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Collection Number: SC#45
Eugene Hayes Collection
Scope and Content
Newspaper clippings from 1939-1940, about Native American artifact finds and Native American history.
Kansas City Star
Kansas City Times
Donated by Eugene Hayes in 1986.
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"Last Indian Massacre in Kansas Recalled Vividly By A Witness," The Kansas City Times, May 8, 1939
- Undated – “Trace of Ancient Indians”
- Undated – “A Find May Be Legendary Council Chamber of the Navajo Tribal Gods”
- Undated – “Rich Pageant of Kansas City’s Past has been Preserved by Collectors”
- August 16 – The Kansas City Times, “Range Rider With Bow and Arrow Set the Pace for American Cowboy”
- August 21, 1938 – The Kansas City Star, “Modern Indian Serves His People as Artist”
- May 5, 1939 – The Kansas City Star, “Indian Medicine Lore”
- May 8, 1939 – The Kansas City Times, “Last Indian Massacre in Kansas Recalled vividly by a witness
- Feb. 4, 1940 – The Joplin Globe, “Workers Unearthing Indian Relics Before Grand River Lake Is Formed
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