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Images of America Book: Post Rock Country, By Bradley R. Penka and the Rush County Historical Society

Images of America Book: Post Rock Country, By Bradley R. Penka and the Rush County Historical Society

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These books are packed with images and stories about the history in this area.  They are perfect for research or just a good read.   Rush County, at the south end of Post Rock Country, was organized on December 5, 1874, and named in honor of Capt. Alexander Rush, Company H, of the 2nd Kansas Colored Infantry. The first settlers arrived in 1869 a...


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