NICODEMUS, KANSAS

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An All African American Pioneer Town

National Historic Landmark (1976)

In 1976 Nicodemus was elevated to national recognition when it was designated as a National Historic Landmark. Recent efforts resulted in Senator Dole introducing the "Nicodemus National Site Bill" to Congress, on January 23, 1996. The Bill passed on October 3, 1996 and was signed into law by President Clinton on November 12, 1997. This legislation will provide for the preservation of Nicodemus. Not only will the few remaining historical structures be restored and maintained, but the entire history interpreted through programs open to the general public. - The Nicodemus Historical Society

DIRECTIONS: 45 Miles NW of Hays (Interstate 70) on Highway 24 between Hill City and Stockton.


HISTORY

EVENTS

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REENACTORS

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