John Brown Memorial Park

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The twenty acre John Brown Memorial Park is a National Historic Site donated to the State of Kansas by the Womens Relief Corps...

Soldier’s Monument

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The Soldiers Monument was dedicated August 30, 1877, and was erected to honor the five men killed in the battle of Osawatomie, August 30,...
Creamery Bridge

Creamery Bridge

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The Creamery Bridge which spans the Marais des Cygnes River at Eighth Street is one of two Marsh Arch triple span bridges located at...

Pottawatomie Creek Bridge

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The Pottawatomie Creek Bridge which spans Pottawatomie Creek at Sixth Street is one of two Marsh Arch triple span bridges located at Osawatomie. The...

First Land Office

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This land office building was built in 1854 and was used by the first mayor of Osawatomie, H. B. Smith, and his brother who...

Osawatomie History Museum

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Exhibits include The Railroad, Oswatomie State Hospital, pre-Civil War, Rural Culture, and the Social History of Osawatomie.Special rotating exhibits present Black History Month in...

Old Stone Church

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One of the first churches in Kansas, this church was built by a Congregationalist group and is typical of the church structures built during...

Republican Party in Kansas

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It was on May 18, 1859, that the Republican Party was organized in Kansas by Horace Greeley at the Osage Valley Hotel which stood...

The Jayhawk

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The legend of the Jayhawk States that: "Early one autumn morning in 1856, Pat Devilin, a Free-State Irishman, rode into Osawatomie with his saddle...
The Mills House

The Mills House

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William M. Mills, an oilman from Pennsylvania, drilled over 400 oil and gas wells in his lifetime. He drilled the Norman #1 well in...