How One Kansas Town Is Remembering A Group Of Unlikely Settlers
They were unlikely settlers of America’s heartland: children, shipped from New York orphanages to small towns in the Midwest at the turn of the 20th century. And the little town of Concordia, Kansas, is making sure they’re not forgotten.
C.J. Janovy from Here & Now contributor KCUR has our story.
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