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In this show, explore the history of the lead & zinc mines in SE Kansas along with their economic, health and environmental impacts on the region; then we meet New Yorkers Dina Kantor and Chaela Herridge-Meyer, who documented the decline and eventual demise of Treece, KS and Picher, Oklahoma, both former mining towns; then we head underground with Trevor Morris, a docent at the Kansas Salt Museum.
Kansas Humanities Council,
Porter Cattle Co.,
Eaglecrest Retirement Community,
Crooked Post Winery, in Ozawkie, Kansas,
Blanche Bryden Foundation,
Raymond C. and Marguerite Gibson Foundation,
Olathe Ford RV.com,
Daryl and Lucinda Craft Trust,
& The Friends of KTWU
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