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Kansas Heritage - Autumn 2005

(Volume 13, Number 3)

Kansas Heritage, Autumn 2005

Comes a Horseman -The Competitors-

By Bobbie Athon

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Stamina and speed, elegance and obedience-all qualities of a true winner. Part V of our series on horses follows the top-of-the-line equines as they compete in the show ring and on the track.

Haunted History

By Susan S. Novak

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Good eeevening and velcome to the darker side of Kansas history. "Gruesome ghouls and grisly ghosts, Wretched souls and cursed hosts" await. Come with us . . . if you dare!

100 Years Ago

A new beginning . . . and a farewell.

Kansas, Naturally

History on ice.

The Wonderful Old . . .

Sentinels on the prairie.

About Faces

Leading the Harlem Renaissance

Past Snaps

"The Most American Thing"

Vintage Vignettes

Short stories of yesteryear

Presenting the Past

Upcoming historical events

Lasting Impressions

THREE LADIES AND A PLOW. Ester, Ann, and Ella (last names unknown) pose in a Barton County wheatfield, 1916.