Transcript: 50 States PowerPoint Presentation Slide 1: State: New York City About the state: Located in:Northeastern USA Rank: #2 Postal code:10108 Land area:468.90 State Abbreviation: NY Countries in NY: 62 counties Union date:July 26, 1788 State Symbols: Nickname: The Empire State Motto: Excelsior Song: nyc Flower: Scotts Flowers
Transcript: - The state capital is Sacramento - This state has the most people: 39.6 million people - Was able to send gold shipments to Washington in the Civil War California - The state capital is Carson City - Also known as the "Battle Born State" when it became an official state during the Civil War -The second state to join the Union Nevada - The state capital is Salem - Population: 4 million - Founded as a refuge from fights over slavery Oregon - The capital of the state is Olympia - Population: 7.4 million people - The leading lumber (cut wood) producer Washington - The state capital is Boise - Population: 1.7 million - Provides one third of the nation's potatoes Idaho - The state capital is Salt Lake City - Population: 3 million - Federal troops had a territory in the state Utah - The capital of this state is Phoenix. - Population 7.2 million - Their military served with the Confederate States Army in the Civil War Arizona - The state capital is Helena - Population: 1.1 million - One of the nine Mountain States Montana - The statae capital is Cheyenne - Population: 579,000 - Known for mineral extraction (coal, oil, natural gas, etc) Wyoming - The state capital is Denver - Population: 5.7 million - Home of the world's largest silver nugget ( 1,840 pounds) Colorado - The capital of this state is Sante Fe - Population: 2.1 million - Union and Confederate govts. had rights over the state during the Civil War New Mexico - The state capital is Austin - Population: 28.7 million - Was a slave state before the Civil War and joined the Confedrate states Texas - The state capital is Oklahoma City - Population: 3.9 million - The first ever parking meter was installed in Oklahoma (1935) Oklahoma - The capital of this state is Topeka - Population: 2.9 million - One of the states that tried to stop slavery in the Civil War Kansas - The capital of this state is Lincoln - Population: 1.9 million - Home of the only roller skating museum in the world Nebraska - The capital of this state is Pierre - Population: 882,000 - Missouri River runs through the state South Dakota - The capital of this state is called Bismarck - Population: 760,000 - The state is overall very flat North Dakota - The state capital is Saint Paul - Population: 5.7 million - Home of the oldest rock in the world, which is 3.8 billion years old Minnesota - The capital of the state is des Moines - Population: 3.2 million - Iowa contributed the most men to the military during the Civil War Iowa - The state capital is Jefferson City - Population: 6.1 million - Missouri was a border state during ther Civil War Missouri - The state capital is Little Rock - Population: 3 million - One of the states that depended on slaves during the Civil War Arkansas - The capital of this state is Baton Rouge - Population: 4.7 million - This state was quickly defeated in the Civil War by the Union Louisiana - The capital of this state is called Jackson - Population: 2.9 million - Had a large population of slaves during the Civil War Mississippi - The capital of this state is Springfield - Population: 12.7 millions - The state gave more than 250,000 men to fight in the Civil War Illinois - The state capital is called Madison - Population: 5.8 million - This state gave birth to the Republican Party Wisconsin - The capital of this state is called Lansing - Population: 10 million - The state sent many volunteers for the Civil War Michigan - The name of the capital of the state is Indianapolis - Population: 6.7 million - The home of the famous Indy Car Race Indiana - Frankfort is the capital of this state - Population: 4.6 million - One of the border states during the Civil War Kentucky - The capital of the state is Nashville - Population: 6.8 millions - Many of the major battles in the Civil War were fought in Tennessee Tennessee - The state capital of Alabama is Montgomery - Population: 4.9 million - Not many battles of the Civil War were fought in this state, but they contributed over 120,000 soldiers Alabama - The state capital is called Tallahassee - Population: 21.3 million - Had several space craft launchings Florida - The state capital is Atlanta - Population; 10.5 million - Almost half of the population was made up of enslaved people during the Civil War Georgia - The state capital is called Columbia - Population: 5.1 million - The first state to vote for breaking away from the Union during the Civil War South Carolina - The state capital is called Raleigh - Population: 10.4 million - Known as the "Slave State" during the Civil War North Carolina - The state capital is Richmond - Population: 8.5 million - Several famous battles in history got involved in this state (Civil War, american Revolution, French Indian War) Virginia - The capital of this state is called Charleston - Population: 1.8 million - The only state in the Union to separate while the Civil war was going on West Virginia - The capital of this state is called Columbus - Population: 11.7 million - The Ohio river was -
Transcript: Utah State symbols State Hood This state became the 45th state in the United States on January 4, 1896. Famous Utahans Butch Cassidy became famous by becoming a well known outlaw. Robert Walker was an actor born in Utah and made it in the acting field in Hollywood State Flag State capital Salt lake city Places to Visit The Viking Yurt is a restaurant in Park City high in the mountains and has been reviewed by many critics positively Quiz Time What is the capital of Utah? The capital of Utah is Salt Lake City The common American Gull Bucth Cassidy Beehive state is Utah’s official nickname because Utahans see the beehive to be like their industries and to the virtues of thrift and perseverance Robert Walker State Nickname Blue spruce Sego Lily The Viking Yurt
Transcript: Arizona capital: Phoenix capital: Juneau slogan: Beyond Your Dreams, Within Your Reach; The Last Frontier Major industries: Alabama Alaska 50 states Arizona capital: Montgomery slogan: Share The Wonder Maj
Transcript: 50 United States 5.3.3 Places and Regions: Name and locate states, regions, major cities and capitals, major rivers and mountain ranges in the United States. (Core Standard) Objective: Students will be able to name and identify and 50 states and capitals Maine Vermont New Hampshire Massachusetts Rhode Island Connecticut New York Pennsylvania Standards and Objectives Facts about the United States U.S. declared independence: July 4, 1776 Largest State: Alaska Smallest State: Rhode Island Capital of the U.S.: District of Columbia, Washington D.C. 1st State: Delaware in 1787 50th State: Hawaii in 1959 Ohio: 1803 was its Statehood; 17th state The 50 stripes on the flag represent each state
Transcript: Mississippi New Hamphere Capital: Bird: Flower: Wyoming Capital: Cheynne Bird: Western Meadowlork Flower: Indian Paintbrush Kentucky Capital: Frankfort Bird: Cardinal Flower: Goldenrod Delware Capital: Dover Bird: Blue Hen Chicken Flower: Peach Blossoom Capital: Boise Flag: Bird: Mountain Bluebird Flower: Syringa Date Joined the U.S.: July 3rd, 1890 Iowa Capital: Des Moinea Bird: Eastern Goldfinch Flower: Wild Praise Rose Oklahoma Capital: Oklahoma City Bird: Scissor-tailed Flycatcher Flower: Milstoe Nevada Capital: Carson City Bird: Mountain Bluebird Flower: Sagebrush The United States North Dakota Capital: Beastmark Bird: Meadowlark Flower: Wild Praise ROse Missouri Capital: Jeffrson City Bird: Bluebird Flower: Hawthorn Maryland Capital: Annoplis Bird: Baltimore Orile Flower: Blacked-eyed Susan Nebraska Capital: Lincoln Bird: Western Meadowlark Flower: Goldenrod California Capital: Sacramento Flower: California Poppy Bird: California Valley Quail Michigain Capital: Lansing Bird: Robin Flower: Apple Blossom Vertmont Capital: Montpelia Bird: Hermont THrusher Flower: Red CLover Utah Capital: Salt Lake City Bird: The Common American Gull Flower: Sego lily Tennessee Capital: Nashville Bird: Mockingbird Flower: Iris New York Capital: Albany Bird: Bluebird Flower: Rose Bird: Willow goldfinch flower:Pinkrhododendron Date joined the U.S.: July 16th,1790 Rhode ISland Capital: Providnce Bird: Rhode Island Red Flower: Violet Colorado Capital: Denver Bird: Lark Bunting Flower: Rocky Mountain Columbine Wisconsin Capital: madison Bird: Robin Flower: Wood Violet HAWAII Capital: Honalulu Bird: Nene Flower: Pua Aloalo Oregan Capital: Olympia Flag: Montana Capital: Helena Bird: Western Meadowrlark Flower: Bittroot IDAHO Arakansas Capital: Little Rock Bird: Mockingbird Flower: Appleblossom Flag: Capital: Salem flag: Bird: Western Mederlowrk Flower: Oregan Grape Dat joined the U.S.: February 14, 1859 Texas Capital: Austin Bird: Mockingbird Flower: Bluebonnet bird: Mockingbird flower: Magnolia Date joined the U.S.: December 10th,1817 Ohio Capital: Columbus Bird: Cardinal Flower: Scarlet Carnation Georgia Capital: Atlanta Bird: Brown thrasher Flower: Cherokke Rose North Carolina Capital: Railgh Bird: Cardinal Flower: Dogwood Lousianna Capital: Baton Rouge Bird: Eastern Brown Pelican FLower: Magnolia Capital: Jackson New Jersey Capital: Trenton Bird: Eastern Gokdfinch FLower: Violet Illinoy Capital: Springfield Bird: Cardinal Flower: Purpleviolet New Mexico Capital: Santa Fe Bird:Roadrunner Flower: Yucca Flower South Carolina Capital: Columbia Bird: Great CarolinaWren Flower: Yellow Jasmine Conneticut Capital: Harford Bird: Robin Flower: Mountain Laurel Indiana Capital: Indianopolis Bird: Cardinal Flower: Peony Arizona Capital: Phoenix Bird: Cactus Ren Flower: Saqura Cactus blossom Minnisota Capital: Saint Paul Bird: Common Loon Flower: Pinkand White Lady's splitter Bird: Yellowhammer Flower: Camélia Date joined the U.S.: December 14th,1817 Kansas Capital: Topeka Bird: Western Meaddolark Flower: Sunflower Washington Alabama Massasstuchets Capital: Boston Bird: Chickedde Flower: Mayflower South Dakota Capital: Pierra Bird: RIng-Necked Pheassned Flower: Pasque Flower Capital: Montgovermy Flag:
Transcript: Boston February 6, 1788 6th state in the US 6,349,097 There flag description is, White background, with a blue shield in the middle of the flag, a man in the middle of the blue shield holding an arrow in one hand, and a bow in the other, also a Star in the top left corner of him. John Adams 2nd U.S. President Geroge Bush 41st President Eli Whitney invented the Cotton Gin John F. Kennedy 35th President Deval Patrick Epigaea repens Bay State Chickadee Ulmus americana All Hail to Massachusetts By: Auther Marsh 5 Agricultural Products: Seafood Nursery Stock Dariry Products Cranberries Vegetables New York Rhode Island Connecticut Vermont New Hampshire 6 Industries Machinery Electric Equipment Scientific Instuments Tourism Printing and Publishing 5 Facts About This 3. The Fig Newton was named after Newton, Massachusetts. Massachusetts 5. The Basketball Hall of FAme is located is in Spring Field. 2. There is a house in Rockpark built entirely of Newspaper. 4. The first basketball game was played in Spring Field 1. The first subway system was built here in 1897.
Transcript: Capital:Jackson Population:2,991,207 Two Largest Cities:Jackson and Gulf Port State Bird:Mockingbird Two Natural Resources: Cotton and Rice Border States:Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Tennessee Nickname:Magnolia State INDIANA LOUISIANA Capital:Augusta Population:1,328,302 Two Largest Cities: Portland and Lewiston State Bird: Chickadee Two Natural Resources: Potatoes and Apples Border States: New Hampshire Nickname:Pinetree State Capital: Harrisburg Population: 12, 773, 801 Two Largest Cities: Philadelphia and Pittsburgh State Bird: Ruffed Grouse Two Natural Resources: mushrooms and hey Border States: Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, West Virginia Nickname: Keystone State DELAWARE Capital: Richmond Population:8, 260, 405 Two Largest Cities: Virginia Beach and Norfolk State Bird: Cardinal Two Natural Resources: Cattle and Soybeans Border States: Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, Tennessee, West Virginia Nickname: Old Dominion state Capital:Helena Population:1,015,165 Two Largest Cities:Billings and Missoula State Bird: Western Meadowlark Two Natural Resources: Sugar Beets and Wheat Border States: Idaho, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming Nickname:Treasure State RHODE ISLAND SOUTH CAROLINA Capital:Lincoln Population:1,868,516 Two Largest Cities:Omaha , Lincoln State Bird:Western Meadowlark Two Natural Resources:Corn and Soybeans Border States:Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, South Dakota , Wyoming Nickname:Cornhusker State Capital: Oklahoma City Population:3, 850, 568 Two Largest Cities: Oklahoma City and Tulsa State Bird: Scissor Tail flycatcher Two Natural Resources: Wheat and Cotton Border States: Arkansas Colorado Kansas Missouri New Mexico Texas Nickname: Sooner State OHIO Michigan Capital:Salt Lake City Population:2, 900, 872 Two Largest Cities: Salt Lake City and west valley city State Bird:The Common American Gull Two Natural Resources: Hay and Turkeys Border States: Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Wyoming Nickname: The Beehive State TEXAS Capital: Olympia Population:6, 971, 406 Two Largest Cities: Seattle and Spokane State Bird: Willow Goldfinch Two Natural Resources: Seafood and Apples Border States: Idaho and Oregon Nickname: The Evergreen State Capital:Montgomery Population:4,822,023 Two Largest Cities:Birmingham State Bird:Yellowhammer Two Natural Resources:Lumber, Steel Border States:Florida, Georgia,Mississippi, Tennessee Nickname: Yellowhammer State ALABAMA Capital:Indianapolis Population:6,570,902 Two Largest Cities:Indianapolis and Fort Wayne State Bird:Cardinal Two Natural Resources:Corn and Eggs Border States:Illinois and Kentucky Nickname:The Hoosier State Capital:Montpelier Population: 626, 630 Two Largest Cities: Burlington and South Burlington State Bird:Hermit Thrush Two Natural Resources: hay and apples Border States: Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York Nickname: Green Mountain State Capital: Austin Population:26,448,193 Two Largest Cities:Houston and San Antonio State Bird: Mockingbird Two Natural Resources:Corn, Cotton Border States:Arkansas , Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma Nickname:Lone Star State Capital:Pierre Population: 844, 877 Two Largest Cities: Sioux Falls and Rapid City State Bird: Ring-necked Pheasant Two Natural Resources: Wheat and lumbar Border States: Iowa, Minnesota ,Montana, Nebraska ,South Dakota, Wyoming Nickname: Mount Rushmore state NEW HAMPSHIRE Capital:Annapolis Population:5,928,814 Two Largest Cities: Baltimore and Frederick State Bird: Baltimore Oriole Two Natural Resources: Seafood, Soybeans Border States: Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia Nickname: Old Line State Capital:Jefferson City Population:6,044,171 Two Largest Cities: Kansas City and St. Louis State Bird:Bluebird Two Natural Resources: Corn and Hogs Border States:Arkansas, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Tennessee Nickname:Show Me State NEW YORK KENTUCKY CONNECTICUT UTAH Minnesota Capital: Providence Population:1, 051, 511 Two Largest Cities: Providence and Warwick State Bird: Rhode Island Red Two Natural Resources: Vegetables and eggs Border States: Connecticut ,Massachusetts ,New York (water boarder) Nickname: The Ocean State Capital:Atlanta Population:9,992,167 Two Largest Cities: Atlanta, Augusta State Bird:Brown Thrasher Two Natural Resources: Peanuts and Hogs Border States: : Alabama,Florida,North Carolina,South Carolina,Tennessee Nickname:Peach State Capital: Tallahassee Population: 19,552,860 Two Largest Cities: Jacksonville,Miami State Bird:Mockingbird Two Natural Resources: Sugar and Oranges Border States: Alabama,Georgia Nickname: Sunshine State COLORADO Capital:Phoenix Population:6,626,624 Two Largest Cities: Phoenix and Tucson State Bird:Cactus Wren Two Natural Resouces: Gold and Silver Border States:California,Colorado, Nevada,New Mexico,Utah Nickname:The Grand Canyon State WASHINGTON Capital: Charleston Population:1, 854, 304 Two Largest Cities: Charleston and Huntington State Bird: 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