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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Franklin, Kansas
Location of Franklin, Kansas
► Crawford County (66) ► Bourbon County (55) ► Cherokee County (83) ► Labette County (18) ► Neosho County (25) ► Barton County, Missouri (7) ► Jasper County, Missouri (55) ► Vernon County, Missouri (22)
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Moved to present location
September 12, 2012
Designed for applications that require blasts of air for long distances. Used in coal mining industry to force fresh air into the shafts. — — Map (db m72361) HM|
|Established in Franklin from 1915-2004. Bell installed at this location November, 2005 — — Map (db m72351) HM|
Moved from Chicopee to present location
July 19, 2012
The hoist had cables on the drum that were used to raise and lower coal cars from the mine, Circa Late 1800s-Early 1900s — — Map (db m72362) HM|
Used in strip-mining operations to remove the overburden of soil from coal seams.
Owned by Wilkinson Coal Company
Donated by Wendell & Lynda Wilkinson
Dedicated January 13, 2013 — — Map (db m72353) HM|
Franklin Sidewalk placed on National Historic Register March 16, 2007. — — Map (db m36883) HM|
| Constructed by John Nepote with help of Ray Hamblin, Melvin Patrick and a host of friends and volunteers. Historic artifacts (Angels and Sacred Heart) are from St. Philip Neri Catholic Church which was located in Franklin from 1915-2004. The . . . — — Map (db m36834) HM|
On this site stood the original
Franklin Grade School and Playground
This bench is made from a marble
window ledge from the 2 story brick
Franklin School House — — Map (db m36761) HM|
Originally there were 3 school buildings in the community. This bell sat atop the large two story, eight room brick building that was originally the high school and later became the grade school. The schools were in operation from . . . — — Map (db m36742) HM|
|Constructed in 1936 with federal funding assistance, the Franklin Sidewalk connects two rural mining communities in Crawford County - Franklin and Arma. The 3' wide sidewalk stretches 1.7 miles. It has become well known as the "longest sidewalk . . . — — Map (db m72352) HM|
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| owned and operated the Pritchett Insurance and Real Estate Agency in Pittsburg, Ks. for more than 50 years.
This park is one of the results of a trust they established with a mission to improve the quality of life in Pittsburg and Crawford . . . — — Map (db m36831) HM|