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This tiny abandoned castle in the middle of Kansas prairie has historic value, even without any famous residents. Let’s take a hike, shall we?
— Read on www.onlyinyourstate.com/kansas/ks-awesome-hike-abandoned-castle/
The year was 1931. The Great Depression had changed the face of America. Hardworking folks who had never experienced unemployment, hunger, homelessness, and the inability to feed their families were now facing those grim realities. While some people sought public assistance to survive, others turned to a life of crime for the…
Wayne Miner of Kansas City volunteered when no one else would. He may have been the last American to die in World War I.
— Read on www.kansascity.com/news/local/article107823992.html
One day in September of 1918, First Lieutenant George Robb’s job was to take a French town called Sechault from the Germans who’d claimed it. At the time,
— Read on www.kcur.org/post/kansas-city-historians-will-spend-years-seeking-medals-valor-1918-soldiers-color
A 200-year-old system of tunnels exists beneath the sidewalks of Leavenworth, home to part of the Underground Railroad and allegedly hosting paranormal activity.
— Read on www.kansan.com/content/tncms/live/