There are 19 Kansas web directory related resources in this category!

  • American Jazz Museum
    Official website for the American Jazz Museum in Kansas City. Makes available details on exhibits, performances, storytelling, poetry jams, open rehearsals and provides online tickets.

  • Animal Outreach of Kansas
    An animal protection all-volunteer and non-profit activist group. The site provides information about the group, events, articles, links, campaigns as well as contact and donations details.

  • Artists In Kansas
    Directory of Kansas artists, art centers, art galleries, art museums, art groups, national art/artists organizations and additional art sites.

  • Biking Across Kansas
    Offers several sections, from registration, route map, info, contact, discussions to photos or archives.

  • Claridge Court
    Community that offers residency to seniors. The website contains details about the community, care, lifestyle and a decision guide.

  • Coffey County Library
    Features contact details, information about the library, activities, resources, programs, material, local links, interlibrary loans, online catalog and the Kansas State Library catalog.

  • Community Bankers Association of Kansas
    CBAK's official website featuring details about the association, membership events, advocacy, education, training, associate members, newsletter subscriptions, CBS endorsed providers and contact.

  • Kansas Academy of Science
    KAS's official website, providing news, announcements, council meeting minutes, bulletin, history and transactions of the KAS, constitution and bylaws.

  • Kansas Arts Foundation
    The website features details about the foundation's vision and mission, board of directors and other pages for donations, gift and grants policies, memorials, contributors, photo gallery and contact.

  • Kansas Authors Club
    KAC's official website, providing member news, club history, listings of writers in the community and district presidents, benefits, archives and a historical calendar.

  • Kansas Press Association
    Focused on preserving and expanding a free flow of information to the public. The site includes info about the association, member resources, ad services, contests and quick links.

  • Kansas State Information
    This site provides several facts about Kansas including the state symbol, the capital and the climate. The site also provides visitors with a biography of famous Kansans. Users can also explore the constitution of Kansas and get information about the many colleges and universities in Kansas.

  • Moore Ranch
    The homepage features a testimonials, events, rates, longhorn cattle drives, ranch experience vacations, lodging, directions, shop, phone number, photos and videos.

  • The Official Website of the State of Kansas
    Offers information about various resources for citizens, visitors, students, seniors and veterans. In addition the site offers information to business owners concerning required licensing and tax information. This is an informative site for anyone living in or moving to Kansas.

  • The Wichita Eagle
    This website provides local news for Wichita and state news for Kansas. The site features job announcements, obituaries, entertainment news, real estate and classifieds. The site offers users a free online subscriptions and subscribers are kept up-to date on special events occurring in the community.

  • Tourism Division, Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks & Tourism
    The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks & Tourism has designed this site with visitors in mind. The site presents information about all the national parks and historic sites throughout Kansas. Visitors can plan trips and even find out where to eat and shop while staying in Kansas.

  • Travel Industry Association of Kansas
    TIAK's official website, promoting dialog and business with TIAL members, featuring mission, goals, education, news, member directory, board of directors and committees.

  • United Way of Greater Kansas City
    Promotes giving, donations, advocacy in the community, volunteering and provides the annual report, details about the organization's work and campaigns.

  • Wikipedia – Kansas
    Wikipedia page about the US state of Kansas, where general information about the state's history, geography, demographics, climate, education, health, economy and culture can be found.

Located in the Midwestern United States, Kansas was named after the Native American Tribe Kansa. The state was opened to settlement in 1854 and Kansas faced long drawn out battles between abolitionists and pro-slavery advocates. Kansas eventually became a free state in 1861 when it became a part of the union. Population growth in Kansas was at its peak following the civil war.

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Kansas, USA

Kansas is a remarkable place to visit for any history enthusiast. The state is home to several historic sites including the Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site located in Topeka, Kansas. This landmark commemorates the Supreme Court decision which determined that segregation in American schools was unconstitutional.

The states bordering Kansas include Nebraska, Missouri, Oklahoma and Colorado. The state has a generally flat topography with a large portion of the state lying within the great central plan. The remainder of the states is composed of hills, rivers and forests. The major rivers in the state are the Missouri River and the Kansas River.

Kansas is a state rich in American history that is growing and expanding daily. Visitors to this great state will not be disappointed with the scenic landscape or the kindness of the people.