Business Department               SHS          Business       BY:Department           Havanna          SHS          Gallag...
   Colorado is known for the Rocky Mountains and    how great the skiing is.   This state is the highest in the United S...
   Michigan is know for the four Great Lakes.   This state is called the “Auto State” because the    automobile manufact...
 Montana is know for all the mountains and plains  in the state. Also, in the Gold Rush the state got the name “  The Tr...
   Nevada gained their statehood in 1864.   The population increase in Nevada is from    construction, finance, tourism,...
 New Jersey was the third state to ratify the  constitution in 1787. It was also the first state to ratify the Bill of R...
 Rhode Island is the smallest state of the union. The shoreline on Narragansett Bay runs for 400  miles. Roger Williams...
 New York is the “Big Apple” and it is known for the  performing arts. Also, New York holds Time Square, Fifth  Avenue, ...
 In Oklahoma more than 50 languages are spoken. This state is the home of the Indians. There are five Indian tribes cal...
 Vermont is very independent. Also, this state was the first to outlaw slavery. Vermont is made up of hills and valleys...
 Utah is the home of the Mormons. The 20002 Winter Olympics was in Utah. Early settlers were said to carry “Swarms of B...
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  1. 1. Business Department SHS Business BY:Department Havanna SHS Gallagher BY: Havanna Gallagher
  2. 2.  Colorado is known for the Rocky Mountains and how great the skiing is. This state is the highest in the United States with an elevation on 14,000 ft. The home of the rocky mountains manufactures medical instruments. Also, they are a major agriculture and mining state. Colorado is also known for the thousands of buffalo roaming the plains.
  3. 3.  Michigan is know for the four Great Lakes. This state is called the “Auto State” because the automobile manufacturing plays a big role in the state. Michigan is also called the “Wolverine State” for the abundance of wolverines that once roamed the earth. The state is divided into two different sections.(Upper and lower peninsula) One section (upper) is all forest pretty much and the other section (lower) is all the cities.
  4. 4.  Montana is know for all the mountains and plains in the state. Also, in the Gold Rush the state got the name “ The Treasure State” for all the minerals found. The mining in this state gave the nickname “Bonanza state”. Also, Montana has hoards of cattle almost everywhere. This state is also called the “Big Sky Country” for how broad the sky is.
  5. 5.  Nevada gained their statehood in 1864. The population increase in Nevada is from construction, finance, tourism, and gambling. Silver is the primary mineral mined in Nevada, it gives them the name “ Silver State”. Sagebrush is Nevada’s state flower because there is so much of it. This state is also known for the bird the sage hen because it is found in Nevada.
  6. 6.  New Jersey was the third state to ratify the constitution in 1787. It was also the first state to ratify the Bill of Rights. This state is the leading industrial state in the country. New Jersey had the nickname “The Garden State” for the floral produce. This state also has the nickname “Jersey Blue State” because in the revolutionary war they had blue uniforms.
  7. 7.  Rhode Island is the smallest state of the union. The shoreline on Narragansett Bay runs for 400 miles. Roger Williams founded the Providence Plantation in 1636. Rhode Island is the farthest south in New England. The people from Rhode Island are called Rhode Islanders.
  8. 8.  New York is the “Big Apple” and it is known for the performing arts. Also, New York holds Time Square, Fifth Avenue, and the Empire State Building. The Statue of Liberty is in New York. There is also a holiday in may for the anniversary Empire State Building. This state was named after Duke of York, the brother of the English King.
  9. 9.  In Oklahoma more than 50 languages are spoken. This state is the home of the Indians. There are five Indian tribes called; Creeks, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Cherokee, and Seminoles. Its history consists of cowboys, Indians, battles, oil discoveries, and dust storms. There are 55 distinct Indian tribes.
  10. 10.  Vermont is very independent. Also, this state was the first to outlaw slavery. Vermont is made up of hills and valleys. Also, Vermont as a beautiful scenery that hundreds go to see. Vermont is hope of the “Green Mountains”.
  11. 11.  Utah is the home of the Mormons. The 20002 Winter Olympics was in Utah. Early settlers were said to carry “Swarms of Bees”. This state is famous for there lake (The Salt Lake). Utah was founded in 1847.

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