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STATE MOTTOES

Alabama..."Here We Rest"
Arizona..."Ditat Deus"
Arkansas..."Regnant Populi"
California..."Eureka"
Colorado..."Nil Sine Numine"
Connecticut..."Qui Transtulit Sustinet"
Delaware..."Liberty and Independence"
District of Columbia..."Justilia Omnibus"
Florida..."In God We Trust"
Georgia..."Wisdom, Justice, Moderation"
Idaho..."Esto Perpetua"
Illinois..."State Sovereignty—National Union"
Indiana...
Iowa..."Our Liberties We Prize and Our Rights We Will Maintain"
Kansas..."Ad Astra per Aspera"
Kentucky..."United We Stand, Divided We Fall"
Louisiana..."Union, Justice, and Confidence"
Maine..."Dirigo"
*Maryland..."Fatti Maschii, Parole Femine"
Massachusetts..."Ense Petit Placidam sub Libertate Quietem"
Michigan..."Si Quaeris Peninsulam Amoenam, Circumspice"
Minnesota..."Etoile du Nord"
Mississippi.."Virtute et Armis"
Missouri..."Salus Populi Suprema Lex Esto"
Montana..."Oro y Plata"
Nebraska..."Equality Before Law"
Nevada..."All for Our Country"
New Hampshire...
New Jersey..."Liberty and Prosperity"
New Mexico..."Crescit Eundo"
New York..."Excelsior"
North Carolina..."Esse Quam Videri"
North Dakota..."Liberty and Union, Now and Forever, One and Inseparable"
Ohio..."Imperium in Imperio"
Oklahoma..."Labor Omnia Vincit"
Oregon..."Alis Volat Propriis"
Pennsylvania..."Virtue, Liberty, Independence"
Rhode Island..."Hope"
South Carolina..."Dum Spiro, Spero"
South Dakota..."Under God the People Rule"
Tennessee..."Agriculture-Commerce"
Texas...
Utah..."Industry"
Vermont..."Freedom and Unity"
Virginia..."Sic Semper Tyrannis"
Washington..."Al-Ki"
West Virginia..."Montani Semper Liberi"
Wisconsin..."Forward"
Wyoming..."Cedant Arma Togae"

EASTER DATES FOR FOUR DECADES

1922..April 16|1935..April 21|1948..March 28
1923..April 1|1936..April 12|1949..April 17
1924..April 20|1937..March 28|1950..April 9
1925..April 12|1938..April 17|1951..March 25
1926..April 4|1939..April 9|1952..April 13
1927..April 17|1940 March 24|1953..April 5
1928..April 8|1941..April 13|1954..April 18
1929..March 31|1942..April 5|1955..April 10
1930..April 20|1943..April 25|1956..April 1
1931..April 5|1944..April 9|1957..April 21
1932..March 27|1945..April 1|1958..April 6
1933..April 16|1946..April 21|1959..March 29
1934..April 1|1947..April 6|1960..April 17

FAMOUS WATERFALLS OF THE WORLD

Name and Location   Height in Feet
Gavernie, France ... 1,385
Grand, Labrador ... 2,000
Iguassu, Brazil ... 210
Kukenaam, British Guiana ... 2,000
Missouri, Montana, U.S.A. ... 90
Montmorenci, Quebec...265
Multnomah, Oregon, U.S.A. ... 850
Murchison, Africa ... 120
Niagara, New York-Ontario (U.S.A.-Canada) ... 164
Ribbon, Yosemite, Calif., U.S.A ... 1,612
Rjukan, Norway, ... 780
Schaffhausen, Switzerland ... 100
Seven Falls, Colorado, U.S.A ... 266
Skjaeggedalsfos, Norway ... 530
Shoshone, Idaho, U.S.A. ... 210
Snoqualmie, Washington, U.S.A. ... 268
Staubbach, Switzerland ... 1,000
Stirling, New Zealand ... 500
Sutherland, New Zealand ... 1,904
Takkakaw, British Columbia ... 1,200
Tugela, Natal ... 1,800
Twin, Idaho, U.S.A. ... 180
Vettis, Norway ... 950
Victoria, Africa ... 400
Voringfos, Norway ... 600
Widow's Tears, Yosemite, Calif., U.S.A. ... 1,170
Yellowstone (upper), Montana, U.S.A. ... 110
Yellowstone (lower), Montana, U.S.A. ... 310
Yosemite (upper), Calif., U.S.A. ... 1,436
Yosemite (middle), Calif., U.S.A. ... 626
Yosemite (lower), Calif., U.S.A. ... 400
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