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- Tags: Washington County
Tags: Alexander Majors, Ashley Rhodes, Bigelow, Bigelow Station, Black Vermillion River, Cottonwood Creek, Cottonwood River, Ezra G. Perkins, Fort Kearney, Fort Riley, Gerat Hollenberg, grocery store, H, Hanover, Hollenberg Crossing, Hollenberg Station, Kanza Indians, lodging, Marshall County, Mormon Crossing, Mormon Trail, Oregon-California Trail, Otoe Indians, Pawnee Indians, Pony Express, post office, tavern, territorial Kansas, Washington County, William B. Waddell, William H. Gwin, William H. Russell
Tags: "Initial Point", "Weat Eighties", A.M. Allredge, automobile, Blake Berryhill, Bonham, Burchen Beeson, C.H. Coonrod, Col. G.E. Stowe, Dick Westwick, Dollie Bonham, dugouts, E.A. Moorhead, E.A. Woodman, frontier town, immigrant trains, Isaiah Bonham, John Deegan, M, Mahaska, Mahaska Leader, Mormon Trail, Oregon Trail, Railroad, Rock Island Railroad, Union Township, Washington County, westward expansion, White Swan, William Newton
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
Tags: Art Leiszler, Clifton, Dry Branch Creek, Hulda Ellsworth, John Gieber, John Millfelt, Mildred Vathauer, Parson's Creek, Peach Creek, Peter Stegman, Roger Howley, S, Sara Whetstone, Strawberry, Strawberry Dance Pavilion, Strawberry Rink, Susan Keifer, Washington County, wild strawberries, William Bell
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.