Sunday, July 10, 2005


K-7 Corridor "Virtual Tour"

K-7 Corridor "Virtual Tour" from Leavenworth
to Tiblow Ferry at Bonner Springs Crossing
near the Kaw Valley's Port of Shawnee ...
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The Delaware Indians in Kansas--1829-1867

Description of Henry Tiblow, "a member of the Delaware nation" and a ferry operator in 1830 at the Chouteau trading post with the Kansas Indians near Bonner Springs, Kansas.

Author: Alan W. Farley ,
Source: Trail Guide,
Date: September 1955
Issue: 1
Volume: 1
Pages: 8
Location: 978 W52kt
Illustrations: No
Subjects: Tiblow, Henry, Delaware Indians, Ferries,
Item Type: Citation - Magazine
Item ID: 120023
Ferries in Kansas: Part II--Kansas River

Second in a series of articles about ferries in Kansas, describing the history of those on the Kansas River.

Author: Kirke Mechem , Author: George A. Root ,
Source: Kansas Historical Quarterly,
Date: August 1933
Issue: 3
Volume: 2
Chapter: Part 2 (Kansas River)
Pages: 251-293
Location: Periodical
Illustrations: No
Subjects: Ferries, Kansas River, Riverboats,
Item Type: Citation - Magazine
Item ID: 123382
Exploring the Kaw Valley

Book details the Kaw River valley areas and includes a short section on the Grinter House with a photograph. Gives the history of the Grinter family and of the historical significance of the home.

Author: Lynn Byczynski ,
Source: Exploring the Kaw Valley
Date: 2002
Chapter: Bonner Springs to Kansas City, Kansas
Pages: 25-27
Location: 917.81 B99e
Illustrations: Yes
Subjects: Kansas River, Grinter, Moses, Grinter Place, Kaw River,
Item Type: Citation - Book
Item ID: 209442
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