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Kansas Historical Marker

Mission Neosho

Kansas State Historical Marker
Neosho County
      The first Indian mision and school in present Kansas was established in September 1824, about three and one half miles west of the marker. Benton Pixley, the missionary followed chief White Hair and his band of Great Osages who had migrated from Missouri about 1815.

    US-59, Neosho County
    Roadside turnout, 1.5 miles north of Erie