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  1. 1. Business Department SHS By: Tristan Garcia
  2. 2. •The state of Oregon is the only state flag that displays two different images • The Castor Canadensis the “American Beaver” was named the Oregon’s state animal, Oregon was named the beaver state in the year 1961. • Oregon's deepest river is Hell's Canyon , it is7,900 feet. And it’s located between Oregon and Idaho on the Snake River. • In the year 1997 Oregon’s milk was declared the state’s beverage. • In the year 1899, Oregon Grape (Berberis Aquifolium) was declared the Oregon state flower .
  3. 3.  Hawaii’s nickname is the Aloha state  The Yellow Hibiscus - a.k.a. the Pua Aloalo is the state flower  Hawaii joined the union on August 21,1959 it was the 50th State  Hawaii may been named for the traditional home of the Polynesians, Hawaii or Hawaiki, called "Owhyhee".  The states mammal is a Humpback whale
  4. 4.  Capital City Tallahassee  Florida was the 27th state in the U.S; it was admitted on March 3, 1845.  The state nickname is “The Sunshine State”  The highest point in Florida is a “hill in Walton County - 345 feet (105 m) above sea level”  The state beverage is Florida orange juice  The alligator is the state of Florida’s state mammal
  5. 5. • Capital City: Montgomery • Admission to Statehood: December 14,1819 • State Flower: Camellia • Highest Point: Cheaha Mountain; 2407feet, 35th • 4,447,100 since the year 2000 23rd most populous state in the U.S
  6. 6.  New York’s population is 18,976,457 since the year 2000 New York is the third most populated state in the USA, after California and Texas  Residents of New York are called New Yorkers  The main rivers out in New York are the Hudson River, Mohawk River, Genesee River  Mt. Marcy is New York’s highest point, 5,344 feet (1,629 m) above sea level  New York had first been named when the English took over of the area that had been called "New Netherland" in 1664, and renamed it New York to honor the Duke of York (York is a city in England).
  7. 7.  State Fruit: Wild Huckleberry  Fish: Cutthroat Trout  Gem: Star Garnet  Dance: Square Dance  Highest Elevation: 12,662 ft. (Mt. Borah)
  8. 8.  Texas main rivers: Rio Grande, Red River, Brazos River  The highest point in Texas is Guadalupe Peak, it is 8,749 feet (2,667 m) above sea level  The Lone Star State is Texas’s nickname  State mammal (large) is the Texas Longhorn  State mammal(small) is the Armadillo
  9. 9.  12,281,054 since 2000 Pennsylvania is the sixth most populated state in the USA, just after California, New York, Texas, Florida and Illinois  People who live in Pennsylvania are called Pennsylvanians  Pennsylvania’s highest point is Mt. Davis; it is 3,213 feet (979 m) above sea level  The state was named to honor Admiral William Penn and his son, William Penn, Pennsylvania's founder.  The states nickname is “The Keystone State”
  10. 10.  Louisiana is the 22nd most populated state in the U.S; it has 4,468,976 people since the year 2000.  Residents are usually either called Louisianans or Louisianians  The main rivers are; Mississippi River, Red River, Ouachita River, Atchafalaya River, Sabine River  The lowest point is New Orleans it’s 8 feet (2.5 m) BELOW sea level  Louisiana was named by the French explorer Sieur de La Salle in 1682 to honor King Louis XIV (14) of France.
  11. 11.  Michigan is the 8th most populous state in the U.S; it has 9,938,444 citizens  Citizens in Michigan are referred to as either Michiganders, Michiganians or Michiganites  Michigan is well known for the Great Lakes(Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, Lake Huron, Lake Erie, Lake St. Clair)  Michigan is from an Algonquian Chippewa Indian word "meicigama" that means "big sea water" (referring to the Great Lakes)  The states nickname is the “Wolverine State”
  12. 12.  http://www.pinnacle-travel.org/hawaii/facts.htm  http://www.oregon.com/living/state_facts  http://www.enchantedlearning.com/usa/states/florida/  http://www.enchantedlearning.com/usa/states/alabama/  http://www.enchantedlearning.com/usa/states/newyork/  http://www.visitidaho.org/facts-about-idaho/  http://www.enchantedlearning.com/usa/states/texas/  http://www.enchantedlearning.com/usa/states/pennsylvania/  http://www.enchantedlearning.com/usa/states/louisiana/  http://www.enchantedlearning.com/usa/states/michigan/