Life moves at a slow pace in this part of the country. When you walk down the streets in Montgomery County, you'll be treated to friendly hellos and big smiles.
From a little house on the prairie to a mansion on a hill, adventure awaits you in Montgomery County, Kansas. History comes alive as you travel through the gentle hills of Montgomery County, located in Southeast Kansas near the Oklahoma and Missouri borders.
The Daltons died here, Laura Ingalls Wilder lived here. Walter "Big Train" Johnson and Mickey Mantle played here, and we welcome you to visit here-- for a day, a week or a lifetime.
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You will take a step back in time to the elegant lifestyle of the early 1900's when you visit the Brown Mansion listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Completed in 1907 by W. P. Brown, the four-floor, 16 room Mansion contains the original furniture, wall and floor coverings.Coffeyville, KS Museums
This city park was established in 1919 in memory of Caney's Company D who participated in World War I. Gen. George H. Wark organized Co. D, 3rd Kansas Infantry and mustered the first units of the Kansas Army National Guard into federal service at Caney's Elk's Hall, May 19, 1917Caney, KS Memorials
Located 13 miles southwest of Independence, just off of Highway 75, is an authentic, reconstructed log cabin located near the original site where famous author Laura Ingalls Wilder lived as a child. Near the cabin, the remains of what could possibly have been the well that Pa and Mr. Scott dug. An 1Independence, KS Pioneer History
The Independence Public Library is still located at the corner of Maple and Fifth, in the structure as it was built by the Carnegie Foundation in 1907. The Library currently houses 61,700 volumes of print and non-print materials, with a patron registration of 9,880Independence, KS Carnegie Libraries