2 edition of Went to Kansas. found in the catalog.
Went to Kansas.
Miriam Davis Colt
Original t.p. reads: Went to Kansas; being a thrilling account of an ill-fated expedition to that fairy land, and its sad results; together with a sketch of the life of the author...By Mrs. Miriam Davis Colt... Watertown, Printed by L. Ingalls & Co., 1862.
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A brilliant analysis-and funny to boot-What's the Matter with Kansas. is Went to Kansas. book vivid portrait of an upside-down world where blue-collar patriots recite the Pledge while they strangle their life chances; where small farmers cast their votes for a Wall Street order that will eventually push them off their land; and where a group of frat boys, lawyers Cited by: Went to Kansas book.
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A THRILLING ACCOUNT. OF AN. ILL-FATED EXPEDITION. That Fairy Land, and its Sad Results; TOGETHER WITH A SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF THE AUTHOR AND HOW THE WORLD GOES WITH HER. MRS. MIRIAM DAVIS COLT. ___ €€ ___ "There's a Divinity that shapes our ends, Rough hew them as we will." ___ € _ € ___ WATERTOWN: PRINTED.
What's the Matter with Kansas was an newspaper editorial. More than a century later, the phrase was invoked as the title of a book and a film; it has also been used in many other contexts.
More than a century later, the phrase was invoked as the title of a book and a Author: Thomas Frank. An awards ceremony will be held at the Kansas Book Festival, Saturday, Septemat the State Capitol to recognize the talented Notable Book authors.
The public is invited. For more information about Kansas Notable Books, callvisit or email [email protected] OCLC Number: Notes: Original t.p. reads: Went to Kansas: being a thrilling account of an ill-fated expedition to that fairy land, and its sad results; together with a sketch of the life of the author.
Went to Kansas. Ann Arbor [Mich.] University Microfilms  (OCoLC) Online version: Colt, Miriam Davis, b. Went to Kansas. Went to Kansas. book Arbor [Mich.] University Microfilms  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Miriam Davis Colt.
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Today’s book review: I suggest Went To Kansas.Â As the title page suggests, it is “a thrilling account of an ill-fated expedition” to Kansas.Â It illustrates some of the scams and resulting frustrations and hardships pioneer families experienced in a search for a better life.
Â The work is by Mrs. Miriam Davis Colt and describes her family’s move to Kansas from New York in the The author of One Market Under God reveals how conservatism became the preferred national political ideology, exploring the origins of this philosophy in the.
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"WENT TO KANSAS" by Miriam D. Colt. PREFACE. It is with extreme modesty that I present the following pages to be read by other eyes than mine. I do not hand them out expecting that they possess merit enough to interest the million, in these exciting war times; but it is of my friends (those that know me,) and their friends, that I ask patronage.
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