Kansas State Seal

Many years ago, settlers moved West to make their home in what would become the state of Kansas.

The Kansas State Seal depicts the lives of those brave settlers.

The wagon train, a herd of buffalo, farming with oxen and the log cabin that many settlers built are some of the things represented on the seal.

Now, let's make our own Kansas State Seal! Here we go!

Now, let's celebrate! Happy Birthday, Kansas!

1st Grade Sunflower hats!

Credits:

Created with images by akasped - "Kansas State seal" • Fæ - "Five Navajo Indian wagons outside Hubbell's Indian Agency Store, Ganado, Arizona, ca.1870-1905 (CHS-4354)" • skeeze - "bison buffalo herd" • rhfhanssen - "farmer cuba oxen" • nannetteturner - "Old Log Cabin"

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