50 States of Incorporation: Maine

Nicknamed the ‘Pine Tree State,’ Maine is home to some of the most beautiful, picturesque natural scenery in the United States. It is also one of the least populated states – with around 1.3 million people calling Maine home, it is the 41st most populous state. It is also America’s easternmost state, and is the northernmost part of New England.

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The State Seal of Maine

Once regarded as the shipbuilding capital of America, Maine is still the home-state for a handful of major shipbuilders, including Bath Iron Works and the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, and is New England’s busiest port; a title it claimed from Boston in 2001. Maine is also a major producer of paper products, and is one of America’s largest suppliers of blueberries. Recently Maine has also become one of the most popular destinations in the USA for tourists, leading some to dub the state ‘Vacationland.’

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50 States of Incorporation: Kansas

This week’s state is one of America’s most fruitful agricultural regions – Kansas. Though it is more well known for its production of wheat, Kansas is officially known as the ‘Sunflower State,’ though it produces a lot more than that.

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Kansas Seal

The natural gas, petroleum, aerospace, and telecommunications industries have all found a welcoming home in Kansas, and for good reason. Though Kansas’s hospitality towards visitors is legendary, fewer know just how friendly the state is towards small-businesses.

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