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Kansas Agriculture Society formed March 5, 1862Elmer McCollumn, nutritionist, born March 3, 1879, near Fort ScottEmily Morgan, angel of the yukon, born March 7, 1878, Leon, Kansas



Born March 31, 1917, in Medicine Lodge, Dorothy Delay played the violin at age five. She later taught at Juilliard and Sarah Lawrence, many of her students became internationally known. She was the first woman to be regarded as a master violin teacher.

Dorothy Delay

Events in Kansas History

The Kansas Legislature created the Kansas State Agricultural Society on March 5, 1862, to share farming information and explore the best crops for Kansas farms. Soon Kansas would become the breadbasket of the nation.

Kansas wheat

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