ⓘ Alton, Kansas

Alton, Kansas

ⓘ Alton, Kansas

Alton was founded in 1870 as Bull City, and was named in honor of Hiram C. Bull. It was renamed Alton in 1885, after the city of Alton, Illinois because female residents didnt like the former name.

  • Alton Scott Newell Sr. 1913 2000 was an industrialist born in Oklahoma who invented the Newell Shredder and founded Newell Industries. Alton Newell
  • The Kansas City metropolitan area is a bi - state 14 - county metropolitan area straddling the border between the U.S. states of Missouri and Kansas anchored
  • miles of former Chicago and Alton Railroad track between Kansas City and St. Louis, Missouri. It also operated between Kansas City, Missouri, and Springfield
  • returned to his hometown of Alton Illinois to serve as a coach at the local high school. 2018 Football Media Guide Kansas Jayhawks football. 2018. Retrieved
  • Stubble: The Story of a Kansas Homestead U of Nebraska Press, 1972 online Lee, R. Alton Sunflower Justice: A New History of the Kansas Supreme Court U of
  • Kansas is a state located in the Midwestern United States. According to the 2010 United States Census, Kansas is the 34th most populous state with 2, 853
  • County standard abbreviation: OB is a county located in the U.S. state of Kansas As of the 2010 census, the county population was 3, 858. The largest city
  • Feaster 7.5 minutes of video while Alton Brown visited the Spring Fling event and Harvey House in Florence. Kansas portal National Register of Historic
  • a railroad subsidiary of the Kansas City Southern Railway KCS owning a 17 - mile 27 km main line between East Alton and East St. Louis, Illinois
  • a conservative Gold Democrat candidate in 1904, Kansas reverted to rock - solid Republican as Alton Brooks Parker failed to carry a single county in the
  • Burlington and Quincy Railroad CB Q and the Alton Railroad the Alton between St. Louis and Kansas City in Missouri, home of the Ozarks. It operated

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