North Carolina
At the State Capitol in Raleigh. In 1963 the State Legislature moved out of the Capitol to a nearby Legislative Hall. The Governor's offices are still located here.
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State Capitol, Raleigh North Carolina Presidents Statue, State Capitol, Raleigh
State Capitol, Raleigh
State House, Raleigh
Governors Mansion
North Carolina Museum of History, Raleigh Mount Mitchell, North Carolina's highest point
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Great Smoky Mountains National Park Great Smoky Mountains National Park Blue Ridge Parkway
Andrew Johnson's birthplace
Andrew Johnson's birthplace
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Capital : Raleigh
Highest point : Mount Mitchell, 6,684 feet
Area : 53,821 square miles, 28th largest state
Population : 8,049,313 (2000 US Census)
Motto : Esse quam videri (To be rather than to seem)
Admitted to Union : November 21, 1789
State Song : "The Old North State"
State Bird : Cardinal
State Flower : Dogwood
State Tree : Pine Roger Johnson's  Welcome to America Facebook Fan Page

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