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Grinter Place State Historic Site

1420 S 78th St
Kansas City, KS 66111-3208
Phone: (913) 299-0373
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Moses Grinter, Indian trader and farmer, home built on the Delaware Reservation. The Grinters operated a ferry where the military road crossed the Kansas River in the 1850s. This site was also an early trading post for Moses Grinter with the Native Americans. This farmhouse, overlooking the Kansas River, features furnishings from the late nineteenth century. Tours available.

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Saturdays by the Grinter Stove

January 10, 2015 - March 14, 2015
Recurring monthly on the 2nd Saturday
Venue: Grinter Place State Historic Site
Address: 1420 S 78th St, Kansas City, KS 66111-3208
Time: Starting: 11:00 AM
Type: Events
Phone: 913-299-0373
Learn about Kansas City area history and stay for lunch prepared on the wood stove. A different speaker will present each month. More