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April 17, 2011 12:00 AM

Kansas timeline of faith

Prehistory — Native Americans practiced their own religions, often honoring sacred places, still evidenced today by an intaglio, a surface depression of a 160-foot-long serpent near Lyons; and Penokee Man, a 60-foot rock outline of a man in Graham County.

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