Chase County Historical Society and Museum
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The Chase County Historical Society Museum and Library has a unique collection of local documents, photographs, and newspapers, many of which are unavailable elsewhere. Researchers may contact the museum curator, Dawn Sisson, for further information about availabilities and research fees.
Helpful On-Line Resources
An introduction to available on-line resources, see https://ldsgenealogy.com.
For Kansas history, we recommend Kansas Memory, arranged by the Kansas State Historical Society https://kansasmemory.org.
Kansas residents have free access to
Cemetery records https://findagrave.com
Kansas genealogy, http://ksgenweb.org.
Internet Archive offers free access to many books and articles about Kansas history
Anna Arnold’s A History of Kansas (1914). Arnold was a Chase County teacher and superintendent of schools.
William G. Cutler’s detailed History of the State of Kansas (1883) contains a chapter on Chase County. It is available from the Kansas Collection, a collection of Kansas-oriented articles, books, and photographs. https://kancoll.org.