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Kansas Travel Video, DVD, Sightseeing, Culture, People

  1. Discoveries...America, Kansas.

    $29.95 DVD High Definition ~ All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : BENN1634

    Discoveries...America, Kansas.
    DVD Kansas Wheat Council tour takes researches to study crops. Cessna Aircraft is known as the company that "taught the world to fly". Dodge City a rip-roaring cow town in late 1800's focus' on tourism with old cemetery and false front western town. Cattle are still big business and bison are entering the scene at Smoky Hill Bison Co. In the badlands of Kansas, just north of Scott City there's Monument Rocks. Fossil detectives at Keystone Gallery have discovered amazing fossils in this area. In Cimarron, wheat is used in the `Cow Pie' and `Wheat Nubs', special creations of the Wheat House. Artist Tracy Hett welds brass and steel into creations including his signature piece? wheat. Abstract roadside art in rural Mullinville, is creation of local character M.T. Liggett. Kansas Underground Salt Mine in Hutchinson, has removed miles of salt and replaced with vault storage and salt museum. Kansas has the OZ Museum in Wamego. The museum preserves history created forty years before the Hollywood movie. Small city of Sedan, has world's longest yellow brick road. Rawhide artist Jay Adcock makes custom whips, ropes & other items used by working cowboys. Proto-Kaw is reformed version of famous band "Kansas", and on their way after 30 years.
  2. Great Plains: Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Iowa - Travel Video.

    $22.95 VHS NTSC

    Item Code : AAAV1635

    Great Plains: Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Iowa - Travel Video.
    VHS. AAA. The Great Plains - centrally located and fundamental to the shaping of our nation's history, this robust region comprises the heart of America: Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Nebraska and Iowa. From cornfields and rolling prairie grasslands to cattle country and the rugged Ozarks, you'll find a variety of vacationing opportunities. Trace the boyhood roots of Mark Twain and his mischievous Tom Sawyer, or follow the paths of more notorious characters in history, like Wild Bill Hickok. Step back to the days of old when covered wagons and steamboats transported settlers over land and waterways. Or enjoy a modern-day adventurer by exploring Native American artwork and Western wear shopping treasures, or relaxing at a fashionable resort. This 60-minute video takes you from highlands to lowlands on a memorable, information-packed journey that will help you plan your own visit to this spirited region of America.