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  • Pennsylvania
  • Yes, Kate, but did YOU know that they have lumbering, mining, and trade there? 
  • I didn't know that. Apparently, also the northernmost border is 39 degrees 43'N, and the southernmost is 42 degrees N. 
  • Hey Lisa! Did you know that the capital of Pennsylvania is Harrisburg? 
  • New Jersey
  • Hey Dad? Is Trenton the capital of New Jersey?
  • I already knew that, but in case YOU didn't know, the northernmost point is 38 degrees 55' N, and the southernmost point is 41 degrees 21'23"N.
  • Yes it is, and they also do mining, fishing, and field crop farming, likes corn, wheat, and soybeans, just to let you know.
  • New York
  • Hey Bob? Just to ask for this college test I gotta do, cause that's college stuff, what are some economic activities that people do in New York?
  • Thanks, and just to show I know something about the topic, the northernmost point is 40 degrees 29'40"N, and the southernmost point is 45 degrees 0'42"N
  • They have mining, fishing, and livestock product farming, like milk, eggs, and poultry. The capital is also Albany. 
  • Powerpoint: State Nickname: State of Independence Highest Point: Mount Davis at 3,213 feet 5 Largest Cities: Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown, Erie, Scranton
  • Rhode Island
  • Hey Jake! I need to now information about a project, can you help me? What is the capital of Rhode Island, and what are some economic activities?
  • Postcard: Three things I learned: 1. New Jersey is the diner capital of the world 2. Horses are New Jersey's state animal 3. New Jersey is where the Miss America Competition is held
  • Vermont
  • What is the northernmost point and southernmost point of Vermont, and what is the capital?
  • National Park: Harriet Tubman National Historical Park. I learned three things: 1. The park is almost right next to the Catskill Mountains, made famous by Gary Paulsen in his book Hatchet.  2. You can tour where she lived when you visit the park. 3. You can visit the cemetery where she was buried, across the street. 
  • Maine
  • Hurry John! What are economic activities in Maine and what's the capital???
  • State Float:  Famous for: Being last of the thirteen colonies 5 related words: Small, Colony, Jewelry, Providence, and Amendment Famous person: Actress Viola Davis
  • Francis, the capital is Providence, and three economic activities are mining, foresting, and fishing. Also, just as a fun fact, the northernmost point is 41 degrees 18'N, and the southernmost point is 42 degrees 1'N
  • POI: I learned three things:  1. There was only one raisin flavored Ben and Jerry's 2. Ben and Jerry's could have been a bagel company 3. Employees get three pints of their choice per day
  • The northernmost point is 42 degrees 44'N, and the southernmost point is 45 degrees 0'43"N. The capital is Montpelier, and for extra knowledge, the economic activities are mining, livestock product farming, and dairy product farming
  • You just won a million dollars
  • Collage: Three interesting places to go are: 1. Ogunquit Beach: it's a beautiful beach to walk on and enjoy the sun 2. Acadia National Park: it has mountains to climb and the Thunder Hole 3. Screw Auger Falls: it's a beautiful set of waterfalls that you may be able to swim at
  • Ok thanks
  • The activities are mining, fishing, and crop farming, like corn, hay and oats. The capital is Augusta. As another fact, the northernmost point is 43 degrees 4' N, and the southernmost point is 47 degrees 28'N. 
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