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"Robert Docking was a constant — a man with Kansas qualities: plain spoken, affable, optimistic, strongly loyal and committed to family, friendship, community and public service. Enduring qualities." Governor of the State of Kansas 1967 t…
May 18, 1996Torch BearersCharles Dow, Local Community HeroEmily Bergkamp · Michael GoffAmanda Crouse · Shaunta LolarGreg Gann · Trisha MorganJenny Graham · Brooke SnowdenNick Gilliland · Chad Taylor 100th Anni…
In memory of themen, women & POW-MIAwho fought in theKorean War1950 - 1953 Dedicated November 11, 2003
(Front)Engine 2542 was built in 1910 by the American Locomotive Company in Pittsburgh, PA., for the Kansas City, Mexico and Orient Railway. In 1929, the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway purchased the KCM & O Line and assigned this engine to t…
Dedicated tothe many thousands who pioneeredThe Cherokee StripSeptember 16, 1893Thousands gathered in this area to start anew frontier, six million acres of CherokeeIndian land was opened to homesteaders.Tension, danger and hardship were theorder …
Academic, agricultural, vocational training for Indian youth from over U.S. Established by Act of Cong. 1882. Jasper M. Hadley 1st Superintendent. Handsome buildings of stone erected, and first pupils - Kiowa, Comanche children - entered Jan. 1884…
Land in this area was granted to Cherokee Indians by U.S., 1828. Opened to White settlement, 1893. Kaw Indian Tribal Reservation, 5 miles east. There was located land allotment of Hon. Charles Curtis, Kaw Indian, Vice President of U.S., 1928-32.
To commemoratethe OpeningofThe Cherokee StripSeptember 16, 1893