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category : Pioneer History
Nicodemus is the only remaining all African-American pioneer town west of the Mississippi. It was established in 1877 by ex-slaves from Kentucky and Tennesse. In 1976 it was designated as a National Historical Landmark and is currently under consideration for inclusion in the National Park system.


Address: Located 14 miles east of Hill City

Come visit us in Hill City, Kansas

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Prairie Trails Golf Course

The golf enthusiast can enjoy a challenging 9-hole grass green municipal golf course on the east side of town. The course provides a nine-hole par 35

Hill City, KS Golf Courses

GRAHAM COUNTY- 40,062 ACRES OF WALK-IN HUNTING!!!

GRAHAM COUNTY HAS 40,062 ACRES OF WALK-IN HUNTING ACREAGE!!!!!

Hill City, KS Hunting

Graham County Historical Society & Museum

The purpose of the Graham County Historical Society is to discover and collect any materials pertaining to the history of this area. Archival resources include the following:

Hill City, KS Genealogy

Hill City Oil Museum

The Oil Museum tells the story of oil from formations deep in the earth to it's recovery, processing and use. Many pieces of equipment used in the process over the years are on display.

Hill City, KS Museums

Nicodemus

Nicodemus is the only remaining all African-American pioneer town west of the Mississippi. It was established in 1877 by ex-slaves from Kentucky and Tennesse. In 1976 it was designated as a National Historical Landmark and is currently under consideration for inclusion in the National Park system.

Hill City, KS Pioneer History

Things to do Pioneer History near Hill City, KS

Nicodemus

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Cottonwood Ranch

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