in Kansas was not as unequal
as in most ...