Articles about state
The following is a list of U.S. Capitals, their nicknames and State mottos. Alabama (Al) Montgomery Yellowhammer State Motto: "Audemus jura nostra defendere" (We dare defend our rights) Alaska (AK) Juneau The Last Frontier Motto: "North to the Future" Arizona (AZ) Phoenix The Grand Canyon State Motto: "Ditat Deus" (God enriches) Arkansas (AR) Little...
Although the Articles of Confederation and the United States Constitution held many philosophies that competed against one and other; the two documents also shared certain American ideals. The purpose of this text is to explore the similar philosophies that are expressed in these historical documents and discuss how they both promote independence, federalism and democracy.
Out of all the U.S. states that have large economies, which state has the largest Gross Domestic Product?
The laws regarding teen driving vary from state to state. In some states teenagers can obtain a driver license at 16 years old, while other states do not allow teens to drive until they are 18. According to Allstate Insurance, teens and parents should become familiar with the driving...
Even years after he graduated and moved onto the pros (the NFL), an Ian Johnson Boise State Jersey is still commonplace at Bronco Stadium on game days, and even in living rooms across the world. If you're going to cheer for the Boise State Broncos, why not do it...
Illinois is a big state with a long history. There are lots of great places to go in Illinois - for a couple or a family. From Chicago to the southern tip of the state, there are interesting, romantic, educational, and fun destinations - and some of the best places to visit in Illinois are great for weekend getaways as well.
Jefferson Finis Davis is best known as the President and Leader so the Confederate Southern States after they attempted to break away from the United States. Jefferson Finis Davis was the leader of the Southern States during the Civil War. If it had not been for States rights issues...
There are fifty States in the United States of America. But only a few States have a horse as part of their official state list. Here is a summary of the breeds that are now designated as 'Official Horses' for the States of Alabama, Idaho, Vermont, Massachusetts, Kentucky, Maryland and Missouri.
We're in another Presidential election year, we've had 44 Presidents so far. In this article we discover how George Washington's Election was different than the elections we've experienced in our lifetime. We'll discover where the electoral college came from and how the constitituion has evolved concerning your right to vote.
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All of these parks are within two hours of Chicago.
Each of these parks has its own personality and unique qualities.
Because of its proximity to the Chicago Metro Area, these parks can become crowded durnig summer weekends.