If you thought Kansas was all prairie land, you'll be very surprised by the southeastern region, which is a landscape of wooded hills divided by rivers. Throughout the region, you'll find historic towns filled with antique shops. Completely restored Fort Scott is one of the area's most famous attractions. It was established in 1842 to protect the peace of Kansas from bushwhackers. It includes Marion, Chase, Lyon, Coffey, Anderson, Linn, Butler, Greenwood, Woodson, Allen, Bourbon, Elk, Wilson, Neosho, Crawford, Cowley, Chautauqua, Montgomery, Labette, and Cherokee counties.
Southeast Kansas Independent Living Center (SKIL)
Private, non-profit corporation provides meeting the needs of individuals with disabilities, their families and communities. Includes details of services, a newsletter, a forum, and a list of offices.
Southeast Kansas, Inc.
Features a resource directory, map and information about regional attractions, education and transportation topics, newsletter, and membership information.
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