The Kansa indians.
The French gave the name Kansas to the state because of the "Kanza" or "Kaw" Indian tribe.
because of popular sovereignty and all the outbreaks between Kansas and Nebraska (border ruffians) there was a newspaper made that gave the name bleeding Kansas
Kansas Jack's birth name is Kansas Starr.
Kansas Carradine's birth name is Kansas Anne Carradine.
bleeding Kansas was given that name because there was allot of violence and blood in Kansas
There are two cities that share the name of Kansas City. Kansas City is located in Missouri and in Kansas.
Kansas (Kansas City, Kansas) and Missouri (Kansas City, Missouri)
Kansas Moehring's birth name is Carl Moehring.
The Kansas-Nebraska Act (No, really!)
That pitcher for the Kansas City Royals. It was against the Boston Red Sox. I can't think what is name was though. That pitcher for the Kansas City Royals. It was against the Boston Red Sox. I can't think what is name was though.
who gave the naptune name and why
The name Kansas has two syllables. The syllables in the name are Kan-sas.
Their old name was the Dallas Texans. But when they moved to Kansas City, their name was after the Mayor of Kansas City, who's nickname was "chief". Hope that helps
Topeka is the capital city in Kansas. It is located on the Kansas River.
Xenon International Academy is located in Wichita, Kansas Xavier Drive is the name of a street in Abilene, Kansas Xeric Road is the name of a street in Waverly, Kansas
The name Kansas comes from the Sioux Indian word for "People of the south wind."
Bleading Kansas got it name because of the the war and the blood sheding that happened.
Kansas Jayhawks, Kansas City Royals, Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas State Wildcats.
The Chiefs name was derived from a poll held in the Kansas City area.
Beijerinck gave the name virus
From the Sioux Indian for " South Wind People"
yes it is because it grows sunflowers in kansas.
it gave them the advantage because most people in Kansas were for slavery
The Aztec Indian gave the the name Olmec