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A View from Space, a new, highly interactive, hands-on science exhibit, will allow visitors to see the world from a satellite's perspective. This exhibit will run from... details>>
How People Make Things tells the story of how everyday items are manufactured and brings to life the people, ideas and technology that transforms raw materials into finished... details>>
Brown bag luncheon and book signing with Ian Michail Spurgeon, the author of a recent publication about the First Kansas Colored Infantry, which was the first African American... details>>
An open forum where educators and activists will dialogue about race, justice, and struggles in the 21st Century. 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
January 14 - Alexander Majors Barn: KC,MO March 10 - Woodneath Library: KC, MOMay 12 - Geary County Historical Society Museum: Junction City, KS July 14 - Humboldt, KS September 8 - Lexington, MONovember 10 - Johnson County KS Library: Overland Park, KS