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- Tags: Missouri Pacific Railroad
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: 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: Antioch Cemetery, B, Bigelow, Bigelow Limestone, Bigelow Stone Quarry, Blue Rapids, Blue River Valley, Elizabeth, Flint Hills, Frankfort, General Alfred Bigelow, Jacob Inman, Jordan Broxterman, Marshall County, Missouri Pacific Railroad, Railroad, The Great Kansas and Missouri Bridge, The Great White Way Highway, Tuttle Creek Dam, Vermillion River, Waterville
Tags: Council Grove, Elm Creek, Francis-Riegel General Store, George W. Coffin, H, Helmick, Helmick Lake, Henry H. Vorse, James H. Smart, James O. Rochat, Janet Adam, John B. Doner, John Derrick Wilsey, John W. Helmick, Matson Ottis, Mildred, Missouri Pacific Railroad, Morris County, Railroad, Santa Fe Trail, Smart Stone Works, twin town, W, Waldo Hall Company, William F. Clark, Wilsey
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.