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

Greenwood County Kansas Historical Markers

"Eureka, I found it" Marker image, Touch for more information
By William Fischer, Jr., September 3, 2011
"Eureka, I found it" Marker
Kansas (Greenwood County), Eureka — "Eureka, I found it"
shouted a small band of hardy pioneers in August of 1857. A spring of cool, clear water near this very spot. Abundant drinking water was a strong factor in search for a place to settle. They soon agreed that they had indeed found an ideal place and . . . — Map (db m55991) HM
Kansas (Greenwood County), Eureka — Christian and Congregational Church Building
Erected and dedicated 1888, was designated as a Kansas Historical Site, May 26, 1989, by the Kansas State Historical Society. — Map (db m76361) HM
Kansas (Greenwood County), Eureka — Greenwood County Cattlemen's AssociationBEEF
Organized in hotel lobby 1924 — Map (db m55993) HM
Kansas (Greenwood County), Eureka — Veterans Memorial
In honor of those who served our country [Honor Roll of Veterans] — Map (db m55992) WM
Kansas (Greenwood County), Lamont — Lamont School1929 • 1966

Former site of the Lamont School In remembrance of school days past

School Building Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works Project No. Kansas 1248-RS — Map (db m80045) HM

Kansas (Greenwood County), Neal — 58 — Greenwood County and the Bluestem Pasture Region of Kansas
This county lies almost wholly within one of the world's great beef cattle feeding grounds, the Bluestem pasture region of Kansas. The area, more popularly known as the Flint Hills, extends across the state from north to south in a narrow oval two . . . — Map (db m55990) HM

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May. 24, 2020