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Outbuildings On The Cottonwood Ranch

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The Cottonwood Ranch is a pioneering sheep ranch established in 1880 by an immigrant from Yorkshire, England, Abraham Pratt and his two sons, John Fenton and Tom. They eventually built this stone house and outbuildings. The oldest of John Fenton Pratt's two daughters lived in the house until 1978. The State of Kansas purchased 23 acres of the ranch, complete with the buildings, in 1983 and made it into a state historical site.

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Rettch

dbnc2: It sure does help pass the time when you are isolated and have to stay away from crowds because of the pandemic.

dbnc2

Thanks for sharing
It's beautiful i love all the information
JIGIDI helps make my day

jan42ful

Thanks for that info Rettch.

mackabroin

all we have here is mountains....it makes me love the flat land.....I like traveling to our interior........and washington's also.....beautiful countryside in both places......I will go and have a look at the new ones now

Rettch

Janet: I have now posted the background on these buildings that I should have posted earlier.

Rettch

Robin: This area is now a state Historical Site. I posted the blurb in the description--finally. I forgot and left this off this version of the puzzle. I published puzzles of the house with blurbs about the site in two earlier posts but forgot to include the info about its background in this post. Sorry about that.

jan42ful

What fabulous stone buildings thanks Rettch. It is still a working ranch? I see a sign there and wondered if it was historical site now. Hugs.

mackabroin

this is a beautiful picture rettch......nothing like here.....but it has it's own uniqueness?........thanks..