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Tags: "Scenic River Route", A, Ashland, Ashland Bottoms, Ashland Cemetery, Ashland Community Church, Ashland school, Blue Valley Railroad, C.M. Barclay, Davis County, Dempsey Family, Flint Hills, Fox family, Fredrick Schippert, Geary County, Irish Catholic, Jackson Township, James Ryan, Johnson Williams, Junction City, Kansas River, Konza Prairie, M, Manhattan, McDowell Creek, McDowell Creek Road, McDowell Creek Valley, Michael Brannick, Riley County, Sacred Heart Academy, St. Joseph's Church, Toy family, Tully family, Tyler Rudder, William D. Poole
Tags: "Initial Point", "Weat Eighties", A.M. Allredge, automobile, Blake Berryhill, Bonham, Burchen Beeson, C.H. Coonrod, Col. G.E. Stowe, Dick Westwick, Dollie Bonham, dugouts, E.A. Moorhead, E.A. Woodman, frontier town, immigrant trains, Isaiah Bonham, John Deegan, M, Mahaska, Mahaska Leader, Mormon Trail, Oregon Trail, Railroad, Rock Island Railroad, Union Township, Washington County, westward expansion, White Swan, William Newton
Tags: Andrew Garver, Army Corps of Engineers, Asahel Edgerton, automobile, Belvue, Blue River Valley, Center Township, Clay Center, crossroads, District # 28, Fancy Creek, flood, Frank Droll, John Sebring, Linn Byarlay, M, May Day, May Day Springs, Nathaniel Osborne, Ralph Niehenke, Riley County, Solomon Weichselbaum, trade, Tuttle Creek Dam, United Brethern Church, Wesley Chapel, Winkler
This paper details the history of Kansas as it relates to the farms owned by members of the Metz family.