Allegawaho Memorial Heritage Park

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500 N Mission St, Council Grove, KS 66846
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Site of the Last Kaw (Kanza) Indian Village in Kansas prior to forced removal of the tribe (for which Kansas is named) to Oklahoma in 1873. Begin tour at restored Indian Agency Ruins for two and one-half mile walking trail along 11 identified historic locations, including monument to unknown Indian, in this beautiful 158-acre Kaw Heritage Park owned and managed by the Kaw Nation from their Oklahoma offices.

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