The Trading Post Museum is located in Trading Post, the oldest existing settlement in Kansas. Among the artifacts displayed in the Trading Post Museum are Indian flint and clothing, early weapons, bullets from the Civil War battle fought here, early pioneer household goods, and more. Along with the main building, you can tour our 1886 schoolhouse, the Amos Tubbs cabin, and our machine shop. The museum houses Linn County tax ledger books from 1863 forward, census records, Trading Post school records, obituaries, marriage records for Linn County, cemetery records, as well as many photographs of area residents. The Museum also houses a large genealogy library and resources. Trading Post Museum is open April 1 through November 1 each year. Hours are 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Wendesday - Saturday, and at other times by appointment. Exit 69 highway at Butler exit east on 52 highway to 4th street to museum.
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