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Fort Scott National Historic Site
The Bleeding Kansas trunk includes a variety of materials that can be used to supplement education programs about this crucial era of Kansas History. Materials enclosed in the trunk include plays, media, historic images, and interactive activities.
- Grade level:
- Fifth Grade - Eighth Grade
- African American History and Culture, Civil War, History, Slavery
Did You Know?
All supplies had to be strictly accounted for at Fort Scott. Upon discovery of 31 barrels of pork that had turned "soft and rusty", Lt. George Wallace, post quartermaster, recommended selling it to the Indians at $4.00 a barrel rather than disposing of it.