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The view, looking upward, from the bottom of the Big Well in Greensburg, Kansas. Full Story   Look Down to Think Forward In the 1880s, the Gilbert brothers planned to create the Eureka Canal, which would divert water from the Arkansas River through Southwestern Kansas. However, the canal did not produce what the plans promised. Full Story A mural at the Stanton County Museum depicts thepre-historic animals that lived in the Western Interior Sea. Full Story   Can You Dig It? In the 1880s, the Gilbert brothers planned to create the Eureka Canal, which would divert water from the Arkansas River through Southwestern Kansas. However, the canal did not produce what the plans promised. Full Story A view of the dense plant-life that surrounds the pond at the Dyck Arboretum of the Plains in Hesston, Kansas. Full Story   Horse Fossils and Buffalo Grass: Life on the Equus Beds Aquifer In the 1880s, the Gilbert brothers planned to create the Eureka Canal, which would divert water from the Arkansas River through Southwestern Kansas. However, the canal did not produce what the plans promised. Full Story Community members stand around the sign designating the ULAR Watershed District Site 2. Full Story   Dams, Democracy, and Cold Cuts In the 1880s, the Gilbert brothers planned to create the Eureka Canal, which would divert water from the Arkansas River through Southwestern Kansas. However, the canal did not produce what the plans promised. Full Story A bird's-eye view of the release channel that cut through Highway 57 atop the Milford Lake Dam in July 1993. Full Story   Grant Avenue by Boat: 25 Years Since the 1993 Junction City Flood In the 1880s, the Gilbert brothers planned to create the Eureka Canal, which would divert water from the Arkansas River through Southwestern Kansas. However, the canal did not produce what the plans promised. Full Story A photographed portrait of Robert McBratney, date unknown. Full Story   "Water Clear and Pure, & Excellent for Drinking": Exploring the Solomon River In the 1880s, the Gilbert brothers planned to create the Eureka Canal, which would divert water from the Arkansas River through Southwestern Kansas. However, the canal did not produce what the plans promised. Full Story

 

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