Kentucky's State Flag
Kentucky's state flower is the Goldenrod. Kentucky's major crops are tobacco, soybeans, corn, and wheat. The major industries of the state is Manufacturing, coal mining construction, articulator, and livestock. The state bird of Kentucky is the Kentucky Cardinal. The state motto is "United we stand, Divided fall". The state tree is the Kentucky Coffee Tree . The name of the state song is "My Old Kentucky Home". The population is about 4,041,769. Kentucky is the home of the Kentucky Derby. The governor of Kentucky is Paul E. Patton. Kentucky became a state on June 1, 1792. The capital of Kentucky is Frankfort. The state nickname is the Bluegrass State.
The important products of Kentucky are:
Tobacco Products $164,000,000
Metal Products $93,000,000
Dairy Products $72,000,000
The Kentucky Cardinal
Mammoth Cave National Park is about 100 miles south of Louisville, Kentucky and covers about 51,000 acres. Echo River flows through it. The lowest level is about 360 feet underground.
The Abraham Lincoln Birthplace
National Historic Site is near Hodgenville in central Kentucky. The
site covers 116 acres, most of which was part of the farm of Lincoln's
father. It includes the log cabin where Lincoln was born. It was founded
as Abraham Lincoln National Historical Park in 1916 and renamed in 1959.