Departing from Old Fort Genealogical Library (Memorial Hall, 221 S. National Ave.)
$5 per person.Limited to first 40 people to register - pre-registration required.
Register online at fortscott.com/events.
Questions may be directed to the Old Fort Genealogical Society at 620-223-3300 or OFGSKS@GMAIL.COM
More about the tour: Fort Scott National Cemetery was created during the Civil War and has continued to include all military since then. Local historians will walk you through the cemetery noting persons, telling reasons for memorial stones and giving important information about the military campaigns our men and women were involved in while defending the United States and our allies. Volunteer Historians will include Ken Lyon, Brian Allen and Arnold Schofield.
Bring an umbrella to keep the sun off your heads or a large hat to shade you. Sign up for the trip through the Fort Scott Area Chamber of Commerce at fortscott.com and for only $5.00 per person.
September 10th: Barnesville, Ft. Lincoln, Freedom Colony, and Mapleton
October 8th: Marmiton Massacre and Marmaton Cemetery
Last of October: There will be Haunted Tour on the Trolley
Sponsored by the Old Fort Genealogical Society, Historical Preservation Association of Bourbon County, and the Fort Scott Area Chamber of Commerce