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  1. 1. 50 state Kansas
  2. 2. Kansas • Or Kansas is one of 50 states in the United States, located in the central-western region of the country. The geographic center of the 48 continuous states of Unidos. Kansas States is one of the national agricultural industry leaders. The state is the largest producer of wheat in the country. This earned him the nicknames of Wheat State (State-wheat) and Breadbasket of America (bread basket of the United States of America). In addition, Kansas has one of the largest herds of cattle in the country. Kansas also has a strong mining industry, being a national leader in the production of oil and natural gas. Currently, the main sources of state income are trade and manufacturing.
  3. 3. Climate • Kansas has a temperate climate with cold winters and hot summers. Overall, the average temperature of the state decreases as one travels north. In summer, temperatures also decrease as you travel westward. These temperature differences are not very large. The state is one of the hardest hit by tornadoes in the United States, and is the most F5 tornadoes recorded.
  4. 4. Races and Ethnicities Racial composition of the population of Kansas: • 83.1% White • 5.5% African-Americans • 7% Hispanics • 1.7% Asian • 0.9% Native Americans • 1.8% Two or more races
  5. 5. Cities Cities of Kansas (cidades de Kansas) • Lawrence, site of Universidade de Kansas . Manhattan, site of. Kansas State University . Salina .Leavenworth . • Hutchinson . Garden City .Junction City .Emporia.Dodge City .Pittsburg .Hays .Newton .Liberal . Great Bend . El Dorado .McPherson.Arkansas City .Winfield .Ottawa .Coffeyville.Parsons .Atchison .Independence • Gardner.Derby; Major cities • Wichita ("The Air Capital") • Kansas • Topeka
  6. 6. Wichita • According to the national census of 2010, its population is 382 368 inhabitants, with over 630 thousand inhabitants in its metropolitan area. It is the 49th most populous city in the country. It has 167 310 households, resulting in a density of residences 405.54 / km ².
  7. 7. Topeka • According to the national census of 2010, its population is 127 473 inhabitants and a population density of 818 inhabitants / km ². It is the fourth most populous city in Kansas. It has 59,582 households, resulting in a density of residences 382.33 / km ². The Topeka Metropolitan Statistical Area, which includes Jackson County, Shawnee County, Jefferson County, Osage County and Wabaunsee County, has a population of 226 268 inhabitants.
  8. 8. Sightseeing Tours • National word war I museum • Kauffman stadium; • Starlight theatre; • Loose park rose garden; • Kc fountains; • Kansas city symphony; • Loose park; • Kansas city public library; • Union station;
  9. 9. National word war I museum
  10. 10. Kauffman stadium
  11. 11. Starlight theatre
  12. 12. Kc fountains
  13. 13. Bibliografia • Richmond, Robert W. Kansas: A Land of Contrasts. [S.l.]: Harlan Davidson, 1999. ISBN 0-88295-949-2 • Miner, H. Craig. Kansas: The History of the Sunflower State. [S.l.]: University Press of Kansas, 2002. ISBN 0-7006-1215-7
  14. 14. English 9ºano B Carlos D. de Andrade Names: Lucas Yuri Fernanda Gomes Carolayne Giselle nº 20 nº 11 nº 04 nº 12