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Wabaunsee County History Bibliography

Image of Kansas map with Wabaunsee County highlighted.Alta Vista Centennial Committee. Centennial, Alta Vista, Kansas, 1887-1987: 100 Years. N.p.: n.d. (K/978.1/-W11/AL79).

Banks, Robert. "Same Early Day Stories as Told by First Settlers." Alma Enterprise. Sept. 18, 1936. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: A 210).

The Beecher Bible and Rifle Church, Wabaunsee, Kansas. N.p.: n.d. (K/978.1/-W11/Pam.v.2).

Burt, Henry F. "A Brief History of the Connecticut Kansas Colony, Better Known as the Beecher Bible and Rifle Company." Wabaunsee County Truth. N.p.: Author, 1899-1900. (K/978.1/-W11/Mss.).

Cone, William W. Real Estate Register of Wabaunsee County, Kansas. Topeka, KS: Kansas Farmer Printing House, 1877. (Micronegative: MN 38).

Cottrell, Amos A. The New Haven Colony's History in Kansas. Eskridge, KS: Eskridge Star Print, 1907. (K/978.1/-W11/Pam.v.1/no. 3).

Hawes, Percival. "Percival Hawes, Our Last Civil War Vet, Loses in Final Battle." Alta Vista Journal. Mar. 29, 1934. [2 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: A 270).

Kansas Directory Company. Business Directory and History of Wabaunsee County. Topeka, KS: Author, 1907. (K/978.1/-W11/K13).

Kansas State Historical Society. Senators Representing Wabaunsee County, 1861-1947. Topeka, KS: KSHS, n.d. (K/978.1/-W11/Mss.).

__________. Wabaunsee County Clippings, 1856-1999. (4 vols.). Topeka, KS: KSHS, n.d. (K/978.1/-W11/Clipp./v.1-4).

Lake Wabaunsee Sportsmen Association. History and Directory of Lake Wabaunsee. N.p.: 1971. (K/978.1/-W11/Pam. v.1/no. 4).

Lannan, Vida W. Paxico, 1886-1986: Our Little Town. Manhattan, KS: Ag Press, 1986. (K/978.1/-W11/P289).

Lines, Charles B. Connecticut Kansas Colony. N.p.: 1979. (K/978.1/-W11/ Pam.v.1/no. 5).

Magee, R. Sorren. Magee's History and Directory of Wabaunsee County, Kansas. Winchester, KS: Argus Job Printing Office, 1885. (K/978.1/-W11/Pam.v.1/no. 2).

Maple Hill Community Congregational Church. Maple Hill Community Congregational Church, Maple Hill, Kansas: Centennial Book, 1875-1975. N.p.: 1975. (K/978.1/-W11/M321ma).

"The Old Church at Wabaunsee Reminiscences." Wabaunsee County Truth. Aug. 1932. [2 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: LM 53).

Palenske, Louis. "People Were Willing But Fate Decreed Otherwise." Alma Enterprise. Sept. 4, 1936. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: A 210).

__________. "Reminiscences of the Mill Creek Settlement." Alma Enterprise. Sept. 27-Oct. 4, 1929. [2 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: A 206).

Platt, Ferry L. "Family Had Large Part in Early Wabaunsee History." Alma Enterprise. Sept. 11, 1936. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: A 210).

Smith, H.E. "Original 'Who's Who' at Wabaunsee." Alma Signal. Sept. 5, 1935. [2 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: A 230).

Thierer, Joyce M. "Volland: A Flint Hills Trading Community." Master's thesis, Emporia State University, 1986. (K/978.1/-W11/V885).

Thomson, Matt. Early History of Wabaunsee County, Kansas. Alma, KS: Author, 1901. (K/978.1/-W11/T37).

A photograph showing business buildings including the post office in Maple Hill, Kansas.Turnbull, Roderick. Maple Hill Stories. Kansas City, MO: Star, 1961. (K/978.1/-W11/M321).

__________. More Maple Hill Stories. Kansas City, MO: Lowell Press, 1974. (K/978.1/-W11/M321m).

Wabaunsee County Historical Society. New Branches from Old Trees: A New History of Wabaunsee County. N.p.: Author, 1976. (K/978.1/-W11/W11n).

Whelan, Paul. Historical Editon of Maple Hill and Vicinity. Maple Hill, KS: Maple Hill Rural High School, 1941. (Oversize/K/978.1/-W11/W569).

Winkler, Alan. McFarland, Kansas, 1887-1987: The First 100 Years. McFarland, KS: McFarland Senior Citizens, 1987. (K/978.1/-W11/M164).

Woman's Kansas Day Club. Wabaunsee County Court House. N.p.: n.d. (K/978.1/-W11/Mss.).