“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Edwards County, Kansas

Clickable Map of Edwards County, Kansas and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Edwards County, KS (7) Ford County, KS (52) Hodgeman County, KS (1) Kiowa County, KS (8) Pawnee County, KS (24) Pratt County, KS (30) Stafford County, KS (7)  EdwardsCounty(7) Edwards County (7)  FordCounty(52) Ford County (52)  HodgemanCounty(1) Hodgeman County (1)  KiowaCounty(8) Kiowa County (8)  PawneeCounty(24) Pawnee County (24)  PrattCounty(30) Pratt County (30)  StaffordCounty(7) Stafford County (7)
Kinsley is the county seat for Edwards County
Adjacent to Edwards County, Kansas
      Ford County (52)  
      Hodgeman County (1)  
      Kiowa County (8)  
      Pawnee County (24)  
      Pratt County (30)  
      Stafford County (7)  
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1 Kansas, Edwards County, Ardell — 58 — Santa Fe Trail1822-1872
[title is marker text]Map (db m204592) HM
2 Kansas, Edwards County, Kinsley — 73 — Battle of Coon Creek
A battle between U.S. troops and Plains Indians occurred near this area along the Santa Fe Trail in 1848 and inspired stories and legends for years to come. An army train of 60 wagons was traveling through Comanche and Apache hunting grounds on . . . Map (db m228350) HM
3 Kansas, Edwards County, Kinsley — 60 — Santa Fe Trail1822-1872
[title is marker text]Map (db m213915) HM
4 Kansas, Edwards County, Kinsley — The Edwards County Historical Society
This Church was built in 1884 in Wendel, Kansas. In 1917 the church was moved to Centerview, Kansas and moved to Kinsley, Kansas in September 1967. The church was sold at public auction, bought by L.E. Brown, and later was donated to the Edwards . . . Map (db m55282) HM
5 Kansas, Edwards County, Offerle — Edwards County Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to the Vietnam Veterans of Edwards County August 5, 2000Map (db m213914) WM
6 Kansas, Edwards County, Offerle — 61 — Santa Fe Trail1822-1872
[title is marker text]Map (db m213912) HM
7 Kansas, Edwards County, Offerle — The Dry Route of the Santa Fe Trail
North of this point one mile, the Santa Fe Trail’s Dry Route ran southwest to merge with the Wet Route at the Caches, two miles west of present Dodge City. At a later date, the Dry Route ran one mile south of this point to merge with the Wet Route . . . Map (db m213913) HM
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Dec. 7, 2023