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Kansas Heritage - Autumn 2003

(Volume 11, Number 3)

Kansas Heritage - Autumn 2003


By Susan S. Novak

During the Great Depression, President Roosevelt promised the country a New Deal. His plan to put people back to work initiated one of America's most ambitious ventures: the WPA.


By Bobbie Athon

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The draft horse carried the weight of Kansas agriculture on his strong, reliable shoulders. Part III of our series on horses follows these "gentle giants" as they labored in the fields of dreams.

The Heritage Explorer

Discovering the beauty of the beast.

History in the Making

Splendor in the tallgrass prairie.

The Wonderful Old. . .

Saluting our historic forts.

Past Snaps

"Please Pass the 'Taters "

Vintage Vignettes

Short stories of yesteryear

About Faces

G. C. Clemens, Topeka's Mark Twain

Presenting the Past

Upcoming historical events

Lasting Impressions

Catch of the Day. Unidentified Kansas boy, Volland, ca. 1910.