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The brass fragments shown here came from a single bracelet that was recovered during excavations in 1988 during a joint venture between Kansas Historical Society archeologists, Kansas Anthropological Association volunteers, and the City of Olathe. There are very few hints of the delicate bracelet's former shine. The Mahaffie Farmstead and Stagecoach Stop was the residence and out buildings of James and Lucinda Mahaffie, built in 1858. The farmstead later served as a stagecoach stop on the Santa Fe trail.

Date: 1858-1886

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Brass Bracelet from the Mahaffie Farmstead and Stagecoach Stop, 14JO356 - 1

Item Number: 453509
Call Number: 14JO356-38
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 453509

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