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Note Taking Lesson

  1. 1. Nebraska is a state in the Midwest region of the United States. It lies between Iowa and Wyoming. South Dakota forms Nebraska’s northern border. Kansas and Colorado lie to the south. Nebraska is one of the leading farming states. It is call the Cornhusker State because corn is its most important crop. The nickname also comes from the cornhusking contests that were once held each fall. Lincoln is the capital and second largest city of Nebraska. Many colleges and universities are located in Lincoln. Omaha, Nebraska’s largest city, is a leading producer of frozen foods. It lies on the state’s eastern border, along the Missouri River.
  2. 2. Nebraska is a state in the Midwest region of the United States. It lies between Iowa and Wyoming . South Dakota forms Nebraska’s northern border . Kansas and Colorado lie to the south . Nebraska is one of the leading farming states . It is call the Cornhusker State because corn is its most important crop . The nickname also comes from the cornhusking contests that were once held each fall. Lincoln is the capital and second largest city of Nebraska. Many colleges and universities are located in Lincoln. Omaha , Nebraska’s largest city , is a leading producer of frozen foods . It lies on the state’s eastern border , along the Missouri River .
  3. 3. Midwest region between Iowa and Wyoming . South Dakota = northern border . Kansas and Colorado = south; leading farming state . Cornhusker State (nickname) = corn most important crop . Lincoln = capital; many colleges and universities located here. Omaha = largest city , & leading producer of frozen foods; on eastern border by Missouri River. Nebraska World Book Student Discovery Encyclopedia, page 24

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