Find resources to help you explore the lives of your family’s veterans from any U.S. military conflict.
On April 16, 1937, 2 fugitives & 3 FBI agents met at a Topeka post office. What happened became national news.
Explore one of Topeka’s most unusual citizens – secretary of a liars club & eccentric afterlife planner.
In 1881 at a séance held by Mrs. Holladay in Topeka, William W. Aber said spirits declared him to be a powerful medium.
Find best practices to protect & store your collection of photos, documents, quilts or other heirlooms.
In 1876, a scandal threatened to tarnish the library’s reputation and even led to murder.
Adrienne explores Kansas train stations. Every small town needed a station so there’s lots to learn.
Learn how the Golden Rule applies to your family history research and give back to your global community.
We delved into the past of 7 community members to uncover information about their families.
Adrienne uncovers the history and contributions of immigrant railroad workers in Topeka.
Author Emily Cowan conducted a large amount of research to discover & document Topeka’s hidden stories.
Find first person narratives & primary sources to research the destruction of slavery & the transition to freedom.