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f the town; Governor Geary orders Woodson and Strickler to disband the pro-slavery army on the Wakarusa......Sept. 14, 1856 The pro-slavery forces encamped near Lawrence since the 14th are prevailed upon by the governor to disband and return to Missouri......Sept. 17, 1856 Publication of Kansas: its Interior and exterior life, by Mrs. Sara T. L. Robinson......Oct. 24, 1856 Governor Geary announces that peace prevails throughout the Territory of Kansas ......Nov. 11, 1856 Col. William A. Phillips publishes his book, The conquest of Kansas by Missouri and her allies......1856 The United States House of Representatives reconsiders the act refusing to seat Whitfield, and he becomes delegate for Kansas......Dec. 9, 1856 Free-State legislature meets at Topeka, Governor Robinson absent; Judge Cato grants a writ, and seven members of the legislature are arrested by the United States marshal......Jan. 7, 1857 Territorial legislature and a convention of Kansas National Democ