MYSTERY STATE OR PRESIDENT

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  WEEK 16 WEEK 17 WEEK 18
Monday This state has the lowest water-to-land ration of all 50 states.    
Tuesday The leaves of this state flower can be used to make sandals, rope, and baskets.    
Wednesday Smokey the Bear, an orphaned bear cub, was found in this state.    
Thursday Carlsbad Caverns, one of the largest cave systems in the world, is located in this state.    
Friday The roadrunner is this state's state bird.    
     
ANSWER NEW MEXICO    
     

 

 

  WEEK 13 WEEK 14 WEEK 15
Monday This state elects four people to the US House of Representatives. The flag of this state was designed by a 13-year old boy. The first public school in the United States was established in this state in 1635.
Tuesday Helium was discovered at a university in this state in 1905. This state has 6,640 miles of coastline, more than all other states combined. The first World Series was played in this state.
Wednesday This state leads the US in cattle and wheat production. William A Egan was this state's first governor. Cod is this state's official state fish.
Thursday This state's state song is "Home on the Range." This state does not border any other state. This state was the home state of four US presidents: John Adams, John Quincy Adams, Calvin Coolidge, and John F. Kennedy.
Friday Female aviator Amelia Earhart was born in this state. This state was purchased from Russia. In 1620, the Mayflower landed in this state.
 
ANSWER KANSAS ALASKA MASSACHUSETTS
 

 

 

  WEEK 10
Mystery President
WEEK 11
Mystery President
WEEK 12
Monday This president served in the Civil War. He was the only President to be wounded and survive an assassination attempt. The oldest public library in the United States can be found in this state.
Tuesday This president's great-grandfather was a signer of the Declaration of Independence. He was the first president to wear contact lenses. The oldest US newspaper still being published was founded in this state in 1764.
Wednesday This president established the practice of daily display of the American flag over public buildings and schools. He worked as a motion picture and television actor. The USS Nautilus -- the world's first nuclear-powered submarine -- was built in this state in 1954.
Thursday His nicknames are Little Ben or The Human Iceberg. He served as governor of California. This state is the birthplace of the American Revolutionary War patriot Nathan Hale, who is quoted as saying, "I only regret I have but one life to lose for my country."
Friday He was the grandson of a former president. He was the oldest president in history.  He was 77 when he left office. The "Constitution State" is this state's nickname.
     
ANSWER BENJAMIN HARRISON RONALD REAGAN CONNECTICUT
 

 

 

  WEEK 7 WEEK 8 WEEK 9
Monday This state was named after a queen of England. This state is the easternmost prairie state. Three countries, France, England, and Spain, flew their flags over this state at separate times.
Tuesday The first umbrella factory in the United States opened in this state in 1928. The Wabash & Erie Canal, which operated from 1833 to 1874, increased the population and commerce in this state. Nearly 60 percent of this state is covered by forest.
Wednesday Francis Scott Key wrote "The Star Spangled Banner" in this state while wathing an attack on Fort McHenry during the War of 1812. This state hosts a famous car race. Coca-Cola was first bottled in this state in 1894.
Thursday This state's capital, Annapolis, is the fourth-oldest state capital in the United States. Forty-one miles of this state's border are along Lake Michigan Cotton is the most important crop in this state.
Friday The United States Naval Academy is located in this state. This state's name means "Land of the Indians." This state's name is also the name of the largest (by volume) river in the United States.
 
ANSWER MARYLAND INDIANA MISSISSIPPI
 

 

 

  WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6
Monday The first coeducational, interracial college was founded in this state. This state has the tallest state capital in the US. The world's largest elephant fossil is in this state.
Tuesday The first professional baseball team was established in this state. At different points in its history, this state was owned by France and Spain. This state's legislature has only on house.
Wednesday Seven US presidents were born in this state. This state's counties are called "parishes." Corn and beef are two of this state's top products.
Thursday This state's flag is the only state flag shaped by a pennant. Ninety-eight percent of the world's crayfish are in this state. Former president Gerald R. Ford was born in this state.
Friday The Professional Football Hall of Fame and the Rock'n'Roll Hall of Fame are in this state. This state hosts a huge Mardi Gras celebration every year. This state is nicknamed the "Cornhusker State."
 
ANSWER OHIO LOUISIANA NEBRASKA
 

 

 

  WEEK 1 WEEK 2 WEEK 3
Monday The most rural of the US states, farms cover 90% of its land. This state has more than two dozen telephone area codes. According to the latest census data, this state's population of about 4.4 million ranks it the 23rd largest state in the United States.
Tuesday The geographic center of North America can be found in this state. The world's largest land-locked harbor is in this state. Workers in this state built the rocket that carried the first people to walk on the moon.
Wednesday Explorers Meriwether Lewis & William Clark wintered in this state in 1804-1805. A gold rush began in this state in 1848. The square dance is the state's official American folk dance.
Thursday Among all US states, this state has the third-smallest population. This state's population, about 36 million, is the largest of all US states. This state was the home state of Helen Keller.
Friday Fargo is the state's most populated city. The state is the home of Death Valley.  Death Valley is the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere. The state of Georgia forms most of this state's eastern border.
 
ANSWER NORTH DAKOTA CALIFORNIA ALABAMA