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Unit Study Supplement: Illinois Facts, U.S. 21st State

Did you know that Illinois was the first state to ratify (accept) the 13th amendment to abolish (end) slavery?  Did you know that Illinois is where Abraham Lincoln spent most of his life? Named for the Illinois Indians, Illinois is a top supplier of soybeans and corn and is also known for its production of […]

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Unit Study Supplement: New Mexico, U.S. 47th State

How did New Mexico get its name? Who lived in New Mexico first? And what is it known for? These and other questions are answered in our New Mexico unit study supplement, which includes interesting facts for kids, a history timeline about New Mexico, geography facts and more! Time4Learning members can download our list of […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Iowa, U.S. 29th State

How old is Iowa? What is Iowa best known for? What is the state animal of Iowa? Learn these and other interesting facts about Iowa in our Iowa history timeline, fast facts and geography facts section. Your students will learn fun facts and information about Iowa in this series of unit study supplements about all […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Washington Facts, U.S. 42nd State

Washington state is located in the Pacific Northwest United States and contains the northwestern most point of the continental US, Cape Flattery. Because of its coastline and harbors, Washington is important to trade with the state of Alaska, Canada, and other countries in the Pacific Rim, and it has developed an economy largely based on […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Indiana Facts, U.S. 19th State

What is the state of Indiana known for? When did Indiana become a state? These and other questions are answered in our Indiana history timeline and throughout this unit study supplement. Indiana is a midwestern state with a name that is thought to mean “land of the Indians.” Indiana is known for manufacturing steel, automobiles, […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Montana Facts, U.S. 41st State

What do you think of when you see or hear the word “Montana”?  Montana is a state in the northwestern United States that gets its name from the Spanish word “montaña,” which means mountain or mountainous region.  However, among the mountain states in the US, it has the lowest elevation, and the eastern part of […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Oklahoma Facts, U.S. 46th State

Did you know that “Oklahoma” is a combination of two words in the Choctaw language that means “red people” and that is the home to the most Native Americans of any state?  Did you also know that the parking meter was invented in Oklahoma and that the state is the site of the famous 101 […]

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Unit Study Supplement: North Dakota, U.S. 39th State

Did you know that there are more than twice as many cattle as people in North Dakota? It is the 19th largest state but also one of the least populated (under 800,000). So what is North Dakota known for? It is the US leader in production of honey (number one in the nation), durum and […]

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Unit Study Supplement: South Dakota Facts, U.S. 40th State

South Dakota is a state rich with Native American history and striking geography. Did you know that Mount Rushmore, the giant sculpture of four US presidents, is found in South Dakota? Did you know that another rock monument, the Crazy Horse Memorial, is still under construction in South Dakota and will be 563 feet tall […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Maryland Facts, U.S. 7th State

Did you know that Maryland is called “Little America”? Maryland is a relatively small state, however, there’s so much history and so much to do in this state that it’s been labeled “America in Miniature”. What is Maryland famous for? Aside from the role Maryland played in our history, Maryland is famous for its seafood, […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Ohio Facts, U.S. 17th State

The state of Ohio is a state of many firsts; did you know that the first traffic light was used in Cincinnati in 1914? Or that the famous inventor Thomas Edison was actually born in Milan, Ohio? There has been a debate for years over whether Ohio or North Carolina should be considered the birthplace […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Washington D.C. Facts

Washington, DC has breathtaking wetlands, rivers, streams, and remains as a unique American city because it was established by the Constitution of the United States to serve as the nation’s capital. The site of the District of Columbia along the Potomac River was first selected by President George Washington. This unit study supplement gives you […]

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Unit Study Supplement: William Henry Harrison, U.S. 9th President

William Henry Harrison was the ninth president of the United States, serving only a month in office before, unfortunately, becoming the first U.S. President to die in office. Harrison was a veteran of the army and served many years in politics, including as Governor of the Indiana Territory. Born and raised in Virginia, Harrison attended […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Utah Facts, U.S. 45th State

A theory that is largely accepted as a fact about Utah, is that its name is derived from the Native American tribe “Ute” which could mean “they who are higher up” or “people of the mountains”. However, the origin and etymology of the name Utah is unclear. Widely known as having the best snow on […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Alabama Facts, U.S. 22nd State

Did you know that the first rocket that took humans to the moon was built by workers from Alabama, making Huntsville,AL the rocket capital of the world? Or that the state’s official nut is the pecan? Perhaps, you might find it interesting to know that Alabama is Helen Keller’s birthplace? With Time4Learning’s series of United […]

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