Sunrise on the Foster Farm on Ash Creek near Pawnee Rock, one of the
stopping points along the Santa Fe Trail. Members of the Foster family
placed remnants of an old wagon near their farmstead to commemorate the
historic trail.
Sunrise on the Foster Farm on Ash Creek near Pawnee Rock, one of the stopping points along the Santa Fe Trail. Members of the Foster family placed remnants of an old wagon near their farmstead to commemorate the historic trail. The Wichita Eagle
Sunrise on the Foster Farm on Ash Creek near Pawnee Rock, one of the stopping points along the Santa Fe Trail. Members of the Foster family placed remnants of an old wagon near their farmstead to commemorate the historic trail. The Wichita Eagle

Santa Fe Trail leaves a lasting impression in Kansas

March 20, 2011 09:25 AM

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