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July 28, 1854 First settlers arrive in Kansas under the New England Emigrant Society charter. They set up tents on the Kansas River, west of its confluence with the Missouri.
  Bleeding Kansas
July 28, 1862 Railroads introduce the mail car, allowing mail to be sorted as a train travels
July 28, 1864 Fugitive slave laws abolished
July 28, 1864 Battle of Ezra Church Georgia
  Atlanta Campaign
July 28, 1866 The U. S. Secret Service begins an investigation into the Ku Klux Klan
July 28, 1868 The Secretary of State certifies the 14th Amendment has been approved by the required 28 of the 37 states.
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