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Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Kansas State Historical Society seeks buildings before Statehood

Very interesting article on the Kansas State Historical Society.  In terms of Genelaogy this could be a fun project as well.  Maybe your Kansas ancestors had a hand in building and constructing these buildings or providing supplies or resources for these buildings as well.

Kansas Historical Society seeks structures built before statehood

LAWRENCE | The Kansas Historical Society is asking the public to help identify buildings constructed in 1861 and earlier.
The Lawrence Journal-World reports the project is part of the Historical Society's commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the year Kansas became a state.
Historical Society officials are document such early buildings as part of a larger study of the state's vernacular architecture — a term for construction methods based on locally available resources and traditions.
Buildings can be recommended for the study by calling the Historical Society at 785-272-8681 or sending an email to survey@kshs.org


Read more: http://www.kansascity.com/2011/04/19/2810577/kansas-historical-society-seeks.html#ixzz1Jz9jfNzt

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