Pony Express riders delivered the mail between Missouri and California in 1860 and 1861. Guittard Station was built by Vermillion Creek, a dandy stop in Kansas for the tired riders. It's time to go back in time . . .
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The Patee House Hotel in St. Joseph, MO, was considered a luxurious place for lodging, served as the general office for the Pony Express in 1860-1861, and lodged the pony riders who carried the U.S. mail when they were in town. More...