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- Tags: Civil War
Tags: Arapaho, Aubrey's Crossing, Aubry Route, Camp Wynkoop, Cedar Bluffs, Cheyenne, Civil War, Clark Dunn, Comanche, Darren Ivey, desertion, disease, Edward Wanshear Wynkoop, Ellsworth, Fort Aubrey, Fort Larned, Fort Lyon, Fort Scott, Fort Zarah, Francois Xavier Aubrey, General Sterling Price, George S. Eayre, Glorieta Pass, Great Bend, Hamilton County, Henry B. Shears, Indian Territory, Isaac Gray, Jacob Downing, Jesse Henry Leavenworth, John Minton Chivington, Kiowa, Little Arkansas Treaty, Native Americans, Pike's Peak, Samuel Ryan Curtis, Sioux, Syracuse Township, Uri B. Pearsall, William Pollock McCleery
Tags: Aubry, Aubry Bend Middle School, Aubry Cemetery, Aubry Road, Aubry Township, Civil War, F. X. Aubry Stilwell, Fort Leavenworth, Fort Scott, Fort Scott/Fort Leavenworth Trail, Johnson County, Military Trail, Missouri Pacific Railroad, Old Aubry, Oregon Trail, Quantrill's Raid, Santa Fe Trail, William H. Brady
Tags: B&M Railroad, blacksmith shop, bricolage, Busy Bee 4H Club, Civil War, E, E.N. Emmons, Edward Green, Emmons, Emmons Cemetary, Emmons Community Club, general store, George W. Roberts, grain elevator, H.G. Bobbitt, Homestead Act, ice house, James Kenesaw Polk Tinney, one-room school, Pacific Railroad Act, post office, Sarah Catherine Tinney, School District no. 2, Sherman Reedy, tornadoes, Zultulba Givens Tinney
Murdock, Kansas, started out as New Murdock in 1884 and underwent a name change in 1910. Today Murdock is a quiet community of about 375 residents.