“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 Grant County, Kansas

Clickable Map of Grant 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> Grant County, KS (7) Finney County, KS (17) Hamilton County, KS (3) Haskell County, KS (1) Kearny County, KS (9) Stanton County, KS (7) Stevens County, KS (1)  GrantCounty(7) Grant County (7)  FinneyCounty(17) Finney County (17)  HamiltonCounty(3) Hamilton County (3)  HaskellCounty(1) Haskell County (1)  KearnyCounty(9) Kearny County (9)  StantonCounty(7) Stanton County (7)  StevensCounty(1) Stevens County (1)
Ulysses is the county seat for Grant County
Adjacent to Grant County, Kansas
      Finney County (17)  
      Hamilton County (3)  
      Haskell County (1)  
      Kearny County (9)  
      Stanton County (7)  
      Stevens County (1)  
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1 Kansas, Grant County, Hugoton — Jedediah Strong Smith
In commemoration of Jedediah Strong Smith 1798-1831 A great plainsman who was killed near this spot by Comanche IndiansMap (db m213740) HM
2 Kansas, Grant County, Hugoton — The Mormon Battalion at Cimarron Springs (Wagon Bed Springs)
On 19 September 1846, the more than 500 men and officers of the Mormon Battalion arrived here. These Mormons (members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) had volunteered to fight in the war with Mexico, enlisting at Council . . . Map (db m175836) HM
3 Kansas, Grant County, Hugoton — 83 — Wagon Bed Springs
About two miles west were the Lower Springs of the Cimarron River, known today as Wagon Bed Springs. For early-day travelers on the famous Santa Fe Trail, the springs were an “oasis” in dry weather. Several shortcuts of the trail converged here, . . . Map (db m213735) HM
4 Kansas, Grant County, Ulysses — Dan C. Sullivan1885 - 1964
First White Child Born in Grant County Rancher • Grainman • Oilman Legislator • Community Leader Philanthropist Resided 78 Years in Grant County Mother first woman resident Father homesteaded and ranched in 1879 in Grant . . . Map (db m65697) HM
5 Kansas, Grant County, Ulysses — Grant County Shop (Adobe) Building
. . . Map (db m65724) HM
6 Kansas, Grant County, Ulysses — Veterans Memorial
In honor of all Grant County ServicemenMap (db m65726) WM
7 Kansas, Grant County, Ulysses — Veterans MemorialAll gave some, Some gave all
Dedicated to All American VeteransMap (db m65728) WM
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Dec. 7, 2023