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The U.S. stateof Missouri<br />This Project isAbout U.S state of Missouri<br />
InformationAbout Missouri<br />Population : 5842713<br />Area : 180 693 km²<br />Motto : SalusPopuli Suprema LexEsto<br />...
Capital<br />                Capital of Missouri is a Jefferson City.<br />Population : 40,771<br />Area : 73.2km2<br />Of...
InteresingPlaces On Missouri <br /> <br />A Piece of the Berlin Wall<br />TheGatewayArch<br />
State Flower<br />The White Hawthorn Blossom was named the state flower of Missouri on March 16, 1923. These flowers are w...
State Bird<br />On March 30, 1927, the native bluebird became the official state bird of Missouri. The bluebird, considere...
State Tree<br />On June 20, 1955, the flowering dogwood (Cornus Florida L.) became Missouri's official tree. The tree is s...
State Animal<br />On May 31, 1995, Governor Mel Carnahan signed a bill designating the Missouri mule as the official state...
HighestElevation In Missouri <br />Taum Sauk Mountain in the Saint Francois Mountains is the highest point in the U.S. Sta...
MainProduct<br />The agriculture products of the state are : <br />Beef<br />Soybeans<br />Pork<br />DairyProduct<br />Hay...
Natural Resources<br />Missouri has vast quantities of limestone. Other resources mined are lead, coal, and crushed stone....
TheEnd<br />Andrzej Reich II C<br />
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  1. 1. The U.S. stateof Missouri<br />This Project isAbout U.S state of Missouri<br />
  2. 2. InformationAbout Missouri<br />Population : 5842713<br />Area : 180 693 km²<br />Motto : SalusPopuli Suprema LexEsto<br />Nickname : The Show Me State <br />Date of Admission : 1821<br />
  3. 3. Capital<br /> Capital of Missouri is a Jefferson City.<br />Population : 40,771<br />Area : 73.2km2<br />OfficiallSite :Official Site The U.S state Of Missouri<br />
  4. 4. InteresingPlaces On Missouri <br /> <br />A Piece of the Berlin Wall<br />TheGatewayArch<br />
  5. 5. State Flower<br />The White Hawthorn Blossom was named the state flower of Missouri on March 16, 1923. These flowers are white and grow in bunches on hawthorn trees. The White Hawthorn Blossom is most common in southern Missouri.<br />
  6. 6. State Bird<br />On March 30, 1927, the native bluebird became the official state bird of Missouri. The bluebird, considered a symbol of happiness, is usually 6 1/2 to 7 inches long. While its upper parts are covered with light blue plumage, its breast is cinnamon red, turning rust-colored in the fall. The bluebird is common in Missouri from early spring until late November.<br />
  7. 7. State Tree<br />On June 20, 1955, the flowering dogwood (Cornus Florida L.) became Missouri's official tree. The tree is small in size, rarely growing over 40 feet in height or 18 inches in diameter. The dogwood sprouts tiny greenish-yellow flowers in clusters, with each flower surrounded by four white petals. The paried, oval leaves are olive green above and covered with silvery hairs underneath. In the fall, the upper part of the leaves turns scarlet or orange and bright red fruits grow on the tree.<br />
  8. 8. State Animal<br />On May 31, 1995, Governor Mel Carnahan signed a bill designating the Missouri mule as the official state animal. The mule is a hybrid, the offspring of a mare (female horse) and a jack (male donkey). After its introduction to the state in the 1820s, the mule quickly became popular with farmers and settlers because of its hardy nature.<br />
  9. 9. HighestElevation In Missouri <br />Taum Sauk Mountain in the Saint Francois Mountains is the highest point in the U.S. State of Missouri, 1,772 feet (540 m) above mean sea level.<br />
  10. 10. MainProduct<br />The agriculture products of the state are : <br />Beef<br />Soybeans<br />Pork<br />DairyProduct<br />Hay<br />Corn<br />Poultry<br />Sorghum<br />Cotton<br />Rice<br />Eggs<br />
  11. 11. Natural Resources<br />Missouri has vast quantities of limestone. Other resources mined are lead, coal, and crushed stone. Missouri produces the most lead of all of the states<br />Limestone<br />Lead<br />Coal<br />
  12. 12. TheEnd<br />Andrzej Reich II C<br />

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