Kansas or Nebraska?

Say whether the following statements applies to Kansas, Nebraska, both, or neither.
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1. Borders Arkansas
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2. Has a name that comes from a Native American word
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Kansas: "people of the wind"
Nebraska: "flat water"
3. Has a national park
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4. Has a point of over 5,000 ft elevation
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Panorama Point is 5,427 ft above sea level.
5. Has multiple cities with metro area population over 200,000
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Omaha: 466,893
Lincoln: 284,736
6. Has voted Republican in every presidential election since 1968
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The last time Kansas and Nebraska voted for different presidential candidates was 1908: Kansas went for Taft, while Nebraska voted for William Jennings Bryan.
7. Is in the first half of the states when listed alphabetically
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Kansas is #16; Nebraska is #27
8. Is home to one of the ten richest people in the world (not counting royalty or dictators)
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Warren Buffet (#3) lives in Omaha. Charles Koch (tied for #8) lives in Wichita.
9. Is home to the "board of education" in Brown v. Board of Education
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Full name: Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka
10. Is on historic U.S. Route 66 (from Chicago to Southern California)
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Runs through the southeastern corner for 13.2 miles.
11. Is on the Missouri River
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12. Is one of the 15 largest states in terms of area
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At 82,278 square miles, Kansas is larger than Belarus.
13. Is one of the 15 smallest states in terms of population
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Nebraska has a population of just under 2,000,000, which is less than the metro area population of Pittsburgh.
14. Is one of the top ten whitest U.S. states
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Nebraska is #12; Kansas is #17.
15. Is one of the top two corn-producing states
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Nebraska is #3; Kansas is #7. Iowa is #1.
16. Is the birthplace of a U.S. president
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Gerald Ford was born in Omaha.
17. Is the location of the geographic center of the lower 48 states
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It's in Lebanon, Kansas.
18. The state capital is the largest city
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Kansas: Topeka vs. Wichita
Nebraska: Lincoln vs. Omaha
19. Was completely contained within the Louisiana Purchase
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Also true of Arkansas, Iowa, Missouri, and Oklahoma
20. Was not a state during the Civil War
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Nebraska was admitted as the 37th state in 1867.
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Level 44
May 29, 2019
Technically, Homestead National Monument of America is part of the National Park system.
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Level 81
May 29, 2019
True, but it's not a national park. Lots of things are part of the National Park System--national monuments, national historical parks, etc. Pretty sure every state has at least one.