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ⓘ Bennington, Kansas




Bennington, Kansas
                                     

ⓘ Bennington, Kansas

Bennington was platted in 1878 and grew to a population of over 200 within three years. The city name comes from one of two sources. A paper written on the history of Bennington states that Bennington is an Indian name meaning "place of fine trees." The same article also states that co-city founder George R. Parker gave the town its name after Bennington, Vermont. The Solomon Valley Railroad, a branch of the Kansas Pacific Railroad, reached Bennington in 1878.

In 1879 the first school was located one kilometre South of the city. In 1918 was built a new school building. In 1938, the auditorium was added in 1955 were added to the store, and in 1961 a new school building was annexed.

                                     
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