U.S. National Cemetery No. 1

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U.S. National Cemetery No. 1 Walk among heroes at Fort Scott National Cemetery, one of the 12 original national cemeteries designated by President Abraham Lincoln in 1862. Older than Arlington, this rolling hillside is the final resting place for Indian soldiers Stick Out Belly and Deer in Water, Kansas' most famous poet Eugene "Ironquill" Ware, and defenders of freedom from the Civil War to Vietnam.

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Old Congregational Church

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Homes For The Holidays Tour

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Keeney Train Collection Museum

See railroad and street railway memorabilia, and a model train collection at the Keeney Train Museum. This private collection includes electric model trains and operating layouts, as well as Frisco Railroad memorabilia. Inquire at the Visitor Information Center, 231

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