“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Carona, Kansas

Clickable Map of Cherokee 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> Cherokee County, KS (83) Crawford County, KS (66) Labette County, KS (18) Jasper County, MO (56) Newton County, MO (38) Craig County, OK (6) Ottawa County, OK (33)  CherokeeCounty(83) Cherokee County (83)  CrawfordCounty(66) Crawford County (66)  LabetteCounty(18) Labette County (18)  JasperCountyMissouri(56) Jasper County (56)  NewtonCounty(38) Newton County (38)  CraigCountyOklahoma(6) Craig County (6)  OttawaCounty(33) Ottawa County (33)
Columbus is the county seat for Cherokee County
Carona is in Cherokee County
      Cherokee County (83)  
      Crawford County (66)  
      Labette County (18)  
      Jasper County, Missouri (56)  
      Newton County, Missouri (38)  
      Craig County, Oklahoma (6)  
      Ottawa County, Oklahoma (33)  
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1Kansas (Cherokee County), Carona — 1932 Plymouth 0-6-0 Switch Engine
This engine is one of the first internal combustion engines used by the Missouri Pacific Rail Road. It ushered in a new form of motive power that eventually replaced the steam engine. This engine was last used at the Mackie-Clemens Mine #22 in . . . Map (db m34696) HM
2Kansas (Cherokee County), Carona — Missouri Pacific Wooden Frame Depot
This wooden frame depot is typical of most small town stations of this era. The depot and water tower was originally built in the 1880s and was located about ¼ mile south. The depot was torn down and moved in 1941. Due to the shortages caused by . . . Map (db m34676) HM
3Kansas (Cherokee County), Carona — Southern Pacific Bay Window Caboose
This Caboose was used by the Southern Pacific Railroad. Train crews lived in the caboose as the train traveled across the country. The bay window style allowed the crew to watch the train for any problems while riding. This caboose is on loan to . . . Map (db m34710) HM
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Dec. 7, 2022