Kansas World War II Historical Society
Brings together people with an interest in the civilian and military history of the period. Includes photos, re-enacting information, member directory, veterans profiles, and links.
Orphan Trains of Kansas
Tells the story of the 5,000-6,000 children that were placed in Kansas homes between 1867 and 1930.
The Kansas Collection
Presents works on Kansas including Cutler's History of the State of Kansas and the Kansas Historical Quarterly as well as first-person accounts and reminiscences.
Historic Forts of Western Kansas
Fort Hays, Fort Larned, and Fort Dodge, three historic frontier forts in Western Kansas which all worked together in the 1860s and are now historic tourism sites.
Collection of materials from the University of Kansas Libraries devoted to railway activity in the state from 1860 to 1890.