Atchison County Historical Museum
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Atchison County Historical Museum is dedicated to collecting, preserving, and displaying objects related to Atchison County history. It is housed in the restored Santa Fe Depot building in Atchison, Missouri.
Through its impressive collection of guns, railroad memorabilia and Amelia Earhart's personal effects, the museum throws light on the rich historic past of Atchison county, and the state of Missouri as a whole.
It also has several exhibits related to the Lewis and Clark Expedition and showcases one of three resin models produced of the full-scale Lewis and Clark statue in Case Park in downtown Kansas City, Missouri.
Members of the historical society are provided access to research resources.
ATCHISON COUNTY of Cutler's HISTORY OF KANSAS (Pub. 1883) is made available for worldwide web access in the KANSAS COLLECTION by these EKIS volunteers -- TRANSCRIBER:KATHRYN CONE Acquisition: Copy & Distribution: HTML coding: HTML menu: Bob ...
Atchison County, Part 18
... City, and in November, 1876, was elected State Senator to represent Atchison County. January 1, 1877, he resigned the office of State Senator to accept the appointment of Chief Justice of Kansas, tendered him by Hon. Thomas A. Osborn, the ...