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Santa Fe Wet-Dry Route geography is explained

LARNED — The general area of concentration for the Wet/Dry Routes Chapters is between the Ash Creek Crossing and Fort Dodge, in the Kansas counties of Pawnee, Edwards and Ford.
The first primary project of the newly formed Wet/Dry Routes Chapter was to mark the Santa Fe Trail in Kansas.
The area of the Wet/Dry Routes can be easily accessed by simply following U.S. 56. Towns and cities along this modern-day route include Great Bend, Pawnee Rock, Larned, Garfield, Kinsley, Offerle, Bellefont, Spearville, Wright and Dodge City.
Once early Santa Fe Trail travelers left Pawnee Rock and ...

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