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50 states maria beltran

  1. 1. Maria BeltranComputer Applications 1-P6
  2. 2. Florida Sunshine Sate Capital city is Tallahassee Became state on March 3, 1845 Gatorade was named for the University of Florida Gators where the drink was first developed. The state flower is the orange blossom. It is located at 30.457N, 84.281W
  3. 3. New York I Love New York Capital city is Albany It became a state on July 26, 1788 State flower is the Rose Statue of Liberty is symbol of freedom and democracy Nickname is “Empire State”
  4. 4. Wisconsin Stay Just A Little Bit Longer Capital City is Madison Dairy capital of the United States State nickname is “Badger State” The hamburger hall of fame is located in Seymour, Wisconsin The state flower is the Wood Violet
  5. 5. California Find yourself here Capital city is Sacramento San Bernardino county is the largest county in the country One of every eight people in the United States lives in California State motto is Eureka!, meaning “ I have found it!” The first motion picture theatre opened in Los Angeles on April 2, 1902
  6. 6. Hawaii The Islands Of Aloha Capital city is Honolulu It is the only state that grows coffee State flower is the Hibiscus Hawaii is made of under sea volcanoes Last state admitted to the Union on August 20th, 1959
  7. 7. Alabama Unforgettable Capital city is Montgomery Admitted as a state on December 14, 1819 A skeleton of a pre-historic man was found in Russell Cave The Confederate flag was designed in 1861 Hitler’s typewriter is on display in the Hall of History in Bessem
  8. 8. Rhode Island And Providence Plantations Capital city is Providence Admitted to statehood on May 29, 1790 It is the smallest state in the U.S. The first circus opened in the U.S. was in Newport in 1774 The state’s official name is Rhode Island and Providence Plantations
  9. 9. New JerseyNew Jersey and You are Perfect Together Capital city is Trenton It is the car theft capital of the world Atlantic City is where the street names come from for Monopoly The first drive in movie theatre was in Camden The first baseball game was played in Hoboken
  10. 10. Alaska North! To Alaska Capital city is Juneau It became a state on January 3, 1959 State flower is the Forget Me Not 25% of the oil in the U.S. comes from Alaska It became property of the U.S. on October 18, 1867
  11. 11. Kansas Heart Of America’s West Capital city is Topeka It became a state on January 29, 1861 Pizza Hut opened it’s first restaurant in Wichita A ball of twine in Cawker City measures 38 feet in all around and weighs more than 165,750 lbs. State flower is the Sunflower

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