Goodnight, Mary Ann, a heart-tugging adventure, is an oral history of the early Sage family who settled in Shawnee and Wabaunsee County, Kansas. In the 1850's, much of Kansas was still Indian territory. Settlers lived "up" and "down" Mission Creek southwest of Topeka, which later became Dover in 1870. Alfred Sage, who was the owner of the Historic Sage Inn was married twice, both times to a woman named Mary Ann. Through the eyes of these two women, the reader learns about not only the trials of the Sage family, but about the early history of Kansas during the territorial years and the Civil War.
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