ⓘ Kansas, Oklahoma

                                     

ⓘ Kansas, Oklahoma

Kansas is located in southern Delaware County at 36°12′9″N 94°47′42″W 36.202423, -94.795122. U.S. Route 412, the Cherokee Turnpike, bypasses the town to the north, with access from Exit 28 U.S. Route 59 north of the east end of town. The turnpike leads west 69 miles 111 km to Tulsa. To the east, US 412 and 59 lead 13 miles 21 km to the Arkansas border at Siloam Springs. US 59 leads north from the town of Kansas 19 miles 31 km to Jay, the Delaware County seat. Oklahoma State Highway 10 leads south 29 miles 47 km to Tahlequah.

According to the Bureau of US census, the town has a total area of 1.9 square miles 4.8 km 2, all of it land.

                                     
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  • The Kansas Oklahoma Missouri League or KOM League was a name of an American minor league baseball league which was established in 1946. It existed for
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