Chapman Public Library

Helping the community to grow, thrive and connect

402 N Marshall PO Box F

Chapman, KS 67431

Phone 785-922-5448

Chapman City

Get to know our town called Chapman

We are presently a town of about 1,400 people consisting of retirees, civil service workers and army personnel, with Fort Riley only 15 miles away. There were many families instrumental in building the community around the town of Chapman. Most were from Ireland or were descendants of those who came from Ireland.

USD 473

Chapman Public School USD 473

"The mission of USD 473 represents excellence that creates successful, informed and contributing members of society. USD 473 believes in these Core Values: Responsibility, Respect, Tolerance, and Motivation. Our district vision is to empower students for life long learning."

Dickinson County

Enjoy Dickinson County

Small county charm, Dickinson County was founded in 1857. It lies along Interstate 70 in the third tier of counties from the northern border of Kansas.

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Genealogy and Historical Resources

Kansas Historical Society logo

The Kansas State Archives partners with Ancestry.com to make records available online. Ancestry has digitized the state records listed below, and is also digitizing the Kansas newpapers for its Newspapers.com website. Kansas residents can use these records for free by following this link and using their driver’s license or state ID card to login.

Dickinson Heritage Center logo

The Heritage Center offers the rare opportunity of exploring two museums within one facility: The Dickinson County Historical Museum and the Museum of Independent Telephony Both enhance our understanding of the people, culture, and history of Kansas and the Midwest.

Smoky Hill Trail Association

The Smoky Hill Trail Association, Inc., will preserve the historical legacy of the Smoky Hill Trail, promote its designation as a National Historic Trail and interpret the events, remnants and locations that represent the historic trial, the Butterfield’s Overland Despatch (B.O.D.), successor freight and stage lines and the railroad and highways that replaced this important overland trail.

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