Ottawa

Established 1864, incorporated 1867

“Our Heritage: a Reminiscence of Miss Grace Meeker as dictated to Mrs. John Pinney in the late 1930s

Miss Meeker’s Story of Early Ottawa

A Timeline of Utilities in Ottawa, Kansas

Sturr Letter Tells of Life in Old Ottawa

Lawrence Lamb’s Recollections of Main Street

Clarence Moody’s memories of Ottawa

Transcription of scanned newspaper article: “Performing Arts History Rich in Benevolence” by John Mark Lambertson

Transcription of scanned newspaper article: “Ottawa Wore Strait Lace at an Early Age” by John Mark Lambertson

Transcription of scanned newspaper article: “Ottawa’s Lost Treasures” by John Mark Lambertson

Transcription of scanned newspaper article: “Local Holocaust of ’36 Left Lasting Legacy” by John Mark Lambertson

Transcription of scanned newspaper article: “Ex-Capitol Nourished an Infant Ottawa” (The Legend of Minneola, Part II) by John Mark Lambertson

Transcription of scanned newspaper article: “Doing What Came Naturally: The Birth of Ottawa” by John Mark Lambertson

Transcription of scanned newspaper article: “Algonquian Indians the Source of Ottawa’s Name” by John Mark Lambertson

Transcription of scanned newspaper article: “First Downtown Store ‘Linked’” by John Mark Lambertson

Transcription of three scanned newspaper articles: “Ottawa Was Born to Difficult Times,” “Ottawa Grew With History,” and “Gradually the Town Becomes a Home” by John Mark Lambertson

 

 


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