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- Tags: Alta Vista
Tags: Alexander Gardner, Alta Vista, Brandon G. Williams, Civil War, Clay County, Clifton, Col. John C. Fremont, Daguerreotype, Frederick Winslow Taylor, G.E. McColm, George Eastman, Glass plate photography, H.G. Zimmerman & Co., J. Bowers Postcard Co., J.J. Pennell, John W. Luebs, Junction City, Luebs Camera Collection, M.L. Zercher Book and Stationary Co., Mather Brady, Merrill J. Barnhard, Otto Kratzer, Photography, S.N. Carvalho, Viola McColm, Washington County
Tags: African-Americans, Alma, Alta Vista, C.K.&N. Railroad, Cattle, Civil War, Emmalee Laidacker, German Immigrants, Great Depression, John William Kratzer, K-10 Highway, Lutheran, Mexico, Mill Creek, Otto Kratzer, Rock Island railroad company, Templin, Volland, Volland store, Wabaunsee County, Washington Township, World War II
Tags: African American, African American Farmers, African American history, African Americans, African-American, African-Americans, Alma, Alta Vista, automobile, Bat Nelson, black Exodusters, Bradford, Charles C. Gardner, district # 27, Dragoon Creek, Eskridge, Ferdinand Trowbridge, Flint Hills, George Ford, Harveyville, Kansa Indians, Kansas, KKK, Ku Klux Klan, Lynching, Lynchings, MAB Railway, Plumb Township, Race, race relations, Racism, Santa Fe Trail, Wabaunsee, Wabaunsee Co., Wabaunsee County, Wilmington, Wilmington Township
Tags: African American Farmers, Alma, Alma Enterprise, Alta Vista, blacksmith, Chalk, Chalk Mound, Chalk Mound School, Civil War, Council Grove, Ed Cooper, Eskridge, Exodusters, Exonville, Flint Hills, George Vanatta, Great Depression, John Crisp, K-4 Road, Lower Chalk, Michael Spachek, Rock Creek, Santa Fe Trail, Union Army, Upper Chalk, Wabaunsee County, Workman's Public Assistance, World War Two
Tags: Alta Vista, Alta Vista Journal, Arizona Cowboy, Bob Smith, Cable City, Francis Ford, general store, Grace Cunard, Janice Swallow, magician, meat market, Pearl Opera House, Pearl Theater, Rachel Thomas, Rachel Tucker, Rock Island Railroad, The Adventures of Peg O’ The Ring, The Broken Coin, Union Thomas, Victor Lee, Wabaunsee County
Murdock, Kansas, started out as New Murdock in 1884 and underwent a name change in 1910. Today Murdock is a quiet community of about 375 residents.