Facts About Ohio
Facts About Ohio
Ohio is one of the 50 states of the United States of America. Ohio entered the union on March 1st of 1803 and became the 17th state of the nation.
Counties of Ohio: 88* Adams * Allen * Ashland * Ashtabula * Athens * Auglaize * Belmont * Brown * Butler * Carroll * Champaign * Clark * Clermont * Clinton * Columbiana * Coshocton * Crawford * Cuyahoga * Darke * Defiance * Delaware * Erie * Fairfield * Fayette * Franklin * Fulton * Gallia * Geauga * Greene * Guernsey * Hamilton * Hancock * Hardin * Harrison * Henry * Highland * Hocking * Holmes * Huron * Jackson * Jefferson * Knox * Lake * Lawrence * Licking * Logan * Lorain * Lucas * Madison * Mahoning * Marion * Medina * Meigs * Mercer * Miami * Monroe * Montgomery * Morgan * Morrow * Muskingum * Noble * Ottawa * Paulding * Perry * Pickaway * Pike * Portage * Preble * Putnam * Richland * Ross * Sandusky * Scioto * Seneca * Shelby * Stark * Summit * Trumbull * Tuscarawas * Union * Van Wert * Vinton * Warren * Washington * Wayne * Williams * Wood * Wyandot *
More Ohio Facts:
State Flag: Adopted in 1902. This flag is called Ohio burgee.
State Motto: "With God, All Things Are Possible"
State Capital: Columbus
State Abbreviation: OH
State Name of Residents: Ohioans
Date State Entered the Union: March 1, 1803
State Size: 44,828 square miles
State Song: Beautiful Ohio
State Nick Name: Buckeye State
State Tree: Buckeye
State Flower: Scarlet carnation
State Mammal: White-tailed deer
State Bird: Cardinal
State Reptile: Black racer snake (Coluber constrictor) A black constrictor that moves very quickly.
State Insect: Ladybug
State Gemstone: Flint
State Official Fossil: Trilobite isotelus
State Beverage: Tomato juice
State Major Rivers: Ohio River, Cuyahoga River, Miami River, Maumee River, Muskingham River, Scioto River, Sandusky River
State Major Lakes: Lake Erie, Grand Lake
State Highest Point: Campbell Hill - 1,549 feet (472 m) above sea level
Bordering States: Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan
State Name Origin: Ohio derives from the Iroquois Indian word meaning "good river" or "large river."
State Largest City: Columbus
State Other Largest Cities: Columbus, Cleveland, Toledo, Cincinnati, Akron, Dayton, Parma, Canton, Youngstown, Lorain
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