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From the Gateway Arch to Mark Twain’s childhood home, there is plenty to do and see in the Show Me State, and you’re in luck because we’re going to explore it all this week since Missouri is the next stop on our journey across the U.S.
Missouri has packed a whole lot of innovation into its time as a state.
Since joining the union on August 10, 1821, the Show Me State has produced artists, activists, and yes, even the ice cream cone.
Missouri State Study
If you’ve ever wanted to explore the route they took on the Pony Express or learn a little more about the innovations made by George Washington Carver when it comes to peanuts, this is the state study for you.
So pack your bags road trippers! Let’s see what the Show Me State has to offer!