Buffalo Soldier | Artist: Eddie Dixon | Year: 1992 | Where: Fort Leavenworth, Kansas Why You Need to See it: Honors the black soldiers of the 9th and 10th Cavalry Regiments who were stationed nearby during the Indian Wars.
The Warkentin House is a house in Newton, Kansas, United States. The home of Bernhard Warkentin and Wilhelmina Eisenmayer Warkentin, it was built between 1886 and 1887. It is listed on the Kansas Register of Historic Places and National Register of Historic Places as a splendid example of the Victorian period in American architecture and furnishings. The Victorian house offers a glimpse into the way the Warkentins lived, with 80 percent of the original furnishings remaining.
Big Brutus - The World's Largest Electronic Shovel
Ruins of El Cuartelejo, the northernmost pueblos constructed by the Taos Indians.
Butterfield Overland Dispatch (BOD) museum in Russell Springs, Kansas.
Fort Scott, one of the frontier forts established along the Kansas/Missouri border.
The people of Leavenworth purchased an old Parker carousel (originally built there) and restored it to its glory.
Birthplace of Amelia Earhart, Atchison, KS.
Kauffman Museum, North Newton
Kaw Point Park, one of Lewis and Clark's first stops on their journey westward, is now a fantastic place in Kansas to catch up on history. Discover more at www.lewisandclarkwyco.com and www.discoveramerica.com
Augusta Historical Society & Historical Museum, Augusta, Kansas - Our Log Cabin
Miner's Hall Museum, Franklin