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Historic Downtown Coffeyville Panoramic View

Historic Sites

View of The Brown Mansion on the North West Side

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the beautiful home is situated in a commanding position atop a hill.
Inviting first and second-story verandas grace the south and west sides.
An ornate portico tops the porte cochere. The Brown Mansion was completed in 1906 and is still furnished with the
Browns' original belongings.

2109 S. Walnut Street, Coffeyville, Kansas


Ariel View of the Dalton Defenders Museum

The Museum includes many collections: Mementos of the Dalton raid;
exhibits of early Coffeyville history; mementos of Wendell Willkie who lived and taught school in Coffeyville;
mementos of baseball great Walter Johnson who pitched for the Washington Senators and lived in Coffeyville;
and much more!

814 S. Walnut Street, Coffeyville, Kansas


Ariel View looking down at the Death Alley Sign

Walk the same path taken by the Daltons in 1892 as they attempted to
rob two banks simultaneously.
In Death Alley you will see the Old City Jail which has replicas of the Daltons as they were laid out following their death.
Three of the Daltons were killed in the alley while the fourth died while
attempting to flee Coffeyville.

814 S. Walnut Street, Coffeyville, Kansas

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