Tucked into the Flint Hills on the edge of Dexter, Kansas, is a rather unassuming metal building, open every day of the week. This is Henry’s Candy, conveniently located on K-15.
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Wagon Wheels is a child-friendly account of pioneer life in Nicodemus based on a true story.
The end of the cattle drive era was brought about by cattle that better met the needs of the market, plus a rail network that connected ranches with population centers.
To the emigrants of 1845, there was a very simple reason to avoid Kansas, despite its charms, and press on through the perils and difficulties of the trail to Oregon.
The year was 1845. More wagons were clustered around jumping-off points such as St. Joseph and Independence, Missouri, than ever before.
Dyche's taxidermy collection was shipped off to represent Kansas at the Chicago World's Fair of 1893. Surprisingly, this move met with a great deal of resistance.