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- Tags: German Immigrants
Tags: drought, fire, Fort Riley, Fort Riley Military Reservation, Frank Oscar Clark, German Immigrants, Germany, High Point school, Jacob Rudolph, James M. Harvey, Louis Sylvester, Madison Township, Magic, Magic School, Magic Stock Farm, Methodist Church, Milford Cemetery, Ogden Township, religious revivalism, Riley, Riley County, Riley County District 64, Rudolph family, Schenk Cemetery, Sylvester family, Tuttle Creek Reservoir, West German Conference, William Beard, Zoar
Tags: Andy Gegan, Angela Schild, Anthony Leis, Attica, Catholic school, Cordes Trading Post, Father Loevenich, Father Manz, Father Siebrandt, Garden Plain, Garden Plain Township, German Catholics, German Immigrants, John Leis, John Schild, Joseph Cordes, Laura Cordes, Lou Rau, Mennonites, Michael Scheer, Ost, Sedgwick County, Sherman, St. Mary's, St. Mary's Aleppo, Union, winter wheat
Tags: Allen Hanson, Atchison County, Bleeding Kansas, Cannady, Cow Island, David Atchison, Etienne de Veniard, Farley's Ferry, Fort Villiage, FP Goddard, George Redmond, George Write, German Immigrants, Grand Village, Grape, Henry Sacks, Isle De Vache, James Douglas, Jayhawkers, JB Goddard, Jim Corn, John Davitz, John Waddle, Kansas Territorial Legislature, Kansas-Nebraska Act, Kanza, Kickapoo, Lewis and Clark, Lewis Point, Missouri Pacific Railroad, MoPac, Mosaic of a lost community, Oak Mills, Osage, Plum Grove, Railroad, Sieur Bourgmost, Slabtown, Stephen Long, Walnut Township
Tags: 49er, Big Blue River, Bohemian, brick factory, Burlington Railroad, Cottonwood Ranch, E.N. Emmons, Ezra G. Perkins, Father Pitcher, Gerat Hollenberg, German Community, German Immigrants, Germany, goldrush, grain elevator, grasshopper invasion, H, Hanover, Hollenberg Station, Independence Road, Indian Reservation, Jiwere, Jocker's Brewery, Kansa Indians, Kansas Territory, Kaw Indians, Little Blue River, Oak Grove, Otoe-Missouria Indians, Pawnee Indians, Pony Express, Railroad, Rebekah Carnes, St. Joseph & Denver Railroad, St. Joseph Road, Union Pacific Railroad, Washington County
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.