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Federated state of the central USA, 213,098 km², 2,764,075 residents (2006
estimate), 13 inhabitants / km²,
capital: Topeka. Borders: Nebraska (N), Missouri (E), Oklahoma (S), Colorado (W).
The territory is made up of a series of plateaus which gradually slope down
towards W with gentle undulations; between the Arkansas rivers and Kansas, to
which most of the state's waterways pay tribute, rises the ridge of the Flint
Hills, whose altitude does not exceed 400 m. The continental climate is
characterized by high temperature ranges; rainfall decreases proceeding from E
to W (where they are insufficient for agricultural needs) and often take on a
torrential nature, sometimes causing very serious floods. Kansas's economy is
almost exclusively agricultural; main crops are wheat, for which the state is at
the top in the USA, followed by oats, barley, potatoes, corn, rye, soybeans,
sugar beets. Livestock breeding (cattle, pigs, sheep and goats) is also
flourishing. Good subsoil resources, represented by coal, oil, natural gas, lead
and zinc;Wichita, Kansas City, Overland Park, Lawrence, Hutchinson and Salina. §
Visited for the first time by a Spanish expedition commanded by Francisco
Vasquez Coronado (1541), it was ceded by Napoleon Bonaparte to the United States
in 1803. Crossed by M. Lewis and W. Clark (1804-06), Zebulon M. Pike (1806) and
Stephen H. Long (1819-20), whose descriptions contributed to the rise of the
legend about the great American desert, was for a long time the uncontested
domain of the Indians. It entered the Union as a territory with the Kansas-Nebraska-Act (1854)
and as a state in 1861; during the Secession war sided with the northerners.
City (119,658 residents in 1996) and capital of the state of Kansas (USA),
90 km W of Kansas City, 283 m on the Kansas River. Road and railway junction and
active agricultural market (cereals), it is home to the food, engineering,
chemical, pharmaceutical, textile, clothing, rubber and graphic-publishing
industries. Washburn University (1865). Airport.
City (323,311 residents in 1998) of the State of Kansas (USA), 280 km SW
of Kansas City, 396 m on the Arkansas River. Located at the intersection of
various traffic routes, it is a thriving financial center and agricultural and
livestock market, home to the food, chemical, petrochemical, metalworking and
textile industries. It houses two universities, Wichita State University (1895)
and Friends University (1898). Airport.
Kansas City (Kansas)
City (142,654 residents in 1996) of the State of Kansas (USA), 236 m at the
confluence of the homonymous river (274 km) in Missouri. Second city in the
state, it boasts one of the largest cattle markets in the USA and is an
important agricultural market (cereals, potatoes, fruit, vegetables); it is also
home to the food, mechanical, chemical, petrochemical, wood and building
materials industries. It houses the University of Kansas Institute of Medicine.
City (52,700 residents) of the State of Kansas (USA), 60 km to WSW of
Kansas City, 256 m on the right of the Kansas River. Agricultural market with
food, chemical and paper industries. University of Kansas (1864).
City (40,300 residents) of the State of Kansas (USA), 65 km NW of Wichita,
467 m on the left of the Arkansas River. Railway junction, it is the
agricultural market (cereals, vegetables) and home to the food, mechanical,
chemical and petrochemical industries: nearby, oil, natural gas and rock salt