The Wakefield Colony: A Contribution to the Local History of Kansas (Classic Reprint)
August 25, 1869, the founders of the colony were incorporated as the Kansas Land and Emigration Company, and on the following day the town site was formally laid out. A cairn of stones was raised on the mpe of Cedar Bluff and in it was deposited a parchment certifying the founding of the town and naming the parties therein concerned.20 The cairn stood near the present site of Doctor Hewitt's residence.21 The plat-book makes the following statement about the beginnings of Wakefield.
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