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Called the "Land of Lincoln" because it was president Abraham Lincolns home for many years, Illinois becomes a state on December 3, 1818. Also a place of prairies, Ilinois is a maine producer of soybeans and corn. With more then 12 million people, Illinois is the five most populous state. Have you visited Chicago. It's the third largest city in the United State and home to the tallest building in north America.

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Called the "Land of Lincoln" because it was President Abraham Lincoln's home for many years, Illinois became a state on December 3, 1818. Also a place of prairies, Illinois is a main producer of soybeans and corn. With more than 12 million people, Illinois is the fifth most populous state. Have you visited Chicago? It's the third largest city in the United States and home to the tallest building in North America.

 

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