TABLE OF CONTENTS
Outline Page 1
State Flag Page 2
Map of Colorado Page 3
State Location, Geography and Climate Page 4
U.S. Map with Colorado Location Page 6
State Bird, Flower, Tree, Motto and Seal Page 7
Ancient History of Colorado Page 8
Recent History of Colorado Page 10
Plants and Animals of Colorado Page 12
Natural Resources Map Page 13
Natural Resources and Products  ...
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... a medium bowl and mix in sour cream and salsa. Stir thoroughly.
3. Pour dip into bowl and serve with whole, warm Anasazi corn tortillas or baked corn tortilla chips.
What you need:
2 cups cornmeal (Masa Harina works best)
1 ½ cups warm water
¼ teaspoon salt
What you do:
1. In a medium bowl, mix together cornmeal, water, and salt until dough isn’t sticky. (If it’s too sticky, add more cornmeal; if it’s too dry, add more water.)
2. Form dough into golf-ball-sized balls and pat with your hands to form paper-thin, 6-inch rounds. Place tortilla on hot, lightly oiled griddle and cook until brown. (Your tortilla isn’t crispy yet, but you can still eat it. Spoon some dip on it and then roll the tortilla up to eat it!)
3. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
4. Place the cooked tortillas on a cookie sheet and brush each one with oil. Then cut them into strips with a pizza cutter.
5. Bake for about 5-10 minutes or until crispy.
6. Once the chips have cooled a bit, dip them into the Anasazi bean dip and enjoy!
America The Beautiful - Colorado, by Deborah Kent, Childrens Press Chicago, 1992
Illustrated World Encyclopedia, 1967
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