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A Portfolio of Mormon Trail Engravings

A Portfolio of Mormon Trail Engravings
Date: 1874
A pamphlet of Mormon Trail engravings by Frederick Hawkins Piercy and Thomas Moran. The engravings offer a glimpse of what travelers saw along the Mormon Trail.


Point of Rocks-Middle Spring Historic District

Point of Rocks-Middle Spring Historic District
Creator: Kansas State Historical Society. Historic Preservation Office
Date: 2011-2012
The Point of Rocks-Middle Spring Historic District is located in Elkhart, Morton County, Kansas. Point of Rocks served as a navigational aid that directed travelers on the Santa Fe Trail to and from Middle Spring between 1822 and 1872. The Daughter of the American Revolution marker was set here in 1914, and the district was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2013.


Pond Creek Stage Station, Wallace County, Kansas

Pond Creek Stage Station, Wallace County, Kansas
Date: Between 1960 and 1970
Here are six views of the old Pond Creek Stage Station near Wallace in Wallace County, Kansas. The building was removed to the ranch of Thomas Madigan northwest of Wallace and was still standing in 1952. Today the restored station may be visited at Fort Wallace Memorial Park, one-half mile from the building's original site.


Santa Fe Trail

Santa Fe Trail
Creator: Gundlach, Max E.H. [1863- ?]
Date: Between 1880 and 1920
This photograph, from a painting by Max E.H. Gundlach, shows a caravan of covered wagons traveling along the Santa Fe Trail. This trail opened as a commerce and military highway in 1821 when William Becknell lead the first expedition from Franklin, Missouri to Santa Fe, New Mexico. The route crosses through Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Colorado and New Mexico. This painting appeared on the 1946 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company calendar.


Santa Fe Trail

Santa Fe Trail
Creator: Cassidy, Gerald, [1879-1934]
Date: Between 1900 and 1920
This photograph of a painting by Gerald Cassidy, shows travelers reaching the end of the Santa Fe Trail at the plaza in Old Santa Fe New Mexico. This painting also appeared on the 1940 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company calendar. The Santa Fe Trail opened as a commerce and military highway in 1821, when William Becknell led the first expedition from Franklin, Missouri to Santa Fe, Mexico.


Santa Fe Trail - Cimarron National Grassland Segment 1

Santa Fe Trail - Cimarron National Grassland Segment 1
Creator: Kansas State Historical Society. Historic Preservation Office
Date: June 21, 2012
The Santa Fe Trail - Cimarron National Grassland Segment 1 is located near Elkhart in Morton County, Kansas. This particular segment includes trail swales and a commemorative marker erected in 1914 by the Daughters of the American Revolution. Travel over this portion of the trail began in 1822 and ended in 1868 with the arrival of the railroad at the short-lived town of Sheridan, Kansas. This segment was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2013.


Santa Fe Trail - Cimarron National Grassland Segment 2

Santa Fe Trail - Cimarron National Grassland Segment 2
Creator: Kansas State Historical Society. Historic Preservation Office
Date: June 21, 2012
The Santa Fe Trail - Cimarron National Grassland Segment 2 is located near Richfield, Morton County, Kansas. Travel over this portion of the trail began in 1822 and ended in 1868 with the arrival of the railroad at the short-lived town of Sheridan, Kansas. This particular 24-acre segment includes a single trail swale. It was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2013.


Santa Fe Trail - Cimarron National Grassland Segment 3

Santa Fe Trail - Cimarron National Grassland Segment 3
Creator: Kansas State Historical Society. Historic Preservation Office
Date: October 14, 2011
The Santa Fe Trail - Cimarron National Grassland Segment 3 is located near Elkhart, Morton County, Kansas. Travel over this portion of the trail began in 1822 and ended in 1868 with the arrival of the railroad at the short-lived town of Sheridan, Kansas. This particular segment includes trail swales. It was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2013.


Santa Fe Trail - Cimarron National Grassland Segment 4

Santa Fe Trail - Cimarron National Grassland Segment 4
Creator: Kansas State Historical Society. Historic Preservation Office
Date: October 14, 2011
The Santa Fe Trail - Cimarron National Grassland Segment 4 is located near Elkhart, Morton County, Kansas. Travel over this portion of the trail began in 1822 and ended in 1868 with the arrival of the railroad at the short-lived town of Sheridan, Kansas. This particular nominated segment includes trail swales. It was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2013.


Santa Fe Trail - Cimarron National Grassland Segment 5

Santa Fe Trail - Cimarron National Grassland Segment 5
Creator: Kansas State Historical Society. Historic Preservation Office
Date: October 14, 2011
The Santa Fe Trail - Cimarron National Grassland Segment 5 is located near Elkhart, Morton County, Kansas. Travel over this portion of the trail began in 1822 and ended with the arrival of the railroad at the short-lived town of Sheridan, Kansas in 1868. This particular segment includes trail swales and a commemorative marker erected in 1914 by the Daughters of the American Revolution. It was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2013.


Santa Fe Trail centennial, Council Grove, Kansas

Santa Fe Trail centennial, Council Grove, Kansas
Creator: Claiborne, Photo, Osawatomie, KS
Date: 1925
This sepia colored photograph shows the re-enactment signing between the Osage Indians and representatives of the U.S. Government establishing the right away for the Santa Fe Trail in Council, Grove, Kansas. The group are gathered in front of the Council Oak the original site of the August 10, 1825 signing.


Santa Fe Trail marker, Baldwin, Kansas

Santa Fe Trail marker, Baldwin, Kansas
Date: 1907
This photograph from the book, "Marking the Santa Fe Trail", shows the granite marker in Baldwin, Kansas. The stone was placed one- half mile north of the city of Baldwin. The Ottawa and Lawrence chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution erected the monument to honor the pioneers and soldiers who lost their lives along the Santa Fe Trail.


Santa Fe Trail marker, Dodge City, Kansas

Santa Fe Trail marker, Dodge City, Kansas
Date: Between 1906 and 1907
This photograph from the book, "Marking the Santa Fe Trail", shows a group of men standing beside the granite monument erected by the Daughters of the American Revolution and the state of Kansas in Dodge City, Kansas. The individuals in the front row have been identified as: Charley Good, John Riney, A.J. Anthony, Brick Bond, Sam Gallagher, Mayor H.B. Bell, R. M. Wright.


Santa Fe Trail marker, Lost Springs, Kansas

Santa Fe Trail marker, Lost Springs, Kansas
Date: 1908
This photograph from the book, " Marking the Santa Fe Trail", shows the granite marker in Lost Springs, Kansas. The red granite stone with its special bronze table design was placed in the city park at a cost of $112.00. The Eunice Sterling chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, from Wichita, Kansas, erected the monument to honor the pioneers and soldiers who lost their lives along the trail.


Santa Fe Trail monument, Dodge City, Kansas

Santa Fe Trail monument, Dodge City, Kansas
Date: Between 1906 and 1907
This postcard shows the Santa Fe Trail monument erected by the Daughters of the American Revolution and the state of Kansas in Dodge City, Kansas.


Santa Fe Trail ruts

Santa Fe Trail ruts
Date: Between 1920s and 1930s
This photograph shows Santa Fe Trail ruts, possibly located west of Dodge City, Kansas. The trail opened as a commerce and military highway in 1821, when William Becknell lead the first expedition from Franklin, Missouri to Santa Fe, New Mexico. The route crossed through Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Colorado and New Mexico.


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