UNITED STATES of AMERICA
(In God We Trust)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. New York City
2. Washington D.C. (Pop. 628,000)
3. Las Vegas
4. San Francisco
5. Hawaii
6. L.A.
7. Chicago
8. Yellowstone National Park
9. The Grand Canyon
10. (Tie)New Orleans, Miami Beach, and San Diego
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. National Bird - American Bald Eagle
2. Population - About 314 Million
3. Highest Mountain - McKinley (20,320 Ft.)
4. Largest Falls - Yosemite (2425 Ft.)
5. Deepest Lake - Crater Lake, OR (1932 Ft.)
6. Tallest Building - Sears Tower (1450 Ft.)
 

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ALABAMA
(Heart of Dixie) (Pop. 4,832,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. First White House of the Confederacy
2. Civil Rights Memorial
3. Space and Rocket Center
4. Robert Trent Golf Trail
5. Moundville State Monument
6. USS Alabama
7. Russell Cave
8. Gulf Shores
9. Rickwood/Cathedral Caverns
10. Oak Mountain
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Yellowhammer
2. Flower - Camellia
3. Highest Point - Cheaha Mountain (2407 feet)
4. Largest City - Birmingham
5. Products - Poultry and eggs
6. Tree - Longleaf Pine
 
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ALASKA
(The Last Fontier) (Pop. 734,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Glacier Bay National Park
2. Inside Passage
3. Ketchikan Totems
4. Denali National Park (Wildlife)
5. Mt. McKinley
6. Katmai National Park
7. Mt. Roberts Tramway
8. Pribilof Islands (Seals)
9. FIshing
10. Moose Mountain Skiing
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Tallest U.S. Mountain - McKinley (20,320 Ft.)
2. Motto - North To The Future
3. Juneau Population is 30,711
4. Tree - Sitka Spruce
5. State Gem is Jade
6. Dog Mushing is the State Sport
 
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ARIZONA
(Grand Canyon State) (Pop. 6,582,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. The Grand Canyon
2. Painted Desert
3. Saguaro Cactus
4. Petrified Forest National Park
5. Meteor Crater
6. Navajo National Monument
7. White Mountains
8. Coronado National Forest
9. Prescott National Forest
10. Sonora Desert
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Cactus Wren
2. Flower - Saguaro Cactus
3. Tree - Yellow Palo Verde
4. Tallest Mountain - Humphrey's Peak (12,633 Ft.)
5. Lowest Point - Colorado River (60 Ft.)
6. Sonora Desert covers 120,000 Square Miles
 
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ARKANSAS
(The Razorback State) (Pop. 2,961,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Hot Springs National Park
2. Eureka Springs
3. Ozark Folk Center
4. Blanchard Caverns
5. Crater of Diamonds
6. Toltec Mounds
7. Pea Ridge National Military Park
8. Wiederkehr Wine Village
9. Buffalo National River
10. Tanyard Springs
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Mockingbird
2. Flower - Apple Blossom
3. Products - Hogs and Soybeans
4. Highest Point - Magazine Mountain (2753 Ft.)
5. Special Product - Diamonds
6. Tree - loblolly Pine
 
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CALIFORNIA
(Golden State) (Pop. 38,100,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Hollywood
2. Golden Gate Bridge
3. Disneyland
4. Redwoods State Park
5. San Diego Zoo
6. Inyo National Forest
7. Napa Wine Country
8. San Francisco
9. Yosemite National Park
10. Rose Bowl
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Tree - Redwood
2. Flower - California Poppy
3. There is a Bear on the State Flag
4. Tallest Mountain - Mt. Whitney (14,494 Ft.)
5. Most populated State - 33,871,648 people
6. Lowest U.S. Point - Death Valley (-282 Ft.)
 
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COLORADO
(Centennial State) (Pop. 5,195,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Rocky Mountain National Park
2. Aspen Ski Resort
3. Colorado Springs
4. Black Canyon
5. Pike's Peak
6. Mesa Verde National Park
7. Grand Mesa National Forest
8. Central City Mining
9. Garden of the Gods
10. Denver Broncos
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Tree - Blue Spruce
2. Highest Mountain - Mt. Elbert (14,433 Ft.)
3. There are 36 mountains over 14,000 feet
4. Lowest Point - Anikaree River
5. Flower - Rocky Moutain Columbine
6. Second Biggist City - Colorado Springs (360,000)
 
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CONNECTICUT
(Constitution State) (Pop. 3,592,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Mark Twain House
2. Mystic Seaport
3. Peabody Museum
4. Bridgeport
5. Gillette Castle
6. P.T. Barnum Museum
7. U.S.S. Nautilus Memorial
8. Foxwood and Mohegan Sun Casinos
9. Yale Art Gallery
10. Old State House
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Largest city - Bridgeport (140,000)
2. Flower - Mountain Laurel
3. Bird - Robin
4. Tallest Mountain - Mt. Frirsell (2380)
5. Products - Airplane Engines and parts
6. Song - Yankee Doodle
 
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DELAWARE
(Diamond State) (Pop. 917,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. New Sweden
2. Holy Trinity Church
3. Hagley and Winterthur Museums
4. New Castle
5. Dover Downs International Speedway
6. Rehoboth Beach
7. Seaside Nature Center
8. Cape Henlopen State Park
9. Lewes
10. State Fair
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Blue Hen Chicken
2. Flower - Peach Blossom
3. Tree - American Holly
4. Highest Point - Ebright Azimuth (442 Ft.)
5. Cheif Industry - Chemicals
6. Biggest City - Wilmington (72,626)
 
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FLORIDA
(Sunshine State) (Pop. 19,300,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Miami Beach
2. St. Augustine
3. Disney World
4. Sea World
5. Kennedy Space Center
6. Everglades National Park
7. Universal Studios
8. Mariana Caverns
9. Ringling Circus Museum
10. Cypress Gardens
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Flower - Orange Blossom
2. Song - Swanee River
3. Florida has both Alligators and Crocodiles
4. Highest point - Britton Hill (345 Ft.)
5. Products - Tourism
6. Biggest City - Jacksonville (736,000)
 
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GEORGIA
(Peach State) (Pop. 9,945,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Stone Mountain Park
2. Six Flags Over Georgia
3. Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park
4. Underground Atlanta
5. Jimmy Carter Library and Museum
6. Chattahoochee National Forest
7. Lake Lanier
8. Pine Mountain
9. Cumberland Island National Seashore
10. Savannah Historic River Front District
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Brown Thrasher
2. Flower - Cherokee Rose
3. Song - Georgia on my Mind
4. Tallest Mountain - Brasstown Bald (4784 Ft.)
5. Chief Crops - Peanuts and Cotton
6. Tree - Live Oak
 
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HAWAII
(Crossroads of the Pacific) (Pop. 1,400,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Waikiki Beach
2. Vocanoes National Park
3. Pearl Harbor/Arizona Memorial
4. North Shore Surfing
5. Waimea Canyon
6. Sealife Park
7. Polynesian Culture Center
8. Hanauma Bay
9. Diamond Head
10. Haleakala National Park

INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Nene (Hawaiian Goose)
2. Flower - Yellow Hibiscus
3. Waialeale, Kauai - Wettest Spot in U.S.
4. Tallest Mountain - Mauna Kea (13,796 Ft.)
5. Products - Tourism and Pineapples
6. The most Southern City in the U.S. - Hilo
 
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IDAHO
(Gem State) (Pop. 1,610,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Hells Canyon
2. Sun Valley
3. Lava Hot Springs
4. Crystal Falls Cave
5. Lake Coeur d'Alene
6. Shoshone Falls
7. Sawtooth National Recreation Area
8. Craters of the Moon
9. River of No Return
10. Snake River
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Mountain Bluebird
2. Highest Point - Borah Peak (12,662 Ft.)
3. Hells Canyon is deepest gorge in N. America
4. Tree - Western White Pine
5. Chief Product - Potatoes
6. Lowest Point - Snake River (710 Ft.)
 
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ILLINOIS
(Prairie State) (Pop. 12,910,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Chicago Museums and Parks
2. New Salem
3. Cahokia Mounds
4. Starved Rock State Park
5. Crab Orchard Wildlife Refuge
6. Mormon Settlement at Nauvoo
7. Shawnee National Forest
8. The Bears and Cubs
9. Illinois State Museum
10. Sears Tower
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Walt Disney and Jack Benny was from Chicago
2. Flower - Purple Violet
3. Highest Point - Charles Mount (1235 Ft.)
4. Lowest Point - Mississippi River (279 Ft.)
5. Second Largest City - Rockford (150,115)
6. Tree - The White Oak
 
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INDIANA
(Hoosier State) (Pop. 6,552,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Lincoln Log Cabin Historic Site
2. George Rogers Clark Park
3. Indianapolis 500 Raceway
4. Tippecance Battlefield Memorial Park
5. Indiana Dunes
6. Hoosier National Forest
7. College Football Hall of Fame
8. Benjamin Harrison Home
9. Wyandotte Cave
10. Indiana Basketball
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Flower - Peony
2. Larry Bird is from French Lick
3. High Point - Hoosier Hill (1257 Ft.)
4. Tree - Yellow-Poplar
5. Second Biggest City is Fort Wayne (206,000)
6. Motto - The Crossroads of America
 
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IOWA
(Hawkeye State) (Pop. 3,100,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Greyhound Parks
2. Effigy Mounds National Monument
3. Davenport Art Gallery
4. Living History Farms
5. Adventureland
6. Iowa Great Lakes
7. Mississippi and Missouri RIvers
8. Prairie Meadows Horse Racing
9. Hubert Hoover Library
10. Amama Colonies
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Goldfinch
2. Flower - Wild Prairie Rose
3. Third Biggest City - Davenport (98,360)
4. High Point is High Point (1670 Ft.)
5. Tree - Northern Red Oak
6. Low Point - Mississippi/Des Moines Rivers (480)
 
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KANSAS
(Sunflower State) (Pop. 2,890,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Eisenhower Center
2. Agriculture Hall of Fame
3. Bonner Springs
4. Dodge City - Boot Hill
5. Old Cowtown Museum
6. Ft. Scott and Ft. Larned
7. Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center
8. U.S. Cavalry Museum
9. NCAA Vistor Center
10. Heartland Park Raceway
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Chief Corp - Wheat
2. Low Point - Verdigris River (680 Ft.)
3. High Point - Mt. Sunflower (4039 Ft.)
4. Tree - Cottonwood
5. Dodge City Population is 25,000
6. Largest City is Wichita (345,000)
 
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KENTUCKY
(Bluegrass State) (Pop. 4,400,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Kentucky Derby
2. Mammoth Cave National Park
3. Kentucky Lake
4. Echo River
5. Lake Cumberland
6. My Old Kentucky Home National Park
7. Cumberland Gap National Historical Park
8. Kentucky Horse Park
9. Lincoln's Birthplace
10. Blue Grass
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Cardinal
2. Flower - Goldenrod
3. High Point - Black Mt. (4145 Ft.)
4. Low Point - Mississippi River (257 Ft.)
5. Largest Cities - Louisville/Lexington (260,000)
6. Mammoth Cave is World's Longest (336 Miles)
 
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LOUISIANA
(Pelican State) (Pop. 4,600,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Mardi Gras
2. French Quarters
3. Superdome
4. Jazz
5. Battle of New Orleans
6. Aquarium of the Americans
7. Steamboat Natchez
8. Moon and River Walks
9. Bayou Segnette State Park
10. Snake Hunting
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Eastern Brown Pelican
2. Flower - Magnolia
3. Tree - Bald Cypress
4. Tallest Mountain - Driskill Mountain (535 Ft.)
5. Chief Product - Soybean
6. 2nd Lowest Point in U.S. - New Orleans (-8 Ft.)
 
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MAINE
(Pine Tree State) (Pop. 1,330,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Acadia National Park
2. Bay Harbor
3. Mt. Desert Island
4. Old Orchard Beach
5. Portland's Old Port
6. Kennebukport
7. Common Ground Country Fair
8. Baxter State Park
9. The Appalachian Trail
10. Two Lights State Park
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Chickadee
2. Flower - White Pine Cone
3. Tree - Eastern White Pine
4. High Point - Katahdin Mountain (5268 Ft.)
5. Chief Industry - Paper and Wood
6. Capitol Augusta has about 20,000 people
 
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MARYLAND
(Free State) (Pop. 5,875,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Preakness Horse Race
2. Ocean City
3. Baltimore Haborplace
4. Ravens NFL Football
5. Ft. McHenry
6. Francis Scott Key's house
7. South Moutain Battlefield
8. Camden Yards
9. U.S. Naval Academy
10. Maryland State House
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Baltimore Oriole
2. Flower - Black-eyed Susan
3. Chief Industry - Information Technology
4. Tallest Mountain - Backbone Mt. (3360 Ft.)
5. Tree - White Oak
6. US Naval Academy is located in Annapolis
 
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MASSACHUSETTS
(Bay State) (Pop. 6,618,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Cape Cod
2. Plymouth Rock
3. The Mayflower
4. Freedom Trail
5. Museum of Science
6. JFK Library
7. Basketball Hall of Fame
8. Deerfield Historic District
9. Boston Symphony Orchestra
10. Salem
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Tree - American Elm
2. Flower - Mayflower
3. High Point - Mt. Greylock (3491 Ft.)
4. Chief Corp - Cranberries
5. Pilgrims landed at Plymouth in 1620
6. The Boston Tea Party occurred in 1773
 
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MICHIGAN
(Wolverine State) (Pop. 9,864,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Mackinac Bridge/Island
2. Henry Ford Museum
3. Michigan Space Center
4. Hiawatha Falls
5. Upper Peninsula
6. Downtown Detroit and Zoo
7. Michigan Football/The Big House
8. Sleeping Bear Dunes
9. Lake Michigan
10. Northern Michigan Shore Drive
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Fish - Brook Trout
2. High Point - Mt. Arvon (1980 Ft.)
3. Animal - White-tailed Deer
4. Name came from Indian word for "Great Water"
5. Song - Michigan, My Michigan
6. Detroit is the car capital of the World
 
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MINNESOTA
(Gopher State) (Pop. 5,381,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. 10,000 Lakes
2. Minnehaha Falls
3. Lake Calhoun
4. Mall of America
5. North Shore - Lake Superior
6. StPaul Winter Carnival
7. Voyageurs National park
8. Minneapolis Sculpture Garden
9. Mayo Clinic
10. Winter Wildlife Hike
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Common Loon
2. Tree - Red Pine
3. High Point - Eagle Mountain (2301 Ft.)
4. Low Point - Lake Superior (602 Ft.)
5. Motto - Star of the North
6. John Madden came from Austin
 
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MISSISSIPPI
(Magnolia State) (Pop. 2,990,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Vicksburg National Military Park
2. Indian Mounds
3. Gulf Islands National Seashore
4. Mississippi River Casinos
5. The Mississippi Coast
6. The Shrimp Festival
7. Mynelle Gardens
8. International Museum of Muslim Cultures
9. Hattiesburg
10. Natchez Trace/Riverboat
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Mockingbird
2. Flower - Magnolia
3. Tree - Southern Magnolia
4. Highest Point - Woodall Mt. (806 Ft.)
5. Chief Industry - Warehousing and Distribution
6. Second biggest CIty is Gulfport (71,200)
 
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MISSOURI
(Show Me State) (Pop. 6,050,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Branson
2. Silver Dollar City
3. Mark Twain Area
4. Pony Express Museum
5. Gateway Arch
6. Harry S. Truman Library
7. Worlds of Fun
8. Lake of the Ozarks
9. Table Rock State Park
10. Trail of Tears State Park
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Bluebird
2. Flower - Hawthorn
3. High Point - Taum Sauk Mt. (1772 Ft.)
4. Low Point - St. Francis River (230 Ft.)
5. Tree - Dogwood
6. Capitol Jefferson City Population is 40,000
 
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MONTANA
(Treasure State) (Pop. 1,010,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Glacier National Park
2. Yellowstone National Park
3. Museum of the Rockies
4. Blackfeet Indian Reservation
5. Little Bighorn Battlefield
6. Custer National Cemetery
7. Lewis and Clark Caverns
8. Flathead Lake
9. Great Falls
10. Museum of Plains Indians
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Western Meadowlark
2. Tree - Ponderosa Pine
3. Fourth Biggest State - 147,046 Sq Miles
4. Tallest Mountain - Granite Peak (12,799 Ft.)
5. Motto - Gold and SIlver
6. Low Point - Kootenai River (1800 Ft.)
 
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NEBRASKA
(Cornhusker State) (Pop. 1,862,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. State Capitol and Museum
2. Stuhr Museum
3. Museum of Fur Trade
4. Henry Doorly Zoo
5. Ashfall Fossil Beds
6. Strategic Air Command Museum
7. Boys Town
8. Scotts Bluff National Monument
9. Chimney Rock
10. Buffalo Bill Ranch Historic Park
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Western Meadowlark
2. Flower - Goldenrod
3. Tree - Cottonwood
4. Highest Point - Panorama Point (5424 Ft.)
5. Low Point - Missouri RIver (480 Ft.)
6. Chief Corp - Corn
 
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NEVADA
(Silver State) (Pop. 2,766,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Las Vegas
2. Lake Tahoe
3. Hoover Dam
4. Lake Mead
5. Great Basin National Park
6. Valley of Fire State Park
7. Virginia City
8. Red Rock Canyon
9. Pyramid Lake
10. PBA Bowling Center
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Mountain Bluebird
2. Flower - Sagebrush
3. Highest Mountain - Boundary Peak (13,143 Ft.)
4. Second Biggist City - Reno (181,000)
5. Chief Products - Gaming and Mining
6. Tree - Bristlecone Pine
 
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NEW HAMPSHIRE
(Granite State) (Pop. 1,132,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Mt. Washington
2. Lake Winnipesaukee
3. White Mountain National Forest
4. Franconia--Old Man of the Mountain
5. Pinkham Nothches
6. The Flume Gorge
7. The Aerial Tramway
8. Cannon Mountain
9. Shaker Village, Canterbury
10. Mt. Monadnock
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Purple Finch
2. Flower - Purple Lilac
3. Tree - Paper Birch
4. Mt. Washington (6288) is tallest in Northeast
5. Products - Machinery and Electronics
6. Capital Concord has population of 43,000
 
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NEW JERSEY
(Garden State) (Pop. 8,852,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Atlantic City
2. Cape May
3. Six Flags Great Adventure Park
4. New Jersey Shores
5. Liberty State Park
6. Meadowlands Sports Complex
7. Pine Barrens Wilderness
8. Princeton University
9. Lakehurst Naval Air Station
10. State Aquarium, Camden
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Eastern Gold Finch
2. Flower - Violet
3. Has 127 miles of beaches
4. High Point is High Point (1803 Ft.)
5. Products - Pharmaceuticals/Drugs and Chemicals
6. Tree - Northern Red Oak
 
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NEW MEXICO
(Land of Enchantment) (Pop. 2,107,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Carisbad Caverns
2. Santa Fe - Oldest Capital
3. White Sands National Monument
4. Chaco Culture Historic Park
5. Acoma Pueblo
6. Tacos Ski Valley
7. Ute Lake State Park
8. Apache, Comanche and Navajo Indians
9. Bandelier National Monument
10. Albuquerque Old Town
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Roadrunner
2. Flower - yucca
3. Carisbad Caverns has World's largest chamber
4. Tallest Mountain - Wheeler Peak (13,161 Ft.)
5. Products - Hay and Onions
6. 174,000 Indians
 
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NEW YORK
(Empire State) (Pop. 19,530,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. New York City
2. Catskill Mountains
3. Niagara Falls
4. Saratoga Springs
5. Lake Placid
6. Baseball Hall of Fame
7. Long Island Beaches
8. Yankee Stadium
9. Finger Lakes
10. Lake Ontario
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Bluebird
2. Flower - Rose
3. Biggest U.S. City - New York City (8,008,000)
4. Tallest Mountain - Mt. Marcy (5344 Ft.)
5. Motto - Ever Upward
6. Tree - Sugar Maple
 
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NORTH CAROLINA
(Tar Heel State) (Pop. 9,790,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Cape Hatteras
2. Cape Lookout Seashores
3. Great Smoky Mountains
4. American Revolution Battle Sites
5. Wright Brothers National Memorial
6. Kitty Hawk
7. Battleship North Carolina
8. NC Zoo
9. Bitmore House and Gardens
10. Duke/North Carolina Basketball
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Cardinal
2. Flower - Dogwood
3. Chief Product - Tobacco
4. Tallest Mountain - Mt. Mitchell (6684 Ft.)
5. Tree - Longleaf Pine
6. Biggest City is Charlotte (540,828)
 
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NORTH DAKOTA
(Peace Garden State) (Pop. 692,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. The Badlands
2. Ft. Union Trading Post
3. Lake Sakakawee
4. International Peace Garden
5. Theodore Roosevelt National Park
6. North Dakota Heritage Center
7. Dakota Dinosaur Museum
8. Ft. Abraham Lincoln State Park
9. Knife River Indian Villages
10. Painted Canyon Overlook
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Western Meadowlark
2. Flower - Wild Prairie Rose
3. Tree - American Elm
4. Highest Point - White Butte (3506 Ft.)
5. Products - Farm Equipment and Spring Wheat
6. Lowest Point - Red River (750 Ft.)
 
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OHIO
(Buckeye State) (Pop. 11,560,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Pro Football Hall of Fame
2. Indian Burial Mounds
3. Neil Armstrong Air and Space Museum
4. King's Island Amusement Park
5. Lake Erie Islands
6. German Village, Columbus
7. Jack Nicklaus Sports Center
8. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
9. Sea World
10. Downtown Cleveland
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Cardinal
2. Flower - Scarlet Carnation
3. Cy Young is from Gilmore, Ohio
4. Highest Point - Campbell Hill (1550 Ft.)
5. Biggest City - Columbus (711,470)
6. Tree - Ohio Buckeye
 
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OKLAHOMA
(Sooner State) (Pop. 3,830,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Indian Tribes
2. Cherokee Heritage Center
3. Frontier City Theme Park
4. Will Rogers Memorial
5. Cowboy Hall of Fame
6. Ouachita National Forest
7. Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge
8. Ft. Gibson Stockade
9. Turner Falls
10. Myriad Gardens
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Scissor-tailed Flycatcher
2. Flower - Mistletoe
3. Tree - Redbud
4. Highest Point - Black Mesa (4973 Ft.)
5. Home to Five Major Indian Tribes
6. Lowest Point - Little River (287 Ft.)
 
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OREGON
(Beaver State) (Pop. 3,912,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Mt. Hood
2. Crater Lake
3. Columbia River Gorge
4. Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area
5. Oregon Caves National Monument
6. Diamond Lake
7. Museum of Science and Industry
8. Ft. Clatsop National Memorial
9. Multnomah Falls
10. "Spruce Goose" Aviation Museum
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Western Meadowlark
2. Flower - Oregon Grape
3. Motto - She flys with her own wings
4. Tallest Mountain - Mt. Hood (11,239 Ft.)
5. Tree - Douglas Fur
6. Major Product - Lumber and Wood Products
 
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PENNSYLVANIA
(Keystone State) (Pop. 12,785,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Historic Philadelphia
2. Liberty Bell
3. Valley Forge
4. Gettysburg National Military Park
5. Pennsylavania Dutch Country
6. Pocono Mountains
7. Allegheny National Forest
8. Pennsylania's Grand Canyon
9. Hershey
10. Pittsburg Steelers
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Ruffed Grouse
2. Flower - Mountain Laurel
3. Tree - Western Hemlock
4. Tallest Mountain - Mt. Davis (3213 Ft.)
5. Chief Goods - Coal and Metal Products
6. Motto - Virtue, Liberty, and Independence
 
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RHODE ISLAND
(Ocean State) (Pop. 1,051,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Newport Yachting Races
2. Newport Mansions
3. Rhode Island Beaches
4. Block Island
5. Touro Synagogue - Oldest in U.S.
6. First Bapist Chruch in U.s.
7. Slater Mill
8. Providence and Brown University
9. Newport Ocean Drive
10. North Light Lighthouse
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - R.I. Red Hen
2. Flower - Violet
3. Smallest U.S. State - 1545 Sq Miles
4. Highest Point - Jerimoth Hill (812 Ft.)
5. Tree - Red Maple
6. Motto - Hope
 
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SOUTH CAROLINA
(Palmetto State) (Pop. 4,437,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Historic Charleston
2. Ft. Summer National Monument
3. Cypress Gardens
4. Myrtle Beach
5. Hilton Head Island
6. Sea Pines Resort Area
7. Revolutionary War Battle Sites
8. Riverbanks Zoo
9. Andrew Jackson State Park
10. Magnolia Plantation
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Great Carolina Wren
2. Flower - Yellow Jessamine
3. Tree - Cabbage Palmetto
4. Tallest Mountain - Sassafras MT. (3560 Ft.)
5. Products - Textiles, Tobacco, and Cotton
6. Charleston Museum - Oldest in US (1773)
 
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SOUTH DAKOTA
(Coyote State) (Pop. 832,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Mount Rushmore
2. Black Hills
3. Harney Peak (7242 Ft.)
4. Deadwood
5. Needles Highway
6. Cluster State Park
7. Badlands National Park
8. Jewel Cave
9. Crazy Horse Memorial
10. Wind Cave National Park
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Ringed-neck Pheasant
2. Flower - Pasque
3. Famous Indians - Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull
4. Lowest Point - Big Stone Lake (962 Ft.)
5. Products - Corn and Soybean
6. Tree - White Spruce
 
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TENNESSEE
(Volunteer State) (Pop. 6,463,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Nashville Country Music/Grand Old Opry
2. Great Smoky Mountains
3. Andrew Jackson's Home
4. Reelfoot Lake
5. Lookout Mountain
6. Fall Creek Falls
7. Cherokee National Forest
8. Dollywood Theme Park
9. Glaceland - Home of Elvis Presley
10. Cumberland Gap National Park
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Mockingbird
2. Flower - Iris
3. Davy Crockett - Frontiersman
4. Tallest Mountain - Clingman's Dome (6643 Ft.)
5. Products - Chemicals, Tobacco, and Cotton
6. Song - The Tennesse Waltz
 
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TEXAS
(Lone Star State) (Pop. 26,145,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. The Alamo/Riverwalk
2. Dallas/Fort Worth
3. Big Bend
4. Guadalupe Mountains State Park
5. Padre Island National Seashore
6. Enchanted Rock State Natural Park
7. Lyndon B. Johnson Library and Museum
8. Billy Bob's Texas
9. The Fort Worth Cattle Drive
10. Dallas Cowboys/Cheerleaders
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Tree - Pecan
2. Flower - Bluebonnet
3. Motto - Friendship
4. Tallest Mt. - Guadalup Peak (8749 Ft.)
5. Products - Manufacturing, Cattle, and Oil
6. Houston is the biggest city (1,954,000)
 
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UTAH
(Beehive State) (Pop. 2,872,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Mormon Temple
2. Park City, Alta and other Ski Resorts
3. Zion National Park
4. Capitol Reef National Park
5. Great Salt Lake
6. Bryce Canyon
7. Arches National Park
8. Flaming Gorge
9. Lake Powell
10. Deer Creek Reservoir/Mt. Timpanogos
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Seagull
2. Flower - Sego Lily
3. Tree - Blue Spruce
4. Mt. Timpanogos (11,743)/Kings Peak (13,528)
5. Products - Manufacturing (Electronics Equipment)
6. Brigham Young come to Utah in 1847
 
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VERMONT
(Green Mountain State) (Pop. 628,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. The Green Mountains
2. Stowe Mountain and Vermont Ski Resorts
3. Shelburne Museum
4. Rock of Ages Quarry
5. Vermont Marble Exhibit
6. Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream Factory
7. Calvin Coolidge Homestead
8. Bennington Battle Monument
9. Maple Grove Maple Museum
10. Lake Champlain
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Hermit Thrush
2. Flower - Red Clover
3. Tree - Sugar Maple
4. Tallest Mountain - Mt. Mansfield (4393 Ft.)
5. Chief Goods - Furniture and Tools
6. The capital is Montpelier with 8,035 people
 
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VIRGINIA
(Old Dominion) (Pop. 8,186,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Colonial Williamsburg
2. Arlington National Cemetery
3. Virginia Beach
4. Shenandoah National Park
5. Robert E. Lee birthplace
6. Blue Ridge Parkway
7. King's Dominion
8. Home of George Washington
9. Skyline and Endless Caverns
10. Jamestown and Yorktown
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Cardinal
2. Flower - Dogwood
3. Biggest City is Virginia Beach (425,257)
4. Tallest Mountain - Mt. Rogers (5,729 Ft.)
5. Chief Industries - Government and Services
6. Most Presidents were born in Virginia
 
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WASHINGTON
(Evergreen State) (Pop. 6,921,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Seattle Waterfront
2. Seattle Space Needle
3. Mt. Rainier
4. North Cascades National Park
5. Mt. St. Helens
6. Puget Sound
7. San Juan Islands
8. Grand Coulee Dam
9. Columbia R. Gorge National Scenic Area
10. Spokane Riverfront Park
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Willow Goldfinch
2. Flower - Pink Rhododendron
3. Tree - Western Hemlock
4. Tallest Mountain - Mt. Rainier (14,410 Ft.)
5. Products - Computer Technology and Aerospace
6. 20,483,000 Acres of Forest
 
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WEST VIRGINIA
(Mountain State) (Pop. 1,860,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Harpers Ferry National Historic Park
2. Science and Culture Center, Charleston
3. White Sulphur and Berkeley Springs
4. New River Gorge
5. Exhibition Coal Mine
6. Monongahela National Forest
7. Snowshoe Ski Resort
8. White Water Rafting
9. Mountain State Forest Festival
10. Sternwheel Regatta
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Cardinal
2. Tree - Sugar Maple
3. Motto - Mountaineers are always Free
4. Highest Point - Spruce knob (4863 Ft.)
5. Products - Manufacturing and Mining
6. Lowest Point - Potomac River (240 Ft.)
 
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WISCONSIN
(Badger State) (Pop. 5,738,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Old Wade House and Carriage Museum
2. Circus World Museum
3. Milwaukee's Breweries
4. Cross Country Skiing
5. Baraboo's Bizarre
6. Door Country Peninsula
7. Apostle Islands
8. Lake Winnebago
9. Chequamegon and Nicolet National Forests
10. The Green Bay Packers
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. Bird - Robin
2. Flower - Wood Violet
3. Motto - Forward
4. highest Point - Timms Hill (1951 Ft.)
5. Chief Products - Food (Cheese)
6. Green Bay Packers won the first two Super Bowls
 
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WYOMING
(Cowboy State) (Pop. 575,000)

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
1. Yellowstone National Park
2. Grand Teton National Park
3. Ft. Laramie Historic Site
4. National Elk Refuge
5. Frontier Days in Cheyenne
6. Buffalo Bill Historic Center
7. Devils Tower Monument
8. Pioneer Trails
9. Wyoming Cowboys
10. Jackson Hole
 
INTERESTING FACTS
1. There is a Buffalo on the Flag
2. Flower - Indian Paintbrush
3. Chief Industry - Mineral Extraction
4. Tallest Mountain - Gannett Peak (13,804 Ft.)
5. State with fewest People (575,000)
6. Biggest Coal Mine in US - Black Thunder Mine
 
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