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U.S. STATES

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STATE FACTS:

Home of George Washington Carver - he discovered over 300 uses for peanuts. Alabama is also known as the Heart of Dixie.

CAPITOL:

Montgomery

YEAR ADMITTED:

December 14, 1819

STATE ANIMAL:

Black Bear and West Indian Manatee

STATE BIRD:

Northern Flicker & Eastern Wild Turkey

STATE FISH:

STATE FLOWER:

Camellia (known for grace and elegance)

STATE TREE:

Longleaf Pine

LANDMARKS:

Birmingham's 16th St. Baptist Church, US Space and Rocket Center, MLK Jr's Church, Rosa Park Museum.

MAIN CROP:

Cotton and pecans

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Coal, Iron Ore, Limestone

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ALASKA

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STATE FACTS:

Alaska has the longest of coastlines - 6, 640 miles.

CAPITOL:

Juneau

YEAR ADMITTED:

January 3, 1959

STATE ANIMAL:

Moose, Malamute, and Bowhead Whale

STATE BIRD:

Willow Ptarmigan

STATE FISH:

STATE FLOWER:

Forget-me-not

STATE TREE:

Sitka Spruce

LANDMARKS:

Glacier Bay, Denali National Park, and Mount McKinley

MAIN CROP:

Barley, hay, and wheat

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Lumber

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ARIZONA

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STATE FACTS:

There is a "Stupid Motorist Law" in Arizona that fines a driver if they go around barricades and have to be rescued from flood waters.

CAPITOL:

Phoenix

YEAR ADMITTED:

February 14, 1912

STATE ANIMAL:

Ringtail Cat

STATE BIRD:

Cactus Wren

STATE FISH:

Apache Trout

STATE FLOWER:

Saguaro Cactus Blossum

STATE TREE:

Blue Palo Verde

LANDMARKS:

Mountain Valley and the Grand Canyon

MAIN CROP:

Alfalfa, cotton, nuts, and wheat.

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Copper, coal, and Petroleum

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ARKANSAS

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STATE FACTS:

CAPITOL:

Little Rock

YEAR ADMITTED:

June 15, 1836

STATE ANIMAL:

White-tailed deer

STATE BIRD:

Northern Mockingbird

STATE FISH:

Large-mouth Bass

STATE FLOWER:

Apple Blossom

STATE TREE:

Loblolly Pine

LANDMARKS:

Buffalo National River, Hot Springs National Park, Petit Jean Park

MAIN CROP:

Cotton, corn, and wheat

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Bauxite - Arkansas official mineral and many other minerals

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CALIFORNIA

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STATE FACTS:

The coastline of California is 840 Miles. California is the home to the tallest and oldest tree. Gold was discovered at Sutter's Mill, which started the largest gold rushes in history.

CAPITOL:

Sacramento

YEAR ADMITTED:

September 9, 1850

STATE ANIMAL:

Grizzly Bear

STATE BIRD:

California Quail

STATE FISH:

Golden Trout

STATE FLOWER:

Golden Poppy

STATE TREE:

Coast Redwood

LANDMARKS:

Hollywood Hills, Alcatraz Island, Yosemite National Park, Universal Studios Hollywood, and Golden Gate Bridge

MAIN CROP:

Raisins, oranges, grapes, tomatoes, strawberries, and almonds

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Big producer of lumber and wood products.

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COLORADO

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STATE FACTS:

Colorado is the only state in history that has turned down hosting the Olympics.

CAPITOL:

Denver

YEAR ADMITTED:

August 1, 1876

STATE ANIMAL:

Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep

STATE BIRD:

Lark Bunting

STATE FISH:

Greenback cutthroat trout

STATE FLOWER:

Rocky Mountain Columbine

STATE TREE:

Colorado Blue Spruce

LANDMARKS:

Garden of the Gods, Mesa Verde Park, Cedar Tree Arch, Rocky Mountain Range, and Pikes Peak

MAIN CROP:

Native pecan, sweet corn, onions, and much more.

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Oil, coal, uranium, and many minerals. As well as sand and gravel.

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CONNECTICUT

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STATE FACTS:

The first nuclear submarine was created in Connecticut.

CAPITOL:

Hartford

YEAR ADMITTED:

February 12, 1778

STATE ANIMAL:

Sperm Whale

STATE BIRD:

American Robin

STATE FISH:

American Shad

STATE FLOWER:

Mountain Laurel

STATE TREE:

White Oak Charter

LANDMARKS:

Peabody Museum of Natural History, Mystic Aquarium Seaport Museum, and Home of Yale University. Also Mark Twain's home is in Connecticut.

MAIN CROP:

Tobacco

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Wood products: elm, ash, maple, hickory, pine, and oak. More than half of Connecticut is covered in forests.

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DELAWARE

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STATE FACTS:

The first cabin was built back in 1683 in Delaware.

CAPITOL:

Dover

YEAR ADMITTED:

February 1, 1779

STATE ANIMAL:

Grey Fox

STATE BIRD:

Blue Hen Chicken

STATE FISH:

Weakfish

STATE FLOWER:

Peach Blossom

STATE TREE:

American Holly

LANDMARKS:

Brandywine Creek and Cape Henlopen State Park.

MAIN CROP:

Corn and a leading producer of apples.

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Sand, gravel, fertile soil, and clay.

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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

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STATE FACTS:

Two of our presidents kept alligators at the White House.

CAPITOL:

Washington

YEAR ADMITTED:

STATE ANIMAL:

STATE BIRD:

Wood Thrush

STATE FISH:

STATE FLOWER:

STATE TREE:

Scarlet Oak

LANDMARKS:

Where do we even begin? Capitol, Lincoln Memorial, White House, Library of Congress, Vietnam Veterans Wall, Korean War & World War II Memorials.....and much more.

MAIN CROP:

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

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FLORIDA

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STATE FACTS:

The US Spacecraft launchings happen at Cape Canaveral.

CAPITOL:

Tallahassee

YEAR ADMITTED:

March 3, 1845

STATE ANIMAL:

Dolphin, Manatee, and Florida Cracker Horse

STATE BIRD:

Mockingbird

STATE FISH:

Largemouth Bass

STATE FLOWER:

Orange Blossum

STATE TREE:

Sabal Palm

LANDMARKS:

Disney World, Everglades National Park, Kennedy Space Center, Miami Beach and many other beaches.

MAIN CROP:

Oranges and watermelon

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Phosphate

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GEORGIA

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STATE FACTS:

Georgia has the largest mass of exposed granite called Stone Mountain. The Girl Scouts was started by Juliette Gordon Low in Savannah, Georgia.

CAPITOL:

Atlanta

YEAR ADMITTED:

February 26, 1778

STATE ANIMAL:

White-tailed deer

STATE BIRD:

Brown Thrasher

STATE FISH:

Large-mouth Bass

STATE FLOWER:

Cherokee Rose

STATE TREE:

Southern Live Oak

LANDMARKS:

Stone Mountain Park, home of Coca-Cola, and Rock City Gardens.

MAIN CROP:

Cotton, Vidalia Onions, peaches, and pecans.

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Marble and lumber

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HAWAII

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STATE FACTS:

Oahu has the largest wind generator with 2 blades that are 400 feet long.

CAPITOL:

Honolulu

YEAR ADMITTED:

August 21, 1959

STATE ANIMAL:

Hawaiian Monk Seal

STATE BIRD:

Nene

STATE FISH:

Reef Triggerfish

STATE FLOWER:

Hibiscus

STATE TREE:

Candlenut Tree

LANDMARKS:

Pearl Harbor WWII Memorial, Waikiki Beach, Crescent Moon Molokini, Road to Hana, Haleakala Volcano

MAIN CROP:

Sugar Cane, pineapples, macadamia nuts, and coffee

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Sand and gravel

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IDAHO

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STATE FACTS:

An Idaho law prohibits a citizen from giving another citizen a box of candy weighing over 50 pounds.

CAPITOL:

Boise

YEAR ADMITTED:

July 3, 1890

STATE ANIMAL:

Appaloosa Horse

STATE BIRD:

Bluebird

STATE FISH:

Cutthroat Trout

STATE FLOWER:

Mock Orange

STATE TREE:

Western White Pine

LANDMARKS:

Craters of the Moon National Monument, Oregon Trail, Shoshone Falls Park

MAIN CROP:

Potatoes

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Chief producer of lead, silver, zinc, and lumber

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ILLINOIS

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STATE FACTS:

Chicago has a population of 2 million people.

CAPITOL:

Springfield

YEAR ADMITTED:

December 3, 1818

STATE ANIMAL:

White-tailed Deer

STATE BIRD:

Northern Cardinal

STATE FISH:

Bluegill

STATE FLOWER:

Purple Violet

STATE TREE:

White Oak

LANDMARKS:

Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, Abraham Lincoln tomb, the tallest building in the U.S. is the Sears Tower in Chicago, Wrigley Field is the home of the Cubs, and also in Chicago is Navy Pier. Lincoln Log Cabin.

MAIN CROP:

Corn and Soybeans

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Coal

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INDIANA

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STATE FACTS:

Lewis and Clark set out from Fort Vincennes, Indiana. The Indy 500 is what Indiana is known for.

CAPITOL:

Indianapolis

YEAR ADMITTED:

December 11, 1816

STATE ANIMAL:

White-tailed Deer

STATE BIRD:

Northern Cardinal

STATE FISH:

Largemouth Bass

STATE FLOWER:

Peony

STATE TREE:

Tulip Tree

LANDMARKS:

Indianpolis Motor Speedway, Indiana Dunes of Lake Michigan, The Children's Museum of Indianpolis, Paoli Peaks Ski Resort, and the Indianpolis Zoo.

MAIN CROP:

Corn, Soybeans, and Wheat

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Coal

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IOWA

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STATE FACTS:

Iowa is the only state that starts with two vowels. Iowa has the tallest double railroad track bridge - the Kate Shelley Bridge in Boone, Iowa.

CAPITOL:

Des Moines

YEAR ADMITTED:

December 28, 1846

STATE ANIMAL:

Seal

STATE BIRD:

American Goldfinch

STATE FISH:

Channel Catfish

STATE FLOWER:

Wild Prairie Rose

STATE TREE:

Bur Oak

LANDMARKS:

Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, Effigy Mounds, Amana Colonies, Maquoketa Caves, Gold-domed Capital Building, and Pappajohn Sculpture Park.

MAIN CROP:

No agricultural failure in Iowa. The soil is so rich all types of crops thrive.

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Biomass, Biodiesel, Ethanol, Renewable Fuels, and Wind Energy

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KANSAS

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STATE FACTS:

Dodge City is the windiest city in the U.S.

CAPITOL:

Topeka

YEAR ADMITTED:

January 29, 1861

STATE ANIMAL:

American Buffalo

STATE BIRD:

Western Meadowlark

STATE FISH:

Largemouth Bass

STATE FLOWER:

Sunflower

STATE TREE:

Eastern Cottonwood

LANDMARKS:

Cosmosphere Displays of Russian Vostok and Apollo13 Spacecrafts, Tallgrass Prairie Reserves, Monument Rocks, and Botanical Gardens of Wichita.

MAIN CROP:

Grain Sorghum and wheat.

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Gypsum and helium.

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KENTUCKY

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STATE FACTS:

The Kentucky Derby brings many tourists in to watch the horse races. Women wear extravagant hats and drink mint Julep drinks.

CAPITOL:

Frankfort

YEAR ADMITTED:

June 1, 1792

STATE ANIMAL:

Gray Squirrel

STATE BIRD:

Northern Cardinal

STATE FISH:

Spotted Bass

STATE FLOWER:

Goldenrod

STATE TREE:

Tulip Poplar

LANDMARKS:

Churchill Downs Kentucky Derby Track, Creation Museum, Daniel Boone National Park, Mammoth Cave, Red River Gorge.

MAIN CROP:

Tobacco, corn for grain, soybeans, sorghum, and wheat

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Agricultural contributions and coal.

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LOUISIANA

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STATE FACTS:

The Creole and Cajun cultures emerge during the very large Mardi Gras Jazz Music Festival.

CAPITOL:

Baton Rouge

YEAR ADMITTED:

April 30, 1812

STATE ANIMAL:

Black Bear

STATE BIRD:

Brown Pelican

STATE FISH:

White Crappie

STATE FLOWER:

Magnolia

STATE TREE:

Bald Cypress

LANDMARKS:

Bourbon Street, French Quarter, Jackson Square, The Garden District, St Louis Cathedral, & the National World War II Museum

MAIN CROP:

Sugar Cane is the leading crop. Soybeans, cotton, rice, and more.

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Wood product: cypress, ash, and oak.

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MAINE

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STATE FACTS:

Maine is the only state that contains one syllable. Maine is also the only state that shares its border with one other state.

CAPITOL:

Augusta

YEAR ADMITTED:

March 15, 1820

STATE ANIMAL:

Moose

STATE BIRD:

Black-capped Chickadee

STATE FISH:

Atlantic Salmon

STATE FLOWER:

White Pine Tassel and Cone

STATE TREE:

Eastern White Pine

LANDMARKS:

Baxter State Park where Mt. Katahdin Appalacian Trail is located. Candy Striped lighthouse at West Quoddy Head, Scarborough Marsh and plenty of sandy beaches.

MAIN CROP:

Leading producers of potatoes and blueberries

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Granite, limestone, copper, and zinc.

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MARYLAND

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STATE FACTS:

The U.S. Naval Academy was started in Maryland in 1845. The first umbrella factory was started in Baltimore in 1928.

CAPITOL:

Annapolis

YEAR ADMITTED:

April 28, 1788

STATE ANIMAL:

Blue Crab

STATE BIRD:

Oriole

STATE FISH:

Striped Bass

STATE FLOWER:

Black-eyed Susan

STATE TREE:

White Oak

LANDMARKS:

Fort McHenry, National Aquarium, and the Great Falls.

MAIN CROP:

Wheat, hay, barley, tobacco. Also big producer of shrubs and flowers.

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Shrubs and flowers

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MASSACHUSETTS

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STATE FACTS:

January 15, 1919 the Great Molasses tank exploded ending with a 35 mph wave of molasses killing 21 people and injured 150 people.

CAPITOL:

Boston

YEAR ADMITTED:

March 10, 1778

STATE ANIMAL:

Right Whale

STATE BIRD:

Black-capped Chickadee

STATE FISH:

Atlantic Cod

STATE FLOWER:

Mayflower

STATE TREE:

American Elm

LANDMARKS:

Martha's Vineyard, Boston Common, Fenway Park, Freedom Trail, Bunker Hill Monument

MAIN CROP:

Lead producer of cranberries.

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Renewable Energy and Life Sciences

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MICHIGAN

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STATE FACTS:

Michigan is the shape of a mitten, it also is the Cereal Bowl of America. Battle Creek produces most of the cereal in the U.S.

CAPITOL:

Lansing

YEAR ADMITTED:

January 26, 1837

STATE ANIMAL:

White-tailed deer

STATE BIRD:

American Robin

STATE FISH:

Brook Trout

STATE FLOWER:

Apple Blossum

STATE TREE:

Eastern White Pine

LANDMARKS:

Mackinac Island, Sleeping Bear Dunes, Diego Riviera Murals, Motown Record Company

MAIN CROP:

Sugar beet, apples, soybeans, hay. Lead producers of apples, cherries, and blueberries.

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Agriculture

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MINNESOTA

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STATE FACTS:

Minnesota has more than 10,000 lakes and 90,000 miles of shoreline.

CAPITOL:

St. Paul

YEAR ADMITTED:

May 11, 1858

STATE ANIMAL:

White-tailed deer

STATE BIRD:

Common Loon

STATE FISH:

Walleye

STATE FLOWER:

Pink and White Ladyslipper

STATE TREE:

Red Pine

LANDMARKS:

Lake Itasca, Gooseberry Falls State Park, Twin Cities

MAIN CROP:

Corn

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Iron, ore, manganese, granite, limestone, and sandstone

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MISSISSIPPI

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STATE FACTS:

The native word for the river was messipi, which means "Big River" by the Ojibwa tribe.

CAPITOL:

Jackson

YEAR ADMITTED:

December 10, 1817

STATE ANIMAL:

Red Fox

STATE BIRD:

Mockingbird

STATE FISH:

Largemouth Bass

STATE FLOWER:

Magnolia

STATE TREE:

Magnolia

LANDMARKS:

Elvis Presley birthplace, Vicksburg National Military Park

MAIN CROP:

Cotton and soybeans

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Lumber

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MISSOURI

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STATE FACTS:

Missouri was named after a Sioux tribe of Indians called the Missouris, which means "wooden canoe people." You can take an elevator to the top of the arch and look out windows to see the city of St Louis. This Gateway Arch is 630 feet tall making it the tallest man-made national monument in the United States.

CAPITOL:

Jefferson City

YEAR ADMITTED:

August 10, 1821

STATE ANIMAL:

Missouri Mule

STATE BIRD:

Eastern Bluebird

STATE FISH:

Channel Catfish

STATE FLOWER:

Hawthorn

STATE TREE:

Flowering Dogwood

LANDMARKS:

St Louis Gateway Arch, Silver Dollar City, Lake of the Ozarks

MAIN CROP:

Soybeans

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Zinc, silver, and copper

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MONTANA

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STATE FACTS:

Montana has the largest migratory elk herd in the U.S.

CAPITOL:

Helena

YEAR ADMITTED:

November 8, 1889

STATE ANIMAL:

Grizzly Bear

STATE BIRD:

Western Meadowlark

STATE FISH:

Cutthroat Trout

STATE FLOWER:

Bitterroot

STATE TREE:

Ponderosa Pine

LANDMARKS:

Going-to-the Sun Road, Logan Pass, Glacier National Park

MAIN CROP:

Wheat, but they also produce flaxseed, canola, lentils, alfalfa and more

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Oil, gold, copper, timber

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NEBRASKA

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STATE FACTS:

Kool-Aid was invented in Nebraska by Edwin Perkins.

CAPITOL:

Lincoln

YEAR ADMITTED:

March 1, 1867

STATE ANIMAL:

White-tailed deer

STATE BIRD:

Western Meadowlark

STATE FISH:

Channel Catfish

STATE FLOWER:

Goldenrod

STATE TREE:

Eastern Cottonwood

LANDMARKS:

Scott's Bluff, Carhenge, Towering sandhills, Old Market

MAIN CROP:

Corn, wheat, hay, potatoes, and more

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Aquifer....Nebraska has one of the largest underground water supplies

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NEVADA

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STATE FACTS:

The State motto is "All for our country."

CAPITOL:

Carson City

YEAR ADMITTED:

October 31, 1864

STATE ANIMAL:

Desert Bighorn Sheep

STATE BIRD:

Mountain Bluebird

STATE FISH:

Lohontan Cutthroat Trout

STATE FLOWER:

Sagebrush

STATE TREE:

Single-leaf Pinyon

LANDMARKS:

Las Vegas Strip, Hoover Dam

MAIN CROP:

Alfalfa, mint, honey, winter and spring wheat, barley, and garlic

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Copper, mercury, gold, silver, tungsten

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NEW HAMPSHIRE

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STATE FACTS:

New Hampshire is one of the windiest states with a wind gust of 231 mph back in 1934. It also got it's name from the town of Hampshire by Captain John Smith.

CAPITOL:

Concord

YEAR ADMITTED:

June 21, 1788

STATE ANIMAL:

White-tailed deer

STATE BIRD:

Purple Finch

STATE FISH:

Striped Bass

STATE FLOWER:

Purple Lilac

STATE TREE:

American White Birch

LANDMARKS:

New Hampshire Route 112, Mount Washington, Lake Winnipesaukee

MAIN CROP:

Apples, hay, sweet corn, and maple

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Clay, loam, and softwood trees

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NEW JERSEY

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STATE FACTS:

The first submarine ride happened in New Jersey.

CAPITOL:

Trenton

YEAR ADMITTED:

December 18, 1787

STATE ANIMAL:

Horse

STATE BIRD:

American Goldfinch

STATE FISH:

Brook Trout

STATE FLOWER:

Violet

STATE TREE:

Northern Red Oak

LANDMARKS:

Jersey Shore, George Washington Bridge, Liberty State Park

MAIN CROP:

Main producers of asparagus, endive, lettuce, spinach, eggplant

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Minerals such as iron ore, copper, zinc, granite

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NEW MEXICO

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STATE FACTS:

CAPITOL:

Santa Fe

YEAR ADMITTED:

January 6, 1912

STATE ANIMAL:

Black Bear

STATE BIRD:

Greater Roadrunner

STATE FISH:

Cutthroat Trout

STATE FLOWER:

Yucca

STATE TREE:

Pinon Pine

LANDMARKS:

Carlsbad Caverns, Chaco Culture Ruins, White Sands National Monument, Bandelier National Monument

MAIN CROP:

Main producers of Chile Peppers, Pinto Beans, Hay, Pecans, Pinon Nuts

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Molybdenum, Potassium Salts, Petroleum, Natural Gas, Copper Zinc, Silver, Gold, Uranium

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NEW YORK

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STATE FACTS:

New York has over 720 miles of subway track.

CAPITOL:

Albany

YEAR ADMITTED:

July 26, 1788

STATE ANIMAL:

Beaver

STATE BIRD:

Eastern Bluebird

STATE FISH:

Brook Trout

STATE FLOWER:

Rose

STATE TREE:

Sugar Maple

LANDMARKS:

Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, Time Square

MAIN CROP:

New York is the # 2 apple producing state, they also produce a lot of vegetables: snap peas, cabbage, sweet corn, tomatoes

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Lead, talc, zinc and an abundant water supply

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NORTH CAROLINA

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STATE FACTS:

The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill is the oldest state university in the United States.

CAPITOL:

Raleigh

YEAR ADMITTED:

November 21, 1789

STATE ANIMAL:

Gray Squirrel

STATE BIRD:

Cardinal

STATE FISH:

Channel Saltwater Trout

STATE FLOWER:

Flowering Dogwood

STATE TREE:

Pine

LANDMARKS:

Pisgah National Park, NASCAR Hall of Fame, Biltmore Estates, Clingmans Dome, Outer Banks

MAIN CROP:

Tobacco, Cotton, Corn and Soybeans

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Lumber

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NORTH DAKOTA

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STATE FACTS:

North Dakota is the number one producer of sunflowers.

CAPITOL:

Bismarck

YEAR ADMITTED:

November 2, 1889

STATE ANIMAL:

Nakota Horse

STATE BIRD:

Western Meadowlark

STATE FISH:

Northern Pike

STATE FLOWER:

Wild Prairie Rose

STATE TREE:

American Elm

LANDMARKS:

Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Maah Daah Hey Trail, Fort Abraham Lincoln Park, International Peace Garden

MAIN CROP:

Buckwheat, flaxseed, sunflower, barley, oats, sugarbeets, navy and pinto beans

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Petroleum, natural gas, but it is a large agricultural producer as well.

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OHIO

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STATE FACTS:

CAPITOL:

Columbus

YEAR ADMITTED:

March 1, 1803

STATE ANIMAL:

White-tailed deer

STATE BIRD:

Cardinal

STATE FISH:

Walleye

STATE FLOWER:

Scarlet Carnation

STATE TREE:

Ohio Buckeye

LANDMARKS:

Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cedar Point, Hocking Hills State Park, Ohio River

MAIN CROP:

Leader in soybean production

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Limestone, natural gas, oil

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OKLAHOMA

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STATE FACTS:

The world's first parking meter was installed in Oklahoma in 1935.

CAPITOL:

Oklahoma City

YEAR ADMITTED:

November 16, 1907

STATE ANIMAL:

Bison

STATE BIRD:

Scissor-tailed Flycatcher

STATE FISH:

White Bass

STATE FLOWER:

Mistletoe

STATE TREE:

Eastern Redbud

LANDMARKS:

National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, Beaver's Bend Park, Turner Falls, Washita Battlefield National Historic Site

MAIN CROP:

Wheat

NATURAL RESCOURCES:

Petroleum

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