Bring the story of Fort Scott to your site. We occasionally work with teachers and other organizations who request speakers for their classes or events. Booking depends on proximity to Fort Scott and availability of staff members. Call 620-223-0310 or email us to schedule an offsite program. We request at least four weeks advance notice. We could also arrange to provide a speaker through videoconferencing with four weeks advance notice.
Did You Know?
Politics made strange bedfellows. John Little, a proslavery man, was shot to death at his father's store, by free state men who raided Fort Scott in December 1858. A friend, George Crawford, a free state man, was staying with Little that night. Crawford had once been the target of proslavery men.