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Kincaid, Anderson County

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Kincaid, in Rich Township, Anderson County, Kansas had less than 200 people as of the 2010 U.S. Census. Once a year this number does a 100-fold increase because of the town’s annual “World’s Fair.”

Mont Ida, Anderson County

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This study illustrates the instant town of Mont Ida, Washington Township, in Anderson County and its establishment of the Missouri Pacific railroad, peaceful people, and local support that thrived until the decline of trains and neighboring…

Colony, Anderson County
Originally called Divide, the town of Colony began as a tavern and later a depot on the Leavenworth, Lawrence, and Galveston railroad. In the early twentieth century, it was known as the "Hay Capital of the World."

St. Boniface, Scipio, Anderson County

St. Boniface Parish
This is a study of the origins of St. Boniface Parish. The author takes you from the early beginnings founded by Jesuit missionaries as a territorial Catholic church serving displaced native Americans to a 600 acre subsistence farm and monastery run…