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Eudora resident Jim Harris, who lives about a mile south of Eudora, walks around his property, which features a collection of antique gasoline pumps and a sign marking it Keystone Corner, last Monday. The land and the area around it once held homes William Quantrill visited on his ride to Lawrence. The property’s deep history means it will likely be surveyed, among 300 other sites, as part of a project that aims to create an inventory of naturally, culturally and historically significant sites in Douglas County.

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