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Assorted Groups (Anthology, Cultural, Ethnic, & Religious):
African-Americans - Nicodemus Township area (Graham County)
Native Americans in Kansas - (GHLL website)
Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation - (Jackson County, Kansas)
Wyandots in Kansas - the founding of Kansas City area.
Note: These items are presented as part of the historical record and should not be interpreted to mean that the WebMaster, in any way, endorses any stereotypes which may be implied by the linked web sites.
Census & related Lists of various kinds:
1855 Census - State Census (eligible voters).
State Census Index (1895)
1895 Kansas State Census - A search engine for those counties indexed.
Kansas Pioneers List - Pioneers Project, a database collection of information identifying
early Kansas settlers (on or before 1885).
Breckenridge County - 1860 Census (see Breckenridge - extinct county, below).
Families and Surnames:
Family Surname List - The Kansas Surname List is a way for individuals to contact others researching the same names in Kansas.
Genealogical/Historical Commissions, Societies and Museums:
Please click here - (Counties we have listed), (To list a local society, please contact us.)
Ghost Towns of Kansas - Once, where pioneers and homesteaders thrived are now
forgotten towns that have long since become dust.
Historical interest Items, etc.:
Graham County - Nicodemus Township (Kansas Historical Marker)
Old Kansas Maps - (Kansas Collection Graphics).
History Masters - "Any student of history knows that there is a great deal to be learned
from those who have gone before. And, of course, there is much to be learned from
the histories of other countries. Many civilizations have risen and fallen in the
thousands of years since humans have been interacting with each other, and it
makes for compelling stories, ancient as well as modern." - blog quote.
Migrations to, from, across:
Migration of the Wyandots to Kansas - the founding of Kansas City.
National Archives - Central Plains Region, serves Iowa, Kansas Missouri and Nebraska
(located in Kansas City, MO).
National Parks, Playgrounds, Recreational Areas etc.:
African-American Migration - Nicodemus Township area (Graham County)
Cottonwood Ranch - Kansas State Historic Site.
Hollenberg Pony Express Station - The building still stands and, along with the visitor
center, tells the stories of the Hollenbergs, pioneer life, and the Pony Express at this
National Historic Landmark.
State Capital City: Topeka (Capital since 1856 - located in Shawnee County)
The State name: Named after the Kansas River by the French after the Kansas, Omaha, Kaw, Osage and Dakota Sioux Indian word "KaNze" meaning, in the Kansas language "south wind." The state name for Arkansas shares its origins with Kansas.an Iroquois Indian name meaning "large" or "beautiful" river.
U.S.A. - General Information links page
U.S.A. - Possessions & Territories
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we will gladly set out to find as many listings, within time, for your particular SURNAME(S).
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