Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
This series contains the handwritten correspondence and journals of Milton Mars Haun, a circuit preacher who came to Kansas in 1857. He served in the Kansas, South Kansas, and Southwest Kansas conferences and preached the first sermon in Newton, Kansas in a saloon. In total, Haun served 15 churches in Kansas and died in 1902.
A collection of personal letters of Methodist minster J.S. Griffing from 1854-1868 relating mostly to the settlement of Kansas and methodism during this time, with reference to the continued conflict known as Bloody Kansas. This collection also includes supplmentary materials on Griffing and documents relating to the creation and matinence of the collection itself.