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Sacred places in Kansas

This sacred rock in Lawrence was once located along the banks of the Kaw River at the mouth of Shunganunga Creek. The Kaw people used the 10-foot tall red rock with religious ceremonies. In 1929, the rock was moved to Robinson Park near Lawrence's City Hall to honor the town's founders.


Kontum1972 4 years, 8 months ago

odd how i dont see any Kaw native americans in this picture in native garb..... were the towns founders Kaw people......

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