Ubiquitous Rock

April 28, 2019

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Limestone rock, found just below the soil throughout the Kansas Flint Hills, was used as a building material by early settlers in the state. Here, a house made of limestone blocks sits behind a fence made of limestone stones in Wabaunsee County, south of Alma.

Limestone rock, found just below the soil throughout the Kansas Flint Hills, was used as a building material by early settlers in the state. Here, a house made of limestone blocks sits behind a fence made of limestone stones in Wabaunsee County, south of Alma.


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