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Monticello Community Historical Society
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OUR COLLECTION
The Monticello Community Historical Society collection preserves documents on the small mount on the prairie.

If one of the following items interests you, please contact us at 913-667-3706 or webmaster @ monticelloks.org 

Indexing Project Partially funded by the 2008 Johnson County Kansas Heritage Trust Fund
Thank you County Commissioners.

Last Updated 20 February 2010

Amos --- Anderson --- Annexation --- Archeology --- Artifacts --- Barnett Log House --- Barth --- Boles, Charles Boles --- Bradley / Glynn ---  Dr. William Bull; Susan Bull; Susan Brown; Susan Wolfe; David Wolfe --- Bullock Cemetery --- Cameron --- Catterson --- Cherry Lane School --- Chillicothe Town Site-East of Mill Creek --- Chouteau Station --- Clear Creek Baptist Church --- Clear Creek Grange Hall --- Coker --- Coleman / Wilder  --- Colored Church (Holliday) --- Cordray / Reed --- Corliss --- Craig Station --- Early Kansas History --- Elliott --- Feilbach --- Flint, Levi Flint, Stella Flint --- Flood-1903 --- Flood-1951 --- Flood-1993 --- Focus on Farming narrated by Former Governor John Anderson --- Frisbie --- Frisbie Station --- Funk --- Garland Thomas Museum --- Samuel Garrett and Betsey Garrett, Betsey Chouteau, Betsey Captain --- Gospel Assembly Church --- Hadley --- John Ham and Mary Ham --- Harris --- Heritage Day --- Heritage Festival --- Hickok, James Butler (Wild Bill Hickok) --- Historic Preservation --- Historic Scenic By-way --- History of Valentines --- 

Return to Top Hocker Electric Line --- Hodges --- Holliday Baptist Church --- Holliday School --- Holliday Townsite --- Howard --- Huston --- Indian Land --- John Reed Log House, Nancy Reed --- Johnson County Water District #1 --- Kansas Humanities --- Kansas State Historical Society KSHS --- Kaw River Bridges --- Kaw Valley Sand Plants --- Kenton --- Keroher --- King / Wilder / Boles Cemetery --- Klahr --- Kueker / Frakes --- Langston --- Liberty School --- Lynn --- Lyons --- Malsby --- Maps --- McCallop --- McCoy / Woodson --- Mettee --- Midland Trail Campsites --- Mill Creek Regional Wastewater --- Mill Creek Streamway Park --- Mill Valley High School --- Millwood Business Park-Johnson Drive --- Mize --- Monticello Cemetery --- Monticello Drainage District --- Monticello Fire District --- Monticello Fire District #1 --- Monticello Fire Rescue --- Monticello Fire Station --- Monticello Memories of Monticello Families --- Monticello Methodist Church --- Monticello School --- Monticello School Teachers --- Monticello Store --- Monticello Telephone Exchange --- Monticello Township Hall --- Monticello Townsite --- Monticello Trails School --- More --- Murphy Cemetery --- Navy Plane Crash 1950 --- Near Champion Maple Trees --- Nelson Island --- North Lone Elm School --- Ogden --- Old Shawnee Town --- Owen --- Parker --- Parks --- Payne --- Pentecostal Church --- John Pettyjohn; Mary Grace Pettyjohn; Mary Pettyjohn; Mary Reed --- Photographs --- Piper Farm, Abraham Piper, Abraham Martin Piper, A.M. Piper, Jennie Piper, Jennie Kay --- Post Offices and Stage Line --- Prairie Star School --- Preservation of Unmarked Graves HB 2144 --- Prison city USA --- 

Return to Top  Quaintance --- Railroads; Atchison, Topeka, Santa Fe Railroad --- Reitz --- James Rich, James Wilson Rich, J.W. Rich --- Martin Rively, Martin Pierce Rively, M.P. Rively --- River Boats and Ferry Crossings --- Robinson --- Round Prairie School --- Rural Water District #3 --- Sarver, Jacob Sarver and Rebecca Sarver, Rebecca Heister --- Scheidt --- Schlup --- Sesquicentennial-Shawnee 2006 --- Sesquicentennial-Johnson County 2005 --- Sesquicentennial-Monticello 2007 --- Seventh Day Adventist Church --- Sewers --- Shawnee Indian Mill --- Shawnee Indian School --- Shawnee Mission Memorial Garden Cemetery --- Shawnee Town --- Shirtcliff --- St. Louis, Lawrence & Denver R.R. in Johnson County --- Starwood Park --- Stein /  Oakley --- Stuck --- Theden --- Toothaker --- Tornado 1857 / Tornado 1859 --- William Trembley --- Union Cemetery --- Virginia School --- Visions of the Past --- Wagner --- Whitcher --- Widmer --- Wilder Neighborhood Social Club --- Wilder School --- Wilder Townsite --- Williams --- Woodsonia School --- Zarah Townsite

Return to Top  1859 Census: Boles, Booth, Bugg, Bousman, Bradley, Buchanan, Brassfield, Beardsly, Cordray, Carbery, Catterson, Contzer, Cook, Davenport, Dagby, Denber, Donalson, Filch, Flournay, Finlay, Gordan, Garnder, Gardner, Ginter, Hagan, Hadley, Hickok, Harris, Hinton, Ham, Hall, Hundley, Jenkins, Honson, Koehler, Letchworth, McIntyre, McNamer, Morrison, Massey, Mayfield, Maupin, Owen, Pasquet, Payne, Quigley, Reed, Rich, Rolston, Reynolds, Roberts, Spanawh, Suttles, Suton, Start, Sarver, Shoemaker, Shafer, Shannon, Strasser, Smith, Sanburn, Schmidt, Sass, Sayne, Taylor, Toler, Williams, Walker, Wysand, White, Watersmith

 

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