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  • Washington State like Kanses has a very active percentage of conservative evangelicals who dominate primaries and causes.

    "The sacred American principle that all ballots be counted in a free, fair, and transparent manner."

  • Side of the Kanses 1/2 a mile up below the Kanses the hills is about 1 1/2 Miles from the point on the North Side of the

    Original journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804-1806

  • Side of the Kanses 1/2 a mile up, below the Kanses the hills is about 1-1/2 Miles from the point on the North Side of the Missourie the Hills or high lands is Several Miles back ....

    The Young Alaskans on the Missouri

  • Killed Several Deer and Saw Buffalow, men impd Dressing Skins & makeing themselves Comfortable, the high lands Coms to the river Kanses on the upper Side at about a mile, full in view, and a butifull place for a fort, good landing place, the waters of the Kansas is verry disigreeably tasted to me.

    The Journals of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1806

  • The office is at the heart of the financial overhaul effort, and Brownback's (R-Kanses) amendment will set off a fight with the Obama administration and consumer advocates who have pushed to keep auto dealers under the new office.

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  • The office is at the heart of the financial overhaul effort, and Brownback's (R-Kanses) amendment will set off a fight with the Obama administration and consumer advocates who have pushed to keep auto dealers under the new office.

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  • Micheal Totten’s travels took him through Kanses, which he covers with his usual interesting writing and beautiful photography.

    Free Land! « Tai-Chi Policy

  • Missouries the bottom, in the Point is low, & overflown for 250 yards. it rises a little above high water mark and Continus up that hight of good quallity back to the hills ____ A high Clift, on the upper Side of the Kansis 1/2 a mile up below the Kanses the hills is about 11/2 miles from the point on the North Side of the Missouries the Hill or high lands is Several miles back, we compareed the instrmts Took equal altitudes, and the Meridian altituade of the Suns L L to day Lattitude

    The Journals of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1806

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