Beulah is a small unincorporated community in Crawford County, Kansas, United States. Beulah was founded in 1874 by a colony of Methodists. The Methodist church was completed in 1881. A post office was opened in Beulah on December 31, 1874, and remained in operation until it was discontinued on March 15, 1955.
Beulah was a station on the St. Louis–San Francisco Railway.
College football coach and innovator Homer Woodson Hargiss went to Beulah High School before it closed.
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