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Home to the Pizza Hut chain, Geodetic center of North America, Helium discovered here
Birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement, Cathedral Caverns State Park, Natural Bridge rock
Pikes Peak, Home to the U.S. Air Force Academy, Mesa Verde National Park
Largest producer of maple syrup in the U.S., Only New England state with no Atlantic Ocean coastline, Lake Champlain
'Gateway to the West', Has the least restrictive alcohol and tobbaco regulation of all 50 U.S. states, Also borders 8 U.S. states
Yosemite, Sequoia National Park, Death Valley
International Peace Garden Park, Enchanted Highway, Name comes from the Sioux word meaning friends or allies
Land of Lincoln, St Valentine's Day Massacre, Willis Tower
Crazy Horse monument (in progress), Wounded Knee, The Black Hills
Battle of Tippecanoe, Home to a famous speedway, Lake Wawasee
Area 51, Legalized gambling, Legalized brothels
Hell's Canyon, Shoshone Falls, Potatoes
Only U.S. state to border only one other U.S. state, Lobsters, Easternmost state of the contiguous U.S.
Quaker, Pocono Mountains, Heshey's chocolate
Graceland, Grand Ole Opry, Borders 8 U.S. states
Churchill Downs, Mammoth Cave National Park, Most productive coalfield in the U.S.
Salem Witch Trials, The first U.S. state to legally recognize same-sex marriage, Cape Cod
Devil's Tower, Grand Tetons, Yellowstone
Kool Aid was invented here, Only U.S. state to have a unicameral legislature, Largest hand-planted forest in the U.S.
Monongahela National Forest, The only state to secede from a Confederate state, New River Gorge Bridge
U.S. state with the most lighthouses, The 'U.P.', Straits of Mackinac
The first log cabin built in North America, Thousand Acre Marsh, Great Dune
Tobacco Road, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, The Outer Banks
'Seward's Folley,' Denali, U.S. state with the longest coast line of all 50 states
Mount Rainier, Puget Sound, Boeing
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Mason-Dixon line, Chesapeake Bay, Potomac River
Rio Grande, Alamo, Home of Dr. Pepper,
Sandy Hook Bay, Most densely populated state in the U.S., Home to the world's first drive-in movie theater
One of two U.S. states to not border another U.S. state, Has the only royal palace in the U.S., Is not geographically located in North America
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cedar Point, Only U.S. state whose flag is non-rectangular
Birthplace of blues music, Home of Barq's Root Beer, Catfish aquaculture
Crater Lake National Park, Mount Hood, Home of the Intel Corperation
Home of PEZ candy, State song is 'Yankee Doodle', Home of ESPN
Lake Okeechobee, Everglades, Adams-Onis Treaty
Promnotory Point, Wasatch Range, Mormon Church
Home to the only active diamond mine in the U.S., Home state of Wal-Mart, Ozark National Forest
Largest mall in the U.S., World's only air-supported dome, Part of the state is above the 49th parallel
'Mother of the Presidents,' Shenandoah National Park, Home to the CIA
The heart of the 'Corn Belt' region, Largest Amish community west of the Mississippi River, Home of Quaker Oats (world's largest cereal company)
Major League Baseball Hall of Fame, Niagara Falls, Seneca Falls Convention
Glacier National Park, Custer's last stand, Birth state of Jack Horner
Girl Scouts founded here, Sherman's March to the Sea, Has had 5 official state capitals
Meteor Crater, MLB Spring Training site of the Cactus League, Last of the contiguous states to become a state
'Waterpark Capital of the World', Largest producer of cheese in the U.S., 'America's Dairyland'
'Crawfish capital of the world', Host to 20 major Civil War battles, Tallest capital building of all U.S. states
Strom Thurmond, First to secede from the union, Sassafras Mountain
Home of 'Family Guy,' Water makes up 32.4% of its total area, Enacted the first slavery prohibiting law in the U.S.
Carlsbad Caverns National Park, Chaco Canyon, 3 Air Force Bases (Kirtland, Holloman, and, Cannon)
First parking meter was installed here, End of the 'Trail of Tears,' Operating oil well on state capital grounds,
White Mountains, Old Man of the Mountain, Merrimack Valley

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