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This is a view of the veranda and entrance for the Kansas History Museum. This is also the home of the Kansas State Historical Society. To the North is the reconstructed Potawatomi Mission. To the East is the statue of the White Buffalo.
Copyright: Gary krohe
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Uploadet: 13/04/2011
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Tags: kansas state historical society; buffalo statue; potawatomi mission; museum
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