Ottumwa, Coffey County

Title

Ottumwa, Coffey County

Subject

From High Hopes to Slow Decline: Ottumwa,
Coffey County, Kansas, 1855-1906

Description

The lost town of Ottumwa, Coffey County, Kansas was settled by migrants of the Northern Midland Migration movement who shared similar progressive values and beliefs. The town experienced a brief period of prosperity, in which the town was home to a small college. This study uses early maps of the county, newspapers, personal reminiscences, and visits to the townsite to provide a history of Ottumwa, Kansas.

Creator

Nickolas Wheeler

Publisher

The Chapman Center for Rural Studies

Date

Fall 2012

Rights

The Chapman Center for Rural Studies

Relation

Kansas State University, Department of History

Format

pdf

Type

Document

Files

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https://s3.amazonaws.com/omeka-net/2236/archive/files/f4ebf4bfb03ce6e565a122ae953a09bd.pdf

Citation

Nickolas Wheeler, “Ottumwa, Coffey County,” Chapman Center Research Collections, accessed February 16, 2020, https://ccrsresearchcollections.omeka.net/items/show/95.

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