Shawnee Co. Historical Society Program To Explore History Of Rossville Area

By: 13 News at 4 (Posted by Melissa Brunner)
By: 13 News at 4 (Posted by Melissa Brunner)

History of Uniontown and Potawatomi settlement in the area
Wed., June 5, 7:00 pm, Citizen Potawatomi Nation Community Center,
806 Nishnabe Trail, Rossville.
Presentation by Michael Stubbs, Wabaunsee County Historical Society, and Jon Boursaw, Citizen
Potawatomi Nation Tribal Member.

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - The Shawnee County Historical Society has busy summer plans with programs connecting people with the area's history.

The next program is 7 pm Tuesday, June 5, at Rossville's Citizen Potawatomi Nation building. It will look at the Uniontown community and Potawatomi tribal connections to the area in the state's pre-territorial days. Uniontown was in the area now known as Willard.

Bill Wagnon of the Shawnee Co. Historical Society talked about the programs on 13 News at 4.


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