Kansas Heritage - Summer 2001
(Volume 9, Number 2)
Ninety-Nine Bottles of Beer Behind the Wall
With bootlegging, open saloons, and all sorts of slippery tricks to bottle it, buy it, and imbibe it, how dry was the bone-dry state of Kansas?
Prairie Home Companions
Across miles of open prairie they came together to conquer the loneliness of pioneer life--and they did it all without ever leaving home.
The Heritage Explorer
See it all with new eyes as we "dare to do dirt!"
History in the Making
Karen Sturm's "Talking Tombstones" keep a dialogue with our past.
The Wonderful Old . . .
Their steeples rising skyward, churches glorify the spirit of history.
"The Circus Comes to Town"
Short stories of yesteryear
An Angel of Mercy
Presenting the Past
Upcoming historical events
Back cover photograph