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5 Fun Facts About November 22 In Kansas History

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1. On November 22, 1866, a treaty was signed between the United States and the Osage Nation in Kansas. The treaty ceded more than 1.5 million acres of land to the United States and relocated the Osage people to a reservation in Oklahoma.

2. On November 22, 1910, the famous vigilante "Bud" Ledbetter was lynched in Coffeyville, Kansas. Ledbetter had been accused of numerous crimes, including robbery and murder, and was known for his violent and unpredictable behavior.

3. On November 22, 1925, the first airplane to fly over Kansas State University's stadium was a Curtiss JN-4D "Jenny" piloted by E. J. Schellenberg. This event was part of a football game between Kansas State and Nebraska.

4. On November 22, 1944, Lawrence, Kansas was hit by a tornado that caused extensive damage, including the destruction of more than 300 homes and the death of six people.

5. On November 22, 1975, the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Oakland Raiders in a thrilling 42-10 victory. This win helped the Chiefs secure a spot in the playoffs that year.
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