At Constitution Hall in Lecompton. In 1857, a Kansas constitutional convention was convened here, which drafted what has become known as the "Lecompton Constitution," a pro-slavery document. It failed to pass in the US Congress and was the 1st of 4 state constitutions that were written.
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State Capitol, Topeka
State Capitol, Topeka
Governors Mansion
Mount Sunflower, Kansas
Sleeping at Mount Sunflower, Kansas
Territorial Capitol Museum,
Geographic Center of the lower 48 States
Eisenhower Presidential Center
President Eisenhower boyhood home
Eisenhower Presidential Library
Eisenhower Presidential Library
Grave of President Dwight Eisenhower
Grave of President Dwight Eisenhower

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Website : www.kansas.gov
Capital : Topeka
Highest point : Mount Sunflower, 4,039 feet
Area : 82,282 square miles, 15th largest state.
Population : 2,688,418 (2000 census)
Motto : Ad astra per aspra (To the stars through difficulties)
Admitted to Union : January 29, 1861
State Song : "Home on the Range"
State Bird : Western Medowlark
State Flower : Sunflower
State Tree : Cottonwood


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