Old Abilene Ghost Cattle Town Kansas

$7.94

Old Abilene Ghost Cattle Town Kansas

  • Abilene began as a stage coach stop 
  • established by Timothy Hersey and named Mud Creek
  • 1860 that it was named Abilene, from a passage in the Bible (Luke 3:1), meaning “city of the plains”
  •  In 1867, the Kansas Pacific Railway (Union Pacific) pushed westward through Abilene
  • first drives went to Sedalia, Missouri, because the railroad had arrived there
  • In some areas 100 percent of the local cattle died after being exposed to Spanish fever from the ticks
  • This led to the banning of the Texas longhorns from Missouri
  • the original endpoint for the Chisholm Trail

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