History Lovers, Join us for 'BLEEDING KANSAS', a motor coach tour of sites leading to the CIVIL WAR. JUNE 29 & 30, 2016! Originating in Lincoln, KS, with pick up in Salina, KS; leaving Lincoln 8:30 am, Wednesday, June 29, returning by 7:45 pm, June 30. Guided by Jack Crispin, Lincoln, KS Historian, assisted by Kathie Crispin and Marilyn Helmer. Sponsored by the Lincoln Reenactment Committee of the Lincoln County Historical Society.
VISITING: Ritchie House, Topeka, Underground Railroad Stop
Constitution Hall, Lecompton
Watson Community Museum, Lawrence
Old Depot Museum, Pottawatomie Massacre, Ottawa
John Brown Site, battlefield and sister's cabin, Osawatomie
Mine Creek Battlefield, Pleasanton
DINING: Kanza Cafe, Topeka, McAlister's, Lawrence, Municipal Hall, catered by Chris' Cafe,
Osawatomie, Hays House, Council Grove
LODGING: Lawrence Hotel & Convention Center
COST: $175 per person, paid RESERVATIONS: by June 9, 139 W Lincoln Ave, Lincoln, KS 67455
checks payable to LINCOLN REENACTMENT
INFORMATION: 785 524 5133 firstname.lastname@example.org
GOOD tour, GOOD price, GOOD people, GOOD TIME! Hope you can join us!
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KANSAS, 155 years a state, January 29, 2016!
Abraham Lincoln, our town and county namesake, raised the first flag with the Kansas star at Philadelphia in 1861 on his way to his inauguration in Washington!