Kansas Historical Civil


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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name County USGS Topo Map
City of Countryside Johnson Shawnee
Hibbard Township Kearny Mattox Draw NE
Pottawatomie Indian Reservation Jackson Soldier Creek SE
Township of Anthony Harper Bluff City West
Township of Belmont Woodson Toronto SE
Township of Blaine Lane Amy
Township of California Coffey Hartford
Township of Cherry Creek Cheyenne Saint Francis SW
Township of Cleveland Lane Dighton SW
Township of Colony Greeley South of Stockholm Cemetery
Township of East Hamilton Ellis Mouth of Wild Horse Creek
Township of Elk Rawlins Herndon NW
Township of Eminence Woodson Rose
Township of Eureka Cheyenne Saint Francis SW
Township of Everett Woodson Yates Center
Township of Fairview Rush La Crosse NW
Township of Harrison Greeley Selkirk SW
Township of Harrison-District 6 Norton Norton NE
Township of Jefferson Atchison Arrington
Township of Kinsley Reno Elmer
Township of Kiowa Rooks East Kiowa Creek North
Township of Martin Kiowa Bucklin NE
Township of Monticello Johnson Olathe
Township of Morton Wallace Horsethief Draw
Township of North Wallace Harris Draw West
Township of North Rich Anderson Bush City
Township of Owl Creek Woodson Yates Center SE
Township of Paxon Pratt Pratt SW
Township of Prairie Wyandotte Wolcott
Township of Ridge Barber Sharon North
Township of Saratoga Pratt Pratt
Township of Seven Mile Riley Fort Riley NE
Township of Shawnee Johnson Shawnee
Township of Shimer Comanche Fancy Canyon
Township of Spring Creek Lane Dighton SE
Township of Union Anderson Garnett SE
Township of Wellsford Kiowa Haviland
Township of West Hamilton Ellis Mouth of Wild Horse Creek
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