Under a spreading walnut tree
Three wagons stood side by side
The horses grazing upon the grass
While the women talked and sighed
(From the trail diary of Carrie Sayre, 15 September 1885)

Where did they come from and where did they go?

This page is home to the KANSAS MIGRATIONS project and part of MIGRATIONS, an ongoing effort by volunteers to provide information on our ancestors' movements across the land and sea. This project is affiliated with the American Local History Network and with the USGenWeb Project.

We welcome you to submit information on your ancestors for inclusion in this project. You may SUBMIT information for ANY location by clicking on the "submit migration information" button on any of the county pages. You may SEARCH for information specifically by Kansas county [by clicking on the links below], or by surname or other location by visiting the Migrations home page.

Thanks for visiting KS Migrations. We hope you enjoy your stay!

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Most of these links have extensive links to more information on the various trails that passed through KS. Rather than repeat them all here, I'll leave you to many happy hours of making your own way through the trails of Kansas.

Have questions? Please send email to Teresa Lindquist

This page last updated on 22 July 2000

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