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Petroglyph Site 14MY1320

Picture of property Address Restricted
Liberty (Montgomery County)
Listed in National Register 1982-07-09

Architect: Not applicable
Category: work of art

This is one of 30 American Indian rock art sites located in the state of Kansas. The majority of the sites are located in four counties in the central part of the state. Smaller numbers are located in southeast and southwestern Kansas. These sites have examples of anthropomorphic figures and human-like forms, animals and animal-like forms, geometric designs, straight lines, and grooves. Several styles of anthropomorphic petroglyphs have been recognized. Previous analysis of a fraction of this rock art indicates it is the product of Indian tribes inhabiting Kansas during the protohistoric and historic periods of circa AD 1541 to AD 1870.



Petroglyph Site 14MY365

Picture of property Address Restricted
Liberty (Montgomery County)
Listed in National Register 1982-07-09

Architect: Not applicable
Category: work of art

This is one of 30 American Indian rock art sites located in the state of Kansas. The majority of the sites are located in four counties in the central part of the state. Smaller numbers are located in southeast and southwestern Kansas. These sites have examples of anthropomorphic figures and human-like forms, animals and animal-like forms, geometric designs, straight lines, and grooves. Several styles of anthropomorphic petroglyphs have been recognized. Previous analysis of a fraction of this rock art indicates it is the product of Indian tribes inhabiting Kansas during the protohistoric and historic periods of circa AD 1541 to AD 1870.



Terminal Building

Picture of property 717 Walnut Street
Coffeyville (Montgomery County)
Listed in National Register 1982-06-14

Architect: Not listed
Category: organizational; road-related



Treaty Rocks Petroglyph Site (14MY1385)

Picture of property Address Restricted
Liberty (Montgomery County)
Listed in National Register 1982-07-09

Architect: Not applicable
Category: work of art

This is one of 30 American Indian rock art sites located in the state of Kansas. The majority of the sites are located in four counties in the central part of the state. Smaller numbers are located in southeast and southwestern Kansas. These sites have examples of anthropomorphic figures and human-like forms, animals and animal-like forms, geometric designs, straight lines, and grooves. Several styles of anthropomorphic petroglyphs have been recognized. Previous analysis of a fraction of this rock art indicates it is the product of Indian tribes inhabiting Kansas during the protohistoric and historic periods of circa AD 1541 to AD 1870.



Union Implement and Hardware Building - Masonic Temple

Picture of property 121-123 West Main
Independence (Montgomery County)
Listed in National Register 1988-10-13

Architect: Frank Brewster, contractor
Category: specialty store; meeting hall



Washington School

Picture of property 300 E. Myrtle Street
Independence (Montgomery County)
Listed in National Register 2015-04-14

Architect: Williamson, Thomas
Category: school

Washington School was constructed with the assistance of the federal Public Works Administration (PWA) and officially opened January 3, 1940. The two-story building is constructed of architectural concrete and reflects the early Modern Movement in architecture, defined by its stepped rectangular massing and clean lines with contrasting forms. Entrances feature curved concrete walls and railings characteristic of the Art Moderne style. The school was designed by Thomas W. Williamson and Co., a Topeka-based firm with hundreds of public school commissions. Washington School served the community of Independence as a public grade school until 2011. It was nominated as part of the "Historic Public Schools of Kansas" and "New Deal-Era Resources of Kansas" multiple property nominations in the areas of education and architecture.



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