Without the help of you — our gracious contributors, this website, nor any future publication would be successful. I am so grateful to ALL of you!!! Thank you so much!!
Betty Daniel Gudat, who very graciously contributed the vintage photographs of Fort Riley, Kansas. Mrs. Gudat was born at Fort Riley and her father was stationed there until the 1920’s when World War II began. Mrs. Gudat is now a resident of San Antonio, Texas. Thank you, dear reader, for your contribution!
Sarah Ann Lock, who is a descendant of the semi-ghost town of White Cloud, Kansas. Sarah added additional factional information and legends to our article. Thanks, Sarah!
Carol Brook, who added some great information to our Fort Scott, Kansas Hauntings. Thank you Carol.
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- Greenberg, Martin; McSherry, Frank; and Waugh, Charles; Ghosts of the Heartland; Rutledge Hill Press, Nashville Tennessee, 1990
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- Jameson, W.C.; Buried Treasures of the Great Plains; August House Publishers, Inc.; Little Rock, Arkansas, 1998.
- Myers, Roger; Dodge City Shootout: The Deaths of Levi Richardson and Frank Loving; Ford County Historical Society.
- Pollard, William C. Jr; Kansas Forts During the Civil War; a paper presented at the Fourteenth Annual Mid-America Conference on History at the University of Kansas, September 1992.
- Taylor, Troy; No Rest For the Wicked; White Chapel Press, 2001.
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- James, John Towner; The Benders of Kansas; Kan-Okla Publishing, Wichita, KS, 1913, reprinted 1995.