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GALENA, Kansas - Pour l'intérêt de traverser une vraie ville fantôme.
Galena se consacra à l'exploitation minière pendant soixante-dix ans.

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Kansas - Galena - Museum

Historical Museum

319 W 7th St
Galena, KS 66739
(620) 783-2192

Open 9AM-3:30PM Monday-Saturday in Summer
Call to confirm times the rest of the year.

Kansas - Galena

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Riverton is a small unincorporated community at the junction of K-66 and Alternate U.S. Route 69 and U.S. Route 400 in Cherokee County, Kansas, United States. It is located near the Spring River and has a population of 600.

It is one of only three towns in Kansas on U.S. Route 66.

The famous Rainbow Bridge,

Riverto bridge

about two miles west of town, was the site where in the year 2000,
musician Brad Paisley

Brda Paisley

performed the song (Get Your Kicks on) Route 66 for the TLC (TV channel) special "Route 66: Main Street America".

Riverton High School was the subject of national news after school officials foiled a plot found on My Space by Coy New, a senior at RHS, to conduct a massive school shooting. The attack was set to take place on April 20th, 2006 on the seventh anniversary of the Columbine High School massacre.

Riverton High School


Baxter Springs

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Downtown Baxter Springs

Baxter Springs is a city situated along the Spring River in the extreme southeastern part of Cherokee County, located in southeast Kansas, in the Central United States.
The population was 4,602 at the 2000 census, and it was estimated to be 4,221 in the year 2006.

It is the most populous city of Cherokee County.

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Painture d'hetnies Cherokkee...

Baxter Springs is the south-west end of the section of Route 66 that passes through Kansas.

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