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dc.contributor.editorStuewe, Paul K.
dc.identifier.citationStuewe, Paul K. Kansas Revisited: Historical Images and Perspectives, Second Edition. Lawrence, Kan.: University of Kansas, 1998.en_US
dc.descriptionThis is the second edition.
dc.description.abstractThe second edition of Kansas Revisited is a collection of twenty-nine articles, twenty of which are from the first edition and nine new essays have been added, one of which on the Kansas economy was written especially for this anthology. These essays by various authors describe people, times, issues, and places that help us understand Kansas history and its future. It assesses both positive and negative experiences, while covering a surprising amount of the state’s social, political, economic, and cultural history, Topics include the depopulation of the Kansa Indians, the influx of blacks before the Civil War, Eisenhower, Brown v Board of Education of Topeka, and the future of Kansas agriculture and rural communities .

Although all footnotes have been removed and some articles are abridged, the full citation for each selection guides readers who wish to read the entire piece. Each chapter includes an introduction and concludes with a short bibliography of books and articles for future reading. Numerous photos enhance the text. This edition also includes an annotated list of useful websites on Kansas history and culture. Kansas Revisited is designed to help us better understand our cultural diversity and roots and to develop a sense of community and shared responsibility. Kansas is indeed a land of contrast and contradictions.
dc.publisherDivision of Continuing Education, University of Kansasen_US
dc.rightsCopyright 1998, University of Kansasen_US
dc.titleKansas Revisited: Historical Images and Perspectivesen_US
kusw.kudepartmentContinuing Educationen_US

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