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Series: World Almanac Library of the States

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Alabama: The Heart of Dixie by Michael A. Martin
Alaska: The Last Frontier by Isaac Seder
Arizona: The Grand Canyon State by Michael A. Martin
Arkansas: The Natural State by Darice Bailer
California: the Golden State by Scott Ingram
Colorado: The Centennial State by Megan Elias
Connecticut: The Constitution State by Darice Bailer
Delaware by Justine Fontes
Florida: the Sunshine State by Patricia Chui
Georgia: The Peach State by Eric Siegfried Holtz
Hawaii: The Aloha State by Robin S. Doak
Idaho: The Gem State by Karen Edwards
Illinois by Kathleen Feeley
Indiana: The Hoosier State by Lynn Brunelle
Iowa by Michael E. Martin
Kansas: The Sunflower State by Scott Ingram
Kentucky: The Blue Grass State by Miriam Heddy Pollock
Louisiana: The Pelican State by Leslie S. Gildart
Maine: The Pine Tree State by Deborah H. Deford
Maryland: The Old Line State by Michael A. Martin
Massachusetts: The Bay State by Rachel Barenblat
Michigan: the Wolverine State by Rachel Barenblat
Minnesota: Land of 10,000 Lakes by Miriam Heddy Pollock
Mississippi by Acton Figueroa
Missouri: The Show-Me State by Scott Ingram
Montana: The Treasure State by Kris Hirschmann
Nebraska: The Cornhusker State by Michael E. Flocker
Nevada: The Silver State by Jon Hana
New Hampshire: The Granite State by Joanne Mattern
New Jersey: The Garden State by Eric Siegfried Holtz
New Mexico by Michael Burgan
New York: The Empire State by Jacqueline A. Ball
North Carolina: The Tar Heel State by Sarah Rafle
North Dakota by Justine Fontes
Ohio: The Buckeye State by Michael A. Martin
Oklahoma: The Sooner State by Michael A. Martin
Oregon: The Beaver State by Scott Ingram
Pennsylvania: The Keystone State by Scott Ingram
Puerto Rico: And Other Outlying Areas (World Almanac Library of the States) by Michael Burgan
Rhode Island: The Ocean State by Joanne Mattern
South Carolina: The Palmetto State by Ann Volkwein
South Dakota: The Mount Rushmore State by Kris Hirschmann
Tennessee: The Volunteer State by Barbara Peck
Texas: The Lone Star State by Rachel Barenblat
Utah: The Beehive State by Kris Hirschmann
Vermont: The Green Mountain State by Michael E. Flocker
Virginia: The Old Dominion by Pamela Pollack
Washington, D.C. by Acton Figueroa
Washington: The Evergreen State by Rachel Barenblat
West Virginia by Justine Fontes
Wisconsin: The Badger State by Rachel Barenblat
Wyoming by Justine Fontes

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