[logo: Kansas Heritage Group] [photo: Cowboy Statue on Boot Hill, Dodge City, by Dr.
Oscar Simpson, DDS, 1929. C. 1998, G.L.] [photo: Dodge City Cowboys on the Range metal statue, Dodge City, KS] [photograph: Field Near Dodge City, photograph by Dave Gunn, Lawrence, KS; copyright 2004]

City of Dodge City, Ford County, Kansas


Sam Brownback, Koch Brothers Candidate

New Dodge City -- Images of America, photographs from the Ford County Historical Society, Dodge City, KS; available September 2012, Arcadia Publishing

Historic 1878-1882 Dodge City Police Docket Book On-Line, April 2010, Ft. Hays State University Forsyth Library

New address: Dodge City, the Cowboy Capital, by Robert M. Wright (1913), Dodge City Town President/Founder; www.kansashistory.us/fordco/wright/

Ford County Historical Society, a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of the history of Dodge City, Ford County and the American West

Citizens of Dodge City to Governor George W. Glick, 1883, Twelve citizens of Dodge City, Kansas, write Governor George W. Glick, of Topeka, protesting the forcible removal of Luke Short from Dodge City; Kansas Historical Society

Dodge City: Top 10 True Western Towns of 2010, True West Magazine

Boot Hill Casino Profit Flow to State, millions of dollars leave SW Kansas

Why Not Dodge? Blog: Master Tourism Plan, Events Center, Casino, Sales Tax Issues

Dennis Hopper, Dodge City, KS; RIP, May 17, 1936 - May 29, 2010

The Beginnings of Dodge City, by Robert M. Wright, Town President

Populating Boot Hill, by Robert M. Wright

Kansas Antique Race Cars Photographs, jalopies and rails. First Annual Legends of McCarty Speedway. See: Racing in Kansas

Kansas Cowboy Hall of Fame, Boot Hill Museum, Dodge City

Kansas Historic Preservation Resources

WWW-VL: US Agricultural History

WWW-VL: Wind Power In Kansas

Great Plains Alliance for Clean Energy, Pro-clean Energy Advocacy Group


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