Talk:Chautauqua County, Kansas
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not sure how to do this, but i will try to get this corrected. It states that there are no lakes, rivers etc to speak of in elgin, kansas. I would like for someone to show me how to change this. There is "the big caney river" that runs through elgin, i know i used to live on that river and my ex still does. anyway the deepest part of the river is 95 ft deep at its deepest point. It runs into the osage indian reservation. It runs through several small towns in the county. There is also "the little caney river". Also from what i was told Elgin was in the 1800's was the largest cattle trading post in north america.
I would love for someone with the sources to find out more information to have all this corrected. There is so much history in this county and the little adjacent communities, like cedar vale for one. thank you (````) —Preceding unsigned comment added by Pjmama (talk • contribs) 05:41, 16 June 2008 (UTC)