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Christian Genarafe B. Malabanan BSIT – QIB STATES AND CAPITALS OF U.S.A 1. ALABAMA Capital: Montgomery Nickname: Yellowhammer State - Alabama is nicknamed the Yellowhammer State , after the state bird . Alabama is also known as the "Heart of Dixie " and the Cotton State . The state tree is the longleaf pine , and the state flower is the camellia . - the 30th-most extensive and the 24th-most populous of the 50 United States . - Alabama has one of the longest navigable inland waterways in the nation. 2. ALASKA Capital: Juneau Nickname: Great Land - Largest state in the United States - Most pilots per capita - Northern Lights - Crabbing, fishing and mining 3. ARIZONA Capital: Phoenix Nickname: Grand Canyon State - Sunniest state - Largest amount of land set aside for Native Americans - Hopi Indians and Desert 4. ARKANSAS Capital: Little Rock Nickname: Natural State - The only active diamond mine in the U.S - Arkansas has many diverse regions that offer residents and tourists a variety of opportunities for outdoor recreation. 5. CALIFORNIA Capital: Sacramento Nickname: Golden State - California is the most populous state in the United States and the third-most extensive state by area . - California’s Sequioa National Park contains many of the world’s largest trees. - birthplace of the film industry , the hippie counterculture, the Internet , [14] and the personal computer . - The state's economy is centered on finance , government , real estate services , technology , and professional, scientific and technical business services ; together comprising 58% of the state's economy . 6. COLORADO Capital: Denver Nickname: Centennial State
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- Colorado is nicknamed the " Centennial State " because it became a state in the same year as the centennial of the United States Declaration of Independence .
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