Ma Hush Kah Museum in White Cloud was originally a school building for African Americans, built between 1871 and 1872, and costing $12,000 featuring 4 classrooms as well as closets and cloakrooms. The... Ma Hush Kah Museum
Built in 1880, this home, listed on the Kansas Historical Registry, belonged to Wilbur Chapman, creator of "Pete the Pig" piggy bank. Please stop and see the Historical Home where Wilbur Chapman lived.
The Lewis and Clark expedition arrived in what is now Kansas June 26, 1804, in the North Kansas City area and pushed north along the Missouri River, exploring both sides of the river. They camped in Doniphan County, south of White Cloud on July 6-7
Pete the Pig Monument stands on main street in White Cloud, Kansas. In 1910, ten-year old Wilbur Chapman sold a prized pig to raise money for a leper colony. Coin savings banks were created in the shape of pigs, manufactured, and sold, resulting in the origination of the "Piggy Bank"