Petroglyphs of the Kansas Smoky Hills

Petroglyphs of the Kansas Smoky Hills

Presented by Rex Buchanan and Humanities Kansas Dinner and Discussion   Too often Kansas history starts with Coronado’s trip through the state in 1541. But for centuries before European arrival, Native people lived on the plains and left behind rock...
The Long Road to Women’s Suffrage in Kansas

The Long Road to Women’s Suffrage in Kansas

Presented by Diane Eickhoff and Aaron Barnhart and Humanities Kansas   Kansas was historically a leader in women’s rights, being just the eighth state to grant female suffrage. Yet, the campaign for voting rights in Kansas required more than half a century...
Exploring the Quindaro Ruins

Exploring the Quindaro Ruins

In 1857, the town of Quindaro emerged as a force to bring Kansas into the Union as a Free State. Quindaro sat in the Eye of the Border Storm between Missouri and Kansas. Hear the fascinating story of its life, times, and contribution to our common history from Dr....
Hear That?! Sounds of the Past

Hear That?! Sounds of the Past

Do you long for the nostalgic shutter sounds of old cameras. How about the ring of telephones from days gone by or the flippers of that pinball machine in the old arcade down the block? Well you’re in luck because Conserve the Sound is here to help. Conserve the...
Interactive History of the World

Interactive History of the World

Histography is an interactive timeline using Wikipedia and other sources outlining major events in human history in an easy to use and gorgeous timeline. You can break down by era ranging from the Big Bang to present day and view timelines on subjects anywhere from...