Center for Kansas Studies, Kansas Links
The following websites are recommended as sources of particularly
useful information on Kansas subjects.
- Kansas State Historical
Society: An excellent website growing more useful daily
- Kansas Humanities
Council : provides both grants and a wide variety of state-wide
humanities programs, including a speakers bureau, History Alive!
costumed presenters, book discussions, touring exhibits and
- Kansas Collection:
contains online versions of hard-to-find Kansas books, diaries, photographs,
- Kansas Heritage
Server: Center for Kansas Genealogy, Family, and Local History
- Sunflower Journeys: The
homepage for KTWU's long-running, excellent TV series on all sorts of things
Skyways: Kansas State Library page with links to many relevant
websites. Go especially to the Kansas Poetry page
Public Radio from the University of Kansas
- Governor of Kansas: A
gateway to various Kansas state resources
Web: Offers information about the history, educational institutions,
cities, businesses, and entertainment.
- Washburn University: Information about the campus,
students, faculty and course offerings
- The Topeka
and Shawnee County Public Library: Includes on-line catalog plus all
sorts of other services
State University, History Department: Contains many useful Kansas
- Center for Great Plains
Studies, Emporia State University : Information, resources, and
publications from ESU
- History of Ford County,
Kansas: A page of links related to the history Ford County and, more
generally, Kansas and the western frontier.
- Early Kansas Imprint
Scanners: EKIS is the workshop for the Kansas Collection - it is here
that works are prepared for placement in the Collection.
- Kansas Collection:
provides online digital versions of, in their words, "nearly-lost books,
letters, diaries, photographs, and other materials"
- Woodley Press
: Through this web page, Woodley Press hopes to expose more individuals to its
exciting body of works by talented Kansas writers
History Schoolteachers' Summer Seminar: the 1940s: This is the weblink
page created for an afternoon web-use workshop. It contains links to websites
for Kansas history in general, 1940s US history, and various other websites
useful for middle and high school teachers
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