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  • Shearmire, Brantlee (Kansas State University. Dept. of History, 2011-04-19)
    In this paper, the author discusses the El Quartelejo Pueblo ruins located in present-day Scott County, Kansas. The Taos and the Picuris Indians who came from what is today northwestern New Mexico fled their homelands due ...
  • Baker, Zach (Kansas State University. Dept. of History, 2011-04-19)
    The author describes the life of an early Irish Catholic settlement in eastern Kansas. Originally a Quaker community, Irish immigration "exploded" there just after the Civil War, eventually stamping the town with a particular ...
  • Mog, Christy (Kansas State University. Dept. of History, 2011-04-19)
    In southern Neosho County, the "wild west" community of Ladore flourished between 1869 and 1901, when its post office closed. Early events including gambling and lynchings stamped the town with a legendary character. The ...
  • Hocking, Jillian (Kansas State University. Dept. of History, 2011-04-19)
    Located on the border of both Smith and Jewell Counties, tiny Dispatch was founded by the Dutch Reformed Church. When the church split along doctrinal lines, two cemeteries evolved for two different church populations. ...
  • Clark, Tyler (Kansas State University. Dept. of History, 2011-04-19)
    The White Rock Valley in Republic County saw Indian violence from both the Cheyenne and the Pawnee. This essay traces the founding of the town of White Rock City and its decline during the railroad years. The vital early ...
  • Zerr, Brad (Kansas State University. Dept. of History, 2011-04-19)
    This study of the slowly-vanishing town of Orion explores the western Kansas environment and the founding of a community in 1886. Wheat farmers claimed large farms in this area. Named for a schoolteacher, Orion had a vital ...

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