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Historical Publications of the Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station

Kansas State University has placed online a fine collection of historical reports, bulletins, and circulars published by their Agricultural Experiment Station since 1888. These publications cover a range of topics typical for a state university agricultural extension department, from technical reports to notice of an egg-laying contest. These should be useful to anyone studying or interested in...

If you don't know about Kansans like Oliver Brown, Elisha Scott, Esther Brown, Clarina Nichols, and Susanna Salter, the Kansapedia site is a great place to start your journey through the state's distinguished past. Created by the Kansas Historical Society, this online encyclopedia of Kansas history allows users to browse the state's past by people, place, theme, and race and ethnicity. First-time...
Kansas Memory

You can travel from Cheyenne County in the northwestern corner of Kansas all the way down to Cherokee County in the southeast with a just couple of clicks on the Kansas Memory site. It's a trip filled with compelling historical artifacts, photographs, and other ephemera, and it's an engaging way to learn about the Sunflower State's history. Created by the Kansas State Historical Society, Kansas...
From the Ground Up

The From the Ground Up initiative is an ongoing collaboration between artists living in Lawrence, Kansas and scientists and teachers from the University of Kansas and the Kansas Geological Survey. The project "seeks to capture the imagination of students of all ages who are interested in the landscape around them and exploring the connections between human history, art, geography, biology and...