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Wear can you find and keep a real diamond from the worlds only public diamond mine. In the state of arkansas, visitors can do that and much more! Arkansas is rich in natural resources. Rice, cotton and soybeans our some of it's crops, and bauxite and quartz crystal are mind there. Arkansas, which became part of the United States on June 15, 1836, is nickname "The Natural State because it has so many forests rivers and lakes.

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Where can you find and keep a real diamond from the world's only public diamond mine? In the state of Arkansas, visitors can do that and much more! Arkansas is rich in natural resources. Rice, cotton and soybeans are some of its crops, and bauxite and quartz crystal are mined there. Arkansas, which became part of the United States on June 15, 1836, is nicknamed "The Natural State" because it has so many forests, rivers and lakes.


Article by Gary Hopkins
Education World® Editor in Chief
Copyright © 2005 Education World

06/2005