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Saline  County, one of the central counties of the state, is the fourth county south from Nebraska, and the eighth from the Missouri river, the 6th principal meridian forming its eastern boundary line. It is bounded on the north by Ottawa county; on the east by Dickinson; on the south by McPherson, and on the west by Ellsworth and Lincoln. The name Saline was given to the river, and later to the county on account of the salt marshes in this section.

 

County Seat: Salina, Kansas

Date organized:1859

County History:

  1. Blackmar's Kansas Cyclopedia, Saline County 
  2. Cutler's History of the state of Kansas, Saline County 
  3. Saline County on Wikipedia

Historic Landmarks, State, National:

  1. National and State Register of Historic Places 
  2. Coronado Heights
  3. Rolling Hills Zoo 

County Historical Society:

  1. Smokey Valley Genealogical Society 
  2. Smoky Hill Museum | Facebook 
  3. Central Kansas Flywheels Yesteryear Museum | Facebook 
  4. Salina Art Center  | Facebook

Websites about the county:

  1. Saline County Government  | Facebook 
  2. City of Salina, Kansas 
  3. City of Brookville, Kansas
  4. Kansas Wesleyan University
  5. The Salina Journal Newspaper 
  6. Peterson Farm Bros. The Peterson Farm Brothers are local farmers near Assaria, Kansas.  They not only farm, but also are musicians.  You can discover their music on their YouTube Channel.

 

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