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13 facts:

A Badger
   lives in   
Wisconsin
In the 1820s prospectors came to the state looking for minerals and the miners lived like badgers in tunnels in the hillsides- the state animal is also the badger.
A Bay Stater
   lives in   
Massachusetts
A Buckeye
   lives in   
Ohio
A Cornhusker
   lives in   
Nebraska
A Downeaster
   lives in   
Maine
A Hoosier
   lives in   
Indiana
The term 'hoosier' has been in use since at least 1826 but the etemology of the word is unknown.
A Jay-Hawker
   lives in   
Kansas
A Longhorn
   lives in   
Texas
A Nutmegger
   lives in   
Connecticut
A Sooner
   lives in   
Oklahoma
The name was derived from the "sooner clause" of the Indian Appropriation Act, which disallowed the occupation of the Unassigned Lands prior to their being open for settlement.
A Tarheel
   lives in   
North Carolina
A Volunteer
   lives in   
Tennessee
A Wolverine
   lives in   
Michigan


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