Failure of railroad to materialize doomed Allison
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Aug. 14, 1919
Feb. 11, 1879
John S. Crawford June 6, 1879
Chauncy D. Wheelock May 4, 1880
James F. Leonard Nov. 12, 1885
James M. Hill April 19, 1889
John A. Shearer Dec. 26, 1889
Chauncy D. Wheelock Dec. 12, 1891
George H. Wheelock Jan 17, 1895
William E. Wilson Aug. 22, 1900
Sarah E. Wilson Nov 22, 1904
Washburn S. Miller July 28, 1905
George H. Wheelock Oct. 26, 1906
Henry S. Kirkham Feb. 4, 1907
Wilbur M. Hughes April 22, 1907
John E. Goodson Nov. 20, 1916
Plat Map of Allison
Article taken from the Allison Breeze dated Friday, December 2, 1887.
Article was taken from Allison Times dated Friday, June 1, 1888.
Allison Mercantile Store (Story and Pictures)
News Articles about Allison taken from different newspaper in 1887
Allison Christian Church
Factory and Flour Mill
In 1885, John J. Cass hired Dave Goodrich to make some
bricks from a brick kiln on his farm. The
brick factory and also a flourmill were operated by a waterwheel from a dam on
the Solomon River
The old millstone quarried in Sweden and shipped to American to grind Kansas wheat is still visible near the Solomon River at Allison.
Taken from the Jennings Times
March 15, 1889
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