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Heritage Quest

(AVAILABLE ONLY TO KANSANS) Search US federal censuses 1870-1930, family & local histories, tax lists, city directories, probate records, US Serials Set, and Freedman’s Bank.

Kansas Cultural Heritage Emergency Resources Network

Kansas Cultural Heritage Emergency Resources Network is a website to aid libraries, museums, and any cultural heritage institution in preparing for and recovering from various emergencies. Additionally, the site includes information about training and grant opportunities. KCHERN does not provide immediate response assistance.

Kansas GenWeb

THE place to start for Kansas genealogists, Kansas GenWeb includes online primary source records, county histories, indexes and much more.

Kansas State Historical Society

KSHS maintains Kansas historical documents, with links to historic sites, preservation, archives, exhibits, and the Kansas 150th Sesquicentennial celebration.

Kansas Heritage Group

The Kansas Heritage Group history archives are devoted to digitally preserving Kansas' past, giving future generations the opportunity to learn from family and local Kansas history online.

WSU Photo Archives

At the WSU Photo Archives you can access, study and view over 1,000 photos of towns in nearly every Kansas county, most published before 1923.

Kansas Poetry

Explore Blue Skyways’ pioneer John Howell’s original online collection of poetry by Kansas poets. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, visit the Kansas Poets page.


Kansas History

A collection of online publications, resources and links to Kansas Historical Markers. For more information on Kansas history, visit Kansas History Online.

Natural Kansas

Natural Kansas is your portal to the many Wildlife Watching opportunities found here in the heart of the Great Plains of North America

Kansas Museums

A comprehensive list of museums located in the state of Kansas.

Territorial Kansas Online

Territorial Kansas Online is a vivid illustration of the time period 1854 through January 1861, when Kansas entered the Union.

The Western Trails Project

The two-year project aided in the creation of digital copies of source materials related to the western migration of the U.S. population.

The Kansas Collection

The voices of the past are heard again in KanColl, through nearly-lost books, letters, diaries, photographs, and other materials.