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Fort Scott National Historic Site Information

Fort Scott: First to Serve
A Short Guide to the First Kansas (Colored) Volunteer Infantry Regiment. Click here to download information.

Soldier vs. Settler: Railroads in Southeast Kansas (1869-1873)
A flurry of railroad construction in Southeast Kansas brought the military back to Fort Scott one last time from 1869-1873. Click here to download.

Tallgrass Prairie
Not so very long ago, there existed in the mid-region of North America an intricate and fragile ecosystem known as tallgrass prairie, covering over 250 million acres from Canada down to Texas, and stretching from Indiana across the Kansas plains. Click here to download information on this disappearing habitat.


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