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- Tags: Flint Hills
Tags: African American, African American Farmers, African American history, African Americans, African-American, African-Americans, Alma, Alta Vista, automobile, Bat Nelson, black Exodusters, Bradford, Charles C. Gardner, district # 27, Dragoon Creek, Eskridge, Ferdinand Trowbridge, Flint Hills, George Ford, Harveyville, Kansa Indians, Kansas, KKK, Ku Klux Klan, Lynching, Lynchings, MAB Railway, Plumb Township, Race, race relations, Racism, Santa Fe Trail, Wabaunsee, Wabaunsee Co., Wabaunsee County, Wilmington, Wilmington Township
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Tags: "Scenic River Route", A, Ashland, Ashland Bottoms, Ashland Cemetery, Ashland Community Church, Ashland school, Blue Valley Railroad, C.M. Barclay, Davis County, Dempsey Family, Flint Hills, Fox family, Fredrick Schippert, Geary County, Irish Catholic, Jackson Township, James Ryan, Johnson Williams, Junction City, Kansas River, Konza Prairie, M, Manhattan, McDowell Creek, McDowell Creek Road, McDowell Creek Valley, Michael Brannick, Riley County, Sacred Heart Academy, St. Joseph's Church, Toy family, Tully family, Tyler Rudder, William D. Poole
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.