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1866 Map of Kansas, Nebraska, and Colorado
Kansas & Nebraska, 1857
Nebraska (at its territorial peak), Kansas & Indian Territory 1854
1855 Colton Map of Kansas and Nebraska (first edition) - Geographicus - NebraskaKansas-colton-1855
The city of Dalhart, TX (blue pin) is closer as the crow flies to the capital cities of six other states (blue dots; New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, and Oklahoma) than it is to its own state’s capital city of Austin (purple star).
1864 Johnson Map of Idaho, Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas and Colorado - Geographicus - NEDKCOIAKA-johnson-1864
Kansas-Nebraska Act
1863 Johnson's Map of Colorado, Dakota, Idaho, Nebraska ^ Kansas - Geographicus - COCANE-j-64
1860 Mitchell Map of Iowa, Missouri, Illinois, Nebraska and Kansas - Geographicus - ILMIIANEKA-mitchell-1860
1866 Mitchell Map of Colorado, Nebraska, and Kansas - Geographicus - KansasNebraskaColorado-mitchell-1866
1864 Mitchell Map of Colorado, Kansas ^ Nebraska - Geographicus - COKANE-mitchell-1864
Map of Kansas, Nebraska, and Colorado. Showing also the eastern portion of Idaho. NYPL1510820
Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas are the west most boundaries of the “south. Just as Kansas, Nebraska, and the Dakotas are the west most boundaries of the “North”. Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, Kentucky, Missouri, and Kansas are border states between the North and the South, what do y’all think?
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