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50 states keaton

  1. 1. 50 states
  2. 2. Hawaii•Capital City : Honolulu•Admission to Statehood :August 21, 1959•Flower : Hibiscus or PuaAloalo•Highest Point: MaunaKea; 13,796 feet, 6th•Population: Quickfacts 1,211,537;42nd, 12/00
  3. 3. OregonColleges, Universities:Oregon Colleges, OregonBusiness Schools OregonArt SchoolsCapital City: SalemAdmission to Statehood:February 14, 1859Flower: Oregon GrapePopulation: Quickfacts 3,421,399; 28th,12/00
  4. 4. TexasCapital City: AustinNickname: LoneStar StateTree: PecanFlower: Bluebonnet Admission toStatehood: December29, 1845
  5. 5. WisconsinTree: Sugar MaplePopulation: Quickfacts 5,363,675;18th, 12/00Highest Point: TimmsHill; 1,951 feet, 39thLowest Point: Shore ofLake Michigan; 581feet, 41stFlower: Wood Violet
  6. 6. MinnesotaCapital City: Saint PaulLocation:44.839N, 92.994WAdmission to Statehood:May 11, 1858Geographic Center: CrowWing, 10 miles southwestof BrainerdHighest Point: EagleMountain; 2,301 feet, 37th
  7. 7. FloridaCapital City:TallahasseeLocation:30.457N, 84.281WAdmission toStatehood: March3, 1845Flower: OrangeblossomHighest Point:Britton Hill; 345feet, 50th
  8. 8. OklahomaFlower: MistletoeHighest Point: Black Mesa;4,973 feet, 23rdPopulation: 3,450,654;27th, 12/00Area Codes: 405 - 580 –918Admission to Statehood:November 16, 1907
  9. 9. MichiganAdmission to Statehood:January 26, 1837Lowest Point: Shore of LakeErie; 572 feet, 40thHighest Point: Mt. Arvon;1,980 feet, 38thLocation: 42.709N, 84.553WArea: 96810sq.mi., 11th Land 56809sq.mi., 22nd Water 40001sq.mi., 2nd Great Lakes38,192 sq.mi., 1st
  10. 10. Ohio•Location:39.988N, 82.987W•Admission to Statehood:March 1, 1803•Highest Point: CampbellHill; 1,550 feet, 43rd•Flower: Scarlet Carnation•Lowest Point: Ohio River;433 feet, 36th

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