"Focusing on the last twelve years of James Henry Lane's life, Spurgeon delves into key aspects of his career such as his time as an Indiana congressman, his role in Kansas's constitutional conventions, and his evolving stance on slavery to challenge prevailing views on Lane's place in history"--Provided by publisher.
Lane in Indiana, 1854-1855 -- Lane goes to Kansas, 1855 -- Lane and the Kansas memorial, 1856 -- Lane's army of the north, 1856 -- Lane and LeCompton, 1857 -- Lane and the Leavenworth Constitution, 1858 -- Lane's political comeback, 1858-1861 -- Lane and the beginning of the Civil War, 1861-1862 -- Lane and his enemies, 1862-1863 -- Lane and slavery, 1861-1865 -- Lane and the end of the Civil War, 1864-1866
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