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The trade brought the city further prosperity, but also a rowdy culture that agitated local residents.
The cattle trade relocated westward just two years later. Switzer introduced alfalfa to area farmers, and its cultivation spread throughout the state.
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From these will come vocations and Christian homes" (Statutes III, 4).The stockade was probably used until at least spring or summer 1865.The cattle trade arrived in 1872, transforming Salina into a cowtown. During the following two years, the territorial legislature chartered the town company, organized the surrounding area as Saline County, and named Salina the county seat.The town's growth halted with the outbreak of the American Civil War when much of the male population left to join the U. Troops were garrisoned in Salina until March 1865, and some may have returned in June 1865.
We are approximately twenty-five miles west of Topeka, the State Capitol, and seventy-five miles west of Kansas City.