Freeport


This class D-agricultural town is in the eastern part of the county six miles south of US 60. With only eight people living here in 1980, it is the smallest incorporated town in Kansas. Some of the remaining buildings include a 1902 bank, grain elevator and a 60 member Presbyterian church.



Every year the townspeople gather in the simple frame church building to celebrate Christmas by decorating a tree and having a concert.  The church is in the National Registry of Historic Places.

Source(s): http://freepages.history.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gtusa/usa/ks.htm







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