ⓘ Burden, Kansas

Burden, Kansas

ⓘ Burden, Kansas

In 1879, in anticipation of the coming of the Kansas City, Lawrence and Southern Railroad, the town of Burden was surveyed and laid out by a town company including Robert F. Burden, for whom the town is named. The railroad, whose name changed to the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe, arrived on February 1, 1882.

The first buildings included a General store, a pharmacy and a post office. A post office called Burdenville until 1884, was established in 1879. The first newspaper printed in 1880, was the enterprise edition in 1882 from 900. The school, which was located one mile to the North of the city was relocated to the city in the summer of 1881.

The load on the station and shipping point on the Atchison, Topeka, and railway Santa Fe.

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