It’s week 49 of our Kansas sesquicentennial video series, and as Kansas completes its 150th birthday year, we’ve come full-circle back to Kansas Territory and Kansas artist John Steuart Curry.
It’s national Native American Heritage Month, so for week 47 of our Kansas sesquicentennial video series we’re featuring our rare, 3-volume set of History of the Indian Tribes of North America by Thomas McKenney & James Hall.
It’s national Native American Heritage Month, so for week 48 of our Kansas sesquicentennial video series, we’re featuring painter Eanger Irving Couse, founding member of the Taos Society of Artists known for his lifelong fascination with Native American culture and serious figurative scenes of the Indians of Taos Pueblo.
What was always taught as a dry timeline of sleep-inducing dates and names, “The War” made natural connections between events and people, and even campaigns and battles became distinct. But not only was I learning facts, I was sensing major social changes emerging as a result of the war.
It’s week 46 of our Kansas sesquicentennial video series and also National Drug Facts Week, so we thought it would be interesting to take a closer look at our Chinese snuff bottle collection.
Did you know that many of our area veterans struggle to afford toothpaste, winter gloves and shampoo? I didn’t.