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Upon the arrival of the first Europeans, the region was populated by indigenous Indian tribes (Wichitas, Pawnees, Kansas, Apaches). The Spaniards, commissioned by Francisco de Coronado, toured the region in 1541. There was a trade in the skin from 1682 to 1739.

The region was sold by Napoleon Bonaparte to the United States in 1803, at the same time as Louisiana. The first American explorers in 1804 were Meriwether Lewis and William Clark (Lewis and Clark expedition, 1804-1806). Kansas territory was open to settlers on May 30, 1854. Dissensions immediately divided these: Was Kansas going to join the Union as a slave state or as a non-slave state? These divisions persisted during the Sécession war and gave rise to bloody confrontations between slavery and abolitionist colonists. Kansas finally joined the Union in 1861 as a free (non-slavery) state. Southern guérillas was victim during Sécession war. The development of railways (Union Pacific, Santa Fe) in the years that followed was the cause of the state's prosperity.

During the 1870s, agriculture took on a new dimension when a variety of wheat, resistant to harsh winters, was introduced in the state. In 1900, any Kansas colonized. The mechanization of production and the commercialization of products brought agriculture into the great American capitalism, during the twentieth and century. The exploration of the subsoil (fossil energies) and the implantation of new industries (aeronautics) allowed the economy to diversify.

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Kansas Public Schools by County

Universities in Kansas

Kansas State University in Manhattan
Kansas State University was founded in 1863, making it the oldest university in the state of Kansas. Since 1875, the university has been on its current campus in the city of Manhattan. Kansas State University is a renowned university in the fields of atomic, molecular and optical physics as well as in the field of cell and developmental biology. In 2008 part of the campus was devastated by a tornado. Erin Brockovich also studied at Kansas State University, who was made a memorial by filming with Julia Roberts. Around 24,000 students are currently studying at the following faculties:

  • architecture
  • Agricultural sciences
  • Engineering
  • art
  • medicine
  • pedagogy
  • Economics

Washburn University in Topeka
The state-owned Washburn University in the city of Topeka was founded in 1865, at that time still under the name Lincoln College. The Mulvane Art Museum and Crane Observatory are further attractions on the university campus. Approximately 7,300 students are currently studying at Washburn University.

Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence
The state Haskell Indian Nations University is a special university because it is only for members of Indian tribes.
Haskell Indian Nations University is located in the city of Lawrence in northeast Kansas.
The history of the facility dates back to 1884, when it was founded as a boarding school for Indian children to remove them from their culture and to transform them. Only since 1993 has the university been the opposite. About 1,000 students study at Haskell Indian Nations University. The Haskell Indian Nations University has a very beautiful campus, on which there are 12 buildings that are on the list of historic places.

University of Kansas in Lawrence
The state University of Kansas in the city of Lawrence is the largest in Kansas with approximately 30,000 enrolled students. The university was founded in 1865 and the University of Kansas was the first US university to introduce sociology. The main campus is located in Lawrence, but the University of Kansas has other campuses in Kansas City, Kansas, Overland Park, Parsons, Wichita, and Topeka. With the former student Vernon L. Smith, the University of Kansas also has a Nobel Prize winner (economics). The University also includes the Kansas Natural History Museum and the Helen Foresman Spencer Museum of Art. The following faculties exist at the university:

  • architecture
  • Humanities
  • Health sciences
  • Engineering
  • journalism
  • art
  • medicine
  • pedagogy
  • pharmacy
  • physics
  • law Sciences
  • Social sciences
  • Economics

 


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