Alki (By and By)
The Evergreen State
Washington, My Home
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Washington was the 42<sup>nd</sup> state in the USA; it became a state on November 11,
1889. State Abbreviation - WA State Capital - Olympia Largest City - Seattle
11, 1889 (42). Origin of Name: In honor of President George Washington. State
Motto: Al-Ki (Indian word meaning “by and by”). State Nickname: Evergreen State