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Category: Kansas Local History
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An old atlas of 125 years ago would reveal that what is now Haskell County was located in the Great American Desert. This territory was first divided into Sequoyah and Garfield Counties. In 1873 Arapahoe County was created. By an act of the Legislature of 1883 Kearney, Grant, Sequoyah and Arapahoe Counties became Finney County. In 1886 they were again reshuffled and old Sequoyah became Finney. That which was formerly Arapahoe was finally sliced off the southern part of Finney to become Haskell County. .In 1893 Garfield County was made part of Finney.

County Seat: Sublette, Kansas

Date organized: July 1, 1887

County History:

  1. History of Haskell County
  2. History of Sublette, Kansas 
  3. History of Haskell County on Kansapedia 
  4. Blackmar's Kansas Cyclopedia, Haskell County
  5. Haskell County on Wikipedia
  6. History of Satanta, Kansas

Historic Landmarks, State, National:

No Listings For Haskell County

County Historical Society:

  1. Haskell County Historical Museum   (620) 675-8344   Sublette, Kansas
  2. Haskell County Historical Society

Websites about the county:

  1. Haskell County Government 
  2. Haskell County on Wikipedia 
  3. City of Sublette, Kansas 
  4. City of Satanta, Kansas

 

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