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Engineered Irony: Octave Chanute’s Kansas City Bridge

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For adults

 

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David W. Jackson
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Join historian David W Jackson as he examines the engineering marvel that transformed frontier Kansas City into the metropolis of today and recounts the fanfare that led up to the Hannibal Bridge's dedication on July 3, 1869. Hear stories of men and women who constructed the bridge and see never-before-compiled images.

 

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