Eureka baseball players gather for a pep talk before a game against Herreid. In the late 1800s, some of these boys' ancestors saw the town become the largest primary wheat market in the world, thanks to its location at the end of the railroad. At one time, two-thirds of the world's wheat was shipped from Eureka.

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