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  • Nicodemus National Historical Site program hosted by The Santa Fe Trail Center

  • The Santa Fe Trail Center, Larned, invites the public to a program about Nicodemus National Historical Site, promoted in 1877 as the largest African American Colony in America.


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  • The Santa Fe Trail Center, Larned, invites the public to a program about Nicodemus National Historical Site, promoted in 1877 as the largest African American Colony in America.
    Park Ranger Phyllis Howard will present a history of Nicodemus, Kansas with images and objects. 
    Join us to explore the Kansas tradition of African American settlement after the Civil War.
    The program will be held in the Trail Center’s auditorium at 2:00p.m. on Sunday, February 19. 
    Admission to this program is half price: Adults - $2.00, Students ages 12 to 18 - $1.50, Children ages 6 to 11 - $0.75, Fort Larned Historical Society members – Free.
    The Santa Fe Trail Center is located 2 miles west of Larned on Hwy K-156. The museum is open Tuesday through Sunday from  9 a.m. – 5 p.m. For more information regarding this program, the museum, or how to become a Fort Larned Historical Society member call 620-285-2054 or visit our website at www.santafetrailcenter.org.
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