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Frisco Freight/Passenger Depot. Circa 1876. was listed in the National Register of Historic Places by the U.S. Department of the Interior National Park Service July 10, 2017. var plainText = document.getElementById('inscri…
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior
Green Elm School was a one-room school house built in the 1870's in southeast Kansas. It was located in the southwest corner of Crawford County, seven miles north and one mile west of McCune, Kansas. The school held classes 1872-1955 and employed …
H.R. Browns Grocery was one of the last neighborhood grocery stores in Pittsburg, Kansas. By 1912, there were seventy-nine retail grocery stores in Pittsburg. Their strength was in their relative convenience for their customers. Regular customers …
ThisMark of Commendationis awarded toKansas StateTeachers CollegeFor effective co-operationin training Naval personnelduring World War II Navy V-12 Unit James ForrestalSecretary of the Navy
Moved from Chicopee to present locationJuly 19, 2012 The hoist had cables on the drum that were used to raise and lower coal cars from the mine, Circa Late 1800s-Early 1900s
Moved to present locationSeptember 12, 2012 Designed for applications that require blasts of air for long distances. Used in coal mining industry to force fresh air into the shafts.
Used in strip-mining operations to remove the overburden of soil from coal seams. Owned by Wilkinson Coal CompanyDonated by Wendell & Lynda WilkinsonDedicated January 13, 2013
Constructed in 1936 with federal funding assistance, the Franklin Sidewalk connects two rural mining communities in Crawford County - Franklin and Arma. The 3' wide sidewalk stretches 1.7 miles. It has become well known as the "longest sidewalk co…
Established in Franklin from 1915-2004.Bell installed at this location November, 2005