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Lists of people from Kansas

 

Lists of people from Kansas

This is a list of lists of people from Kansas. Inclusion in this list should be reserved for existing WorldHeritage lists about people from the American state of Kansas.

Contents

  • List of people from Kansas 1
  • Geography 2
    • Lists of people by county 2.1
    • Lists of people by city 2.2
  • Focus areas 3
    • Academics 3.1
    • Athletics 3.2
      • Big 12 Conference 3.2.1
      • Heart of America Athletic Conference 3.2.2
      • Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference 3.2.3
      • Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association 3.2.4
      • Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference 3.2.5
      • Missouri Valley Conference 3.2.6
    • Crime 3.3
    • Military 3.4
    • Politicians 3.5
  • See also 4
  • References 5

List of people from Kansas

The primary list contains notable people who were either born, raised, or have lived for a significant period of time in Kansas. The list is divided into many categories and sub-categories.

Geography

Lists of people by county

The state of Kansas has 105 counties.[1] The following counties have list articles for people from that county:

Lists of people by city

Focus areas

Academics

Athletics

Note: athletic lists are sorted by current conference affiliation, or last affiliation if program is defunct.

Big 12 Conference

Heart of America Athletic Conference

Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference

Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association

Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference

Missouri Valley Conference

Crime

Military

Politicians

See also

References

  1. ^ "An Overview of County Government".  


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