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16 Cards in this Set

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Lawrence named for him
Amos Lawrence
Border ruffian and outlaw
Led a raid on Lawrence on August 21, 1863. He killed about 150 men in order to destroy the "free" town of Lawrence.
William Clark Quantrill
First governor of Kansas
Charles Robinson
First U.S. senator from Kansas
James H. Lane
Abe Lincoln's Secretary of Interior
John P. Usher
Member of KS. senate
state seal motto
kept slaves hidden
Josiah Miller
Drafted the Kansas Constitution
Solon O. Thacher
Minister, author, school board
Reverend Richard Cordley
U.S. congressman, founder of Haskell University
Dudley C. Haskell
Architect who designed KS capital building
John G. Haskell
Property owners of Lawrence and KU
Jabez B. and Elizabeth M Watkins
Donated money for Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, and 4-H clubs
Alfred H. Bromelsick
1st woman dentist
Lucy Hobbs Taylor
Basketball player for Naismith
2nd KU basketball coach
Phog Allen
The man who invented basketball and
coached at KU
James A. Naismith
Famous writer and poet who lived in Lawrence
Langston Hughes