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Brown vs Board Of Education National Historic Site, Topeka, Kansas.


California National Historic Trail, Kansas


Flint Hills National Wildlife Refuge, Hartford, Kansas

Fort Larned National Historic Site, Larned, Kansas - Established in 1859 on the vast prairie in western  near the midpoint of the Santa Fe Trail. Its Indian Agency was also instrumental in maintaining friendly relations with Plains Indians. Today, with nine restored buildings, it is the best preserved Indian wars military post on the Santa Fe Trail. The historic fort is located 6 miles west of Larned, Kansas on Kansas Highway 156. Fort Larned National Historic Site, 1767 Kansas Highway 156, Larned, Kansas  67550-9321, 620-285-6911.

Fort Scott National Historic Site, Fort Scott, Kansas


Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail, Kansas


Monument Rocks National Natural Landmark, Gove County, Kansas

Nicodemus National Historic Site, Nicodemus, Kansas


Oregon National Historic Trail, northeast Kansas


Pony Express National Historic Trail, northeast Kansas


Santa Fe National Historic Trail, Across the entire width of Kansas


Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve - Strong City, Kansas - Once covering 140 million acres of North America, the vast majority of the tall grass prairie was plowed under or developed during the days of westward expansion. Today less than 4% remains, mostly here in the Kansas Flint Hills. The preserve protects a nationally significant remnant of the once vast tall grass prairie and its cultural resources. 2480 Kansas Highway 177, Strong City, Kansas  66869, 620-273-8494.





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