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Historic Sites in Dodge City, KS

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Boot Hill Museum

Dodge City, KS

A project of Boot Hill Museum and was developed to preserve and honor the life of the Kansas cowboy. The five ind...


Fort Dodge

Fort Dodge, KS

In the fall of 1867, the Fort Hays-Fort Dodge Road was developed to transport merchandise, mail and passengers from t...


Listed on the National Register of Historic Sites. The restored Carnegie Library building is of unusual classical...


In an 1882 bird's-eye view of Dodge City, the Mueller-Schmidt House is proudly perched atop a hill northe...


The Santa Fe trail, extending 750 miles from the Kansas City area to the old Spanish settlement of Santa Fe, was the ...


Veterans Memorial

Dodge City, KS

[Honor Roll of Veterans] Almighty God, we ask Thy blessings upon these our comrades That Others May Live in Freedom T...


The Reading Garden

Dodge City, KS

This garden stands as a tribute to J. C. Denious and his family, who owned and operated the "Dodge City Daily Globe" ...



Fort Dodge, KS

Twin storehouses, each 130 ft. by 30 ft., and a bakery were the first stone buildings to be completed in 1867. The se...


For decades, Dodge City's existence was tied to the railroad. When the first train arrived on the newly-laid Atchison...


The Santa Fe Trail was a busy overland route for fifty years before Dodge City was founded. The heavy freight wagons ...


El Capitan

Dodge City, KS

This statue commemorates the Texas Longhorn that gave Dodge City its place in history as "Queen of the Cowtowns." The...


This building was constructed in 1907 with the financial assistance of Andrew Carnegie, Steel Magnate and nationally ...


In the mid 1880s, economic factors contributed to a change in Dodge City's character. The cowtown era ended with the ...


Boot Hill

Dodge City, KS

Boot Hill Cemetery 1872 - 1878 Second Public School 1878 - 1927 Municipal Building 1929


Milburn Stone

Dodge City, KS

Emmy Award for his role as "Doc" Adams on Gunsmoke Honorary Doctorate from St. Mary of the Plains College, Dodge City


The commanding officer's quarters was one of the last stone structures to be built. In the years before it was comple...


Three barracks were completed in 1867, two built of stone and one of adobe. For about eighteen months, until the perm...


"Experience teaches that it is not wise to depend upon rainfall where the amount is less than 20 inches annually. The...


Boot Hill Cemetery

Dodge City, KS

This hill was not a pleasant place during the 1870’s. It was covered with buffalo grass, prickly pear and soapweed an...


This map depicts businesses known to have existed along Dodge City's Front Street between 1878 and 1882. As the town ...

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