All the chats in Kansas

  1. Chats in Allen County
  2. Chats in Anderson County
  3. Chats in Atchison County
  4. Chats in Barton County
  5. Chats in Bourbon County
  6. Chats in Brown County
  7. Chats in Butler County
  8. Chats in Cherokee County
  9. Chats in Cloud County
  10. Chats in Coffey County
  11. Chats in Cowley County
  12. Chats in Crawford County
  13. Chats in Douglas County
  14. Chats in Ellis County
  15. Chats in Ellsworth County
  16. Chats in Finney County
  17. Chats in Ford County
  18. Chats in Geary County
  19. Chats in Grant County
  20. Chats in Harvey County
  21. Chats in Jackson County
  22. Chats in Johnson County
  23. Chats in Kingman County
  24. Chats in Labette County
  25. Chats in Leavenworth County
  26. Chats in Lyon County
  27. Chats in Marion County
  28. Chats in Marshall County
  29. Chats in McPherson County
  30. Chats in Miami County
  31. Chats in Mitchell County
  32. Chats in Montgomery County
  33. Chats in Nemaha County
  34. Chats in Neosho County
  35. Chats in Norton County
  36. Chats in Osage County
  37. Chats in Pawnee County
  38. Chats in Phillips County
  39. Chats in Pottawatomie County
  40. Chats in Pratt County
  41. Chats in Reno County
  42. Chats in Rice County
  43. Chats in Riley County
  44. Chats in Russell County
  45. Chats in Saline County
  46. Chats in Scott County
  47. Chats in Sedgwick County
  48. Chats in Seward County
  49. Chats in Shawnee County
  50. Chats in Sherman County

Kansas is one of fifty states that, together with Washington D. C., form the United States of America. Its capital is Topeka and its most populous city, Wichita. It is located in the Midwest region of the country, division Northwest Center, bounded on the north by Nebraska, on the east by Missouri, on the south by Oklahoma and west by Colorado. On January 29,1861, it became the 34th US state. The geographic center of the 48 contiguous United States is located in its northern area, in Smith County. The geodesic center of North America is also located in its territory, in Osborne. This is used as a reference point for all maps of the federal government.

It is one of the national leaders of the agricultural industry. It is the largest national producer of wheat, which is why it is known as the Wheat State and Breadbasket of America. It also has one of the largest herds of cattle in the country. Agriculture and livestock were for a large part of their history their main source of income. Dodge City is considered by many to be the "Cowboys Capital of the World". It also has a strong mining industry, and is a national leader in the production of oil and natural gas. Currently, the main sources of income of the state are commerce and industry. During the decade of 1850, with the Law of Kansas-Nebraska, great number of abolicionistas and defenders of the slave work settled in this state.

It was the scene of many clashes between abolitionist and slave militias, as well as in the neighboring state of Missouri. These conflicts were so violent that he received the nickname Bleeding Kansas. Another name with its origins in this conflict is Jayhawker State. Jayhawker is the common act of abolitionists to invade slave farms in Missouri, ransack haciendas and free slaves. The best known nickname is The Sunflower State. Sunflowers cover a good part of its plains. The name Kansas originates from the Amerindian tribe Kansa, who lived in the region until the eighteenth century. Kansa means "town of the southern winds".