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Join us each "Final Friday" as we invite the public to enjoy a few hours of period music, entertainers, speakers, and exhibits on display. Freedom's Frontier will be hosting... details>>
Learn how Clay & Ray County Archives, Museums, & Historic Sites can help educators integrate history based learning to address the Common Core. This is a chance to check out &... details>>
Head on down to Ottawa, KS for Second Sundays! FREE admission to the Old Depot Museum and the Dietrich Cabin.
Walk through an amazing old stone Depot built in 1888. You... details>>
Before the Civil War, when Kansas was a western territory, Lawrence residents built mud forts to use in case of raids by pro-slavery guerrillas. Ages 8-12 can learn about this... details>>
This year’s symposium examines the history and legacy of the American Civil Rights movement. At 9 a.m. Tufts University’s Leslie Brown examines the early years of civil rights activism. At 10 a.m. the University of South Carolina’s Patricia Sullivan explores the pivotal year 1963 and the March on Washington. A Kansas City Civil Rights Roundtable convenes at 11:30 a.m., and a panel discussion begins at 12:30 p.m.
Symposium workshops are ideal for teachers in grades K-12. Public is welcome.
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