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 Why is New Jersey known as the Garden State?

Answer New Jersey has been known as "the Garden State" since 1876. The term was popularized by Abraham Browning, who compared New Jersey to "an immense barrel, filled with good things to eat," according t... Read More »
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Hotels on the New Jersey Garden State Parkway?

The Garden State Parkway is a busy toll road spanning almost the entire length of New Jersey from north to south along the eastern side of the state, providing access to many tourist areas along th... Read More »
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When did state annual message become known as the state of the union address the?

The U. S. Constitution (established in 1789) expressly states that the President is anually required to deliver to Congress news "...of the State of the Union..."
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When did this annual message become known as the state of the state of the union address?

Until 1934 this annual presidential address was given in December to sum up the year's events and set the state for next year's program. Since then it has been given in January in most of the years... Read More »
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Which state is known as America's Dairyland?

Wisconsin is the state known as America's Dairyland. It has almost 14,000 dairy farms, more than any other state. It also has 136 cheese plants, the most in the country. Wisconsin produces more tha... Read More »
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