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The Bison: American Icon

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Kauffman Museum is the only Kansas host for "The Bison: American Icon" which is traveling the United States for five years. Explore the significance of the North America bison from the Plains Indian cultures of the 1800s, through commercial trade and development, to becoming a national symbol. For details on special programs and activities, check the website (www.bethelks.edu/kauffman/bison). Guided tours by appointment.

The Bison: American Icon

Address : Kauffman Museum, 27th & North Main, North Newton Newton KS
Phone : 316-283-1612   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : kauffman@bethelks.edu

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Admission Fee : $4.00/adult, $2.00/child

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