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The Golden State

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The Golden State
By: Jessica Gotti

Bodies of Water
"Manufacturing Products"
These are some of California's manufacturing products airplanes, windows, boats, computers, and high tech gadgets.

California has a lot of history. In 1546 a sea expedition went to the Gulf of California to the Colorado River and became the first Europeans on California soil. In 1826 Native Americans attacked Mission San Francisco Solano. In 1848 gold was discovered at Sutter's Mill. In 1849 the California Gold Rush began. In 1850 California became the 31st state. That's only some of the history of California.
Location and Geography

The longitude and latitude of California is 37.0000 degrees north and 120.0000 degrees west. The total area of California is 163,707 square miles.
Natural Resources
Some of California's natural resources are water, oil, gold, trees, and coal.
Agricultural Products
These are some of California's agricultural products crops, livestock, climate, soil, and mining.
Major Cities
History of California

There are many cities in California. The capital is Sacramento. Other major cities are Los Angeles, San Diego, San Jose, and San Francisco.
Here are some of the bodies of water in California. The San Joaquin River, the Sacramento River, and the Colorado River.
Climate
The climate is Mediterranean in Northern California and in Southern California it's sub-arid to semi arid.
Places of Interest
There are many places to go in California. Disney Land, Knott's Berry Farm, Universal Studios Hollywood, Sea World San Diego, and Lego Land California Resort.
Population
The total population of California is 37,253,956 people.
Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods was born in Cypress, California. He is a famous golfer.
Shirley Temple
Shirley Temple was born in Santa Monica, California. She is a diplomat, television actress, and a dancer.
Steve Jobs
Steve Jobs was born in San Francisco, California. He is an inventor, marketer, and an entrepreneur.
State Symbols
This is California's flag.
This is California's bird. The
California Valley Quail.
This is California's seal.
This is California's tree.
The California Red Wood.
This is California's flower.
The Golden Poppy.
California's motto is "Eureka"
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