With more than 2400 variations of barbed wire, this La Crosse, Kansas, museum has a lot to teach the non-farmers out there
June 2011 | By James M. Cornelius
Everyone assumed this Kansas town was destined to fade away. What would it take to reverse its course?
February 27, 2009 | By Fredric Heeren
History buffs can explore the state's legendary cowboy towns, civil war spots or visit Kansas' countless museums, which celebrate the state's pioneer, aviation, farming and Native American legacies. Outdoor enthusiasts would be remiss to skip the chance to see American bison up close at two of the state's wildlife refuges. And for nature lovers, Kansas is home to the largest remaining stand of tallgrass prairie in North America.
November 06, 2007 | By Smithsonian.com