Microtel Inn And Suites Fort Scott

Address: 2505 South 69 Hwy, Fort Scott, Kansas, 66701, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2505 South 69 Hwy, Fort Scott, is near Fort Scott National Historic Site.
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    Travel Blogs from Fort Scott

    Lay Day in Pittsburg on the Fourth

    A travel blog entry by lindemand on Jul 04, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    It will be difficult for our guardian angel to top yesterday. The invite to the Pyles' home and Barto's chicken. Some of us started the Fourth off by joining some of the locals for a short cycle around Pittsburg. I broke off early from the ride to view the miner's memorial. The memorial is a tribute to the immigrants who settled Southeast Kansas and worked in the Weir-Pittsburg coal ...

    Chanute to Pittsburg

    A travel blog entry by lindemand on Jul 03, 2014

    4 photos

    ... tribe had agreed to be relocated from Missouri to the Niosho River by treaty in 1810. A series of mission schools were established between 1824 and 1842 by Presbyterians and later by Catholics, but all failed to convert the Indians to Christianity or to alter their hunting ...

    Government Shut-Down Means Local Sites!

    A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads on Oct 17, 2013

    13 photos

    ... both the 32nd and 33rd Presidential terms. We were surprised to learn that he never attended college, but was a brilliant man, serving exceptionally in World War I, and as a county judge and US Senator from Missouri. FDR selected Truman to be his running mate for his final term, knowing that his life was nearing its end; he wanted the right man. 82 days later FDR died.

    The many uses for Fort Scott in Kansas

    A travel blog entry by mcgovern on Jul 12, 2012

    3 photos

    ... this fort was used was as a barrier for the Native Americans, keeping them west. The people that were maintaining the fort at this time wanted to keep the Native Americans west because at the time, the American Colonists were living on the east coast. When the Westward expansion started, this became a problem because now all the Native Americans were out west and they ran into trouble when ...

    Perfect day, right winds, quite roads, nice people

    A travel blog entry by feedtheneed on Jun 02, 2012

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... a nice easy tail wind, nothing to strong but very nice....I stopped and took a few pictures along the way the churches in these areas are so beautiful with this most unusual stone.....most of the towns we have been through have the same stoned churches.....I thought very interesting.....I came across this farm and at the light pole at the begining of the drive way I thought when I first looked ahead it was a fake person they had propped up ...