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Lucile Bluford played a key role in the elimination of the country's "separate but equal" doctrine. Though losing a legal battle for admission to MU's graduate program in... details>>
"Railroad Empire Across the Heartland: Rephotographing Alexander Gardner's 1867 Westward Journey Through Kansas" by John Charlton, photographer, Kansas Geological Survey.... details>>
Open House Social featuring interesting things found at the museum. details>>
Host: Clenece Hills
Guests: Dee Miller, author of Just Following Orders, Escape from Guerilla Warfare in 1863 – about Order #11, and
Steve Nowak, executive... details>>
Freedom's Frontier 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 about the struggle over freedom on the frontier, a struggle that shaped our nation's history, a struggle that remains relevant even today.
Freedom's Frontier is at an exciting stage of development! Partners are planning for and implementing the recommendations in the management plan. Stakeholders like you have an opportunity to get involved and shape these actions to help residents and visitors realize that this place is a special one---one that is worth preserving, living in, and traveling to.
2014 Year In Review
We appreciate your interest and involvement in Freedom's Frontier and look forward to your participation. Join us in our efforts by signing a partner pledge and returning it to the Freedom's Frontier office.
Join us for our next meeting in Lee's Summit, MO on March 12 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Agenda will be posted just prior to meeting date. Click here to pre-pay electronically for your lunch through PayPal. Lunch is $11 per person.
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