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Capital City:

Salt Lake City

Statehood:

January 4, 1896 (45th)

Population:

2,131,000

Nickname:

Beehive State

Motto:

Industry

Origin of State Name:

Taken from the name of the Ute Indians, whose name means "people of the mountains"

Counties:

29

Largest Cities:

Salt Lake City, Provo, West Valley City, Sandy, Orem

Border States:

Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Wyoming

Land Area:

82,076 sq. mi., 11th largest

Highest Point:

Kings Peak, 13,528 ft.

Lowest Point:

Beaverdam Creek, 2,000 ft.

State Bird:

American Seagull

State Flower:

Sego Lily (calochortus gunnisonii)

State Tree:

Blue Spruce (picea pungens)

State Song:

Utah, We Love Thee

State Web Site:

www.state.ut.us


For more websites on Utah check out Utah Links.

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