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  1. 5. / This state produces enough cotton each year to make two T-shirts for every American.
  2. 6. / It's official nickname is the Gem State
  3. 7. / Congress intended for this state to be a perfect rectangle, although its a bit off. .
  4. 9. / This state is also known as the horse capital of the world.
  5. 10. / This states has over 11,000 inland lakes adn more than 36,000 miles of sterams.
  6. 12. / This state's lowest point: Death Valley - 282 feet below sea level.
  7. 14. / This is the only states that shares its borders with only one other US State
  8. 15. / This states's nickname is the Pelican State
  9. 16. / The first school in the US, King Williams School, opened in this state in 1696.
  10. 17. / The second smallest state
  11. 20. / There are more churches in this state than in any other state in the country.
  12. 21. / Famous for its Diamond trade and Crater of Diamonds State Park.
  13. 23. / The flattest state in America
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  1. 1. / This state produces more nuclear energy than any other state in the country
  2. 2. / The only state that grows coffee
  3. 3. / This state is the number one producer of Peanuts, Pecans, and Peaches
  4. 4. / Basketball was invented in this state in 1891.
  5. 5. / The only state whose official drink is an Alcoholic beverage.
  6. 8. / The first open heart surgery and the first bone marrow transplant in the US were performed in this state.
  7. 11. / This states makes more popcorn than any other US state
  8. 12. / The first phone book was published here in Feb 1878.
  9. 13. / The only state bordered by two navigable rivers: Mississippi & Missouri Rivers
  10. 18. / This states is known for fishing, mining, oil, and now peonies.
  11. 19. / This state borders 8 different states.
  12. 22. / This state has the nicknames of the Sunflower State, Jayhawk State, Midway State, and the Wheat State