Historical Barn

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Historical Barn The Historical Barn was constructed in and dedicated in 1989. It is constructed of native brown sandstone, limestone and wood. Stone materials for this building came from two area homes which were over one hundred years old. The building houses a variety of historical items ranging from agricultural to household from the mid 1800's to the mid 1950's.

Address: Located next to the Indian Pay Station Museum on Hwy 24, 102 E. Mission St.
Phone: 785-437-6600

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St. Mary's College (Originally St. Mary's Mission)

A Brief History of St. Mary's Mission St. Marys, Kansas Following their removal from the Great Lakes area, Pottawatomie Indians were moved to Kansas. Admission was set up for them on Sugar Creek near present day Osawatomie in March of 1839. In1846

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Indian Pay Station Museum

The Indian Pay Station, the oldest building in Pottawatomie County, was built in 1857

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"Presence of Three"

This unique sculpture depicts the Pottawatomie Indians, the Mission and the Oregon Trail. It can be seen on the north side of Highway 24 in the center of town.

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Historical Barn

The Historical Barn was constructed in and dedicated in 1989

St. Marys, KS Museums

Historical Essays

Historical Essays written by local historian, Dorothy Hoobler, are reprinted from the St. Marys Star. Thanks to Dorothy for taking the time and interest to write these essays that give us a glimpse into the life and times of St. Marys, Kansas.

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