Douglas County's Historic Sites & Local History Museums
Baldwin City Area
Santa Fe Trail Association - Douglas County Chapter: https://www.santafetrail.org/chapters/douglasco/index.html
Black Jack Battlefield & Nature Park: https://www.visitbaldwincity.com/listings/blackjack-battlefield/
Black Jack Ruts (Santa Fe Trail): https://www.nps.gov/places/black-jack-ruts.htm
Black Jack Highway Park: https://www.travelks.com/listing/black-jack-cabin-%26-park/12115/
Eudora Community Museum: https://www.cityofeudoraks.gov/100/Eudora-Community-Museum
Territorial Capital Museum and Lane University: https://www.lecomptonkansas.com/learn/lane-university-territorial-capital-museum/
Clinton Lake Area
Wakarusa River Valley Heritage Museum: https://www.wakarusamuseum.org/
Watkins Museum of History: https://www.watkinsmuseum.org/
St. Luke A.M.E. Church: Region's oldest AME Church Restoration Project 2020-2021
Preservation Related Videos
In the spring of 2020 members of the Douglas County Heritage Conservation Council visited six barns.
The following is a video that has been funded by the Heritage Conservation Council and developed by Jancita Harrington at the Haskell Cultural Center. The film is entitled, "Keeping Legends Alive," tells the story of the legendary football team at Haskell Indian Nations University and the tribes that built Haskell Stadium and the WWI Memorial Arch, which serves as the entrance to the stadium and has become a local icon.