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History of Ferguson

The following history was taken from "The Harper County Story" by Gwendoline & Paul Sanders Copyright 1968, Library of Congress call number 68-54660, The Mennonite Press, Newton, KS

Ferguson

From the "Kansas Cyclopedia" 1912

Ferguson is a station on two railroads, the Kansas City, Mexico and Orient and the Rock Island. It is a market for livestock and grain. The first postmaster was William Kuykendall appointed July 12, 1904. The population in 1910 was forty. The railroads have been taken up, the church disbanded and there is no population. Ferguson was located on Section 25, township 34, range 8 west.

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