Baxter Springs, Kansas and 2702
Cowskin Prairie Chapter
Baxter Springs, Kansas - United Daughters of the Confederacy
Chapter Where No Division #2702
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Baxter Spring, Kansas

2702 home is on the great mid-western prairies in Cherokee County. Route 66 bisects the town of Baxter Springs, Kansas, which boasts several different historical landmarks and venues. What is left of Fort Blair is part of the heritage museum grounds and people are encouraged to walk in the footsteps of their ancestors.

Visit the Cooper House with us!

Read more about local history "of the era" - bit by bit.

Go to the City of Baxter - includes History and Maps

Go to "Rainbow" Brush Creek Bridge and Baxter Springs Station at NPS!

Baxter Springs Heritage Museum and Ft. Blair on Facebook
and
Civil War Trust

Did You Know?

Kansas is the state on Route 66 with the shortest segment.

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Kansas

Nicknamed "Sunflower State"

Additional Kansas places of interest


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