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Downs, Kansas

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The Downs Cemetery

The Downs Cemetery is located along Highway 24

Downs, KS Cemeteries

Carnegie Library

The Downs Carnegie Library built in 1905 which was constructed from a $5,000 gift from Andrew Carnegie, still houses the library. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings.

Downs, KS Carnegie Libraries

Sod and Stubble Country Self-Guided Auto Tour

Three miles northwest of the city of Downs is located the site of the 1871 homestead of immigrant Henry Ise. In 1873, Henry married seventeen-year old Rosa Haag of Holton, Kansas and brought her west to live. Twelve children (five girls and seven boys) were born on this homestead in the 27

Downs, KS Pioneer Life

The Organ Factory

The historic Baptist Church of 1890 is now home to Richardson's Organ Factory. Tour the factory and learn about organ design from a European-trained organ master.

Downs, KS Historic Churches

Things to do near Downs, KS

Steel Truss Bridge

This one-lane three-span steel truss bridge crosses the Republican River just east of the Pawnee Indian Village Museum. Few o...

Lovewell Campgrounds

Lovewell is popular with campers. The area offers excellent shade and provides 117 electric hookup sites, improved primitive ...

Bell-Bogardus Indian Massacre and Cemetery

August 12, 1868 - At the homestead site of David A. Bogardus, 40 rods north of the Solomon River and 3 miles southeast of Wil...