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What is the most historically significant thing about Lawrence?

Asked at the Lawrence Public Library on January 31, 2003

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“Langston Hughes’ time here and Quantrill’s burning of the town.”

“Probably the information about Quantrill’s Raid.”

“Being a theater person myself, I’m going to say Lawrence’s contribution to arts, including the old Lawrence Arts Center.”

“I’ve only lived here for 18 months, but the biggest thing I know about Lawrence is Quantrill’s Raid.”

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