“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”

Elk County Kansas Historical Markers

Elk Falls Bridge Sign image, Touch for more information
By William Fischer, Jr., September 23, 2014
Elk Falls Bridge Sign
Kansas (Elk County), Elk Falls — Elk Falls Pratt Truss Bridge
This 1893 Pratt Truss Bridge has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior —————————— Falls & Bridge . . . — Map (db m79224) HM
Kansas (Elk County), Elk Falls — Pershing / Prair[i]e Gem School HouseDistrict #26, Elk County, Kansas — 1879 - 1944
Originally located 2 miles west of Elk Falls Moved in 2002 by Friends of Elk Falls Plaque donated in loving memory of Edie Baker — Map (db m79218) HM
Kansas (Elk County), Elk Falls — 112 — Prudence Crandall
In 1831, Prudence Crandall, educator, emancipator, and human rights advocate, established a school which in 1833, became the first Black female academy in New England at Canterbury, Connecticut. This later action resulted in her arrest and . . . — Map (db m57960) HM
Kansas (Elk County), Elk Falls — Prudence Crandall
The State of Connecticut proudly joins the State of Kansas in honoring the lifetime achievements of Prudence Crandall, educator and champion of human rights. Crandall’s courage and determination serve as examples of all who face seemingly . . . — Map (db m57961) HM
Kansas (Elk County), Howard — Benjamin F. Hobbs
First Teacher in Elk Co. 1848 – 1871 — Map (db m57969) HM
Kansas (Elk County), Howard — Howard Bells
Small Bell Upper Paw Paw School Bell Large Bell Howard City Lake Curfew Bell Originally Howard City Fire Bell — Map (db m57967) HM
Kansas (Elk County), Howard — Veterans Memorial
Honoring All Veterans [Armed Forces Branch Medallions] — Map (db m79204) WM

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