Kansas

Kansas became the 34th state on January 29, 1861. Topeka is the state capital. There are currently has 105 counties each with a courthouse.

 

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Click on a county below to learn more:

A – K

Allen County / Anderson County / Atchison County / Barber County / Barton County / Bourbon County / Brown County / Butler County / Chase County / Chautauqua County / Cherokee County / Cheyenne County / Clark County / Clay County / Cloud County / Coffey County / Comanche County / Cowley County / Crawford County / Decatur County / Dickinson County / Doniphan County / Douglas County / Edwards County / Elk County / Ellis County / Ellsworth County / Finney County / Ford County / Franklin County / Geary County / Gove County / Graham County / Grant County / Gray County / Greeley County / Greenwood County / Hamilton County / Harper County / Harvey County / Haskell County / Hodgeman County / Jackson County / Jefferson County / Jewell County / Johnson County / Kearny County / Kingman County / Kiowa County

L – W

Labette County / Lane County / Leavenworth County / Lincoln County / Linn County / Logan County / Lyon County / Marion County / Marshall County / McPherson County / Meade County / Miami County / Mitchell County / Montgomery County / Morris County / Morton County / Nemaha County / Neosho County / Ness County / Norton County / Osage County / Osborne County / Ottawa County / Pawnee County / Phillips County / Pottawatomie County / Pratt County / Rawlins County / Reno County / Republic County / Rice County / Riley County / Rooks County / Rush County / Russell County / Saline County / Scott County  / Sedgwick County / Seward County / Shawnee County / Sheridan County / Sherman County / Smith County / Stafford County / Stanton County / Stevens County / Sumner County / Thomas County / Trego County / Wabaunsee County / Wallace County / Washington County / Wichita County / Wilson County / Woodson County / Wyandotte County

 

Kansas Supreme Court