The state of Kansas

The state of Kansas (Kansas) is U.S.A One of the 7 Central Center is located in the United States. The state of the North Nebraska The south. Oklahoma With the west, The state of Colorado Bordering the East and The state of Missouri To be connected。 In addition to the northeast corner of North The Missouri A border is slightly bent, the state domain is a rectangular. Kansas flat terrain, from east to west is gradually increased. Prairie . The capital of Topeka (Topeka, also translated tonica). Kansas is the first to admit that the constitution of African American people The right to vote State. With a population of 2893957 (2013). Area of 210 thousand square kilometers. The yield of winter wheat, in fifty states of the United States, ranking first. Forty-eight, the geographic center of the continental United states.
The state of Kansas

The state of Kansas History

 State of Kansas State of Kansas
From 13 to sixteenth Century batch Indian Once the establishment of agricultural community in the Republican River and the blue river basin. In 1541 the Spanish explorer Coronado To search for gold. Here in 1682 to France, the French fur traders and Indian The frequent trading. According to the Louisiana protocol to the United States in 1803 to buy. In 1803, part of the United states. After statehood in 1861 to join the Federation, for the thirty-fourth United states.
1831 colonial. In January 29, 1861 to become the thirty-fourth state of the United states. with Sunflower Flower (Sunflower) as the state flower. Kansas, known as the "Sunflower State" Sunflower-State. Kansas state motto: "our pursuit of happiness" To the Stars through Difficulties.
The State College has 53, of which University of Kansas (University of Kansas) is the most famous. It is located in the east of the capital of Lawrence Lawrence, founded in 1864, about twenty thousand students. In addition, several famous universities in Kansas State University (Kansas State University), Ford Hays (Fort Hays State University State University) and Wichita State University (Wichita State University).
The state of Kansas (Kansas) is a state in the central United States, center is located in the United States, the state from the Sioux Indian language, on behalf of the "south wind man" (People of the south wind) post number is KS. Kansas is the first African American to The right to vote State.

The state of Kansas geographical position

Kansas is located in the geographic center of the continental United States, forty-eight. The north boundary Nebraska . South of oklahoma. West The state of Colorado . The East and The state of Missouri Adjacent.
Kansas is located in the middle of the continental United states. The northern boundary of nebraska. South of oklahoma. West of Colorado prefecture. East and adjacent to Missouri prefecture. Kansas climate, cold summer has no bitter winter is warm smoked people (Mexico Bay air flows up). Moderate rainfall.

The state of Kansas terrain

 The Mississippi River satellite map of the state of Kansas The Mississippi River satellite map of the state of Kansas
From the northwest to the southeast corner can be divided into three areas:
(A) in the high plains area is the largest, accounting for about 2/3 of the state area, height of more than 1 thousand meters, the ground has been cutting, gully appeared hill .
(B) northeast of the moraine area, the area is very small, also be cut.
(C) the southeast is the Great Plains, height of only two hundred meters.
A low-lying West High East, large areas of the high plains vast magnanimous, is flat and treeless areas, river, stream and the Canyon With an average altitude of 610 meters. Many small hills above the plain surface 30 ~ 100 meters, such as Eastern Flint hills, west of the smoky hills and red hills. Near the western border of Colorado mountain (sunflower sunflower Hill) 1231 meters above sea level, for the statewide The peak . Flint hills, free flint hills, because of the past Indian In this hilly area for flint, as the arrow with the name. The south near Oklahoma Verdi Griess The valley is 213 meters above sea level, the lowest point for all.

The state of Kansas climate

Kansas state temperate continental climate And with winter heat, temperature changes, but not for a long time. In January the average temperature of 3 ~ 1 degrees, the average July temperature of 24 to 27 DEG C. The annual average temperature of 13 degrees. The growth period from mid April to mid September, the average annual rainfall in southeast is 1000 mm, 500 mm in the west. Average rainfall in Kansas statewide ca. 690 mm. The precipitation concentrated in the summer, often with drought and sandstorm weather.
Kansas is famous for its sunny weather, there are more than 275 days of sunny Kansas every year.

The state of Kansas Rivers

Most of the river from west to east. Is the North Kansas River River, an important tributary of a river, Republican River Solomon, river, river, forest and Smokey Hill River . The South Arkansas River River, a major tributary of the Malone River tin, Freddie Griess River , Neosho River And the Marais des cygnes. In a corner of the northeast border is Kansas The Mississippi River . The river because the ground tilted to the southeast, suitable for the construction of irrigation canals, has built hundreds of small artificial lake.

The state of Kansas administrative division

County
  
FIPS code
  
County seat
  
Established
  
Origin
  
Etymology
  
County Code
  
Population
  
Area
  
Map
  
Allen County 001 Iola One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties William Allen, U.S. SenatorfromOhioand prominent supporter of westward expansion AL Thirteen thousand three hundred and nineteen 503sqmi
(1303km)

  
Anderson County 003 Garnett One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties Joseph C. Anderson, Kansas territorial legislator andBorder Ruffianduring Bleeding Kansas "" AN Seven thousand nine hundred and seventeen 583sqmi
(1510km)

  
Atchison County 005 Atchison One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties David Rice Atchison, U.S. Senator fromMissouriand Border Ruffian during Bleeding Kansas "" AT Sixteen thousand eight hundred and thirteen 432sqmi
(1119km)

  
Barber County 007 Medicine Lodge One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area Thomas W. Barber, prominentFree-Staterkilled in theWakarusa War BA Four thousand eight hundred and sixty-one 1134sqmi
(2937km)

  
Barton County 009 Great Bend One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area Clara Barton, founder of theAmerican Red Cross BT Twenty-seven thousand five hundred and fifty-seven 894sqmi
(2315km)

  
Bourbon County 011 Fort Scott One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties Bourbon County, Kentucky from, which many original settlers hailed BB Fourteen thousand eight hundred and ninety-seven 637sqmi
(1650km)

  
Brown County 013 Hiawatha One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties (Formerly Browne County) Albert Gallatin Brown, U.S. Senator fromMississippiand Kansas statehood advocate BR Nine thousand eight hundred and eighty-one 571sqmi
(1479km)

  
Butler County 015 One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties Andrew Pickens Butler, U.S. Senator fromSouth Carolinaand Kansas statehood advocate BU Sixty-five thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven 1428sqmi
(3699km)

  
Chase County 017 Cottonwood Falls One thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine Formed from Butler and Wise counties Salmon Portland Chase, U.S. Senator from Ohio and Kansas statehood advocate CS Two thousand seven hundred and fifty-seven 776sqmi
(2010km)

  
Chautauqua County 019 Sedan One thousand eight hundred and seventy-five Formed from Howard County Chautauqua County, New York, from which many early settlers hailed CQ Three thousand five hundred and seventy-one 642sqmi
(1663km)

  
Cherokee County 021 One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties (Formerly McGee County) Cherokee Native Americans, whose lands borders the county in nearbyIndian Territory CK Twenty-one thousand two hundred and twenty-six 587sqmi
(1520km)

  
Cheyenne County 023 One thousand eight hundred and seventy-three From unorganized area Cheyenne Native Americans, who inhabited the area CN Two thousand six hundred and seventy-eight 1020sqmi
(2642km)

  
Clark County 025 Ashland One thousand eight hundred and eighty-five Formed from Ford County Charles F. Clarke, Captain in6th Regiment Kansas Volunteer Cavalryduring American Civil War CA Two thousand one hundred and eighty-one 975sqmi
(2525km)

  
Clay County 027 Clay Center One thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven From unorganized area Henry Clay, influential U.S. Senator from Kentucky CY Eight thousand five hundred and thirty-one 644sqmi
(1668km)

  
Cloud County 029 Concordia One thousand eight hundred and sixty-six Formed from Washington (Formerly Shirley County) William F. Cloud, Union general in the American Civil War who chiefly fought in Kansas and Missouri CD Nine thousand three hundred and ninety-seven 716sqmi
(1854km)

  
Coffey County 031 Burlington One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties A.M. Coffey, territorial legislator and Free-Stater during Bleeding Kansas CF Eight thousand five hundred and two 630sqmi
(1632km)

  
Comanche County 033 Coldwater One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area Comanche Native Americans, who lived in the area CM One thousand nine hundred and thirteen 788sqmi
(2041km)

  
Cowley County 035 Winfield One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven Formed from Butler County Matthew R. Cowley, Union lieutenant and distinguished Civil War hero CL Thirty-six thousand two hundred and eighty-eight 1126sqmi
(2916km)

  
Crawford County 037 Girard One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven Bourbon and Cherokee Counties Samuel J. Crawford, thirdGovernor of Kansas CR Thirty-nine thousand three hundred and sixty-one 593sqmi
(1536km)

  
Decatur County 039 Oberlin One thousand eight hundred and seventy-three From unorganized area Stephen Decatur, naval Commodore andWar of 1812hero DC Two thousand eight hundred and seventy-one 894sqmi
(2315km)

  
Dickinson County 041 One thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven From unorganized area Daniel Stevens Dickinson, U.S. Senator from New York And Kansas statehood advocate DK Nineteen thousand seven hundred and sixty-two 848sqmi
(2196km)

  
Doniphan County 043 Troy One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties Alexander William Doniphan, Mexican-American Warhero and pro-slavery sympathizer in Bleeding Kansas "" DP Seven thousand eight hundred and sixty-four 392sqmi
(1015km)

  
Douglas County 045 Lawrence One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties Stephen Arnold Douglas, U.S. Senator from Illinois And advocate for the moderatepopular sovereigntychoice in the Kansas slavery debate DG One hundred and twelve thousand eight hundred and sixty-four 457sqmi
(1184km)

  
Edwards County 047 Kinsley One thousand eight hundred and seventy-four Formed from Kiowa County John H. Edwards, state senatorwho pushed for creation of the county ED Two thousand nine hundred and seventy-nine 622sqmi
(1611km)

  
Elk County 049 Howard One thousand eight hundred and seventy-five Formed from Howard County Elk River, which originates in the county EK Two thousand seven hundred and twenty 648sqmi
(1678km)

  
Ellis County 051 Hays One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area George Ellis, Union lieutenant and distinguished Civil War hero EL Twenty-nine thousand and fifty-three 900sqmi
(2331km)

  
Ellsworth County 053 Ellsworth One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area Fort Ellsworth, a Union Civil War outpost in the area EW Six thousand four hundred and ninety-four 716sqmi
(1854km)

  
Finney County 055 Garden City One thousand eight hundred and eighty-three Formed from Arapahoe, Grant Kearney, and Sequoyah Counties David W. Finney, tenth lieutenant governor of Kansas FI Thirty-seven thousand and two hundred 1300sqmi
(3367km)

  
Ford County 057 One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area James H. Ford, Union general in the Civil War who mainly fought in Kansas and Missouri FO Thirty-four thousand seven hundred and fifty-two 1099sqmi
(2846km)

  
Franklin County 059 Ottawa One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties Benjamin Franklin Orator, writer, scholar, and, founding father of the U.S. FR Twenty-five thousand nine hundred and six 574sqmi
(1487km)

  
Geary County 061 Junction City One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties (Formerly Davis County) John White Geary, Union general in the Civil War who mainly fought in Kansas and Missouri, and who later became Kansas territorial governor GE Thirty-eight thousand and thirteen 384sqmi
(995km)

  
Gove County 063 Gove City One thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight From unorganized area Grenville L. Gove, Captain in the11th Regiment Kansas Volunteer Cavalryduring the Civil War GO Two thousand seven hundred and twenty-nine 1072sqmi
(2776km)

  
Graham County 065 Hill City One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area John L. Graham, Union captain and Civil War hero GH Two thousand five hundred and seventy-eight 898sqmi
(2326km)

  
Grant County 067 One thousand eight hundred and eighty-eight Formed from Finney and Hamilton Counties Ulysses Simpson Grant, commander of Union forces during the Civil War andU.S. President GT Seven thousand nine hundred and twenty-three 575sqmi
(1489km)

  
Gray County 069 Cimarron One thousand eight hundred and eighty-seven Formed from Finney and Ford Counties Alfred Gray, Kansas Secretary of Agriculture GY Six thousand and thirty 869sqmi
(2251km)

  
Greeley County 071 Tribune One thousand eight hundred and seventy-three From unorganized area Horace Greeley, publisher of theNew York Tribuneand anti-slavery advocate GL One thousand two hundred and ninety-eight 778sqmi
(2015km)

  
Greenwood County 073 Eureka One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties Alfred B. Greenwood, U.S. Representativefrom Arkansas And Kansas statehood advocate GW Six thousand four hundred and fifty-four 1140sqmi
(2953km)

  
Hamilton County 075 Syracuse One thousand eight hundred and seventy-three From unorganized area Alexander Hamilton FirstU.S. Treasury, Secretaryand founding father HM Two thousand six hundred and thirty-nine 996sqmi
(2580km)

  
Harper County 077 Anthony One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area Marion Harper, Union sergeant and Civil War hero HP Five thousand nine hundred and eleven 802sqmi
(2077km)

  
Harvey County 079 Newton One thousand eight hundred and seventy-two Formed from McPherson, Sedgwick and Reno Counties James M. Harvey, fifth governor of Kansas HV Thirty-four thousand eight hundred and fifty-two 539sqmi
(1396km)

  
Haskell County 081 Sublette One thousand eight hundred and eighty-seven Formed from Finney and Ford Counties Dudley Chase Haskell, U.S. Representative from Kansas HS Four thousand two hundred and fifty-six 577sqmi
(1494km)

  
Hodgeman County 083 Jetmore One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area (Formerly Hageman County) Amos Hodgman, Union captain and Civil War hero HG One thousand nine hundred and sixty-three 860sqmi
(2227km)

  
Jackson County 085 Holton One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties (Formerly Calhoun County) Andrew Jackson, seventh U.S. President JA Thirteen thousand four hundred and forty-nine 657sqmi
(1702km)

  
Jefferson County 087 Oskaloosa One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties Thomas Jefferson, third U.S. President and founding father JF Eighteen thousand nine hundred and forty-five 536sqmi
(1388km)

  
Jewell County 089 Mankato One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area Lewis R. Jewell, Union colonel and Civil War hero JW Three thousand and forty-six 909sqmi
(2354km)

  
Johnson County 091 Olathe One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties Methodistmissionarywho, was one of the state's first settlers JO Five hundred and fifty-nine thousand nine hundred and thirteen 477sqmi
(1235km)

  
Kearny County 093 Lakin One thousand eight hundred and eighty-seven Formed from Finney and Hamilton Counties Philip Kearny, American general in the Mexican-American and Civil Wars KE Three thousand nine hundred and sixty-eight 870sqmi
(2253km)

  
Kingman County 095 Kingman One thousand eight hundred and seventy-two Harper and Reno Counties Samuel A. Kingman, Chief Justice of theKansas Supreme Court KM Seven thousand eight hundred and sixty-three 864sqmi
(2238km)

  
Kiowa County 097 Greensburg One thousand eight hundred and eighty-six Formed from Comanche and Edwards Counties Kiowa Native Americans, who inhabited the area KW Two thousand four hundred and ninety-six 722sqmi
(1870km)

  
Labette County 099 Oswego One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven Formed from Neosho County Pierre La Bette, French fur trapper who formed a peaceful relationship with area natives LB Twenty-one thousand two hundred and eighty-four 649sqmi
(1681km)

  
Lane County One hundred and one Dighton One thousand eight hundred and seventy-three From unorganized area James H. Lane, U.S. Senator from Kansas and Free-Stater during Bleeding Kansas "" LE One thousand seven hundred and four 717sqmi
(1857km)

  
Leavenworth County One hundred and three Leavenworth One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties Henry Leavenworth, general in theIndian Warswho established a fort in the area LV Seventy-seven thousand seven hundred and thirty-nine 463sqmi
(1199km)

  
Lincoln County One hundred and five Lincoln One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area Abraham Lincoln, sixteenth U.S. President LC Three thousand one hundred and seventy-four 719sqmi
(1862km)

  
Linn County One hundred and seven Mound City One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties Lewis Fields Linn, U.S. Senator from Kentucky whose family was later involved in the settlement of Kansas LN Nine thousand four hundred and forty-one 599sqmi
(1551km)

  
Logan County One hundred and nine Oakley One thousand eight hundred and eighty-eight Formed from Wallace County (formerly named St. John County) John Alexander Logan, prominent Union Civil War general and U.S. Senator from Illinois LG Two thousand seven hundred and eighty-four 1073sqmi
(2779km)

  
Lyon County One hundred and eleven Emporia One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties (Formerly Breckenridge County) Nathaniel Lyon, first Union general to be killed in the Civil War LY Thirty-three thousand seven hundred and forty-eight 851sqmi
(2204km)

  
Marion County One hundred and fifteen Marion One thousand eight hundred and sixty From unorganized area Francis Marion, American Revolutionary Warhero MN Twelve thousand three hundred and forty-seven 943sqmi
(2442km)

  
Marshall County One hundred and seventeen Marysville One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties Frank J. Marshall, state representative who became locally known for operating the first ferry over theBig Blue River MS Ten thousand and twenty-two 903sqmi
(2339km)

  
McPherson County One hundred and thirteen McPherson One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area James Birdseye McPherson, prominent Union Civil War general MP Twenty-nine thousand three hundred and fifty-six 900sqmi
(2331km)

  
Meade County One hundred and nineteen Meade One thousand eight hundred and eighty-five Formed from Finney, Ford and Seward Counties George Gordon Meade, Union Civil War general best known for his victory at theBattle of Gettysburg ME Four thousand three hundred and ninety-six 978sqmi
(2533km)

  
Miami County One hundred and twenty-one Paola One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties (Formerly Lykins) Miami Native Americans, who lived in the area MI Thirty-two thousand six hundred and twelve 577sqmi
(1494km)

  
Mitchell County One hundred and twenty-three Beloit One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area William D. Mitchell, Union captain and Civil War hero MC Six thousand three hundred and fifty-five 700sqmi
(1813km)

  
Montgomery County One hundred and twenty-five Independence One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven Formed from Wilson County Richard Montgomery, Revolutionary War hero MG Thirty-four thousand four hundred and fifty-nine 645sqmi
(1671km)

  
Morris County One hundred and twenty-seven Council Grove One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties (Formerly Wise County) U.S., Senator from Ohio and anti-slavery advocate MR Five thousand eight hundred and fifty-four 697sqmi
(1805km)

  
Morton County One hundred and twenty-nine Elkhart One thousand eight hundred and eighty-six Formed from Seward County Oliver P. Morton, Governor of Indianaand prominent anti-slavery advocate MT Three thousand one hundred and sixty-nine 730sqmi
(1891km)

  
Nemaha County One hundred and thirty-one One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties (Formerly Dorn County) Nemaha River, which passes through the county NM Ten thousand one hundred and thirty-two 719sqmi
(1862km)

  
Neosho County One hundred and thirty-three Erie One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties (Formerly Dorn County) Neosho River, which passes through the county NO Sixteen thousand four hundred and six 572sqmi
(1481km)

  
Ness County One hundred and thirty-five Ness City One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area Noah V. Ness, Corporal in7th Regiment Kansas Volunteer Cavalryduring Civil War NS Three thousand and sixty-eight 1075sqmi
(2784km)

  
Norton County One hundred and thirty-seven Norton One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area (Formerly Billings (1873-9) Orloff Norton, Union captain and Civil War hero NT Five thousand six hundred and twelve 878sqmi
(2274km)

  
Osage County One hundred and thirty-nine Lyndon One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties (Formerly Weller County) Osage River, which flows through the county OS Sixteen thousand one hundred and forty-two 704sqmi
(1823km)

  
Osborne County One hundred and forty-one Osborne One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area Vincent B. Osborne, Union soldier and Civil War hero OB Three thousand eight hundred and six 893sqmi
(2313km)

  
Ottawa County One hundred and forty-three Minneapolis One thousand eight hundred and sixty From unorganized area Ottawa Native Americans, who lived in the area OT Six thousand and seventy-two 721sqmi
(1867km)

  
Pawnee County One hundred and forty-five Larned One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area Pawnee Native Americans, who lived in the area PN Six thousand nine hundred and twenty-eight 754sqmi
(1953km)

  
Phillips County One hundred and forty-seven Phillipsburg One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area State, legislator who pushed for creation of the county, and later U.S. Representative PL Five thousand five hundred and nineteen 886sqmi
(2295km)

  
Pottawatomie County One hundred and forty-nine Westmoreland One thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven Formed from Calhoun and Riley Pottawatomie Native Americans, who lived in the area PT Twenty-two thousand three hundred and two 844sqmi
(2186km)

  
Pratt County One hundred and fifty-one Pratt One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area Caleb Pratt, Union lieutenant and Civil War hero PR Nine thousand seven hundred and twenty-eight 735sqmi
(1904km)

  
Rawlins County One hundred and fifty-three Atwood One thousand eight hundred and seventy-three From unorganized area John Aaron Rawlins, prominent Union Civil War general RA Two thousand five hundred and sixty 1070sqmi
(2771km)

  
Reno County One hundred and fifty-five Hutchinson One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area Jesse L. Reno, prominent Union Civil War general RN Sixty-four thousand four hundred and thirty-eight 1254sqmi
(3248km)

  
Republic County One hundred and fifty-seven Belleville One thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight Formed from Washington County Republican River, which flows through the county RP Four thousand eight hundred and fifty-eight 716sqmi
(1854km)

  
Rice County One hundred and fifty-nine One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area Samuel A. Rice, prominent Union Civil War general RC Nine thousand nine hundred and eighty-five 727sqmi
(1883km)

  
Riley County One hundred and sixty-one Manhattan One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties Bennett C. Riley, Mexican-American War hero RL Seventy-five thousand five hundred and eight 610sqmi
(1580km)

  
Rooks County One hundred and sixty-three Stockton One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area John C. Rooks, Private in11th Regiment Kansas Volunteer Cavalryduring Civil War RO Five thousand two hundred and twenty-three 888sqmi
(2300km)

  
Rush County One hundred and sixty-five La Crosse One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area Alexander Rush, Union captain and Civil War hero RH Three thousand two hundred and twenty 718sqmi
(1860km)

  
Russell County One hundred and sixty-seven Russell One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area Alva P. Russell, Union captain and Civil War hero RS Six thousand nine hundred and forty-six 885sqmi
(2292km)

  
Saline County One hundred and sixty-nine Salina One thousand eight hundred and sixty From unorganized area Saline River, which flows through the county SA Fifty-five thousand nine hundred and eighty-eight 720sqmi
(1865km)

  
Scott County One hundred and seventy-one Scott City One thousand eight hundred and seventy-three From unorganized area Winfield Scott, Mexican-American War hero and unsuccessful presidential candidate SC Four thousand nine hundred and thirty-seven 718sqmi
(1860km)

  
Sedgwick County One hundred and seventy-three Wichita One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven Formed from Butler County John Sedgwick, highest ranking Union general killed in the Civil War SG Five hundred and three thousand eight hundred and eighty-nine 1000sqmi
(2590km)

  
Seward County One hundred and seventy-five Liberal One thousand eight hundred and seventy-three From unorganized area William Henry Seward, U.S. Secretary of State SW Twenty-three thousand five hundred and forty-seven 640sqmi
(1658km)

  
Shawnee County One hundred and seventy-seven One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties Shawnee Native Americans, who lived in the area SN One hundred and seventy-eight thousand nine hundred and ninety-one 550sqmi
(1424km)

  
Sheridan County One hundred and seventy-nine Hoxie One thousand eight hundred and seventy-three From unorganized area Philip Henry Sheridan, prominent Union Civil War general SD Two thousand five hundred and thirty-eight 896sqmi
(2321km)

  
Sherman County One hundred and eighty-one Goodland One thousand eight hundred and seventy-three From unorganized area William Tecumseh Sherman, prominent Civil War general SH Six thousand one hundred and thirteen 1056sqmi
(2735km)

  
Smith County One hundred and eighty-three Smith Center One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area J. Nelson Smith, Union major and Civil War hero SM Three thousand seven hundred and sixty-five 896sqmi
(2321km)

  
Stafford County One hundred and eighty-five Saint John One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area Lewis Stafford, Union captain and Civil War hero SF Four thousand three hundred and fifty-eight 792sqmi
(2051km)

  
Stanton County One hundred and eighty-seven Johnson City One thousand eight hundred and eighty-seven Formed from Hamilton County Edwin McMasters Stanton, U.S. Secretary of Warduring the Civil War ST Two thousand one hundred and seventy-five 680sqmi
(1761km)

  
Stevens County One hundred and eighty-nine Hugoton One thousand eight hundred and eighty-six Formed from Seward County Thaddeus Stevens, U.S. Representative fromPennsylvaniawho was a leader ofReconstructionpolitics SV Five thousand seven hundred and fifty-six 728sqmi
(1886km)

  
Sumner County One hundred and ninety-one Wellington One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven Formed from Butler County Charles Sumner, U.S. Senator fromMassachusettswho was a leader ofReconstructionpolitics SU Twenty-three thousand six hundred and seventy-four 1182sqmi
(3061km)

  
Thomas County One hundred and ninety-three One thousand eight hundred and seventy-three From unorganized area George Henry Thomas, prominent Union Civil War general TH Seven thousand nine hundred and forty-one 1075sqmi
(2784km)

  
Trego County One hundred and ninety-five WaKeeney One thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven From unorganized area Edgar P. Trego, Union captain and Civil War hero TR Two thousand nine hundred and eighty-six 888sqmi
(2300km)

  
Wabaunsee County One hundred and ninety-seven Alma One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties (Formerly Richardson County) Chief Wabaunsee, Potawatomileader WB Seven thousand and thirty-nine 798sqmi
(2067km)

  
Wallace County One hundred and ninety-nine Sharon Springs One thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight From unorganized area W.H.L. Wallace, prominent Union Civil War general WA One thousand five hundred and seventeen 914sqmi
(2367km)

  
Washington County Two hundred and one Washington One thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven From unorganized area George Washington, first U.S. President and founding father WS Five thousand seven hundred and fifty-eight 898sqmi
(2326km)

  
Wichita County Two hundred and three Leoti One thousand eight hundred and seventy-three From unorganized area Wichita Native Americans, who lived in the area WH Two thousand two hundred and fifty-six 719sqmi
(1862km)

  
Wilson County Two hundred and five Fredonia One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties Hiero T. Wilson, Union colonel and Civil War hero WL Nine thousand one hundred and five 574sqmi
(1487km)

  
Woodson County Two hundred and seven Yates Center One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five One of the original 36 counties Daniel Woodson, five time acting governor of Kansas Territory WO Three thousand two hundred and seventy-eight 501sqmi
(1298km)

  
Wyandotte County Two hundred and nine Kansas City One thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine Formed from Leavenworth and Johnson Counties Wyandotte Native Americans, who lived in the area WY One hundred and fifty-nine thousand one hundred and twenty-nine 151sqmi
(391km)
 

The state of Kansas Resources

Kansas river due to ground tilted to the southeast, suitable for the construction of irrigation canals, has built hundreds of small artificial lake. The main crops are wheat, known as the world's breakfast state (because the United States wheat sold in Europe, Asia and Africa, two). Followed by Lu shu. Mineral oil and natural gas production, grant thornton. Has the world's largest system in central Kansas Otis. helium Factory.

The state of Kansas population

According to the latest census, Kansas 2893957 (2013). Kansas's ethnic mix can be divided into:
The 83.1% is White The 7% is, Latin America African American, 5.7% African Americans, 1.7% Asian Americans 0.9%, Indian Aborigines 2.1%, mixed race.
Kansas's top five residents: A German (25.9%), Irish (11.5%), Britisher (10.8%), Americans (8.8%), African American (5.7%).

The state of Kansas Economics

Kansas is the important agriculture and animal husbandry, the famous communication company Sprint Nextel Headquartered in Kansas, came to the throne.
Agriculture and manufacturing are the two pillars of Kansas's economy, the former provides most of the raw materials for the latter. The total output value of agriculture and animal husbandry in 50 States ranked seventh statewide farm 86000, farm area accounted for 80% of the state, with wheat, Wheat Yield the highest in the nation, the United States "barn" say; sorghum Accounted for second; fourth for hay; beef pork accounted for fourth, accounted for eighth. Many cattle, about seven million, ranked fourth in the fifty states. The average people of the state has three cattle.
Wichita Kansas is the largest city in the state and manufacturing center, food processing, oil refining and small aircraft manufacturing known; followed by Kansas City That is the northeast industrial and commercial city, livestock and meat processing distribution center. transcontinental railroad And the road through Kansas, the state of internal and external links and convenient. A University of Kansas Kansas State University, such as the number of colleges and universities.
The state has 4300 manufacturing plants and processing plants, production from aircraft to zinc casting and other products, Wichita Has the world's largest camping equipment factory, is famous for the production of heating equipment, air conditioning equipment and the skimobile. Other important products are baby food, pet food, transportation equipment, non electrical machinery manufacturing, homes, trailers, tires, paint and dish washing machine.
Hayes city (Hays) is the largest city in the North West of Kansas, to provide local residents medical education in the northwest, Kansas, and the business needs. Located in the city of Ford Hayes State University (Fort Hays State University) plays an important role in the economy in the northwest of Kansas and the state, to provide all aspects of talents for the state of Kansas, promote regional development.
Flour processing manufacturing industry occupies an important position in the industry, canned meat processing industry developed rapidly. Rich in mineral resources, rich in petroleum, natural gas, coal, zinc, lead and chalk, the yield of grant thornton. Oak wood and wood walnut . stay The state In the middle of the Otis has the world's largest for helium factory.

The state of Kansas Culture

Topeka and Wichita have two city symphony orchestra. Located in Kankediya (Concordia) of the Brown opera house in Laurence, and the Laurence Art Center is located in the Wichita Second Century Theater aiming concerts, theater home and other performances. Kansas will be held every year many art festival, as in Linz Berg held the festival, held in warm Messiah Gould's Walnut Valley Bluegrass Festival, held in Manhattan, Kansas, the day.
The Kansas Museum of Art: Wichita Art Museum, located at the Kansas State University Helen Bense History Museum of art, the Laurence Art Center at the Wichita State University, Yuri Art Museum, located in the odd Edwin Mu Wenyibo Washburn University museum. Other states are located in the Hutcheson Museum in Kansas: (Hutchison) the Kansas Space Center, and keep the universe in Wichita. Science Center Hoste (Halstead), located in the Kansas Health Museum, located at the University of Kansas The Museum of Anthropology . Hayes (Hays) and is located in the city of Ford Hayes State University (Fort Hays State University) of the Museum of natural history.

The state of Kansas Religion

Religion
 Laurence Art Center Laurence Art Center
Kansas residents are mostly. Protestant .
71% Protestants (Protestant), 17% Rome (Roman Catholic), 2% Catholics and other Christians (Other Christian), 1% other religions (Other Religions 5%), no religion (Non-Religious).
In Kansas, the Protestants, the three factions as before: Baptist (Baptist): 16%, Methodist (Methodist): 15%, Lutheran (Lutheran): 5%.

The state of Kansas education

State university
 Kansas State University Kansas State University
University of Kansas (University of Kansas)
Kansas State University (Kansas State University)
Ford Hays State University (Fort Hays State University)
Wichita State University (Wichita State University)
Emporia State University (Emporia State University)
Pittsburg State University (Pittsburg State University)
The Kansas State University is located in Manhattan City, Kansas, is the first Kansas state public university, is a comprehensive school is internationally recognized, with excellent academic courses. Specialties include architecture, accounting and mass media.
Ford Hays State University was included in the list of the first batch of the Ministry of education of People's Republic of China foreign school accreditation awarded a bachelor's degree in China overseas territory, and there are various types of cooperation projects in more than and 30 countries around the world, is a pioneer in internationalization of higher education in Kansas. The Specialty: graphic design, agricultural science and technology, leadership and psychology.
Private University
Parke (Park University)
Baker University (Baker University)
Benedictine College (Benedictine College)
Bethany College (Bethany College)
Bethel College (Bethal College)
College friends (Friends University)
Kansas Newman College (Kansas Newman College)
Mike Folsom Institute (McPherson College)
Ottawa University (Ottawa University)
holy mary College (St. Mary College)
Southwestern College (Southwestern College)
Shi Delin (Sterling College)
Tabor College (Tabor College)
Support Rebecca Ben Voci University (Washburn University of Topeka)
Private high school
School name
Tuition
Mayr College (Maur Hill-Mount Academy)
$21250
Saint John military school (St. John's Military School)
$34100
Thomas More Prep-Marian (Thomas More Prep-Marian)
$25000

School name
Tuition
Mayr College (Maur Hill-Mount Academy)
$21250
Saint John military school (St. John's Military School)
$34100
Thomas More Prep-Marian (Thomas More Prep-Marian)
$25000

The state of Kansas traffic

An airport
 Kansas International Airport Kansas International Airport
Kansas City International Airport, Kansas City International Airport, Kansas City
Wichita Mid-Continent Airport, Wichita
An important highway
No. 35 Interstate highway
Interstate 70

The state of Kansas Scenic spot

 The Kauffman Museum The Kauffman Museum
Southwest livestock exposition, the six floor Museum, exhibition park, medical hall, planetarium, Kansas cinema, African American museum, Depp Allen live music center, Dalas Art District, Dallas Art Museum, Dallas villa, conspiracy Museum, Nanfuke ranch, Sun Dance Plaza, cattle stockyards National Historic District, museum, Chisholm trail mural, Ford Voss International Airport, Six Flags Theme Park, baseball legend Museum, Natural Science Park, Arlington The baseball field The ferris wheel.
National Park
The Central American National Park
The main landscape in Kansas: (A) the undulation of the crop (winter wheat). (B) in the pasture dotted with cattle. (C) the farmhouse built beside the barn and hay barn towering. (D) oil region has countless iron wells.

The state of Kansas An important town

 Topeka Topeka
Topeka (Topeka)
Wichita (Wichita)
Manhattan Manhattan
Levin worth Leavenworth
Laurence Lawrence
Hutchinson Hutchinson
Abilene Abilene

The state of Kansas Sports organizations

American football
NCAA
University of Kansas (University of Kansas) (Jayhawks)
Kansas State University (Kansas State University) (Wildcats)
Basketball
NCAA
University of Kansas (
 Kansas won the NCAA championship field Kansas won the NCAA championship field
University of Kansas (Jayhawks))
Kansas State University (Kansas State University) (Wildcats)
University of Kansas (University of Kansas) (Lady Jayhawks)
Baseball
Little League
Wichita (Wichita Wranglers, 2A jeans Texas The parent team Alliance: Kansas City Royal)