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Historical Markers in Beaumont, Kansas

 
Clickable Map of Butler County, Kansas and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Butler County, KS (31) Chase County, KS (21) Cowley County, KS (8) Elk County, KS (7) Greenwood County, KS (6) Harvey County, KS (29) Marion County, KS (31) Sedgwick County, KS (129) Sumner County, KS (26)  ButlerCounty(31) Butler County (31)  ChaseCounty(21) Chase County (21)  CowleyCounty(8) Cowley County (8)  ElkCounty(7) Elk County (7)  GreenwoodCounty(6) Greenwood County (6)  HarveyCounty(29) Harvey County (29)  MarionCounty(31) Marion County (31)  SedgwickCounty(129) Sedgwick County (129)  SumnerCounty(26) Sumner County (26)
El Dorado is the county seat for Butler County
Beaumont is in Butler County
      Butler County (31)  
ADJACENT TO BUTLER COUNTY
      Chase County (21)  
      Cowley County (8)  
      Elk County (7)  
      Greenwood County (6)  
      Harvey County (29)  
      Marion County (31)  
      Sedgwick County (129)  
      Sumner County (26)  
 
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1Kansas (Butler County), Beaumont — 1885 Frisco Water Tower
The 1885 Frisco Wooden Water Tower was built to service the steam locomotives, supply water for feeding stationary boilers, washing cars, and floors, cleaning out boilers, cooling ashes, fire protection, and similar purposes, at shops, engine . . . Map (db m60686) HM
2Kansas (Butler County), Beaumont — Beaumont Becomes a Railroad TownBeaumont Historical Marker
In 1879, Beaumont was established as a railroad town. It became one of the most important shipping points in the Flint Hills. Beaumont sat atop the divide that separated Otter Creek and Little Walnut Creek. Westbound trains from Piedmont had nearly . . . Map (db m60684) HM
3Kansas (Butler County), Beaumont — Livestock in the Flint HillsBeaumont Historical Marker
The Flint Hills of Kansas are the last remnant of the great Tallgrass Prairie that once stretched from Texas to the Great Lakes. The calcium rich soil of the Flint Hills is renowned for its capacity to quickly fatten cattle in the spring. Beaumont, . . . Map (db m60721) HM
4Kansas (Butler County), Beaumont — The Beaumont Grass Landing StripBeaumont Historical Marker
Local lore has it that in 1948 a Wichita businessman wanted to fly into Beaumont to check on his cattle. He asked the hotel if they would block the road for his landing. Since having a plane land in Beaumont was exciting, the residents agreed. . . . Map (db m60717) HM
5Kansas (Butler County), Beaumont — The Frisco PondsBeaumont Historical Marker
These Frisco Ponds were developed in 1885 along with the now historic wooden water tower. The water was used to fuel the steam locomotives traveling west bound on the Frisco Line that had used all their water pulling the steep grade from Piedmont, . . . Map (db m60735) HM
6Kansas (Butler County), Beaumont — The Historic Beaumont Hotel / The Beaumont Hotel RestorationBeaumont Historical Marker
The Historic Beaumont Hotel (Side A) The Historic Beaumont Hotel was built in 1879 by Edwin Russell. In 1885 the hotel was purchased by the Durham Cattle Company; in 1895 Durham sold the hotel to Reed Church. In 1910, when Charles Church . . . Map (db m60623) HM
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Oct. 4, 2022