ⓘ Bird City, Kansas

Bird City, Kansas

ⓘ Bird City, Kansas

Bird City was founded in 1885. It was named for Benjamin Bird, a cattleman. The surrounding area was originally used predominately for livestock grazing.

Bird city was built a station and shipping point on the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy railroad.

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