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Incorporated in 1857, Olathe, Kansas played an important role as settlers moved West on the Oregon, Santa Fe, and California Trails. As a prominent stop along most travelers' journeys, the city made a majority of its income from local stores and businesses as individuals passed through.
Though Olathe lost most of its prominence with the building of the Transcontinental Railroad (the trails West had less significance), it remains a powerful force in the Midwest with large corporations such as GARMIN International, Farmers Insurance, and Honeywell headquartering operations there.
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