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Match the descriptions of various US states with their owners. Enjoy!

Vermont Known as the 'Crossroads of America,' this state has more miles of interstate highway per square mile than any other state.
California Not technically a state, but instead, the separate capital of the United States.
New York The westernmost state and the last state to join the union, it was added in 1959.
Utah This state is known for being the home of the Mormon Temple and the Great Salt Lake
Hawaii The US government owns a third of the land in this state, whose name means 'colored red.'
South Carolina This state's name is lots of fun to sing. Really loudly. All the time. Thank you, Rogers
Florida Famous for potatoes, it's illegal for one citizen to give another a box of chocolates weighing more than 50 pounds in this state.
Oregon Home of Yellowstone National Park, this state was the first to give women the right to vote.
Alaska This state is the home of both the first skyscraper, in 1885, and the current tallest building in North America, the Sears Tower.
Tennessee This state is flat, flat, flat.... and the Oregon Trail passed through it.
North Carolina This state's upper and lower peninsulas are joined by one of the longest suspension bridges in the world.
Illinois This state is the birthplace of Davy Crockett and country music.
Delaware This state is home to the Rock
Massachusetts Smokey the Bear was born in this state, which is also known for its 14 million acre Navajo Indian reservation.
Mississippi This state, whose name means "tribal town" in the Creek Indian language, is known as the birthplace of Nat King Cole.
Pennsylvania Kim can't pronounce this state, and it's also the home to some really famous Puritan-era witch hunts.
West Virginia This state is pretty cold, and borders Ontario to the north.
Virginia This state shares a border with Washington DC and is renowned for its seafood, especially crab.
Maryland Everybody wants to go here when they retire -- and not just because of Disney World!
Arkansas This western state was settled by travelers who crossed the midland prairies in wagons on a trail that came to be named after their destination.
District of Columbia This state, named for Quaker William Penn, boasts the chocolate capital of the world.
Montana No visit to this state is comlete without stopping to see the Grand Canyon.
Nebraska This northernmost state features dog mushing as the official sport.
Wisconsin This state is famous for its hot springs and for being the home of US President Bill Clinton.
Michigan If you ever want to run away and get married, this is the place to go. It's the elopment capital of the US.
Oklahoma Bordered by Kansas, South Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado, Iowa, and Missouri, this state is famous for hosting Buffalo Bill Cody's first rodeo.
Wyoming This state is named after the largest river in the United States.
Indiana This coastal state houses the Grand Strand, 60 miles of beaches developed into a premier resort destination.
Arizona 46 of this state's 56 counties are considered 'frontier counties,' and have an average population of 6 or fewer people per square mile.
South Dakota The more prominent towns in this border state are Wheeling and Charleston.
New Jersey This rebellious state was the first to declare its independence from England -- six months before the Declaration of Independence was signed. No wonder their motto is "Live free or die!"
Connecticut Nobody wants to go here, it's said, but just the same, if you visit New York City, it can't quite be helped. It's pretty much one big suburb -- every county in the state is classified as a metropolitan area.
Minnesota This state is known for Cheeseheads, and is definitely a dairy center.
New Mexico The ice cream cone was invented in this state at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair.
Colorado This northern state borders Canada. It and its southern counterpart are named after an Indian tribe whose name means 'friend' or 'ally" in the Sioux language.
New Hampshire From NYC to Niagara Falls, this state is as eclectic as they come.
Louisiana This state of southern hospitality is known for the 3 Ps: Peanuts, Peaches, and Pecans.
Maine This state is the home of Ben
Georgia People think this western coastal state will fall right off the continent eventually... it is home to a lot of earthquakes!
North Dakota This state used to be named Columbia, but it was changed so people wouldn't confuse it with Washington, District of Columbia. Um, yeah. That didn't work very well...
Washington This state is best known for crawfish, jambalaya, and Mardi Gras festivities.
Kentucky The first successful airplane flight occurred here at Kitty Hawk in 1903.
Idaho This state is famous for its monumental carvings created by blasting away at the surfaces of mountains.
Kansas This easternmost state is renowned for its lobsters.
Ohio This is the only state whose east and west borders are entirely formed by water: the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers.
Iowa This state was named for the 'Virgin Queen,' Elizabeth I of England, and is the location of the first permanent settlement in the colonies.
Missouri This state hosts the oldest continually held horse race in the country, at Churchill Downs in Louisville.
Texas This is the smallest of all the states, totaling just 1,214 square miles.
Alabama Tucked between Maryland and the Atlantic Ocean, this state is the only one that has no National Parks, Historic Sites, or Monuments.
Nevada This smallish state is located just south of Massachusetts and just north of New York City.
Rhode Island The Lone Star State, where everything is bigger and badder than it is up north!

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