   Capital City:    Sacramento   It became a state on    September 9, 1850   The State Flower is the    California Popp...
 Capital City: Albany It became a state on July 26, 1788. It’s population is 18,976,457 The name comes from England’s ...
 The Capital is Phoenix Became a state in  February 14, 1912 Their state bird is the  Cactus Wren State Flower: Saguar...
   Capital City: Honolulu   State Bird: Nene   State Flower: Hibiscus or    Pua Aloalo   It’s highest point is    Maun...
   Capital City: Austin   State Flower: Blue    Bonnet   Highest Point would    be Guadalupe Peak.    It lies at 8, 749...
 Capital City: Baton  Rouge Their motto is  “Union, justice, and  confidence.” The state was named  in honor of France’...
   Capital City:    Harrisburg   State Flower:    Mountain Laurel   Lowest Point:    Delaware River & it    lies on Sea...
   Capital City:    Springfield   Became a state on    December 3, 1818   State Bird: Cardinal   State Flower: Purple ...
 Capital City: Frankfort It became a state on  June 1, 1792 The State Flower is:  Goldenrod It’s highest point is  Bla...
 Capital City: Boston Admission to  Statehood was on  February 6, 1788 Their state flower is a  Mayflower Their motto ...
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  1. 1.  Capital City: Sacramento It became a state on September 9, 1850 The State Flower is the California Poppy The State Motto is “I Have Found It” President Richard Milhous Nixon was born here.
  2. 2.  Capital City: Albany It became a state on July 26, 1788. It’s population is 18,976,457 The name comes from England’s Duke of York State Flower: Rose
  3. 3.  The Capital is Phoenix Became a state in February 14, 1912 Their state bird is the Cactus Wren State Flower: Saguaro Cactus Blossom Lowest Point is the Colorado River which lies at 70 feet.
  4. 4.  Capital City: Honolulu State Bird: Nene State Flower: Hibiscus or Pua Aloalo It’s highest point is Mauna Kea: 13,976 feet high Governor: Neil Abercrombie
  5. 5.  Capital City: Austin State Flower: Blue Bonnet Highest Point would be Guadalupe Peak. It lies at 8, 749 ft. It became a state on December 29, 1845. The state’s motto is “Friendship.”
  6. 6.  Capital City: Baton Rouge Their motto is “Union, justice, and confidence.” The state was named in honor of France’s King Louis XIV State Flower: Magnolia Highest Point is Driskell Mtn. 535 ft.
  7. 7.  Capital City: Harrisburg State Flower: Mountain Laurel Lowest Point: Delaware River & it lies on Sea Level It’s nickname is Keystone State Constitution: 2nd state
  8. 8.  Capital City: Springfield Became a state on December 3, 1818 State Bird: Cardinal State Flower: Purple Violet It’s Nickname is Prairie State
  9. 9.  Capital City: Frankfort It became a state on June 1, 1792 The State Flower is: Goldenrod It’s highest point is Black Mountain and it’s 4,145 ft. President Abraham Lincoln was born here.
  10. 10.  Capital City: Boston Admission to Statehood was on February 6, 1788 Their state flower is a Mayflower Their motto is: “By the sword we seek peace, but peace only under liberty” It’s nicknamed the Bay State
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