Kansas Heritage Center

Thank you for your interest in the Heritage Center!

The Kansas Heritage Center is a nonprofit social studies resource center operated through Unified School District 443 in Dodge City, Kansas. Our emphasis is history — especially the history of Kansas, the Great Plains and the Old West. We maintain a research library of books, microfilm, and vertical file materials.

We publish and sell books, posters, stickers, maps, bookmarks and other products. Our catalog includes materials from other sources, too. We specialize in Kansas books and other Sunflower State items (teaching materials and gifts), but we also offer Oklahoma books and other items related to the Sooner State .

And, we have books and items relating to the Santa Fe Trail, Old West and pioneer life, American Indians and women and children.

Kansas Heritage Center staff
Kaci Norman, the newest member of the Kansas Heritage Center staff, joined us as director in 2014. Dave Webb has worked at the Center since 1984 and became assistant director in 1992. Janice Scott has been our librarian since 1995. Rhonda Jeffries was hired as our secretary/receptionist in 2009.
Available for Kansas schools and institutions
The lending part of our collection includes a video library (acquisitions since 2007 are DVD; all other titles are VHS), plus teaching kits and other learning materials. We lend to schools, libraries and institutions — Kansas addresses only. We charge a small handling fee for this service.

Click to download a current PDF listing of our lending materials.

We ship orders anywhere.

Have questions? Need catalogs? Contact us!

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by mail
Kansas Heritage Center
PO Box 1207
Dodge City KS 67801-1207

in person
1000 North 2nd Avenue
(school administration building, main floor)
Dodge City, Kansas