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Ford on Pawnee Creek, Santa Fe Trail.  Kansas

Ford on Pawnee Creek, Santa Fe Trail. Kansas

Wagon train fording the Arkansas River, from Harper's Monthly, Sept. 1862, courtesy of Kansas State Historical Society.

Wagon train fording the Arkansas River, from Harper's Monthly, Sept. 1862, courtesy of Kansas State Historical Society.

Ash Creek Crossing, Santa Fe Trail.  Pawnee County, Kansas.

Ash Creek Crossing, Santa Fe Trail. Pawnee County, Kansas.

Caravan on the Santa Fe Trail in the 1850's crossing the Pawnee River in the Great Bend section of Western Kansas near present-day  Lerned, Kansas. (from a painting by M. Gundlach)

Caravan on the Santa Fe Trail in the 1850's crossing the Pawnee River in the Great Bend section of Western Kansas near present-day Lerned, Kansas. (from a painting by M. Gundlach)

Burlingame, Kansas facing east - Caniffs addition on north(left) side of Santa Fe Trail(Avenue)

Burlingame, Kansas facing east - Caniffs addition on north(left) side of Santa Fe Trail(Avenue)

Where Santa Fe Railroad crosses the Santa Fe Trail 1900

Where Santa Fe Railroad crosses the Santa Fe Trail 1900

Encampment on the Santa Fe Trail, from Josiah Gregg's book "Commerce of the Prairies, 1844", a Santa Fe Trail history classic

Encampment on the Santa Fe Trail, from Josiah Gregg's book "Commerce of the Prairies, 1844", a Santa Fe Trail history classic

The Santa Fe trail, Kansas  "...the waving, gray and green, flower-dotted prairie." Zane Grey  (Photo by Carl Strang)

The Santa Fe trail, Kansas "...the waving, gray and green, flower-dotted prairie." Zane Grey (Photo by Carl Strang)

The notorious gambling sala of La Dona Tules, enjoyed by Americans and Mexicans - Atlas of Historic NM Maps

The notorious gambling sala of La Dona Tules, enjoyed by Americans and Mexicans - Atlas of Historic NM Maps

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