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curiousKC | History Questions Up for Vote This Month

From local legends like Disney to how a Missouri town was shaped

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Above image credit: (Left) Nell Donnelly Reed, the rivers in the Kansas City area and Walt Disney are the topics up for a vote in this month's voting round. (Collage | State Historical Society of Missouri, Missouri Valley Special Collections)

Part of boundless curiosity is looking back in time. We wonder why or how things came to be. We wonder about local legends’ legacies and how they got started. 

So, that’s what’s up for a vote in March. You can have a say in what the curiousKC team reports next. And if these questions inspire you to ask one of your own, scroll to the bottom of the page to write to us!

Voting ends April 4.


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