Kansas Our home on the range

Kansas is the 34th state in the United States. It became a state January 29th, 1861.

Kansas is located in the middle of the U.S.

Kansas is an agricultural state. Wheat is the primary crop. Other crops are corn, soybeans, sunflowers, and cotton.

The Topeka is the capital of Kansas.

The Eisenhower Presidential Library is in Abilene, Kansas.

Kansas has 105 counties. Many county courthouses are interesting to visit like this one in Cottonwood Falls.

The bison is the state mammal of Kansas.
The sunflower is the state flower.
The cottonwood tree is the state tree.

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Created with images by davedehetre - "fields sky" • CircaSassy - "A short history of the United States; for school use (1900)" • notfrancois - "Wheat field to forest (Roberstsau, Strasbourg)" • Sangre-La.com - "ic0417.JPG" • jimbowen0306 - "General Eisenhower" • Sangre-La.com - "ib1092.JPG" • Larry Smith2010 - "Bison 10-4-14" • AdinaVoicu - "sunflower sun drops" • blmurch - "Cottonwood Tree"

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