Constitution Hall - Collections
Constitution Hall tells the stories of the town of Lecompton, the Land Office where American Indian lands were sold by the U.S. government to settlers, surveying the territory.
Collections on exhibit
- Ely Moore used this desk from 1857 to 1860 and made sure legal procedures were followed
- Plump bob
Cool Things - stories from our collections - Calhoun's Candlebox
- Hand shackles, seldom used in Kansas Territory
- Pitcher belonging to a former slave
- Community activities items from Masons, Oddfellows, Modern Woodmen, and Ku Klux Klan.
Browse these collections items related to Constitution Hall but not on display at the site.
Kansas Memory - items featured in our digital archives related to Constitution Hall
Bibliography - Lecompton Constitution resources
National Register - nomination for the site