"Hiawatha, Kansas" Hiawatha by basstbn

Hiawatha Travel Guide: 14 reviews and 19 photos

Named in honor of the Indian brave in Longfellow's poem, Song of Hiawatha, this northeast Kansas town is located near the reservations of the Kickapoo, Iowa and Sac & Fox tribes. Its main street, Oregon Street, was name for the nearby Oregon Trail.

Known for the hundreds of maple trees lining its city streets, it is most often visited by the curious who come to see the "unique" Davis Memorial located in the city cemetery.

  • Last visit to Hiawatha: Sep 2003
  • Intro Updated Oct 12, 2003
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  • kiwi's Profile Photo
    Apr 28, 2008 at 4:30 PM

    Haha loved the yard art. Looks like some nice architecture here tho. And farmers museum must be interesting :-)

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