American Alphabet

by Alan Cohen

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•A is for
Alaska, the largest state.

•B is for
Baltimore, a major city in Maryland.

•C is for
Connecticut, a state in New England.

•D is for

Delaware, the first state to join the United States.

•E is for
the Everglades in Florida.

•F is for

Florida, the Sunshine State.

•G is for
Georgia, Florida’s neighbor.

•H is for
Hawaii, America’s th 50 state.

•I is for
Idaho, a state in the Northwest.

•J is for
Jacksonville, the largest city in Florida.

•K is for

Kentucky, the Bluegrass State.

•L is for
Louisiana, a southern state.

•M is for

Minnesota, the “Land of 10,000 Lakes”.

•N is for
Nevada, the Silver State.

•O is for

Oregon, a state in the Pacific Northwest.

•P is for
Pennsylvania where the Declaration of Independence was signed.

•Q is for

Quincy, MA. the home of 2 presidents, John Adams and John Quincy Adams.

•R is for

Rhode Island, the smallest state.

•S is for

South Carolina, the home of Shoeless Joe Jackson, a great baseball player.

•T is for
Tennessee, the home of country music in Nashville.

•U is for
Utah, home of the Real Salt Lake soccer team.

•V is for

Vermont, the Green Mountain State.

•W is for

Washington D.C., the capital of the United States.

•X is for X-

Men, a popular comic book in the United States.

•Y is for the

York Revolution, a minor league baseball team from York, Penn.

•Z is for

zephyrs, a minor league baseball team from New Orleans.

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