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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) Kansas has four new listings on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Kansas Historical Society said in a release Thursday that the new listings include El Dorado's Amos Gish Building, where Gish ran a veterinary business in the early 1900s; the David Gorden House in Abilene, which dates back to the mid-1800s; Osage County's Arvonia School, which was the only school for the area's Welsh community in the late 1800s until 1949.
The Calvinistic Methodist Church, also in Osage County, was also added. The church was the center of activity in the rural Welsh community until the congregation disbanded in 1968.
Kansas now has 1,276 listings on the National Register, which is the country's list of historically important properties.