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(Many Paths)

An Online Newsletter Celebrating Native America


July 13, 2002 - Issue 65


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Match the food-related nickname with the appropriate state. Three states have multiple unofficial names.

1. Cornhusker state

8. Baked-bean state

15. Wheat state

2. Peach state 9. Clam state 16. Sugar state
3. Dairy state 10. Bread-and-butter state 17. Antelope state
4. Sunflower state 11. Nutmeg state 18. Hog-and-hominy state
5. Rice state 12. Goober state 19. Beef state
6. Orange state 13. Pineapple state 20. Chinook state
7. Beehive state 14. Corn state 21. Mud-cat state

Choose from these states:



New Jersey



South Carolina
Georgia Massachusetts


Hawaii Minnesota


Idaho Mississippi


Illinois Nebraska Wisconsin


1. Nebraska 2. Georgia 3. Wisconsin 4. Kansas 5. South Carolina 6. Florida 7. Utah
8. Massachusetts 9. New Jersey 10. Minnesota 11. Connecticut 12. Georgia 13. Hawaii 14. Illinois
15. Kansas 16. Louisiana 17. Nebraska 18. Tennessee 19. Texas 20. Washington 21. Mississippi

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