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Fifty States

Fifty States

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    • The Fifty States of America BY RILEY STANTON COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 2 MRS. WILLIAMS 23 JANUARY 2012
    • California Eureka-I have found it Education in the state of California, to some, is a downward spiral heading to nothing in a pit of despair. Others howwould disagree. Education has become such a priority in ourstate that we do not focus on one on one relationships withteachers and students. The capital city of California is Sacramento. Population of California sums up to 36, 961, 664 people inthe year of 2011. San Bernardino county has been home to some residencesfor over 70 years. The lowest point in California is Death Valley. Death Valleyis 282 feet below sea level.
    • Delaware Liberty and Independence Delaware is an agricultural state. Growing soybeans dairy product andcorn, raising poultry and nursing stock. The capital of Delaware is Dover. Industries such as chemical products and food processing are the twomajor industries in Delaware. The state flag was adopted on July 24, 1913. Inside the diamondrepresents commerce. The state flower is the Peach Blossom.
    • Florida In God we Trust Florida’s nickname is The Sunshine State because of it’swarm weather. Land in Florida is mostly flat and has rolling hills in theNorthwest. The highest point is Britton Hill which is 345 feet high. Florida’s state flower is the Orange Blossom. Tallahassee is Florida’s capital. March 3, 1845 is when Florida admitted to state hood.
    • Hawaii The Islands of Aloha Hawaii was the last state to join the United States. The big island of Hawaii has two huge volcanoes on it. The volcanoes are called,Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea. The state bird is the Nene. The capital of Hawaii is Honolulu which is located on the island of Oahu. Their state flower is a hibiscus or a Pua Aloala.
    • Maryland Strong deeds, Gently words The lowest point in Maryland is Bloody Point Hole which is 174 feet below sealevel. The agriculture includes seafood, poultry and eggs, dairy products, nurserystock, cattle, soybeans, corn. The capital of Maryland is Annapolis. The state bird is the Baltimore Oriole. Maryland’s state flower is the Black-eyed Susan.
    • Rhode Island Hope Rhode Island state is also known as the ocean state. The highest point in this state is Jerimoth Hill which is 812 feet high. The lowest point is the Atlantic Coast which is about at sea level. Rhode Island is an Industry state so their income mostly comes from fashionjewelry, fabricated metal products, electric equipment, machinery, shipbuildingand boatbuilding, tourism. Rhode Island is the 13th state in the Constitution.
    • Nevada All for our CountryThe capital of Nevada is Carson CityThe state bird is the mountain blue birdThe agriculture is cattle, hay, dairy products and potatoesThe state flower is the sage bushIt is known as the Silver state
    • New York ExcelsiorcelsiorThe capital of New York is AlbanyThe state bird is the blue birdThere are many art schools in New York. One of them is Julliard.The state flower is the roseNew York is known as the Empire State
    • Washington Bye and ByeThe capital of Washington is OlympiaWashington is one of the wettest places in the continental U.S.The state bird is the Willow GoldfinchThe nickname is The Evergreen stateThe origin of the state name is named after President Washington
    • Texas FriendshipThe Capital is AustinThe state flower is the Blue BonnetThe lowest point is the Gulf CoastThe nickname is the Lone Star StateThe state song is Texas, Our Texas.