The California state motto is "Eureka," which means "I found it." California's chosen motto refers to the discovery of gold in the state's early history. The motto also appears on the California State Seal. More »

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The state motto of California is "Eureka." "Eureka" is Greek in its language of origin, and it translates to "I have found it." California is the only state in the United States that has a motto rendered in Greek. More »

A school motto is a phrase, often Latin, that summarizes an educational institute's values and priorities. It is traditionally accompanied by a coat of arms. More »

As of October 2015, the California drought encompassed more than 98 percent of the California state, notes SeaMetrics.com. The drought began in 2012, with Governor Jerry Brown declaring a drought state of emergency in Ja... More »

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The New Mexico state motto is "Crescit eundo," a Latin phrase which translates as "It grows as it goes." New Mexico's statehood was granted in 1912, making it the 47th state. New Mexico is referred to as the Land of Ench... More »

California is located on the West Coast of the United States. California is bordered by Oregon in the north, Nevada to the east, Arizona to the southeast, Mexico's Baja California to the southeast and the Pacific Ocean t... More »

California is famous for the Golden Gate Bridge, Hollywood, its beaches and its mountains. The state is also known for being home to some famous and influential people such as Julia Child, Joe DiMaggio and Richard Nixon. More »