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Oregon

State

Home to various indigenous native American tribes prior to its founding by fur traders in the early 1800s, Oregon officially became a state on Feb. 14, 1859. Hence its nickname the "Beaver State."

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Home to various indigenous native American tribes prior to its founding by fur traders in the early 1800s, Oregon officially became a state on Feb. 14, 1859. Hence its nickname the "Beaver State."

The nation's 33rd state is now home to more than 4 million people (27th-largest) spread across one of just three states to border the Pacific Ocean.

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