Learn about Topekans’ who helped Kansas women get the right to vote.
Learn about your ancestors in African-American newspapers.
Discover the history of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway. Feb 11 marked the 159th anniversary of the railway’s creation.
Looking good at 157. Learn a little about Topeka happenings during the last 157 years.
View this community-driven exhibit that highlights the stories of African-Americans in Topeka and Shawnee County.
Learn tips for digging deeper into your family tree to find elusive ancestors.
Get to know the person the community center is named after.
Find out if your family really has Native American ancestry.
Find out more about Fire Station No. 3 of Topeka, KS, 1882-1963
Gain insight into DNA testing that is helping people connect to their ethnicity and find lost family members.
Major John M. Brown is one of the extraordinary people who shaped Topeka’s early development, but you may not know about him.
If you have Swedish roots, you may not need to dig very deep to find details about your ancestors.