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 The front page of the Newton Evening Kansan Republican which announced the war declaration on April 6, also carried a short article noting that "federal agents say they have evidence of a widespread movement on the part of agents of the imperial German government to incite Negroes to rise against the United States government."  Generalized anxieties found their focus in central Kansas not upon blacks but upon the Mennonite communities of Swiss, Dutch, and Prussian origin located in rural areas of Marion, Mc Pherson, Harvey, Butler, and Reno counties.It was these Mennonites who bore the brunt of Kansas anti-German hostility during World War I.
The oldest Kansas Mennonite congregations had migrated from Eastern states and had given up the German language in church services before the great war, although they retained a strict doctrine of separation of church and state.
The largest group had come from Russia in 1874-76 and retained the German language in church and home.