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In 1864, The John Wornall House was a field hospital for Union and Confederate wounded. To commemorate the Battle of Westport sesquicentennial, the museum will have Wornall... details>>
This special exhibit is now on display at the museum through Dec. 13, 2014, when the museum closes for the winter. Museum admission: $3-$5; children under 12 and Friends... details>>
Fall is here and the cooler temperatures are great for hiking. Enjoy a guided hike to see the bison. Don't forget your cameras! Be prepared for a two-mile hike over uneven... details>>
In 1864, The John Wornall House was a field hospital for Union and Confederate wounded. To commemorate the Battle of Westport sesquicentennial, we'll have Wornall family oral... details>>
Reenactment of an 1850s Territorial Kansas town hall political meeting. Members of the Lecompton Reenactors acting troupe will portray some of the famous and not-so-famous Kansans from the turbulent time period known as "Bleeding Kansas." Join Governor Charles Robinson and his wife Sara Robinson, Jim Lane, John Brown, Sr., Clarina Nichols, Sheriff Samuel Jones, Missouri Senator David Atchison, Governor Andrew Reeder, Dr. John Stringfellow and Mahala Doyle.
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