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The Amazing United States
Fascinating Facts About the 50 States

Posted April 22, 2006

Want to learn some amazing facts about the United States?  If so, you've come to the right place.  In this broadcast, students share some of the interesting information they found while writing their state reports.   Ever wondered which state grows the most blueberries, or which state annually makes the world's largest enchilada?  Listen to ColeyCast #5 and find out!  While this broadcast is a bit longer than our others, we think it will be well worth your time.  Enjoy!

Segment Listing

  • Pennsylvania by Dylan

  • New Jersey by Allison

  • Georgia by Stephanie

  • Massachusetts by Brett

  • Virginia by Jonah

  • New York by Andrew L.

  • North Carolina by Aimee

  • Rhode Island by Michael

  • Tennessee by Rachel

  • Ohio by Leo

  • Louisiana by Alyson

  • Indiana by Shabnam

  • Illinois by Ysatiz

  • Alabama by Haily

  • Maine by Davis

  • Florida by Chas

  • Texas by Kevin

  • Minnesota by Breanna

  • Oregon by Sandra

  • Kansas by James

  • Nevada by Alex

  • Nebraska by Daniel

  • Colorado by Andrew T.

  • Montana by Jonathan

  • Washington by Brian

  • Idaho by Bob

  • New Mexico by Annemarie

  • Arizona by Stevie

  • Alaska by Kennedy

  • Hawaii by Allan

Want to learn more amazing facts?  Click here!


16 minutes 38 seconds | 19.0 MB

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