Self Storage in Kansas

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A beautiful Midwestern state, Kansas is filled with rolling hills, national parks, gorgeous river, historic sites and an abundance of storage facilities. Storage facilities in Kansas include self storage units that can house a few boxes or even an entire room to mobile storage units that are conveniently delivered right to your home. Facilities in Kansas are also great to protect your most precious belongings such as vintage furs and wines and even a boat. You can also rest assured that your belongings are safe thanks to the security and climate controlled settings at your local Kansas storage facility.

Origin of State's Name: The name Kansas is a Sioux Indian word that was named after the Kansas River.

Capital City: The state capital is Topeka. It is located in Shawnee County.

Population: Kansas has a population of 2,818,747, according to the 2009 U.S. Census.

Driving: In order to obtain information about driver's licenses, testing, application, requirements and more, please visit the Department of Motor Vehicles' website.

Agriculture and Industry: The main agricultural products in Kansas are cattle, hogs, corn, salt, cotton, wheat, sheep and sorghum. Kansas is also part of the ‘grain belt' and is considered one of the biggest producers of grain in the U.S. The main industrial outposts in Kansas include food processing, publishing, chemicals, tourism, machinery, apparel, mining, transportation equipment and mining. Kansas is also the headquarters of major Fortune 500 companies such as Payless Shoes, Sprint and Koch Industries.

State Bird: The state bird is the western meadow lark.

State Tree: The state tree is the cottonwood.

State Flower: The state flower is the wild native sunflower.

State Song: The state song is "Home on the Range." The words were written by Dr. Brewster Higley and the music was composed by Dan Kelly.

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Kansas - Interesting Facts:
  • Kansas produces a record 492.2 million bushels of wheat. This is enough to make 35 billion loaves of bread.
  • Located in the middle of the U.S., Kansas is bound by Nebraska, Missouri, Oklahoma and Colorado.
  • The first Pizza Hut opened in Wichita, Kansas.
  • Sumner County is considered the wheat capital of the world.

Kansas- Famous People:
TV personalities, pioneers, actors, actresses, writers, politicians, journalists, athletes and many other famous people hail from Kansas. They include the politician Bob Dole, the comedian Buster Keaton and the aviator Amelia Earhart.

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