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Extractions: So you want to know about Nebraska? Here are some highlights! Also check out the links to other sites about Nebraska. Top of Page Population (1994): 1,623,000 (37th in size) State size: 77,355 square miles (15th in size) State Capital: Lincoln (named after Abraham Lincoln) Major cities: Lincoln and Omaha Admission to union: The 37th State Date entered the union: March 1, 1867 Origin of state name: Named after the indian word for the Platte River Nicknames: The Cornhusker State Bordering states: South Dakota, Iowa, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming State bird: Western Meadowlark State flower: Goldenrod State tree: Cottonwood Motto: Equality Before the Law Top of Page Top of Page Top of Page Primarily an agricultural state producing corn, wheat and livestock. Manufacturing includes food processing. Natural resources include oil and natural gas.
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