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83,000 Square Miles 83,000 Square Miles by Steve Harper
Kansas Day Trips. No lines, no waiting...
Kansas Atlas & Gazetteer Kansas Atlas & Gazetteer by DeLorme Publishing
Topographic maps for the entire state in book form, with unequaled backroad detail! Ideal for outdoor recreation, reference, business, engineering and emergency services. GPS compatible. The Kansas Gazetteer categories include: Attractions, Campgrounds, Fishing, Golf courses, Hiking, Historic sites, Hunting, National lands, Paddling, Scenic drives, State parks, Unique natural features, Wildlife viewing.
Day Trips from Kansas City Day Trips from Kansas City by Shifra Stein
Enjoy a welcome change of pace and discover a world you may not know exists in your own backyard. Day Trips describes hundreds of fascinating, exciting (and many free of charge) things to do, most within a two hour drive of Kansas City. Belly up to the longest mineral bar in the world at the Historic Hall of Waters. Take a hike or grab your bike and travel the 200-mile-long Katy Trail along the Missouri River. This trail meanders through small towns and slices of rural history. Learn what really slow mail was all about at the Pony Express Museum. State-of-the-art exhibits tell the dramatic story of one of the first express mail companies.
Ghost Towns of Kansas: A Traveler's Guide Ghost Towns of Kansas: A Traveler's Guide by Daniel Fitzgerald
This illustrated guide to Kansas ghost towns will delight travelers and armchair tourists alike. Organized by region, it tells the story of 100 towns that have either disappeared without a trace or are only 'a shadowy remnant of what they once were.'
Kansas Trivia Kansas Trivia compiled by Barbara Brackman
Dwight D. Eisenhower, Amelia Earhart, George Washington Carver, Wild Bill Hickok, and Jim Ryun all came from Kansas. A tornado took Dorothy and Toto from Kansas to the Land of Oz, but they decided there was "no place like home". Kansas Trivia features more than 1,200 fascinating questions and answers about the Sunflower State such as: Where is the geographic center of the contiguous 48 states? What is the name of the first national hamburger chain, begun in Wichita? What Kansas University coach invented basketball?

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