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Boot Hill Cemetery 

1867-1874

. . .  in Hays City, Kansas USA

We are rounding up folklore

to publish a book.

Holler if you have some

juicy tidbits to share.  

Meanwhile, sit a spell on the

blog page and take a gander

at the Old West tales about

Boot Hill that we have unearthed. 

The Homesteader statue by local

sculpture artist Pete Felton

is located in a memorial park at

18th and Fort Street in Hays, Kansas

founded in 1974 by  the

Ellis County Historical Society.

 

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BIOGRAPHY

 Original Research Seems to Favor the Curious

to Champion the Cause

Almost immediately after moving to Hays, Kansas,

Dr. Jane Talkington became mesmerized by the  

legend around the Boot Hill cemetery located amongst

the neighborhoods around 18th Street and Fort Street.

 

After finding bits and pieces of this fascinating story,

she soon realized Old West history needed a book

that compiled the available information about

Boot Hill in Hays City, Kansas.

Dr. Talkington inherited her love of history from her mother, an antique collector, and from her father,

an author of books about cemetery records. Her daughter helps fund her college education at Fort Hays State University by selling the indispensable genealogy chart  The Cousin Finder relationship forms

for $13.64 on Amazon. 

Don’t Be a Stranger, Contact Us: 

600 Park Street, #301 McCartney Hall 
Hays, Kansas 67601
USA

HaysCityBootHill AT SYMBOL gmail DOT COM

Phone or Text: 785-592-1712 (Central Time)

Home of attorney Jacob P. Shutts was build
on the crest of Boot Hill in 1907.
This house is still standing at 1810 Fort Street. 
 

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