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Republic County Kansas Historical Markers

 
Belleville Agriculture Marker (Side B) image, Touch for more information
By William Fischer, Jr., April 1, 2012
Belleville Agriculture Marker (Side B)
Kansas (Republic County), Belleville — Belleville Agriculture

Between 1865 and 1900, the landscape of rural Kansas changed dramatically. Settlers rushed into the state and spread from border to border. Veterans of the Union Army and European emigrants started towns such as Belleville. A county . . . — Map (db m79903) HM

Kansas (Republic County), Belleville — The Great Depression & The WPA Belleville Belleville Main Street Walking Tour

After the stock market crash of 1929, millions of Americans lost their jobs and those still working saw their wages reduced. Drought and dust storms in the Great Plains left many farm families in despair. Congress quickly drafted new . . . — Map (db m79902) HM

Kansas (Republic County), Republic — US Flag Raised over Pawnee Republic
Erected by the State of Kansas 1901 To mark the site of the Pawnee Republic where Lieut. Zebulon M. Pike caused the Spanish flag to be lowered and the flag of the United States to be raised September 29, 1806 — Map (db m102928) HM
Kansas (Republic County), Scandia — American Legion Post No. 193 Veterans Memorial
To you who have served this flag so bravely and so well — Map (db m53420) HM
Kansas (Republic County), Scandia — 34 — Country of the Pawnee
Long before white men settled Kansas this region was the home of Pawnee Indians. French traders in the late 1700's named those along this river the Republican Pawnee in the mistaken belief that their form of government was a republic. From them the . . . — Map (db m53412) HM
Kansas (Republic County), Scandia — New Scandinavia 1868 - 1938
New Scandinavia founded by the Scandinavian Agricultural Society 9-15-1868 City of Scandia incorporated 4-1-1879 We dedicate this monument to you our Pioneer Fathers and Mothers The first Colony House was located 200 feetwest of . . . — Map (db m53415) HM

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