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The Bay State

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on 28 April 2014

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Location and Geography
Bodies of Water
Natural Resources
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Massachusetts' livestock is: cattle; aquaculture; chicken eggs; and turkey. Crops grown are: cranberries; sweet corn; apples; and hay.
The absolute location of Massachusetts is (42.3368 N, 71.017 W). Massachusetts relative location is in the Northeast of the U.S.A. Massachusetts is the 45th largest state. Its highest point is Mt. Greylock at 3, 491' above sea level. The area of Massachusetts is
10, 555 square miles.
Manufacturing Products
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Massachusetts natural resources are: water; forests; wildlife; soil; and land.
Capital and Major Cities
Before Massachusetts became a state it was inhabited by the Massachusett Tribe. In later years in 1620 the pilgrims landed in Plymouth, on the Mayflower. Massachusetts then became a state on February 6, 1788. In the 18th century it became the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Massachusetts is the 6th state.
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The Bay State

The capital of Massachusetts is Boston. Worcester, Springfield, Lowell, and Cambridge are major cities of Massachusetts.
Atlantic Ocean, Cape Cod Bay,
Buzzard Bay, Massachusetts
Bay, Charles River and
Connecticut River.
Manufacturing Products: sand; gravel; crushed stone; clay; granite.
Massachusetts is one of the top commercial fishing states. They fish for:
flounder; haddock; lobster; clam; and crab.
Massachusetts is a temperate state. Their seasons are: Summer, Spring, Winter, Fall.
Places of Interest
Places of interest are
: Fenway Park, Gillette Stadium, Pilgrim Memorial State Park,
Dr. Seuss National Park.
Population is 6, 547, 629 people.
Important People
John Adams
John Adams was the2nd U.S. President.
John F. Kennedy
A U.S President that was assassinated in Dallas, Texas.
Dr. Seuss
Author who wrote 46 novels for children.
State Symbols
Black-Capped Chickadee
American Elm
Cranberry Juice
Song- "All Hail to Massachusetts"
Motto-"Ense petit placidam sub libertate quetem", meaning , " By the sword we seek peace, but peace only under liberty."
Boston Cream Pie
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