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    Nevada became a state in 1864.  It was the 36th to join the union.  The capital is Carson City.

    Nevada is bordered by Arizona California, Utah and Oregon.  The largest cities in the state are Las Vegas, Reno, Henderson, North Las Vegas and Sparks.

    Agriculture in the state includes cattle, hay and dairy products.  Industry includes tourism, mining, machinery, and printing and publishing, food processing and electrical equipment.

    Some of Nevada’s symbols are:

    Flower is sagebrush
    Tree is the single-leaf pinon and bristlecone pine
    Bird is the mountain bluebird
    Animal is the desert bighorn sheep
    Gem is the virgin valley black fire opal
    Semiprecious gem is Nevada turquoise
    Metal is silver
    Fish is the cutthroat trout
    Reptile is the desert tortoise


    Las Vegas has more hotel rooms than any other place on earth. And the majority of the largest hotels as well
    To drive from Los Angeles to Reno, you would be traveling west!!
    Camels were used as pack animals in Nevada as late as 1870.
    Nevada is second only to South Africa in gold production.

    Nevada has more mountain ranges than any other state (not highest but most).

    What to see:           

    Other than the casinos:
    Berlin-Ichtyosaur Satate Park is constructed around the fossilized remains of ancient mysterious reptiles within a well-preserved turn-of-the-century Nevada mining camp.
    The ghost town of Rhyolite still pays homage to early pioneers and their dreams. Remains of the depot, glass house, bank and other buildings are on display.
    Hoover Dam is the largest single public works project in our country’s history. It contains enough yards of cement to pave a two-lane highway from San Francisco to New York. The dam face was used in an amazing stunt for Roland Emerich's "Universal Soldier" and has been seen in such films as "Viva Las Vegas" and "Fools Rush In." Guided tours and a museum of artifacts of the construction and its workers can be seen.  Construction worker Hard Hat's were first invented specifically for workers on the Hoover Dam in 1933.    

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