900 East National Avenue
Fort Scott, KS 66701
Established in 1862 as one of the twelve original national cemeteries, this cemetery is the final resting place of many Union, Native American, African-American, and Confederate soldiers who died during the Civil War.
Fort Scott National Historic Site
Fort Scott, Kansas | During the Civil War, the Union Army reestablished a military post at Fort Scott to defend the middle border.
Baxter Springs Heritage Center and Museum
Baxter Springs, Kansas | The museum features an extensive collection of Civil War artifacts and gives a detailed account of the events in Baxter...
Territorial Capital Museum
Lecompton, Kansas | Artifacts on display in the museum include those from the 1856 Battle of Ft. Titus, the first "Bleeding Kansas" battle where...
U.S. Cavalry Museum
Fort Riley, Kansas | During the Civil War, as regular troops returned East, the fort was garrisoned by state militia units who continued to protect...