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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Kansas over the years have had 9 forts.These forts were made for the U.S armies but most of them only lasted a couple of years.Only two are still activated today. KANSAS FRONTIER FORTS Fort Scott:Established on may 1842 Fort Leavenworth: Established in 1827 Fort Riley:Established in 1853 Fort Larned:Established in 1859 Fort Wallace:Established in 1865 Fort Zarah:Built in 1864Opened in 1872 Fort Hays:Relocated in 1867 Fort Dodge:Established in April 1865 Fort Harker:Built in 1864, relocated and opened in 1866 Fort Riley Fort Leavenworth Supply Headquaters Original name was:Contenment Leavenworth Always known as Fort Riley Defense Headquaters Located: on the border of Eastern Kansas Intended for:Training troops Intended for:Protecting Santa Fe Trail Stillactive Located: Kansas Located:North Eastern of Kansas East of Kansas VOCAB IMPORTANT PEOPLE Supply Headquaters:A headquarters that holds items until needed by military Custer's 7th calvary:United States Army regiment American Civil War:A war fought from 1861 to 1865 to determine the independence of the confederacy Santa Fe Trail: 19th century route through North America that connects Franklin,Missouri and Santa Fe, New Mexico George Armstrong CusterGeneral Charles Garrison HarkerGeneral Grenville M. DodgeGeneral Phillip Henry SheridonColonel Henry LeavenworthWinfield ScottH. Zarah Curtis Pesonnel Totals on Army bases Kansas13,264 Missouri11,489 Population:25,000 Population:34,993
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