Browse Items (2 total) Tags: E.N. Emmons Browse All Browse by Tag Search Items Sort by: Title Creator Date Added Emmons, Washington County The author uses historic documents and many oral interviews to recall the past of the once thriving town of Emmons, KS Tags: B&M Railroad, blacksmith shop, bricolage, Busy Bee 4H Club, Civil War, E, E.N. Emmons, Edward Green, Emmons, Emmons Cemetary, Emmons Community Club, general store, George W. Roberts, grain elevator, H.G. Bobbitt, Homestead Act, ice house, James Kenesaw Polk Tinney, one-room school, Pacific Railroad Act, post office, Sarah Catherine Tinney, School District no. 2, Sherman Reedy, tornadoes, Zultulba Givens Tinney Hanover, Washington County The author gives a wonderful portrayal of the Hanover, Kansas area. She delves into many aspects surrounding the town and details its settlement using maps, historic documents, and interviews with residents. Tags: 49er, Big Blue River, Bohemian, brick factory, Burlington Railroad, Cottonwood Ranch, E.N. Emmons, Ezra G. Perkins, Father Pitcher, Gerat Hollenberg, German Community, German Immigrants, Germany, goldrush, grain elevator, grasshopper invasion, H, Hanover, Hollenberg Station, Independence Road, Indian Reservation, Jiwere, Jocker's Brewery, Kansa Indians, Kansas Territory, Kaw Indians, Little Blue River, Oak Grove, Otoe-Missouria Indians, Pawnee Indians, Pony Express, Railroad, Rebekah Carnes, St. Joseph & Denver Railroad, St. Joseph Road, Union Pacific Railroad, Washington County Featured Item The Legacy of Metz Farms in Sumner County, Kansas: 1870-2000 This paper details the history of Kansas as it relates to the farms owned by members of the Metz family.