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There are fewer men than woman in Kansas. The overall gender ratio is 99 men to 100 women.

The Kansas flag was adopted on September 22, 1961. The flag has been ranked the 54th best U.S. flag by a leading Vexillology Organization.

The Kansas quarter was the 34th quarter released overall. The quarter was released on August 29, 2005.

Recent estimates put Kansas's population at around 2,904,000 people (35th out of 56).The population density is 35.5 people per square mile (46th out of 56).

Someone from Kansas is known as a Kansan. View our List of Adjectival and Demonyms for all the States.

Kansas was the 34th state when it joined the United States on January 29, 1861. Prior to 1861, Kansas was known as "Kansas Territory."

Essential Kansas Facts

  • KS
    Postal Code
    The Kansas postal code is KS. This abbreviation has been used since the USPS first established official codes in October 1963.
  • Gender Ratio
    Gender Ratio: 99 Men to 100 Women
    Male Population: 2,894,710 men
    Female Population: 2,913,332 women
  • State Flag
    The 3 main colors in the Kansas flag are #00009C, #FFFFFF, and #FFB30F
  • State Quarter
    The Kansas Quarter was released in August 08, 2005.
    Total Mintage: 0.56 billion.
    Engraver: Norman E. Nemeth
  • Population and Area
    Population: 2,904,021 people
    Land Area: 81,759 square miles
    Population Density: 2,904,021 people per square mile

Areas Codes in Kansas (9)

  • 316
  • 402
  • 417
  • 580
  • 620
  • 785
  • 816
  • 913
  • 918

Kansas Counties (105)

County Top Cities
Allen County Elsmore, Gas, Humboldt, Iola, La Harpe, and Moran
Anderson County Colony, Garnett, Greeley, Kincaid, Welda, and Westphalia
Atchison County Atchison, Cummings, Effingham, Lancaster, and Muscotah
Barber County Hardtner, Hazelton, Isabel, Kiowa, Lake City, and Medicine Lodge
Barton County Albert, Claflin, Ellinwood, Great Bend, Hoisington, and Olmitz
Bourbon County Bronson, Fort Scott, Fulton, Garland, Mapleton, and Redfield
Brown County Everest, Fairview, Hiawatha, Horton, Morrill, and Powhattan
Butler County Andover, Augusta, Beaumont, Benton, Cassoday, and Douglass
Chase County Cedar Point, Cottonwood Falls, Elmdale, Matfield Green, and Strong City
Chautauqua County Cedar Vale, Chautauqua, Niotaze, Peru, and Sedan
Cherokee County Baxter Springs, Columbus, Crestline, Galena, Mc Cune, and Riverton
Cheyenne County Bird City and Saint Francis
Clark County Ashland, Englewood, and Minneola
Clay County Clay Center, Green, Longford, Morganville, and Wakefield
Cloud County Aurora, Clyde, Concordia, Glasco, Jamestown, and Miltonvale
Coffey County Burlington, Gridley, Le Roy, Lebo, and Waverly
Comanche County Coldwater, Protection, and Wilmore
Cowley County Arkansas City, Atlanta, Burden, Cambridge, Dexter, and Maple City
Crawford County Arcadia, Arma, Cherokee, Farlington, Franklin, and Frontenac
Decatur County Dresden, Jennings, Norcatur, and Oberlin
Dickinson County Abilene, Chapman, Enterprise, Herington, Hope, and Solomon
Doniphan County Bendena, Denton, Elwood, Highland, Troy, and Wathena
Douglas County Baldwin City, Eudora, Lawrence, and Lecompton
Edwards County Belpre, Kinsley, Lewis, and Offerle
Elk County Elk Falls, Grenola, Howard, Longton, Moline, and New Albany
Ellis County Catharine, Ellis, Hays, Pfeifer, Schoenchen, and Victoria
Ellsworth County Ellsworth, Holyrood, Kanopolis, Lorraine, and Wilson
Finney County Garden City, Holcomb, and Pierceville
Ford County Bucklin, Dodge City, Ford, Fort Dodge, Spearville, and Wright
Franklin County Lane, Ottawa, Pomona, Princeton, Rantoul, and Richmond
Geary County Fort Riley, Junction City, and Milford
Gove County Gove, Grainfield, Grinnell, Park, and Quinter
Graham County Bogue, Hill City, Morland, and Penokee
Grant County Ulysses
Gray County Cimarron, Copeland, Ensign, Ingalls, and Montezuma
Greeley County Tribune
Greenwood County Eureka, Fall River, Hamilton, Lamont, Madison, and Neal
Hamilton County Coolidge, Kendall, and Syracuse
Harper County Anthony, Attica, Bluff City, Danville, Freeport, and Harper
Harvey County Burrton, Halstead, Hesston, Newton, North Newton, and Sedgwick
Haskell County Satanta and Sublette
Hodgeman County Hanston and Jetmore
Jackson County Circleville, Delia, Denison, Holton, Hoyt, and Mayetta
Jefferson County Grantville, Mc Louth, Meriden, Nortonville, Oskaloosa, and Ozawkie
Jewell County Burr Oak, Esbon, Formoso, Jewell, Mankato, and Randall
Johnson County Bucyrus, Clearview City, De Soto, Edgerton, Gardner, and Leawood
Kearny County Deerfield and Lakin
Kingman County Cunningham, Kingman, Murdock, Nashville, Norwich, and Spivey
Kiowa County Greensburg, Haviland, and Mullinville
Labette County Altamont, Bartlett, Chetopa, Dennis, Edna, and Mound Valley
Lane County Dighton and Healy
Leavenworth County Basehor, Easton, Fort Leavenworth, Lansing, Leavenworth, and Linwood
Lincoln County Barnard, Beverly, Lincoln, and Sylvan Grove
Linn County Blue Mound, Centerville, Lacygne, Mound City, Parker, and Pleasanton
Logan County Monument, Oakley, and Winona
Lyon County Admire, Allen, Americus, Emporia, Hartford, and Neosho Rapids
Marion County Burns, Durham, Florence, Goessel, Hillsboro, and Lehigh
Marshall County Axtell, Beattie, Blue Rapids, Bremen, Frankfort, and Home
McPherson County Canton, Galva, Inman, Marquette, Mcpherson, and Moundridge
Meade County Fowler, Meade, and Plains
Miami County Fontana, Hillsdale, Louisburg, Osawatomie, and Paola
Mitchell County Beloit, Cawker City, Glen Elder, Hunter, Simpson, and Tipton
Montgomery County Caney, Cherryvale, Coffeyville, Dearing, Elk City, and Havana
Morris County Burdick, Council Grove, Dwight, White City, and Wilsey
Morton County Elkhart, Richfield, and Rolla
Nemaha County Baileyville, Bern, Centralia, Corning, Goff, and Oneida
Neosho County Chanute, Erie, Galesburg, Saint Paul, Stark, and Thayer
Ness County Arnold, Bazine, Beeler, Brownell, Ness City, and Ransom
Norton County Almena, Clayton, Lenora, and Norton
Osage County Burlingame, Carbondale, Lyndon, Melvern, Osage City, and Overbrook
Osborne County Alton, Downs, Natoma, Osborne, and Portis
Ottawa County Bennington, Delphos, Minneapolis, and Tescott
Pawnee County Burdett, Garfield, Larned, and Rozel
Phillips County Agra, Glade, Kirwin, Logan, Long Island, and Phillipsburg
Pottawatomie County Belvue, Emmett, Fostoria, Havensville, Olsburg, and Onaga
Pratt County Byers, Coats, Iuka, Pratt, and Sawyer
Rawlins County Atwood, Herndon, Ludell, and Mc Donald
Reno County Abbyville, Arlington, Buhler, Haven, Hutchinson, and Nickerson
Republic County Agenda, Belleville, Courtland, Cuba, Munden, and Narka
Rice County Alden, Bushton, Chase, Geneseo, Little River, and Lyons
Riley County Leonardville, Manhattan, Ogden, Randolph, and Riley
Rooks County Damar, Palco, Plainville, Stockton, and Woodston
Rush County Alexander, Bison, La Crosse, Liebenthal, Mc Cracken, and Nekoma
Russell County Bunker Hill, Dorrance, Gorham, Lucas, Luray, and Paradise
Saline County Assaria, Brookville, Falun, Gypsum, Lindsborg, and New Cambria
Scott County Marienthal and Scott City
Sedgwick County Andale, Bentley, Cheney, Clearwater, Colwich, and Derby
Seward County Kismet and Liberal
Shawnee County Auburn, Berryton, Dover, Rossville, Silver Lake, and Tecumseh
Sheridan County Hoxie and Selden
Sherman County Edson, Goodland, and Kanorado
Smith County Athol, Cedar, Gaylord, Kensington, Lebanon, and Smith Center
Stafford County Hudson, Macksville, Saint John, and Stafford
Stanton County Johnson and Manter
Stevens County Hugoton and Moscow
Sumner County Argonia, Belle Plaine, Caldwell, Conway Springs, Geuda Springs, and Mayfield
Thomas County Brewster, Colby, Gem, Levant, and Rexford
Trego County Collyer, Ogallah, and Wakeeney
Wabaunsee County Alma, Alta Vista, Eskridge, Harveyville, Maple Hill, and Mc Farland
Wallace County Sharon Springs, Wallace, and Weskan
Washington County Barnes, Clifton, Greenleaf, Haddam, Hanover, and Hollenberg
Wichita County Leoti
Wilson County Altoona, Benedict, Buffalo, Fredonia, and Neodesha
Woodson County Neosho Falls, Piqua, Toronto, and Yates Center
Wyandotte County Bonner Springs, Edwardsville, and Kansas City
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