Kansas Statutes Chapter 76. State Institutions and Agencies; Historical Property § 76-2034. Home of Isaac T. Goodnow declared historical landmark
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The former home of Isaac T. Goodnow, father of the Kansas common-school system, cofounder of the first land grant university, and leader of a Kansas free state colony, located on a tract of land described as follows: The southeast quarter of section 12, township 10, range 7, in the city of Manhattan, Riley county, Kansas, which land is hereby declared to possess unusual public interest as a significant landmark of Kansas history.
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