KANZA

Covering the EmigrantTrails of Northeast Kansas

Checking markers in Pottawatomie Co.

1/7 Checking markers in Pottawatomie Co.

Cottonwood Creek below Hollenberg Station

2/7 Cottonwood Creek below Hollenberg Station

Ferry replica near Marysville, KS

3/7 Ferry replica near Marysville, KS

Grave marker in Marshall County

4/7 Grave marker in Marshall County

Marshall's Grave in Pottawatomie County

5/7 Marshall's Grave in Pottawatomie County

Rock striations in Nemaha County

6/7 Rock striations in Nemaha County

Skoch swales in Nemaha Co

7/7 Skoch swales in Nemaha Co

Most of our area is through towns or on private land. We care for numerous graves in our area: including Roush, Marshall, Attebery and Mastin. We also keep an eye on the numerous swales and other trail related sites in this area.

Overview

The purpose of this Chapter shall be to aid OCTA in accomplishing its purposes as stated in OCTA's Articles of Incorporation. To carry on scholarly research and to identify, mark, map, and preserve the trails and associated historic sites, landmarks, artifacts, and objects, to educate the public regarding the trails, promote OCTA and its work, and develop and staff when appropriate, trail related acquisitions or preservation easements. Only a dues-paying member of OCTA is eligible to become a member of this Chapter. We welcome new members.

      Leadership

      • President: Pat Keegan
      • Vice President: John Schwartz
      • Secretary: Alicia Keegan
      • Treasurer: Arleta Martin
      • Past President: Ted Hopkins
      • Board 1: Ted Hopkins
      • Board 2: Marilyn Hines
      • Board 3: Kiera Keegan

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          Regional Chapters KANZA

          Save the Trail: Preservation
          Paper Trail: Pioneer Documents

          OCTA News

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          OCTA Activities

          Speakers Bureau

          Jan 30, 2017

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          Aug 20, 2016

          2016 Annual Convention Highlights

          Aug 01, 2016

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