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How can this area better promote its Freedom’s Frontier heritage?

Asked at Massachusetts Street on December 9, 2009

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Photo of Gary Templeton

“More brass plaques at historic sites that tell the story.”

Photo of James Rourke

“It needs to start with education at the elementary school level.”

Photo of Niall Kelly

“By having more sites of interest related to it - museums, historic battlefields.”

Photo of Megan A. Todd

“By performing more events, maybe with documentaries or musicians, that would encourage people to have more knowledge of the area.”


Kookamooka 8 years, 4 months ago

Isn't there a special office led by Judy Billings that does that? Have they not been doing their job? They got a nice chunk of change from the Federal Govt to make this REGION a heritage area and they are based in Lawrence. I haven't seen much going on around these parts. They shunned all of the enthusiastic people geared up to help on the project. Alienation does not a collaboration make.

lwctown 8 years, 4 months ago

Yea a commemorative beer would be great.

MrShades 8 years, 4 months ago

-hog, Actualy, it is the missourians that say Mizzourah; Real Kansans say "Misery"

Bob-RJ Burkhart 8 years, 3 months ago

Freedom's Frontier blends authentic multicultural community stories that transcend the "Bleeding Kansas" lingering legacy of conflict and conquest! This seems to be characterized by intolerance for those folks who have alternative perspectives about our shared sense of place.

Freedom's Frontier USNPS Master Plan for education and interpretation empowers our reframing future thought leadership sequels to Lewis and Clark's explorations as people. places and changes over time with a sustainable Affirmation of INTERdependence ...

KVHAdventuring's Wakarusa Wetland Learners (EarthSea-Keepers) programs provide an adaptive outdoor recreation model that confronts "compartmented complacency" & "childhood obesity" ...

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