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State Of Alabama Ornament

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Alabama is nicknamed the Yellowhammer state after the state bird, the Northern Flicker. As the woodpecker flies, its bright yellow tail and underwings are visible. Yellowhammer is a term that originated during the American Civil War to describe Confederate soldiers from Alabama. The U.S. Space and Rocket Center is a top attraction. Alabama is rich in U.S. history.
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State Of Alaska Ornament

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The Land of the Midnight Sun is the largest state in the Union, has 17 of the 20 highest peaks in the country and has been inhabited since 10,000 B.C. In 1964, the strongest earthquake in North America shook Prince William Sound (9.2 magnitude). North to the future is the state's motto.
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State Of California Ornament

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California, the Golden State is known for its sunny skies and beautiful beaches where sailboats cruise along the shores. From sandy beaches to famous forests filled with redwood trees, visitors can ride cable cars in San Francisco or sip wine in the Napa Valley. California is also the birthplace of the film industry!
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State Of Florida Ornament

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Florida is the most southeastern U.S. state, with the Atlantic on one side and the Gulf of Mexico on the other. Nicknamed the Sunshine State, it has hundreds of miles of beaches. People flock to Florida to take in the sun, see the marine life, alligators and eat the delicious oranges grown here.
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State Of Maine Ornament

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Maine is the most northeastern state in the U.S. and is known for its rocky coastline, maritime history and nature areas. Lighthouses dot the coastline, as do lobster shacks and sandy beaches. Maine is also home to wild blueberries. People travel from far and wide to pick wild Maine blueberries.
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State Of Michigan Ornament

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Michigan and its cities are renowned as the car capital of the world, birth place of Motown music, and cherry capital of the world. Michigan is home of the Mackinac Bridge, one of the longest suspension bridges. The state has the longest freshwater shoreline and includes 116 lighthouses.
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State Of Minnesota Ornament

$29.99

Minnesota boasts abundant wildlife and scenery including moose, wolves and ducks! In the Land of 10,000 Lakes, fishing is a popular hobby. The Pink and White Lady Slipper is the state s flower, found abundantly in nature. Minnesota s capital, Saint Paul brings the nature state a great cityscape.
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State Of New Jersey Ornament

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The Garden State is the fourth smallest state but is the most densely populated. New Jersey includes 130 miles of Atlantic Coast with 11 lighthouses that have guided mariners for over a century and welcomed thousands of tourists and beachgoers to the Jersey Shore each year.
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State Of Ohio Ornament

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Ohio dons its name from the Ohio River and is a highly populated Midwestern state. The Buckeye State is known as the Mother of Presidents: as 8 US Presidents hail from Ohio. Here, the Wright Brothers invented the airplane and the Ohio State is its largest university. Ohio is the home to the Pro Football and Rock and Roll Hall of Fames.
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State Of Oklahoma Ornament

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The Sooner State is home to the scissor-tailed flycatcher, the American Bison, real cowboys and oil derricks still pump black gold. Enjoy a taste of Oklahoma chicken fried steak, BBQ, fried okra, strawberries and pecan pie. Reba McEntire, Will Rogers and Garth Brooks are a few of many Oklahomans who live the state motto: "Labor Conquers All Things.
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State Of Oregon Ornament

$24.99

Oregon, the Beaver state is home to incredible landscapes, nature and city life. Oregonians and tourists enjoy sights of lighthouses along the coast, views of Mount Hood and wildlife. The diverse state is home to oceans, mountains and desert-like landscapes, making it a perfect destination for any vacation!
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State Of Pennsylvania Ornament

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Pennsylvania was one of the original 13 colonies. Today the state is known for historical attractions such as the Liberty Bell and Civil War battlefields near Gettysburg. Pennsylvania is home to many Amish communities traveling by horse and carriage across the state s picturesque covered bridges.
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State Of Texas Ornament

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The Lone Star State is known for its cowboy culture and famous longhorn cattle. The Texas landscape is diverse, including cacti and is now decorated with oil drilling wells due to its rich supply of oil. Texans have adopted the armadillo as their mascot and lovingly decorate with the armor-plated critter.
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State Of Washington Ornament

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Washington State, the Evergreen State sees people flock by the millions to visit. Tourists stop along the Puget Sound to see whales migrating and visit the Space Needle to catch a glimpse of Mount Rainier. Washington produces over half the country's apples each year.
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State Of Wisconsin Ornament

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Known as the Badger State, today Wisconsin is recognized as the dairy capital of America. Wisconsin with its German and Norwegian heritage and love of football, beer and cheese has contributed much including the ice cream sundae, typewriter and first kindergarten.
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Texas State Flag Ornament

$14.99

"The Lone Star Flag" is the national flag of the Republic of Texas. The red, white, and blue of the state flag represent bravery, purity and loyalty. The five points of the star represent the characteristics of a good citizen: fortitude, loyalty, prudence, righteousness, and broadmindedness.
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