Fort Scott National Historic Site
Western National Parks Association, 1991 - Fort Scott National Historic Site (Fort Scott, Kan.) - 16 pages
Colorful history of this post near the Missouri-Kansas border. The book spans from 1842 and the establishment of the "permanent" Indian frontier to 1873 and the arrival of the railroad. Photos by Michael Henry.
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