Nevada

36th State Of The Union
Motto: All For Our Country
From the spanish word “Nevada”
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Nevada entered the union in 1864
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It was first explored by Trappers and traders that entered the Nevada
area in the 1820s.The U.S. obtained the region...
State Symbols
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Flower – Sagebrush (1917)

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Tree – Bristlecone Pine (1953)

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Bird – Mountain Bluebird (1967)

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Song...
Nickname: Silver State
Main Cities
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Las Vegas: 583,756

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Henderson: 257,729

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Reno: 225,221

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Sparks: 90,264

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Carson City: 55,274
Capital City: Carson City
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The city is a trade center for a mining and agricultural
area. In 1861, when the Territory of...
Andrea Agassi

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Andre Kirk Agassi (1970–) Was an American tennis player, born in Las
Vegas, Neveda. Trained by ...
Hoover Dam
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Hoover Dam, 221 m. high and 379 m. long, on the Colorado River between
Nevada and Arizona, one of the ...
Hoover Dam
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Hoover Dam, 221 m. high and 379 m. long, on the Colorado River between
Nevada and Arizona, one of the ...
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  1. 1. Nevada 36th State Of The Union Motto: All For Our Country
  2. 2. From the spanish word “Nevada” ● Nevada entered the union in 1864
  3. 3. • • It was first explored by Trappers and traders that entered the Nevada area in the 1820s.The U.S. obtained the region in 1848 following the Mexican War. Nevada was made famous by the discovery of the Comstock Lode, the richest known U.S. silver deposit,
  4. 4. State Symbols ● Flower – Sagebrush (1917) ● Tree – Bristlecone Pine (1953) ● Bird – Mountain Bluebird (1967) ● Song– Home Means Nevada(1993) ● Mineral – Silver (1977)
  5. 5. Nickname: Silver State
  6. 6. Main Cities ● Las Vegas: 583,756 ● Henderson: 257,729 ● Reno: 225,221 ● Sparks: 90,264 ● Carson City: 55,274
  7. 7. Capital City: Carson City ● The city is a trade center for a mining and agricultural area. In 1861, when the Territory of Nevada was created, the city was made the capital, and in 1864 it became the state capital.
  8. 8. Andrea Agassi ● ● ● ● Andre Kirk Agassi (1970–) Was an American tennis player, born in Las Vegas, Neveda. Trained by his Armenian immigrant father, he turned professional in 1986. He won a total of 60 singles titles during his career. Agassi, who retired in 2006, is married to Steffi Graf ex world No. 1 tennis player. In 2010, Sports Illustrated named Agassi the 7th greatest male player of all time. On 9 July 2011, Agassi was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame at a ceremony in Newport, Rhode Island.
  9. 9. Hoover Dam ● ● ● Hoover Dam, 221 m. high and 379 m. long, on the Colorado River between Nevada and Arizona, one of the world's largest dam's. Built between 1931 and 1936 by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, the dam is named for President Herbert Hoover. with the longest concrete arch, 329 m. in the United States.
  10. 10. Hoover Dam ● ● ● Hoover Dam, 221 m. high and 379 m. long, on the Colorado River between Nevada and Arizona, one of the world's largest dam's. Built between 1931 and 1936 by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, the dam is named for President Herbert Hoover. with the longest concrete arch, 329 m. in the United States.

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