Major landforms in Kansas include the Ozark Plateau, Cherokee Lowlands, Osage Cuestas, Flint Hills and Glaciated Region. Kansas is a state in the midwest region of the United States.Continue Reading
Kansas has a variety of different landforms. Below is some information on the five major landforms in the state.
Kansas, a U.S. state nestled in the Midwest, takes its name from the Kansa Native American tribe that lived in the area. The name's origin is a Sioux word that means "people of the south wind." The state's nicknames are the Sunflower State and the Jayhawk State.Full Answer >
Bleeding Kansas was the violent time period that occurred when the Kansas territory was being settled and included the fight about whether or not the state should be a slave state or a free state. Bleeding Kansas is also often referred to as Bloody Kansas.Full Answer >
The Ozark Plateau is located in the central United States in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma. Very little of the plateau is located in Kansas, but there is a considerable amount in each of the other three states.Full Answer >
The Ozark Mountains or Ozark Plateau is a rugged highland area stretching roughly from St. Louis, Mo., to the Arkansas River and occupying parts of Missouri, Arkansas, Illinois and Kansas. The tallest segment is the Boston Mountains, which stands up to 2,000 feet tall.Full Answer >