BOATS OF WINFIELD, KANSAS
AND THE COWLEY COUNTY AREA
crossing the Missouri
Wagons and Oxen Crossing the Arkansas River at Great Bend, KS. with
comments(steamboat in far background).
- Boat on
the Walnut River with Train Crossing Trestle in the Background
- J. D. McKown's report of the upper Arkansas river
to Maj. Charles R. Suter, Corps of Engineers, U. S. A. April 23, 1879.
- Report from Amos Walson re: The "Cherokee"
Steamship, June 11, 1879. Ark City, Kansas
- The Tial Trip of the Miniature Seamboat "Necedah",
Dec. 11, 1879
- Arkansas City Steamboats
A great link is the
Arkansas River Historical Timeline on the Tulsa Web by the Arkansas River
From their Timeline:
The AUNT SALLY, 85 feet long and 18 feet wide, left Little Rock on June
18, and arrived in Arkansas City, Kansas, on June 30. Great rejoicing in
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