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These summer holiday weekends feature talks, tours, demonstrations, and living history programs about Fort Scott’s role in pivotal events of American History in the place... details>>
Enjoy artwork from "The Tree Who Walked Through Time," a children’s picture book written and illustrated by local artists. Lavishly illustrated by 18 Kansas artists, who... details>>
Get inspired! Displays from garden organizations and volunteers will inspire and motivate you to build creative container plantings for your home. Don’t forget to vote for... details>>
Visit the most complete fort surviving from the days when Custer and Buffalo Bill Cody rode through. Original buildings, a visitor center, park rangers and volunteers bring... details>>
George Washington Carver was a teacher, friend, and mentor to many young men and women who faithfully carried on his work. Visitors learn of the treasured relationships Carver... details>>
The Struggles for Freedom on the Missouri/Kansas Border Extraordinary events in the Freedom’s Frontier National Heritage Area (FFNHA) forever changed America. In the nineteenth century, the nation turned its eyes to the Missouri/Kansas border, where peoples with diverse definitions of freedom collided, inciting and fueling the Civil War. The impact of these events is forever woven into the nation’s fabric.
We began as a grassroots effort through the work of people just like you, who were concerned about our landscape and understood that we have an important, nationally significant story to share. Our themes are strong in shaping the frontier, the Missouri/Kansas Border War and the enduring struggle for freedom.
We appreciate your interest in Freedom's Frontier and look forward to your participation. Join us in our efforts in helping to interpret area history that helped shape a nation.
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Partner Meeting Calendar 2016