Kansas Counties » Check Your Knowledge
Try this sixteen-question test to see what you've learned about Kansas counties.
Which Kansas county is considered the geographical center of America's 48 contiguous states?
Which is the only county in Kansas named after a woman?
How many Kansas counties were named in honor of a U.S. president?
Which of these Kansas counties did not end up with a misspelled name of its namesake?
Which of these Kansas counties was not named after a military fort?
The first known photograph of a tornado was taken in which Kansas county?
Which Kansas county includes one of the few cities in the U.S. founded strictly for political reasons?
In which county is located the first town in Kansas that was established by former slaves?
The Medicine Lodge Indian Peace Treaty was signed in which Kansas county in October 1867 by five tribes of the Plains Indians and the U.S. Government?
The first woman in the U.S. to be elected to the office of mayor held that office in what county?
Kansas was the first state to pave all of its portion of Historic Route 66, which runs through which Kansas county?
Stone from quarries in which Kansas county was used for the construction of the Kansas State Capitol?
Famous aviatrix Amelia Earhart, the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean, came from which Kansas county?
The first "cowtown" in the Old West is found in what Kansas county?
Which Kansas county is famous for the fossils found in its chalk beds?
The highest point in Kansas, Mount Sunflower, is found in which county?