FFNHA Exhibits

FFNHA's timeline exhibit, Stories from the Western Border, is availble for display at partner sites. Approximately 20' long and 7' high, the exhibit traces events in the heritage area from 1724 to 2015 through the lens of FFNHA's themes. Contact staff for more information.

Other Exhibits

Freedom's Frontier and the Watkins Museum of History offer a selection of traveling exhibits for display at partner sites. Availability is limited and exhibits must be booked in advance.

Exhibit catalogue and booking availability through April 2025:

Currently Available:

  • Fighting for Equality: People with Different Abilities
    Available through April 2025
  • Living Sovereignty: Sustaining Indigenous Autonomy in “Indian Territory” Kansas
    Available through April 2025
  • Not a Straight Path: The Fight for Queer Rights
    Available through April 2025

Available in Future:

  • Demanding a Greater Future: A Centennial of Women's Suffrage
    Available beginning December 2024
  • (NEW!) Hitting the Road: 100 Years on the Victory Highway
    Available beginning January 2025
  • Waging War: The Cost and Currency of the Civil War
    Available beginning April 2025

For inquiries and booking, please contact Andrew Stockmann, Exhibitions Manager at the Watkins Museum.
[email protected]