States and What They Are Famous For

Do you know what the states are famous for? These are just random state facts. Each State is used once plus Washington D.C.
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Last updated: September 27, 2017
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Smokey the bear was rescued from a forest fire in 1950 here
New Mexico
Covers as many square miles as the other 5 New England states combined
Maine
The only state that's never had an earthquake
South Dakota
The driest state
Nevada
This state had the world's first brick paved street
West Virginia
Birthplace of tupperware
New Hampshire
Has a city called Santa Claus which gets a half million letters every year
Indiana
More triplets are born here than any other state
Nebraska
People who live here live an average of 5 years longer than people from other states
Hawaii
The birthplace of the ice cream cone
Missouri
Home of the longest running live radio show in the world
Tennessee
TV was invented here
Idaho
The state where Dr Pepper and the hamburger were invented
Texas
Home of the first Krispy Kreme doughnut
North Carolina
A sapphire from this state in in the Crown Jewels of England
Montana
Has the most shopping malls in one area in the world
New Jersey
The smiley :) was first used by computer scientists at a college in this state
Pennsylvania
A city in this state has an exact replica of the house from The Wizard of Oz
Kansas
A large city here as twice as many college graduates as any other state
Washington
The only state in the continental US that does not follow daylight savings time
Arizona
Has more than $6 billion in gold underneath Fort Knox
Kentucky
The Fig Newton is named after a city here
Massachusetts
The only state whose capital does not have a McDonald's
Vermont
The only state to turn down the olympics
Colorado
A city here is home to Gerber; it is the baby food capital of the world
Michigan
The Mall of America is so big that if you spent 10 mins in each store you'd be here for 4 days
Minnesota
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Has the most ghost towns in the country
Oregon
Home to the nations oldest cattle ranch
New York
The Ouija board was created here
Maryland
Ice cream cones were invented here so was the American Water Spaniel which is the state dog
Wisconsin
Has a governor in jail, one pending jail, and is the most corrupt state in the union
Illinois
Winnebago RV's got their name from a city plus this is the only state that starts with 2 vowels
Iowa
The first planned capital in the world
Washington D.C.
President Teddy Roosevelt refused to shoot a bear here
Mississippi
Has parishes instead of counties
Louisiana
The hot dog was invented here
Ohio
Pharmacist John Pemberton made the first Vat of Coca-Cola
Georgia
Has the only active diamond mine in the U.S.
Arkansas
Home of the nations oldest bar
Rhode Island
Frisbee was invented at a college here
Connecticut
The first state to allow women to vote
Wyoming
Was the first state to have 9-1-1
Alabama
Home of the world's largest office building
Virginia
Has more scientists and engineers than any other state
Delaware
A city here is the exact geographic center of North America
North Dakota
Its economy is so large that if it were a country, it would rank 7th in the entire world
California
One out of every 64 people has a pilots license.
Alaska
A county here is home to the world's largest gringo farm
South Carolina
Home of the first KFC
Utah
Home to the largest city in the U.S.
Florida
The grounds of the state capital are covered by oil wells
Oklahoma
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Level 66
Sep 29, 2017
Perhaps for the Florida clue you mean oldest?
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Level 49
Dec 6, 2017
nope I got this from somewhere and it said largest
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Level 62
Sep 10, 2018
New York City is the largest city in the United States.