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  • 1. Colorado Nil Sine Numine Nothing with out the deity By: Matthew Lookingbill and Dale Williams
  • 2. History of Colorado
      • On August 1, 1876 Colorado was admitted to the United States.
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      • 38th state and earning it the moniker "Centennial State",    
    • because it entered the union in 1876, 100 years after the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
  • 3. Colorado flag
      • Designed by Andrew Carlisle Johnson in 1911.  The blue stands for the sky and the white stands for the snow capped mountans.
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  • 4. Colorado population
      • State population - around 39,864, 1876
      • State population - over 5 million, 2011
      • Population ranked 22nd in US, around 48.31/sq mi
  • 5. Colorado facts
      • The longest set of dinosaur tracks discovered to date is in Picketwire Canyon near La Junta in southeastern Colorado.
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      • Denver, lays claim to the invention of the cheeseburger. The trademark for the name Cheeseburger was awarded in 1935 to Louis Ballast
  • 6. Colorado's geography
      • The land area is 103, 717 square miles
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      • Colorado has 54 14,000 ft. mountain peaks, more than any in the U.S.
  • 7. Colorado Colleges
      • ITT Technical Institute
      • Develop knowledge to pursue many of today's fastest growing career fields, including electronics, web development, computer programming,computer networking, computer drafting and design, criminal justice, business and health sciences.
    •   http://www.50states.com/college/colorado.htm
      • DeVry University
      • Devry University is an accredited university offering you the flexibility of over 90 locations, online courses and a wide variety of bachelor’s and master’s degree programs.
  • 8. Major Cities
      • Denver-The capitol of Colorado, in the first few years, Denver was destroyed twice, once by fire, and once by flood, named after James William Denver, the 1858 gov
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      •   Colorado Spirngs-A city in Colorado, the United States Air Force Academy is located here.
  • 9. Sports
      • The Broncos
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      •   Established in 1960
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      •   Two super bowl wins in 1997 and 1998
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      •   Best player is John Elway
  • 10. What to do
      • There are many things to do in Colorado
      • Skiing or Snowboarding
      • Mountain Climbing
      •   Many Casinos
      • Amusement Parks
      • Aquariums
  • 11. Colorado Rocky Mountains
      • The highest peak in the rockies is Mt. Elbert which is in Colorado
      • The Rocky Mountains stretch more than 3,000 miles (4,830 km) from the northernmost part of British Columbia , in western Canada , to New Mexico , in the southwestern United States .
  • 12. Famous people from Colorado
      • Tim Allen
      • Lon Chaney
      • Ralph Edwards
      • Ted Mack
      • Paul Whiteman
  • 13. Colorado Video
    • http://www.earthcam.com/usa/colorado/
  • 14. Colorado Pictures
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  • 15. Conclusion
    •      In conclusion, Colorado Is a great state to visit if you're looking for diversity. It has many bustling cities filled with lots to do and many places to go. On the other side it has a lot of peaceful nature places like the Rocky Mountains. With many attractions and other places to visit Colorado is a wonderful place all-around.

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