This is a listing of counties in the U.S. state of Kansas. Select from the links at right to go directly to an article, or browse the listing below for additional information. Kansas has 105 counties, the sixth-highest total of any state. Every license plate issued by the state contains the abbreviation for the county in which its vehicle is registered. No Kansas county has two words in its name.

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  • De Amerikaanse staat Kansas is onderverdeeld in 105 county's. Kansas is de enige staat van de Verenigde Staten waar de county's standaardafkortingen hebben, die ook veel gebruikt worden, met name op de nummerplaten van auto's.
  • L'État américain du Kansas est divisé en 105 comtés (counties). 30 comtés portent un nom unique, tandis que chacun des 75 autres a un ou plusieurs homonymes exacts dans les autres États de l'Union.
  • Lista delle 105 contee del Kansas, negli Stati Uniti d'America:
  • To jest lista hrabstw w stanie Kansas. W stanie Kansas jest 105 hrabstw:
  • カンザス州の郡一覧は、アメリカ合衆国カンザス州内の郡の一覧である。カンザス州内には105の郡があり、アメリカ合衆国50州の中で6番目に数が多い。郡名は全て1語で付けられている。ワイアンドット郡とカンザスシティが統合政府の下で運営されており、グリーリー郡とトリビューン市も同じような仕組みに移行しようとしている。下はアルファベット順である。
  • Detta är en lista över de 105 countyn som finns i delstaten Kansas i USA.
  • This is a listing of counties in the U.S. state of Kansas. Select from the links at right to go directly to an article, or browse the listing below for additional information. Kansas has 105 counties, the sixth-highest total of any state. Every license plate issued by the state contains the abbreviation for the county in which its vehicle is registered. No Kansas county has two words in its name. Wyandotte County and the city of Kansas City operate as a unified government, and Greeley County and the city of Tribune are in the process of converting to a similar system.
  • Der US-Bundesstaat Kansas ist in 105 Countys unterteilt Allen County (13.371 E. ) Anderson County (8.102 E. ) Atchison County (16.924 E. ) Barber County (4.861 E. ) Barton County (27.674 E. ) Bourbon County (15.173 E. ) Brown County (9.984 E. ) Butler County (65.880 E. ) Chase County (2.790 E. ) Chautauqua County (3.669 E. ) Cherokee County (21.603 E. ) Cheyenne County (2.726 E. ) Clark County (2.215 E. ) Clay County (8.535 E. ) Cloud County (9.533 E. ) Coffey County (8.601 E. ) Comanche County (1.891 E. ) Cowley County (36.311 E. ) Crawford County (39.134 E. ) Decatur County (2.961 E. ) Dickinson County (19.754 E. ) Doniphan County (7.945 E. ) Douglas County (110.826 E. ) Edwards County (3.037 E. ) Elk County (2.882 E. ) Ellis County (28.452 E. ) Ellsworth County (6.497 E. ) Finney County (36.776 E. ) Ford County (33.848 E. ) Franklin County (25.992 E. ) Geary County (34.362 E. ) Gove County (2.695 E. ) Graham County (2.597 E. ) Grant County (7.829 E. ) Gray County (6.006 E. ) Greeley County (1.247 E. ) Greenwood County (6.689 E. ) Hamilton County (2.690 E. ) Harper County (6.034 E. ) Harvey County (34.684 E. ) Haskell County (4.256 E. ) Hodgeman County (1.916 E. ) Jackson County (13.462 E. ) Jefferson County (19.126 E. ) Jewell County (3.077 E. ) Johnson County (544.179 E. ) Kearny County (3.977 E. ) Kingman County (7.858 E. ) Kiowa County (2.553 E. ) Labette County (21.607 E. ) Lane County (1.750 E. ) Leavenworth County (76.227 E. ) Lincoln County (3.241 E. ) Linn County (9.656 E. ) Logan County (2.756 E. ) Lyon County (33.690 E. ) Marion County (29.180 E. ) Marshall County (12.660 E. ) McPherson County (10.117 E. ) Meade County (4.575 E. ) Miami County (32.787 E. ) Mitchell County (6.373 E. ) Montgomery County (35.471 E. ) Morris County (5.923 E. ) Morton County (3.233 E. ) Nemaha County (10.178 E. ) Neosho County (16.512 E. ) Ness County (3.107 E. ) Norton County (5.671 E. ) Osage County (16.295 E. ) Osborne County (3.858 E. ) Ottawa County (6.091 E. ) Pawnee County (6.973 E. ) Phillips County (5.642 E. ) Pottawatomie County (21.604 E. ) Pratt County (9.656 E. ) Rawlins County (2.519 E. ) Reno County (64.511 E. ) Republic County (4.980 E. ) Rice County (10.083 E. ) Riley County (71.115 E. ) Rooks County (5.181 E. ) Rush County (3.307 E. ) Russell County (6.970 E. ) Saline County (55.606 E. ) Scott County (4.936 E. ) Sedgwick County (498.365 E. ) Seward County (22.952 E. ) Shawnee County (177.934 E. ) Sheridan County (2.556 E. ) Sherman County (6.010 E. ) Smith County (3.853 E. ) Stafford County (4.437 E. ) Stanton County (2.235 E. ) Stevens County (5.724 E. ) Sumner County (24.132 E. ) Thomas County (7.900 E. ) Trego County (3.001 E. ) Wabaunsee County (7.053 E. ) Wallace County (1.485 E. ) Washington County (5.799 E. ) Wichita County (2.234 E. ) Wilson County (9.409 E. ) Woodson County (3.309 E. ) Wyandotte County (157.505 E. ) </br>
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  • Abraham Lincoln, sixteenth U.S. President
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  • Alfred Gray, Kansas Secretary of Agriculture
  • Alva P. Russell, Union captain and Civil War hero
  • Amos Hodgman, Union captain and Civil War hero
  • Andrew Jackson, seventh U.S. President
  • Bennett C. Riley, Mexican-American War hero
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  • Caleb Pratt, Union lieutenant and Civil War hero
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  • Clara Barton, founder of the American Red Cross
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  • Edgar P. Trego, Union captain and Civil War hero
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  • Formed from Butler County
  • Formed from Butler and Wise counties
  • Formed from Calhoun and Riley
  • Formed from Comanche and Edwards Counties
  • Formed from Finney and Ford Counties
  • Formed from Finney and Hamilton Counties
  • Formed from Finney, Ford and Seward Counties
  • Formed from Ford County
  • Formed from Hamilton County
  • Formed from Howard County
  • Formed from Kiowa County
  • Formed from Leavenworth and Johnson Counties
  • Formed from McPherson, Sedgwick and Reno Counties
  • Formed from Neosho County
  • Formed from Seward County
  • Formed from Wallace County
  • Formed from Washington
  • Formed from Washington County
  • Formed from Wilson County
  • Francis Marion, American Revolutionary War hero
  • From unorganized area
  • Pierre La Bette, French fur trapper who formed a peaceful relationship with area natives
  • Harper and Reno Counties
  • Henry Clay, influential U.S. Senator from Kentucky
  • Hiero T. Wilson, Union colonel and Civil War hero
  • J. Nelson Smith, Union major and Civil War hero
  • James M. Harvey, fifth governor of Kansas
  • Jesse L. Reno, prominent Union Civil War general
  • John L. Graham, Union captain and Civil War hero
  • Kiowa Native Americans, who inhabited the area
  • Lewis R. Jewell, Union colonel and Civil War hero
  • Lewis Stafford, Union captain and Civil War hero
  • Marion Harper, Union sergeant and Civil War hero
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  • One of the original 36 counties
  • Orloff Norton, Union captain and Civil War hero
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  • Pawnee Native Americans, who lived in the area
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  • Richard Montgomery, Revolutionary War hero
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  • Samuel A. Rice, prominent Union Civil War general
  • Samuel J. Crawford, third Governor of Kansas
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  • W.H.L. Wallace, prominent Union Civil War general
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  • Winfield Scott, Mexican-American War hero and unsuccessful presidential candidate
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  • Chautauqua County, New York, from which many early settlers hailed
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  • George Washington, first U.S. President and founding father
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  • William Allen, U.S. Senator from Ohio and prominent supporter of westward expansion
  • George Gordon Meade, Union Civil War general best known for his victory at the Battle of Gettysburg
  • Edwin McMasters Stanton, U.S. Secretary of War during the Civil War
  • Frank J. Marshall, state representative who became locally known for operating the first ferry over the Big Blue River
  • Formed from Arapahoe, Grant, Kearney and Sequoyah Counties
  • Thomas Johnson, Methodist missionary who was one of the state's first settlers
  • Charles F. Clarke, Captain in 6th Regiment Kansas Volunteer Cavalry during American Civil War
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  • Philip Henry Sheridan, prominent Union Civil War general
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  • George Henry Thomas, prominent Union Civil War general
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  • William Tecumseh Sherman, prominent Civil War general known for his scorched earth tactics
  • Thomas Jefferson, third U.S. President and founding father
  • William D. Mitchell, Union captain and Civil War hero
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  • Salmon Portland Chase, U.S. Senator from Ohio and Kansas statehood advocate
  • Benjamin Franklin, orator, writer, scholar, and founding father of the U.S.
  • John Sedgwick, highest ranking Union general killed in the Civil War
  • Stephen Decatur, naval commodore and War of 1812 hero
  • Thaddeus Stevens, U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania who was a leader of Reconstruction politics
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rdfs:comment
  • De Amerikaanse staat Kansas is onderverdeeld in 105 county's. Kansas is de enige staat van de Verenigde Staten waar de county's standaardafkortingen hebben, die ook veel gebruikt worden, met name op de nummerplaten van auto's.
  • L'État américain du Kansas est divisé en 105 comtés (counties). 30 comtés portent un nom unique, tandis que chacun des 75 autres a un ou plusieurs homonymes exacts dans les autres États de l'Union.
  • This is a listing of counties in the U.S. state of Kansas. Select from the links at right to go directly to an article, or browse the listing below for additional information. Kansas has 105 counties, the sixth-highest total of any state. Every license plate issued by the state contains the abbreviation for the county in which its vehicle is registered. No Kansas county has two words in its name.
  • Lista delle 105 contee del Kansas, negli Stati Uniti d'America:
  • To jest lista hrabstw w stanie Kansas. W stanie Kansas jest 105 hrabstw:
  • カンザス州の郡一覧は、アメリカ合衆国カンザス州内の郡の一覧である。カンザス州内には105の郡があり、アメリカ合衆国50州の中で6番目に数が多い。郡名は全て1語で付けられている。ワイアンドット郡とカンザスシティが統合政府の下で運営されており、グリーリー郡とトリビューン市も同じような仕組みに移行しようとしている。下はアルファベット順である。
  • Detta är en lista över de 105 countyn som finns i delstaten Kansas i USA.
  • Der US-Bundesstaat Kansas ist in 105 Countys unterteilt Allen County (13.371 E. ) Anderson County (8.102 E. ) Atchison County (16.924 E. ) Barber County (4.861 E. ) Barton County (27.674 E. ) Bourbon County (15.173 E. ) Brown County (9.984 E. ) Butler County (65.880 E. ) Chase County (2.790 E. ) Chautauqua County (3.669 E. ) Cherokee County (21.603 E. ) Cheyenne County (2.726 E. ) Clark County (2.215 E. ) Clay County (8.535 E. ) Cloud County (9.533 E. ) Coffey County (8.601 E.
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  • Liste der Countys in Kansas
  • List of counties in Kansas
  • Comtés de l'État du Kansas
  • Contee del Kansas
  • カンザス州の郡一覧
  • Lijst van county's in Kansas
  • Lista hrabstw w stanie Kansas
  • Lista över countyn i Kansas
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