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Summer 1999 KANSAS

11/15/2012
The Good Life Lives
A 1950's ranch house is the centerpiece in the Johnson County Museum of History's focus on the history of suburbia.
By Marti Attoun, Photos by Gerard Attoun

Fossil Paradise
The chalk beds of Western Kansas add interest to the landscape and harbour some of the best Cretaceous fossils in the world.
By Rex Buchanan

It's a Stampede!
Top names in country music draw huge crowds at Manhattan's annual weekend music festival.
By Sally M. Snell

What a Pow Wow!
Head to winfield in mid-June for a colorful cultural adventure.
By Sally D. Wilcox

A Time to Remember
Lawrnece commemorates it early history with its Annual Civil War Days event and year-round attractions.
By Janet Majure, Photos by Craig Thompson

Echoes of the Trail
Old West history buffs and cowboy poetry fans gather in Ft. Scott each June.
By Marti Attoun, Photos by Gerard Attoun

A Taste of the Old Country
Newton's Breadbasket restaurant features authentic Mennonite cuisine.
By Cecilia Harris, Photos by Del Ruff

The John Brown Jamboree
Osawatomie pays tribute to its unique place in Kansas history.
By Sherry Polcyn

Riding the Cannonball
Jump on the 66-mile stretch of U.S. Highway 54 between kingman and Greensburg for a look at some unusual Kansas attractions.
By Suzanne Hanson

Vintage Rails
Absorb history and recall memories with a ride on Dodge City's excursion railroad.
By Jeanette Steinert, Photos by Roy Steinert

Favorite Recipe
Summer Garden Casserole-Prairie Oak farms, Lewis

Volume 54, Issue 2
Andrea Glenn, editor
On the cover: Monument Rocks in gove County by Michael C. Snell