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Jean Wolff
Instructional Fair (1992)
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English G21 D4 Unit 2 1. 62 terms. Unit 2: California, the ´Golden State´?

English G21 D4 Unit 2 1. Unit 2: California, the ´Golden State´? 30 terms. Other sets by this creator.

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The Golden State" became California's official state nickname in 1968. California became the 31st state of the United States on September 9, 1850. The yellow poppy is the official state flower of California. The area had seen a large growth in population and economy during the Gold Rush of 1848, from which it takes its nickname. The state's first nickname was "The Eldorado State," which was used after gold was discovered. Other nicknames for the state are "The Grape State" and "The Land of Milk and Honey.

The Golden State is a nickname for the . Golden State or The Golden State may also refer to: Golden State (band), indie rock band from Los Angeles. Golden State (album), by Bush. Golden State" by American Hi-Fi, from the 2014 album Blood & Lemonade. The Golden State (Mia Doi Todd album), 2002. The Golden State (N2Deep album), 1997. The Golden State" by City and Colour, from the 2013 album The Hurry and the Harm. Golden State Warriors, a National Basketball Association team.

The state of California's legislative body made "The Golden State" an official nickname in 1968, based on the state's long association with gold. These associations can be found throughout the state's cultural history, and in its natural scenery. The name of the Golden Gate Bridge is said to be derived from the state's history as a source of the precious metal. Sunsets over the Pacific Coast of the Golden State are often beautifully yellow in color. The state's official flower symbol, the golden poppy, can be found growing in abundance throughout the region,.

State of California Theme Time Line California Time Line (24 events in time line). California: Reading Comprehensions with References to California This section lists reading comprehensions on edHelper. com with references to the state of California. These reading comprehensions were not written specifically for the state theme unit.

California Nicknames. The Golden State (official nickname in 1968). California's long association with gold make this a natural nickname for the state. From the naming of the state in the 16th century to the California Gold Rush of 1848 and the fields of yellow poppies (official state flower) that bloom in the springtime, gold, in one form or another, has been intertwined with the history and development of California. By 1867 the state has been known as The Golden State, which became the state's official nickname in 1968 (appearing also on license plates).

California – Golden state. Golden Gate Bridge The Golden Gate Bridge became the symbol of San Francisco. California is frequently described as being "like America, only more s. In California, America’s good points often seem even. It was opened in 1937. The Bridge was first proposed in 1869 by Emperor Norton, a forty- niner who, having lost his money and his mind, had declared himself emperor of the United States. Norton’s ideas about an empire may have been crazy, but his idea about a suspension bridge for San Francisco was just ahead of its time.

He is believed to be responsible for at least three crime sprees throughout California, each of which spawned a different nickname in the press, before it became evident that they were committed by the same person.

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