Which Midwestern state became the 19th state of the United States?
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Answer . Midwest - Iowa - Nebraska- Most winters are very cold They start mostly after Thanksgiving, but a bad year can start in October. January can have 2 weeks below zer…o. Snow and ice can be excessive at times Sometimes it will start warming in March Spring and Fall are usually wonderful Summer can be very hot at times, even worse than Alabama All in all it is something you get used to and dress for
Rutherford Birchard Hayes was the 19th President of theUnited States. Hayes (October 4, 1822 - January 17, 1893) was anAmerican politician, lawyer, and military leader. He wa…s electedPresident by only one electoral vote after the highly disputedelection of 1876. Losing the popular vote to his opponent, SamuelTilden, Hayes was the only president whose election was decided bya congressional commission. During his otherwise uneventful presidency, he ordered federaltroops to suppress The Great Railroad Strike of 1877, and he endedReconstruction.
The Midwestern states are Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas,Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Ohio, NorthDakota, and South Dakota.
Wisconsin, Illinois, and Michigan are a few main mid-west states that have a lot of dairy farms.
Some is Grassy
Illinois ranks fifth in the nation.
There are lots of insects that live in the Midwestern UnitedStates. Insects such as the bumble bee, cockroaches, and dog tickscan be found in the Midwest.
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parthenon, graceland, and opry mills
All of them.
19 was Rutherford B. Hayes, and 23 was Benjamin Harrison.
The midwestern states in the US are North Dakota, South Dakota,Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan,Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois.
In US Presidents
From Ohio: William Henry Harrison, Rutherford B. Hayes, JamesGarfield, William McKinley, William Howard Taft and Warren Harding. From Indiana: Benjamin Harrison. From Iowa: He…rbert Hoover. (born and buried in Iowa.) lived manyyears in OR CA and NY. From Ilinois: Abraham Lincoln and Barack Obama. From Kansas: Dwight Eisenhower grew up and is buried in Kansas.(born in TX, retired to PA ) US Grant was born in Ohio and lived as an adult in Missouri andIllinois (as well as New York) Ronald Reagan was born in Ilinois and lived there until hegraduated from college. He then lived in Iowa for a few yearsbefore finding his carreer in California>
In US Presidents
Washington is the only state named for a president . It is not amidwestern state and President Washington was not from the state ogWashington.
In Slogans and Mottos
The motto of Midwestern State University is 'Per Scientam ad Excellentiam'.
In Colleges and Universities
Midwestern State University was created in 1922.