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Most of the work recently has been done on the Kansas Historical Quarterly project:
Gardner Smith has been working on a 24-part series of articles titled "Ferries in Kansas."
Patty Passmore is transcribing ""A Winter on the Plains, 1870-1871--The Memoirs of Lawson Cooke."
Teresa Smith has taken on "The Migration of the Russian-Germans to Kansas."
Sean Furniss is working on the second and third installments of the three-part article, "Letters of John and Sarah Everett, 1854-1864."
R. Griffin is marching ahead with the article "Rebecca Visits Kansas and Custer," after already finishing "The West Breaks in General Custer."
Other volunteers who have contributed to the Quarterly: Elizabeth Lawrence, Jim Scheetz, Debbie Butler, and Lynn Nelson.
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