The 50 States by License Plate

Name the state that corresponds to the license plate feature described. Some features are more prominent than others.
Current standard-issue plates only.
Slogans only used when there is no illustration, or the only illustration is one of the outline of the state.
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Mt. Rainier
Washington
A pelican
Louisiana
A single star
Texas
An electric guitar
Mississippi
"Empire State"
New York
A racing horse
Kentucky
A Douglas Fir
Oregon
A diamond
Arkansas
Rolling green hills
Tennessee
The Zia Sun Symbol
New Mexico
A sugar maple
Vermont
Two oranges
Florida
The Bucking Horse & Rider
Wyoming
"Bicentennial 1816-2016"
Indiana
"The Spirit of America"
Massachusetts
The Rocky Mountains and pine trees
Idaho
A bluebird and hawthorns
Missouri
"Wild, Wonderful"
West Virginia
A young Apache and his bow
Oklahoma
"Garden State"
New Jersey
Mt. Rushmore
South Dakota
Old Man of the Mountain
New Hampshire
A bison skull
Montana
An anchor and a wave
Rhode Island
A 15-starred flag over Ft McHenry
Maryland
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A sailboat, a sunset, cranes and a dairy farm
Wisconsin
A rainbow
Hawaii
"The First State"
Delaware
Mountains, a lake and a heron
Alabama
Arches National Park
Utah
An airplane amidst sea oats
North Carolina
An airplane, a windmill and a barn
Ohio
A meadowlark and goldenrod
Nebraska
"Pure"
Michigan
A flag with the Big Dipper and North Star
Alaska
Peaches
Georgia
Abraham Lincoln
Illinois
A chickadee and pine cone
Maine
"Constitution State"
Connecticut
A palmetto and the moon
South Carolina
A farm with silos
Iowa
Sunset over the Sierras
Nevada
A keystone
Pennsylvania
"Ad Astra per Aspera," 34 stars and a rising sun
Kansas
A bison and wheat
North Dakota
Saguaro cacti
Arizona
Two people in a canoe on a lake
Minnesota
The Front Range
Colorado
No illustrations or slogan (state in script)
California
No illustrations or slogan (state in all caps)
Virginia
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Level 68
Sep 24, 2014
When Indiana ran a contest for a new license plate slogan, one of the entries was "Indiana: Bring something to do"
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Level 38
Sep 25, 2014
When the New Jersey and West Virginia jokes get old, I've noticed that Indiana seems to be the new whipping boy. I know a lot of people from Indiana and they all love it, especially Indianapolis and Bloomington. But Indiana does seem to have a bit of an identity crisis. "Hoosiers" took place in the 1950s and Indianans would like you to believe that they're more than just basketball-playing farmboys now. But the rest of the country has yet to take notice. It's been 16 years since I've been there. Would love to go back.
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Level 65
Jan 19, 2016
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