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Title The town of Cato, Kansas, Crawford County, and its early settlers [videorecording].

Imprint [2004?]


Location Call No. OPAC Message Status
 Axe Kansas Collection  978.198 T66 2004    ---  Lib Use Only
Description 2 DVDs (197 min.) : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.
Note Title from disc container.
Contents Disc 1. (123 min.) Cato tour, Nov. 9, 1996 -- Cato tour, March 29, 1997 -- Disc. 2. (74 min.) Cato tour, April 11, 1998 -- Cato tour, Nov. 4, 2000 -- I.K. Brown rock house & barn, Apr. 21, 2001 -- Simon graves 1864, March 2004 -- Brick store building 1869, summer 1994.
Summary Video tours of Cato, Kansas. Locations toured include Trogdon Cemetery, Fowler Cemetery, Coonrod Cemetery, Howard Cemetery, Nance Cemetery, I.K. Brown rock house & barn, Simon graves and a brick store building. Cato was founded in 1854 by John Rogers who moved to the area from Ft. Scott. E.J. Boring established the first post office in 1958 and named the town Cato. Cato is the oldest town in Crawford County. It had the first county fair, school, coal mining operation, and grist mill in the county.
Subject Cato (Kan.) -- History.
Crawford County (Kan.) -- History.
Rogers, John.
Boring, E. J.
Added Author Spurling, John.
Knoll, J. T. (James T.)

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