アメリカ最初の13州

アメリカ国旗のしましまストライプの数は13本。

これは、アメリカという国ができた時に、最初に独立した13州の数をあらわしています。その13州をおぼえましょう。

  • Delaware デラウェア州
  • Pennsylvania ペンシルバニア州
  • New Jersey ニュージャージー州
  • Georgia ジョージア州
  • Connecticut コネチカット州
  • Massachusetts マサチューセッツ州
  • Maryland メリーランド州
  • South Carolina サウスキャロライナ州
  • New Hampshire ニューハンプシャー州
  • Virginia バージニア州
  • New York ニューヨーク州
  • North Carolina ノースキャロライナ州
  • Rhode Island ロードアイランド州

それぞれの州について

Capital州都
Abbreviation略語
Nickname州のニックネーム
Agriculture農業
Fun Factこの州のココがすごい

1st Delaware

CapitalDover
AbbreviationDE
NicknameFirst State
AgriculturePoultry, dairy products, soybeans, corns, nursery products
Fun FactFirst successful U.S. steam railroad began in New Castle in 1831

2nd Pennsylvania

CapitalHarrisburg
AbbreviationPA
NicknameKeystone State
AgriculturePoultry and egg, dairy products, cattle, hogs, oats, wheat, corn, soybeans, potatoes, mushrooms, fruits
Fun FactFirst piano, computer, Merican flag, dairy newspaper, public zoo

3rd New Jersey

CapitalTrenton
AbbreviationNJ
NicknameGarden State
AgricultureMilk and dairy products, soybeans, corn, bell peppers, potatoes, tomatoes, cranberries, peaches
Fun FactThomas Edison, in his Menlo Park Lab, invented the light bulb, recorded player, and motion picture projector

4th Georgia

CapitalAtlanta
AbbreviationCT
NicknameConstitution State
AgricultureDairy products, eggs, nursery products, cattle, tobacco
Fun FactCoca-Cola was developed in Atlanta in 1886

5th Connecticut

CapitalHartford
AbbreviationGA
NicknamePeach State
AgriculturePoultry and eggs, cattle, hogs, peaches, corn, soybeans, bell peppers, onions, tomatoes, peanuts, cotton
Fun FactFirst Nuclear-powered submarine, helicopter, colour TV, hamburger, polaroid camera, lollipop-making machine

6th Massachusetts

CapitalBoston
AbbreviationMA
NicknameBay State
AgricultureDairy products, vegetables, cranberries, nursery products
Fun FactHarvard in Cambridge is the nation's oldest university(1636)

7th Maryland

CapitalAnnapolis
AbbreviationMD
NicknameFree State
AgricultureDairy products, poultry and eggs, cattle, corn, soybeans, nursery products
Fun FactCrisfield was built almost entirely on crushed oyster shells to fill swampland

8th South Carolina

CapitalColumbia
AbbreviationSC
NicknamePalmetto State
AgricultureTobacco, cotton, soybeans, peaches, greenhouse and nursery products, hogs, cattle, poultry, dairy products
Fun FactFirst battle of the civil war was took place at Fort Sumter

9th New Hampshire

CapitalConcord
AbbreviationNH
NicknameGranite State
AgricultureDairy products, eggs, fruits, maple syrup products, nursery products, cattle
Fun FactAstronauts Alan Shepherd(first American in space)and Christa McAuliffe(teacher who died in shuttle explosion) are from New Hampshire

10th Virginia

CapitalRichmond
AbbreviationVA
NicknameMother of States
AgricultureDairy products, poultry, hogs, cattle, corn, soybeans, peanuts, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, tobacco
Fun FactThe first Thanksgiving in America held in Plymouth

11th New York

CapitalAlbany
AbbreviationNY
NicknameEmpire State
AgricultureDairy products, cattle, livestock, vegetables, hay, corn, apples, grapes, maple syrup
Fun FactIntroduced apples to the U.S.

12th North Carolina

CapitalRaleigh
AbbreviationNC
NicknameTar Heel State
AgricultureTobacco, poultry, cattle, hogs, corn, soybeans, wheat, peanuts, sweet potatoes, cucumbers,berries
Fun FactThe first successful flight was by the Wright Brothers (Kitty Hawk in 1903)

13th Rhode Island

CapitalProvidence
AbbreviationRI
NicknameOcean State
AgriculturePotatoes, apples, dairy products, nursery products
Fun FactRhode Island is the smallest state, only 37 miles wide and 48 miles long