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About Kansas Barbed Wire Museum

Barbed wire has played an important role in the history of pioneers developing the Midwest of the United States, and has changed the prairie appearance of the prairie area of the United States, recording how the "devil's rope" played an important role in the Western pioneering period of the United States. In order to let more people know the history and function of barbed wire, Kansas barbed wire museum was opened in the United States.

The Kansas barbed wire museum is located in La cross, Kansas. It was founded in 1970 and is known as "the capital of the world's barbed wire". It is also the only museum collecting barbed wire in the world. When developing the Midwest of the United States, ranchers used an efficient and cheap way to restrain animals, which was barbed wire, so that animals could not run away and move within the range of the enclosure. After that, with the development of technology, various forms of barbed wire have been invented, and there are many kinds. The museum mainly displays the history of wire mesh and different kinds of wire mesh. There are more than 2000 kinds of wire mesh in the museum, some of which can even be traced back to the 19th century. It also introduces the history, function and usage of these wire mesh.

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