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Place Name County Place Type Post Office Dates More Information
Eads Lyon Lost Town 1878-1884
Eagle Pottawatomie Lost Town
Eagle Bend Clay Lost Town
Eagle City Madison Lost Town
Eagle Creek Lyon Lost Town 1870-1873
Eagle Creek Rooks Lost Town
Eagle Rapids Smith Lost Town
Eagle Springs Doniphan Lost Town
Eagle Tail Wallace Name Change Now Sharon Springs.
Earnest Rooks Lost Town
Easdale Ellis Lost Town 1878-1887 The post office moved to Pfeifer in 1887. Located in the southeast part of Ellis County.
East Haddam Washington Name Change Now Haddam
East Norway Doniphan Lost Town
East Wolf Russell Lost Town
Eastwood Bourbon Lost Town
Eaton Logan Lost Town
Eaton Ottawa Lost Town
Eaton Riley Lost Town
Eclipse Coffey Lost Town
Economy Rush Lost Town P. O. 1861; abandoned 1862.
Eden Atchison Lost Town None
Eden Sumner Lost Town
Eden Prairie McPherson Lost Town
Edison Crawford Lost Town None Edison was a mining town. There are currently a few houses in the area.
Edith Logan Lost Town 1888-1933  A post office opened in March 1888 on Twin Butte Creek about 12 miles southeast of Russell Springs.
Edgecomb Butler Lost Town Discontinued 1882.
Edonia Allen Lost Town
Edwards County Edwards Current County NA Formed from Kiowa County in 1874. Kinsley is the county seat.
Edwin Crawford Name Change Now Litchfield.
Edwin Stanton Lost Town 1886-1905
Elba Anderson Lost Town The Town company was organized on January 23, 1858; abandoned soon after.
Elbon Russell Name Change The name changed to Lucas, 1903.
Elco Lyon Lost Town 1885-1903 Elco was a small settlement in the southwestern corner of the county, eight miles from Olpe
Eldon Cherokee Lost Town 1898-1901 Located about eight miles southeast of Columbus and three miles north of Galena.
Eldon Pottawatomie Lost Town P. O. 1859.
Eldora Bourbon Name Change The name changed to Mapleton in 1857.
Eldred Barber Lost Town
Eldridge Sedgwick Lost Town
Elen Osage Lost Town
Elgo Republic Name Change Now Norway
Eli Stanton Lost Town
Elinor Chase Lost Town
Elivon McPherson Lost Town
Elizabeth Marshall Lost Town
Elizabeth Wallace Lost Town
Elizabethtown Anderson Lost Town Established 1859. Vacated 1899.
Elizabethtown Johnson Lost Town Established 1858.
Elizabethtown Leavenworth Lost Place Established in 1845 on the Missouri River about a mile north of present Amazonia, Missouri. A store and warehouse were operated by E.H. Perry & Young about 1850.
Elk City Jackson Lost Town
Elk County Elk Current County NA Formed from Howard County in 1875. Howard is the county seat.
Elk Creek Cloud Name Change Now Clyde.
Elk Creek Osage Lost Town
Elkhorn Ellsworth Lost Town 1898-1920 A small hamlet situated on Elkhorn Creek, about 12 miles northeast of Ellsworth. In 1910 the population was 25.
Elk Horn Lincoln Lost Town
Elk River Elk Lost Town
Elkader/Keystone/Ben Allen Logan Lost Town 1887-1900
1905-1948
It was located in the Smoky Hill Valley, 20 miles due south of Oakley.
Elkado Logan Lost Town
Elkhart McPherson Lost Town
Elkhorn Ellsworth Lost Town 1898-1920 A small hamlet situated on Elkhorn Creek, about 12 miles northeast of Ellsworth. In 1910 the population was 25.
Ellis County Ellis Current County NA Created from unorganized area in 1867. Hays is the county seat.
Ellis’ Ferry 1839 Leavenworth Lost Place On the Missouri River 3.5 miles above Weston, Missouri, opposite Kickapoo. Isaac M. C. Ellis, proprietor.
Ellsworth County Ellsworth Current County NA Created in 1867 from unorganized area. Ellsworth is the county seat.
Elm Allen Lost Town
Elm Creek Cloud Lost Town
Elm Creek – See Alum Creek Ellsworth Lost Town
Elm Creek Marshall Lost Town
Elm Grove, Round Grove Campground Johnson Lost Town Station on Santa Fe Trail, 30 miles from Westport, Missouri. Campground was established in 1835. Sibley called it Caravan Grove in 1827. It was at the Cedar Creek crossing of the Santa Fe Trail about one mile west of the intersection of US56 & K7, southwest of Olathe. A DAR marker is at the site. A Shawnee Indian named John Ham provided meals and shelter to travelers in 1855.
Elm Grove Rooks Lost Town
Elm Grove Washington Lost Town
Elm Valley Rush Lost Town Established 1879.
Elma Republic Lost Town
Elmandaro Greenwood Lost Town
Elmendaro Lyon Lost Town 1860-1870 Also spelled Elmandaro.
Elmira Mitchell Lost Town
El Paso Sedgwick Name Change Name changed to Derby.
Elrick Graham Lost Town
Elsinore Allen Name Change Now Elsmore.
Elston Labette Lost Town
Emerald Anderson Lost Town
Emerson Franklin Name Change Name changed to Avondale.
Emley City Osborne Lost Town  1872 Established 1872.
Emmeram/Norddorf Ellis Lost Town 1903-1904 Named after the famous church builder, Father Emmeram Kausler, the community consisted of the Sacred Heart Church and two schools. Though a town plot was filed in 1902, the town never materialized. Post office name Emmeram.
Empire McPherson Lost Town
Empire City Cherokee Extinct Town 1877-1886
1887-1913
Absorbed into Galena. There are several buildings left in the neighborhood today.
Emville Phillips Lost Town
Englevale/Calvin Crawford Lost Town 1891-1954 Originally named Calvin. The town was a stop on the Missouri Pacific Railroad.
Enne Rawlins Lost Town
Ennisville Montgomery Lost Town One mile south of Caney.
Equity Anderson Lost Town
Erin Washington Lost Town
Errick’s Ferry Riley Lost Place Established in 1860 on the Kansas River at Manhattan. John Errick, Proprietor. In 1857 the ferry at this location was supplied by bringing the Pittsburg Ferry boat downstream to the mouth of the Big Blue River. By 1864, James Woodward was the owner and made substantial improvements, including landing ramps on each bank.
Essex Finney Lost Town Vacated 1893.
Essex Shawnee Lost Town
Etzanoa Cowley Lost Town Etzanoa is a historical city of the Wichita people, located in present-day Arkansas City, Kansas, near the Arkansas River, that flourished between 1450 and 1700.
Eugene Ford Lost Town 1886-1887
Eugene Shawnee Lost Town Calhoun. Now North Topeka.
Eujatah Ford Lost Town Eujatah was an Indian village on the Arkansas River at the end of a government road to Fort Atkinson in 1855.
Eunice Kingman Lost Town
Eureka Osage Lost Town East of Burlingame.
Eureka Ferry Wyandotte Lost Place Established in about 1856 on the Kansas River. Aaron W. Merrill & Abelard Guthrie, Proprietors.
Eustis Sherman Lost Town Absorbed by Goodland, 1888.
Evanston Leavenworth Lost Town 1898-1902 Located in the western portion of the county on Stranger Creek five miles north of Jarbalo.
Evansville Comanche Lost Town
Evansville Doniphan Lost Town
Eve Bourbon Lost Town
Everett Woodson Lost Town
Everton Brown Name Change. Name changed to Everest.
Ewell Sumner Lost Town
Ewing Lyon Lost Town 1883-1887
Example Haskell Lost Town Vacated 1893.
Excelsior Douglas Name Change Later Lawrence.
Excelsior Mitchell Lost Town
Exonville – See Chalk Wabaunsee Lost Town
Express City Linn Lost Town A stage station between Osawatomie and Paris.

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