Day 97- 3 short stories from Kane’s history

It’s Wednesday night so it’s history night! And it’s the last one for 100 Days. But don’t worry, we will continue to have history nights sometime in the future.

Tonight John Marconi, Wendy Oakes and Denny Driscoll share one last short story each about Kane’s history.


A few pictures:


The sign in front of the Depot has an interesting story of how it got there


Two bullets that misfired from General Kane’s gun


One side of the note General Kane wrote and put inside the box with the misfired bullets


Other side of the note


The ticket window, where everyone who came through this Depot as a train passenger went


The floor below the ticket counter, a place where each passenger on the train stood. And a place you can stand today to connect with history


THANK YOU to the Kane Historic Preservation Society for all the time you gave during the 100 Days sharing our town’s incredible history!❤️

What was your favorite Kane history story? Comment below.


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