KTWU Sunflower Journeys


Season 33 Episode 3 | 28m 27s

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We explore the Chautauqua Hills of Southeast Kansas with geologist Rex Buchanan and botanist Craig Freeman; next we learn about the relationship between Chautauqua events and the women’s rights movement from historian Sarah Bell of the Watkins Museum in Lawrence; finally we revisit a story on the women’s march of 1921 in Crawford county.

Aired: 09/24/20 | Rating: NR

Humanities Kansas, Porter Cattle Co., Eaglecrest Retirement Community, TravelKS.com, Crooked Post Winery, in Ozawkie, Kansas, Blanche Bryden Foundation, & The Friends of KTWU

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