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My daughter was upset that the barn didn't have a historical marker. And she has a point---we do need to remember. I did like seeing the barn, and picturing how it was a stop on the Underground Railroad.
Drive by this beautiful 1858-built stone building at 2819 Stonebarn Terrace if you like early Kansas history. The building was originally a barn on abolitionists Joel and Emily Grover's farm during the territorial Kansas period. It was an important "station" on the Underground Railroad where...More