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 California state   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The state is roughly rectangular in shape, although the southern two-thirds bends in a dogleg toward the east.
The wren-tit and the California quail, which is the state bird, are characteristic of the chaparral country, as are the cactus wren and the canyon wren of the desert.
Extensive collections of materials on state and Western history are housed in the Bancroft Library of the University of California, Berkeley; in the California State Library in Sacramento; and in the library of the California Historical Society in San Francisco.
www.theusaonline.com /states/california.htm   (13903 words)

 California State Archives-1849 State Constitution (text)
The Governor shall be commander-in-chief of the militia, the army and navy of this State.
The Secretary of State shall be appointed by the Governor, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate.
Every citizen of California, declared a legal voter by this Constitution, and every citizen of the United States, a resident of this State on the day of election, shall be entitled to vote at the first general election under this Constitution, and on the question of the adoption thereof.
www.ss.ca.gov /archives/level3_const1849txt.html   (5232 words)

 California Highways (www.cahighways.org): Routes 33 through 40
The route between Route 36 near Deer Creek Pass and Route 36 near Morgan Summit is cosigned as Route 36/Route 89, although it is legislatively Route 36.
From the Route 36/Route 89 junction to Morgan Springs, it was LRN 83, defined in 1933.
Route 37 previously continued along the current Route 121 routing to Route 128 (originally Route 28) as LRN 8 (to Route 29 in Napa) and LRN 6 (Napa to Route 128).
www.cahighways.org /033-040.html   (9220 words)

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Noting that states are filling the regulatory void left by federal inaction, the Attorneys General submitted a five-page letter to the Administration outlining why a national approach to the climate change problem will actually lead to more cost-effective solutions.
In response to the lack of initiative at the federal level, several states are taking steps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions at the local level.
In Massachusetts, state regulations were adopted last year requiring carbon dioxide reductions by power plants and in New Hampshire "cap and trade" legislation was recently enacted.
www.state.me.us /ag/pr/current/71702.html   (697 words)

 Scout.com: Kansas State v Oklahoma Notes
And there appears to be no end in sight as Kansas State is scheduled to open its Big 12 season on the road in 2006 (at Baylor) and 2007 (at Texas) as well, according to the league’s master schedule.
Saturday’s game between Kansas State and Oklahoma will be the 89th in a series that dates to 1908, the sixth since the start of the 2000 season, but just the second in Norman in the last eight years...
It seems unthinkable, but Kansas State’s three-game winning streak to open the 2005 season is the Wildcats’ longest since K-State won seven in a row down the stretch of the 2003 season en route to the school’s first Big 12 championship.
kansasstate.scout.com /2/444488.html   (4776 words)

 California @ WestCoastRoads - California 905
California 905 is completely signed for its entire constructed length, including the temporary expressway section between Interstate 805 and site of the future California 125/905 interchange.
California 905 included in High Priority Corridor 30 in the hopes the designation would bring additional funding for the upgraded border crossing and freeway.
Upon completion, California 905 will be designated as Interstate 905, as part of an obligation that is included in an agreement between the FHWA and the State of California.
www.westcoastroads.com /california/ca-905.html   (1994 words)

 Original California Routes: 1934
To this end, routes have been decided upon, numbers have been assigned, the design of the State route sign adopted, and sign surveys are under way to determine the number and location of the signs required.
Under the system adopted, the routes classed as east and west are given even numbers and the north and south routes the odd numbers.
State numbers are not given the U.S. numbered routes as there could be no object in such duplication.
gbcnet.com /roads/ca_routes_1934.html   (820 words)

 Boating America California   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
One near the Oregon State Line and one off California State Route 20 West of Interstate 5 (The Oregon State Line "Clear Lake" is mostly primitive).
The lake is currently 35 by 15 miles with an average depth of 29 feet.
Owned and operated by California Edison this lake is located in the midst of towering pines 5370 feet above sea level in the Sierra National Forest.
www.boatingamerica.com /states/california/californ.htm   (1683 words)

The Byway, on Route 4 and 89 between Arnold and Markleeville, winds through the High Sierra past alpine meadows, lakes, pine forests and scenic vistas.
Travel the route that provides access to the austere, windswept cypress trees, fog-shrouded cliffs, and crashing surf of the Pacific Ocean as it traverses the California coast.
Observe a great diversity of flora and fauna, as well as craggy mountains and ruffling meadows, while journeying along this Byway as it crosses the valleys and ridges of Yosemite National Park for 64 miles from east to west.
www.byways.org /browse/states/CA   (332 words)

 Calaveras Big Trees State Park
Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory is ripe with activities to be explored.
An alternate route is to take State Hwy 16 southeast to State Hwy 49 South through the goldrush towns to Angel's Camp, making a left turn on the far side of town on State Hwy 4 to the Park.
From Nevada: Take US 395 to State Hwy 89 West to the terminus of State Hwy 4, up over Ebbett's Pass to the Park.
www.go-california.com /Calaveras-Big-Trees-State-Park   (540 words)

 Dogtown Territorial Quarterly Authors & Historians (J-R)
Jeff is a California State Park Ranger who was assigned to Sutter's Fort State Historic Park in Sacramento.
From 1994 to 1997 she was editor of the California Historian, quarterly journal of the Conference of California Historical Societies.
Jim is Chairman of the Nevada County Historical Landmarks Commission, Vice-President of the Nevada County Historical Society; Vice-President of the California chapter of the Oregon-California Trails Association; and a member of the Chief Truckee Chapter of E Clampus Vitus.
www.californiahistory.com /authors2.html   (4378 words)

 Dogtown Territorial Quarterly Authors & Historians (S-W)
Jim was born in Santa Rosa, California, and adended Shasta College at Redding, where he received the certificate of Associate of Arts; and Chico State College at Chico, where he was awarded his Bachelor and Master degrees.
George is retired from the California Department of Parks and Recreation as an Associate Historian.
Stammerjohan, a native of California's Central Valley, holds a B.A. and M.A. from California State University at Sacramento.
www.californiahistory.com /authors3.html   (2748 words)

 RS 2477 Case Summary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Others, States: "The Gold Production of Kobuk River for 1918 Is Estimated at $15,000.
Deposit Was Discovered On California Creek in 1918 in A Position
Construction Or Use of the Route Occurred By 1955.
www.dnr.state.ak.us /mlw/trails/rs2477/rst_legal.cfm?FILE_NUMBER=1742   (581 words)

 California Here We Come!
Be the team to reach Sacramento, California with the fewest number of miles traveled to win the prize.
This activity would begin with the teams planning their route, continuing with teams rotating on and off of classroom computers.
Students could find three points of interest or famous US landmarks near their car route that, having unlimited time, they could visit and give a brief description of each.
score.kings.k12.ca.us /lessons/jhcalifornia.html   (996 words)

 Motorcycle Events in California
California bike shows, swap meets, poker runs and other motorcycle events.
The route will go through Phoenix, Albuquerque, Dallas, Little Rock, Memphis, Nashville, Knoxville, and Richmond.
The operator of this website will not give, sell, or otherwise transfer addresses maintained by this website to any other party for the purposes of initiating, or enabling others to initiate, electronic mail messages!
www.lets-ride.com /event/california.htm   (1022 words)

 Route 243 - Scenic Highway
Part of the Palms to Pines Scenic Byway (with Route 74)
This U.S. Forest Service Scenic Byway ans State Scenic Highway traverses forested mountain scenery along a ridge of the San Bernardino Mountains.
From State Route 74 to the Banning city limit.
www.dot.ca.gov /hq/LandArch/scenic_highways/route243.htm   (84 words)

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