The Saline River has cut a wide and beautiful valley across Lincoln County. Rolling hills, rich farmlands, and thick woods cover the countryside. The dam for Lake Wilson is in far western Lincoln County and the lake offers many opportunities for outdoor recreation.
This is "post-rock" county and the stone was widely used for homes, building, bridges, and fence posts.
William G. Cutler's History of Kansas, first published in 1883, tells about early Lincoln County.
The Special Collections of the Ablah Library at WSU contain historical images of Barnard, Beverly, Lincoln, Shady Bend, and Sylvan Grove,
The Kansas State Historical Society also has more historical data for Lincoln County online including a rich bibliography and lists of cemeteries, post offices, and newspapers.
Cities, Towns, & Villages of Lincoln County
2000 Town Population ZIP Year Elevation ================= ========== ========= ==== ========= Ash Grove 1495 Barnard 123 67418 1310 Barton 1352 Beverly 199 67423 1322 Denmark 1869 1405 Edalgo 1400 Goldenrod 1395 Grant 1450 Juniata 1411 Lincoln 1,349 67455 1418 Milo 1300 Quartzite 1365 Shady Bend 1330 Sylvan Grove 324 67481 1445 Vesper 1390 Westfall 67455 1430 Wolf Creek 1470
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