Nicodemus National Historic Site - Resources
By National Park Service
Feb 1, 2005, 13:20

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Emma Williams House, Nicodemus, Graham County, KS - Courtesy of HABS

These learning links on Nicodemus are excellent resources to help you explore the history of the African American in the West. This unique historic site in Kansas was the first African American pioneer town.

Nicodemus National Historic Site - Learning Links

Nicodemus National Historic Site - Historic Buildings
Explore Nicodemus bu learning more about some of its historic buildings. There are articles on the AME Church, the First Baptist Church, Nicodemus School District #1 Schoolhouse, The St. Francis Hotel, and Township Hall.
Source: National Park Service

Nicodemus National Historic Site - History
This engaging history chronicles the town of Nicodemus from the settlers arrival through the town’s decline. How does the spirit of Nicodemus live on today? Learn more in this section.
Source: National Park Service

Nicodemus National Historic Site - Timeline
Put the town of Nicodemus in historical perspective with the use of this informative timeline.
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Where is Nicodemus?
This feature section by the National Park Service explores the life of African Americans in the early West. Learn why the settlers chose Nicodemus and what it took to build a community on the plains of Kansas.
Source: National Park Service

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