50 States Design Project

When it comes to history, Massachusetts is very wealthy. It’s the birthplace of great leaders like the Kennedys and the Adams, cultural awakenings like the Boston Tea Party and the abolition of slavery, and important institutions like Harvard and the Boston Red Sox. It may have some quirks, but I think the Mayflower picked a stellar place to land. Buy Prints Here.

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50 States Design Project

There’s no place like New Mexico. Seriously, it has a mix of Spanish and Native American roots that can’t be found anywhere else. As the fourth largest state, New Mexico is commonly known as The Land of Enchantment. This is not just a state to be in – it’s a state of being. Buy Prints Here.

 

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North Carolina’s Folk Heart.

50 States Design Project

Not all mottos reflect the true nature of a state, but North Carolina’s comes pretty close. Esse quam videri means “to be, rather than to seem.” This state is the 10th most populous, yet it flies under the radar of public life. Its beautiful and varied landscapes, and its good-natured people stand unaffected by outside influence. They are who they are, through and through. Buy Prints Here.

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Go Montana!

50 States Design Project

It would be a mistake to underestimate the state of Montana in any way. Known as The Treasure State (for Gold & Silver mining) or Big Sky Country (it’s also the 4th largest state), this great place has one theme: abundance. Does it mean everyone there is rich? Not necessarily, but that depends on how you define rich. Buy Prints Here.

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