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Kansas Heritage - Winter 2004

(Volume 12, Number 4)

Kansas Heritage, Winter 2004

The Cost of Conscience -Henry's Story-

By Sara J. Keckeisen

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Dedicated to religious beliefs that opposed war and killing, young Mennonite draftees during World War I faced an onslaught of ridicule, abuse, and threats of death if they did not join the ranks of soldiers and fight for the American cause.

Come Back to the Five & Dime

By David A. Haury

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"A little of everything"-that was the motto of Duckwall's, the Kansas-born five and dime store that for more than one hundred years has offered its customers good products and good service.

The Heritage Explorer

Solely singular, unparalleled and unmatched, each museum offers us A Unique Peek

Kansas Naturally

Long before man made his appearance, the southeast portion of our state started out By the Sea

The Wonderful Old . . .


Past Snaps

"Two Bits"

Vintage Vignettes

Short stories of yesteryear

About Faces

Actress, writer, crusader Marcet Haldeman-Julius

Presenting the Past

Upcoming historical events

Lasting Impressions

"all I want for christmas. "