It's a nickname for Nevada. Colorado also used to have the nickname
The Centennial State
The city's elevation is the source of the Mile High Nickname.
The Centennnial State.
The Centennial State.
Colorado is a Spanish word for the color red. There's a lot of red dirt (sandstone) in Colorado.
Official: Centennial State. Common: Colorful Colorado. mine; colordio
Colorado got the nick name colorful Colorado because when explorers were exploring Colorado they saw how colorful it is so they called it colorful Colorado.
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It is the Cetenennial State or Colorful Colorado.
Colorado is nicknamed "The Centennial State"because Colorado became a state in 1876, when America was celebrating the centennial, or its 100th birthday
It was known as Little London.
* *It is called the Centennial State. Many refer to it as Colorful Colorado and some like the Rocky Mountain State.
As of 2012, the president of Colorado State University is Dr. Anthony A. Frank. His nickname is Tony.
The Mile High City - Denver, Colorado.
On August 2, 1876, 28 days after the Centennial of the United States, US President Ulysses S Grant signed a proclamation admitting the State of Colorado to the Union as the 38th State and earning it the nickname - Centennial State.
Colorado became a state in 1876. In that year, America was celebrating its centennial (or its 100th birthday) and Colorado was the only state to officially become a state in that year
Because Colorado officially became a state in 1876, the year of America's 100th birthday, more known as "centennial."
Colorado is named after the Colorado River. The Spaniards named the river the Río Colorado for the red silt the river carried from the mountains. Colorado is nicknamed the Centennial State because it was admitted in the year 1876, 100 years after the US became a nation.
Colorado became a US state in 1876, when the US was celebrating its Centennial as a nation. The Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4, 1776.