15 The truth about Kansas directly
Official nickname "Sunflower State" but also known as "Wheat State", "Jayhawker State", and "Freedom State", Kansas is the 34th state to join the United States in the United States
It has a population of 2,913,314 people (as of 2019), making it the 35 most populous state.
Kansas borders Nebraska states, Oklahoma, Colorado and Missouri.
With a Total of 82,278 Square Miles (213,100 Square Kilometers) of Land and Water, It Is The 15th Largest State.
The capital of Kansas is Topeka, located in the Far East of the state.
That is enough fast about the sunflower status now, we are here to learn some true facts!
Kansas has been living at least 9,000 years.
The first person to reside with modern Kansas time is the descendant of the first people crossing the Bering Strait from the Far East of Russia into Alaska.
This child has moved to the Kansas region and decided to stay, live a lifestyle of nismuticalism for thousands of years.
It wasn't until about 3000 bCs that Kansas's indigenous tribes began to live a more stable and cultivated lifestyle, although they never gave up their trimming hunting roots.
Kansas is named after the initial residents of the region.
Kansas is actually named after the Kansas River but its way through the state.
The Kansas River was named after the Kanza when they lived along their banks, and as long as the Kansas State.
The first Europeans came to Kansas as Spanish.
It was Explorer and Conquistador Francisco Vázquez de Coronado, who first set foot in Kansas modern on 1541.
He traveled far as the center of North America to search for the golden cities, but until he went to Kansas, he gave up the search and returned.
On his journey through Kansas, he contacted many tribes of the region including the ancestors of Wichita and Pawnee.
Spain never established any settlements in Kansas.
Although they are the first Europeans to explore the region, they never do any real steps to invade it.
In 1720, Spain sent Villasur military expeditions to pass through the region and plan to violate all the roads into New France's territory in the north but they were wiped out by the warriors of Pawnee and Otoe
This finally ended the Spanish expedition to the surrounding area including Kansas, with France to establish a few transactions along the Replacement Kansas River.
Kansas has changed several times before any Europeans try to invade it.
France was the first to put a request for the region, although they did more than a few transactions.
40 Years Later in 1803, The Land Was Returned to France, Albeit Without Some 7,500 Square Miles (19,000 km²) Which Spain Wished to Keep.
The Region Changed Hands Again in 1803, This Time to the United States As A Part of The Louisiana Purchase, Who Only Recognized Spain's Claim To The Aforementioned 7.5000 Square Miles Later Print 1819.
This section handed over to Mexico's hand, who lost it to the United States in 1848 due to the Mexican American war.
Only in 1827, Fort Leavenworth, the first US white settlement area, was founded in Kansas.
The 1850s were a few years difficult in Kansas.
After Kansas declared a territory in 1854 different settlers from the neighboring slave countries of Missouri and Arkansas began flowing into and shaking local political scenes towards it as a slave nation
Soon after, a large number of migrants from Massachusetts and other anti-slavery countries (called "free stories") have settled into Kansas territory and tried to stop another slave state.
Not surprisingly, everything was bloody, so fast, to 1855-1855 called "Kansas bleeding" because many large-scale battles broke out between the two groups.
Some professional and anti-slavery constitutes were drafted and refused before the Wyandotte Constitution against slaves was finally accepted in 1859.
There are a large number of official battles officially held in the state.
The problem is actually a guerrilla war between professional and anti-slavery in the state, as well as 29 raids that the Alliance army is put into its border.
The worst of them is the Lawrence massacre in which William Quantrill raided Lawrence city, massacre more than 150 people and burned most cities to the ground.
This attack was so brutally that it was mostly convicted by both sides.
Kansas Civil War Post Office was in the center of the wild west.
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In this head as the Pacific Union Railway Company, started to build a southern segment of cross-continental railways in 1863.
This rail has opened an area to a large extent, but it also creates a room for a new era of influence, the era of the wild west.
Notably Wild West Towns witnessed their fairness about their violence and thugs, Dodge City and Fort Riley, with the following afternoon, using Bill Bill Hickok notoriously a marshal.
Alcohol was banned in Kansas for 67 years.
Kansas has been at the forefront of the ban and the first of the United States banned the production, transportation and sale of wine on February 19, 1881.
The ban in Kansas is the result of mild movement, a social movement has promoted the idea that the consumption of wine has been very bad for the whole society.
From 1905 to 1919 Kansas had a series of governors that prohibit the law for such a rigor that people say that during this time Kansas has absolutely no alcohol!
Prohibited laws are only removed in 1948, although today, the sale and consumption of alcohol is still more regulated in Kansas compared to many other parts of the United States!
Kansas's economy was almost fully wiped out in the 1930s.
Many of Kansas residents will remember their parents and grandparents talking about dusty bowls.
A large drought has caused the area since 1930 to 1941, then causing a series of dust storms that never seemed to have never blocked all the visibility with only 3 feet (1 meter).
The effect of droughts and dust storms are frozen on the cake as an economic disaster of the era, including wheat prices are falling rapidly and big depression.
Kansas is home to Twine's largest ball in the world.
Don't say this with the presence of people from Minnesota, though, because it's a bit suffering.
For years, now there was a continuous disagreement between Cawker City and the town of Darwin, Minnesota, who actually gave a claim for the title.
It all started in the 1950s when a man named Frank Stober began building a famous twine ball of the city.
Finally, it developed a giant 5,000 pound ball (2,267 kg) at the time he gave it to the city.
Darwin residents consider Kansas's ball to be less worthy of the title, though, as a man from Darwin named Francis A. Johnson has created a twine ball itself, weighs 17,400 pounds (7,892 kg)
Residents Darwin had to resign to own the profile for Twine's largest balls rolled by a single person.
Dorothy Gale from The Hit Film Wizard of Oz is praised from Kansas.
81 years later L. Frank Baum's original story was written freely city, Kansas, decided to declare honor.
In an attempt to promote tourism to the city, a farm has been converted to appear as Dorothy Gale's house, including a tornado simulation room as well as golden bricks.
On average, 50 tornadies a year tear up Kansas.
Oz witch will not really work without a tornado, and Kansas has a lot of things to go around.
In fact, Kansas pretty much in the center of "Tornado alley, an area of the US Center to experience more than fair tornado shares.
This meteorological phenomenon is just another phenomenon in a long list of harsh weather events that make life in Kansas a bit rudimentary, to say the least.
The most dangerous tornado in Kansas in the record torn over Udall in 1955.
It was 1,300 yards (1.18 km), width 192 buildings, and killed 80 people.
Kansas is the largest wheat manufacturer in the US.
Kansas not only in the center of Tornado alley, it's also in the center of wheat belt!
The state produces a lot of wheat every year that if you bake it into bread, it can cultivate the entire world for two weeks.
It is about 36 billion loafers!
Pizza Hut restaurant chain was founded in Kansas in 1958.
Pizza Hut was founded by two brothers, Frank and Dan Carney in Wichita City, Kansas.
When they established a restaurant, they are still a student at Wichita State University, and so on, they don't exactly roll with cash at the time.
To help them pay for the front costs of opening an enterprise they borrowed 600 dollars from their mother.
The business is very successful, with the opening of the second restaurant within six months and a total of six restaurants opened at the end of their first year!
For a long time, Kansas simply was ignored by all Europeans who went through the area, and it was not a small, real wonder.
At first glance, the state is none but nothing but the endless plain and steppe, but this has ended its main draw.
It was the boundless sky and seemed great opportunities for agriculture that attracted the endless number of settlers who would help the State grow.
Although Tornado regularly (or very often), it's still the case today!