Fancy Creek, Clay County

Title

Fancy Creek, Clay County

Subject

Not So Fancy, Fancy Creek: Clay County, Kansas

Description

Fancy Creek was not a town at all, but a loose collection of settler homesteads in a township originally named Goshen. Goshen Township was first established and settled on March 18th, 1860 by Capt. G. Shaubel and others who came from the town of Goshen, Indiana. The first settlement along Fancy Creek itself was made by a man named Gabriel Spurrier in March of 1860.

Creator

Kevin Cook

Publisher

The Chapman Center for Rural Studies

Date

Fall 2011

Rights

The Chapman Center for Rural Studies

Relation

Kansas State University

Format

pdf

Files

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Citation

Kevin Cook, “Fancy Creek, Clay County,” Chapman Center Research Collections, accessed November 20, 2017, http://ccrsresearchcollections.omeka.net/items/show/62.

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