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State's Bragging Rights
"Every state has something to brag about. Here are just a few."
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This state's capital city was once the capital of the United States.
This state is home to Pike's Peak.
This state is home to a mountain on whose summit was recorded one of the world's highest wind velocities, 231 miles per hour, in 1934.
This state is the birthplace of Davy Crockett.
The Progressive Movement, under Robert LaFollette started in this state around 1900, making the state a leader in social reform.
This state was home to Confederate president Jefferson Davis, and the birthplace of such 20th century writers as Tennessee Williams and William Faulkner.
This state is located at the geographic center of the contiguous 48 states.
This state is home to 'Hell's Canyon', the deepest gorge in North America at 7,900 feet, and its population averages only about 12 persons per square mile.
This state is home to the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, and is the third smallest state.
This state's capital is served by more major highways than any other American city. The state is the birthplace of such notables as Cole Porter, Red Skelton, and James Dean.
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