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Dr Brewster Martin Higley, VI - Folk Figure. Dr. Brewster Higley settled in Kansas in 1871 in a limestone cabin he homesteaded. The blue skies and endless prairie inspired him to write the lyrics to the song "Home On The Range" in 1872. It was published in a Kirwin, Kansas newspaper in 1873. Higley got fiddler Dan Kelley to help him set the poem to music. Their efforts resulted in a song that was an immediate hit.

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Want to sit out the Apocalypse in style? Bad luck - all the $1 million luxury apartments in Kansas's 'Doomsday-proof' block have sold

One of the designs for Larry Hall's Doomsday bunkers, showing how the condos will stretch deep underground and potentially protect the last remnants of humanity

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Vintage Hanover Kansas Newspaper The Hanover Herald June 19 1942

Vintage Hanover, Kansas Newspaper.  Single issue of the The Hanover Herald Newspaper. Issue is dated June One section with eight pages. Contains WWII

Brown County, Kansas Newspaper Articles

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Start of World War II: September 1939-March 1940


Dodge City, Ks. "Kansas has but one Dodge City, with a broad expanse of territory sufficiently vast for an empire; we have only room for one Dodge City; Dodge, a synonym for all that is wild, reckless, and violent; Hell on the Plains." -- A Kansas Newspaper in the 1870's

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Vintage 1951 Linn and Palmer Kansas Newspaper Genealogy Research History June 8

1951 Newspaper, Kansas History, The Linn Palmer Record, Genealogy Research, Vintage Advertisements, Weddings, Deaths, Births by vintagebarrel on Etsy