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  • Legends Never Die Kansas City Chiefs Greats Framed Photo Collage, 11 by 14-Inch

    This beautifully matted collector's photo presentation is an 11" x 14" collage. It contains an 8" x 10" photo offset with an additional 3" x 5" photo, coupled with a bio. All photos and bio are bevel-cut and double matted under glass. These quality collectors pieces are designed for visual appeal. This piece comes framed in a beautifully sculpted black lacquered frame. A unique collectible for any fan and they make a great gift as well.

    • Color: Kansas City Chiefs
    • Brand: Legends Never Die
    • ASIN: B00MHWOIB6
    • UPC: 724098816953
    • Part No: 11695U

  • Kansas City Chiefs Legends: The Greatest Coaches, Players and Front Office Execs in Chiefs History

    The Kansas City Chiefs have enjoyed great success the last 50-plus years, having played in Super Bowl I, and later winning their first title in Super Bowl IV. Now the Chiefs appear to be on the verge of winning the Super Bowl once again!In Kansas City Chiefs Legends, fans can relive the best of a golden era of football with stories from Patrick Mahomes, Andy Reid, Travis Kelce, Len Dawson, Christian Okoye, Jamaal Charles, Priest Holmes, Nick Lowery, Deron Cherry and other Chiefs greats.Watch as Mahomes takes the city and NFL by storm throwing 50 touchdown passes and winning the NFL MVP award in his first year as a starting quarterback. Dance with Kelce as he becomes the best tight end in the game. Hear the roar of the crowd after a Derrick Thomas sack. And go for a ride with Okoye as he runs over and away from defenders.From Lamar Hunt founding the franchise, to the days of Hank Stram and his innovative new offense, to the Marty Schottenheimer and Carl Peterson years, to the team’s run to the 2019 AFC championship game, it’s all here in Kansas City Chiefs Legends, the ultimate tribute book for fans of Chiefs Kingdom.

    • ASIN: 1733269703

  • Kansas Pacific

    • ASIN: B01613KKCM

  • Kansas Myths and Legends: The True Stories behind History's Mysteries (Legends of the West)

    Kansas Myths and Legends explores unusual events, unsolved crimes, and legends in Kansas’s history. Each episode included in the book is a story unto itself, and the tone and style of the book is lively and easy to read for a general audience interested in Texas history. The more than a dozen stories answer questions such as: Is it possible that a family of four living on the Kansas prairie got away with serial murder for more than three years and escaped to another part of the country to continue their killing spree? Are there still remnants of a late widow’s fortune buried throughout her property? Is the well-marked grave of Buffalo Bill Cody indeed his final resting place, or did some loyal friends surreptitiously remove him from Colorado and fulfill his last wish to be buried near his namesake town? From rumors of the Dalton gang’s buried treasures to the disappearance of an entire town, Kansas Myths and Legends makes history fun and pulls back the curtain on some of the state's most fascinating and compelling stories.

    • ASIN: B074XHT2YX

  • Jabali - A Kansas City Legend

    This book tells the story of Warren (Armstrong) Jabali, a remarkably gifted person who played basketball in Kansas City in the early 1960s. It does not tell the entire story of his life but it does tell the story of his career, and to a considerable extent, the story of his intellectual life and the impact he had on others.After high school, Warren starred at Wichita State University where, at 6’2”, he ranks among its all-time leaders in points, rebounds and assists. In the American Basketball Association (ABA), he was Rookie of the Year, four times an All-Star, and Most Valuable Player in the 1973 ABA All-Star game.  Jabali, in Swahili, means a large, conspicuous rock. It is the name Warren adopted in announcing his commitment to the African-American community. His principal concern from the time he left college was, in his words, “the standing of African-American people in the human community.”This book is an effort to keep alive his memory in the Kansas City area and beyond. It is rare that a young man in high school so electrifies a community. Rare, also, that he should go on a journey that—through trails and tribulations—rendered him a hero to so many.

    • ASIN: 0578482355

  • 8 Movie Family Adventure Collection (The Legend of Wolf Mountain / Walking Thunder / The Trackers / Kansas Legends of the Ruby Silver / Long Road Home / Time of the Wolf / Pony Express Rider)

    8 MOVIE FAMILY ADVENTURES COLLECTION DESCRIPTION THE LEGEND OF WOLF MOUNTAIN Three children are kidnapped and taken to the forest by escaped convicts. There they escape but are pursued by the convicts. Forest rangers and police set out to rescue them. WALKING THUNDER In the 1850s, a young boy and his family on their way west become stranded in the Rockies. THE TRACKERS When a rancher's daughter is kidnapped by Apaches, he forms a posse and sends for the U.S. Marshal but an African-American Deputy Marshal shows up instead. KANSAS When a single mother and high-powered Chicago ad executive returns to her home town in Kansas to care for her ailing father, she rediscovers the joys and hardships of farm life. LEGEND OF THE RUBY SILVER With promises of riches a recently widowed woman and her son who were struggling to make ends meet go to help work to restart the Ruby Silver mine. LONG ROAD HOME Ertie Robertson, a man with incredible strength and aggressive thoughts, does everything he can to keep his family alive. TIME OF THE WOLF A boy makes an unusual and dangerous friend in this family drama. Aaron McGregor (Devin Douglas Drewitz) is a young boy who, after the death of his parents, goes to live with his aunt and uncle in a rural community. PONY EXPRESS RIDER In 1861 Texas, th...

    • ASIN: B07P1ZF368
    • UPC: 096009285944

  • Tervis 1257368 NFL Kansas City Chiefs Legend Tumbler with Wrap and Red Lid 16oz Mug, Clear

    Game day is here, so support your team with this quintessential tumbler. Tervis tumblers are double-wall insulated to keep hot drinks hot and cold drinks cold, helping to reduce condensation. They are microwave and dishwasher safe, fit most drink holder

    • Color: Clear
    • Brand: Tervis
    • ASIN: B078T29B1N
    • UPC: 888633650652
    • Part No: 1257368

  • Kansas University Basketball Legends

    "The University of Kansas's men's basketball team is one of the oldest and most successful in the history of college basketball; the very inventor of thesport, Dr. James Naismith, was KU's first coach. Its long and illustrious history began in 1898 and includes some of the biggest names in the game, fromlegends like Wilt Chamberlain to "secret weapons"; like Andrea Hudy, the onlyf emale strength and conditioning coach in the division. Longtime Jayhawk enthusiast Kenn Johnson offers up a unique and in-depth look at the players,coaches and other personalities who helped make the University of Kansas basketball program the unparalleled tradition it is today"

  • Kansas City Royals Nike Legend Wordmark 1.5 Performance T-Shirt - Royal

    You've been a die-hard Kansas City Royals fan for a long time and are looking for a new way to express your unending devotion. This Kansas City Royals Legend Wordmark 1.5 performance T-shirt from Nike is the tee for you. It features a printed Kansas City Royals wordmark at the center so wherever you wear it, people will see your loyalty and fandom. Dri-FIT technology is built into this tee to wick away any moisture from your body.

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    Nike North Carolina Tar Heels Women's Pacer Shorts

  • Legends of The Kaw: The Folk-Lore of the Indians of the Kansas River Valley - eBook

    A legend, according to Webster, is any story, be it truth or fiction, which dates back to early days. In this connection, it may be of interest to the reader to know that the stories of adventure in this volume are founded upon real events; but, wherever it has seemed best, names have been changed. In committing to paper the histories of Maune´, the Chippewa girl, and Henry Rogers, there has been practically no deviation from the facts as related by their descendants. The incidents described in the last story were narrated by the daughter of an Indian agent, who lived many years with the Shawnees. The writer has spent a portion of her life in the West, and having been located for a number of years in an old mission town, has witnessed the bean dance, the corn dance and the war dance. Her small strength has been exerted, more than once, to assist in beating back the edges of a great fire, which threatened to creep over the narrow strip of plowed ground outside the fences enclosing a prairie home. Reliable information has been obtained through conversation with old settlers and their families. An army officer, whose long life in the Indian country renders his statements of great value, detailed many facts concerning the Sioux. Interviews with the natives and their descendants have brought out strange traditions and superstitions. The works of Henry R. Schoolcraft—regarding the habits, customs and languages of the aborigines,—the writings of George Bird Grinnell and Daniel G. Brinton have proved exceedingly helpful. Although statistics show, within the last few years, an apparent increase of the Indian population of the United States, comparatively few included therein, are of purely Indian extraction. The red race, as a separate people, is fading from the earth; and there will come a time when the mythology of America will be almost as eagerly studied as that of Greece and Rome. The general public has an erroneous idea of the Indian of the present time. He has passed through the first period—that of wildness and barbaric splendor,—and, emerging from the second epoch—the state of drunken semi-civilization,—has entered upon a career of greater mental activity. With the exception of a few strong inherited tendencies, he now differs but little from his paler-faced brother. The prevailing notion concerning the natives has been formed from the worst class—the idle, uncleanly beggars. It is unjust to judge a whole people by the most degraded specimens. Through intermarriage, the remnants of the aborigines are rapidly becoming a part of the white race and engrafting upon it, not only their peculiarities of temperament but also their strength and determination.

  • Kansas Myths and Legends : The True Stories Behind History's Mysteries

    Each episode included in this book explores unusual events, unsolved crimes, and legends in Kansas's history. From rumors of the Dalton gang's buried treasures to the disappearance of an entire town, Kansas Myths and Legends makes history fun and pulls back the curtain on some of the state's most fascinating and compelling stories.

  • Kansas City Chiefs Nike Sideline Line of Scrimmage Legend Performance T-Shirt - Red

    Do you want to experience the electricity of the game day crowd washing over you all the time? You'll be able to get that feeling when you put on this Kansas City Chiefs Sideline Line of Scrimmage Legend performance T-shirt. This Nike tee features awesome Kansas City Chiefs graphics on the chest and is built with Dri-FIT technology, which will wick moisture away from your body.

  • Kansas City Chiefs Nike Legend Performance Logo Essential 3 T-Shirt - Black

    You've been a longtime supporter of the Kansas City Chiefs, so now show your devotion in a new way when you get this Legend Logo Essential 3 performance T-shirt from Nike. It's a perfect tee for game day because it features Dri-FIT technology which helps wick away moisture from your body to keep you nice and comfortable. The printed Kansas City Chiefs graphics at the center of the top will show everyone that you're the #1 fan.