How Old Is California?

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California joined the United States of America on September 9, 1850. In 2010, California will celebrate it's 160th birthday. California is the 31st state of the USA.
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California became the 31st state on September 9, 1850.
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California was discovered in 1542 by a Spanish navigator named Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo. The three largest States in California are Los Angeles, Sacramento and San Jose.
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