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  • United States of America
    • Danielle D’Amico
  • History of the United States
    • 13 original colonies:
    • Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Virginia
    Declaration of Independence: Allowed the 13 colonies to be free from Britain and become independent states
  • United States
    • 50 States
    SOME STATES TO REMEMBER OKLAHOMA NEBRASKA MONTANA KANSAS IDAHO MISSOURI DELAWARE ARIZONA NEVADA NORTH DAKOTA WYOMING UTAH GEORGIA
  • Some states have nicknames California The Golden State New York The Empire State Delaware The First State Florida The Sunshine State Ohio The Buckeye State Georgia The Peach State New Jersey The Garden State Arizona The Grand Canyon State Kansas The Sunflower State
  • Some questions to test your knowledge…
  • Which color labels the Midwest States? RED GREEN YELLOW BLUE
  • Which state is this? DELAWARE UTAH IDAHO KANSAS ARIZONA MISSOURI
  • Name this state MONTANA WYOMING MISSOURI NORTH DAKOTA GEORGIA ARKANSAS
  • Which state is next to Vermont? VERMONT DELAWARE MAINE RHODE ISLAND NEW JERSEY
  • Which state is know as the Sunshine State? CALIFORNIA NEW MEXICO FLORIDA
  • Correct
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  • Sources
    • http://www.50states.com/nickname.htm
    • http://www.ushistory.org/DECLARATION/