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History of Kansas in Rhyme
At one time eight different Native America Indian Tribes lived in peace, In the state of Kansas, sharing buffalo, shared lands with no lease. The Iowa, Chippewa, Delaware, Kansas, Osage, Pawnee and Kickapoo, Shared venison, and fresh cool streams with the Wyandotte too. Animals found in my yard today like the snake, raccoon, opossum and fox, Were here along with the iris, daisy, dandelion, wild raspberries so chock. On the California gold rush trail, plenty of settlers were injured or killed. As treaties by the government were continually broken, considered nilled. The Kansas-Nebraska Act signed by President Pierce in eighteen fifty-four, Stated the colonists could decide if the immediate area would be slave or more. Kansas was one of the main battlegrounds of the Civil War With many free staters and slavers lying dead on the floor. The “free staters” caused a ruckus, to try to get slavery abolished. But it would be four more years before that idea got polished. Wheat, potatoes, corn, soybean, zinc, coal and salt, assets of late. President Dwight D. Eisenhower, made us proud of our state. Women got the right to vote in nineteen twelve, check the archives. Reluctantly, but we wanted to go back to sleeping with our wives. It’s a state with the best barbeque, and Kansas City is a cultural delight. Come on down to visit; we will welcome you easily and leave on a light. Written: 9/05/2019 Contest: Your Best Rhyme Poem Sponsor: Tania Kitchin Why I think it should place: I had to do a lot of research to pen this poem, and I am extremely proud of it.
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