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What are the 58 states of the United States?
There are only 50 states in the United States currently, but the last two to be founded were Alaska and Hawaii.
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Massachusetts, Delaware, Minnesota, Michigan, Ohio, Hawaii, Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Florida, New Jersey, New York, Nebraska, Iowa, Rhode Isl…and, Maine, California, Idaho, Texas, Nevada, Washington, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, North Dakota, South Dakota, Louisiana, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, Illinois, Missouri, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Vermont, Montana, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Arizona, Kansas, Maryland, Conneticut, Georgia, Indiana, New Mexico, Mississippi... Is that enough? Also, a state is equivalent to a province or territory to other counties.
< 1 Delaware 7 December 1787 2 Pennsylvania 12 December 1787 3 New Jersey 18 December 1787 4 Georgia 2 January 1788 5 Connecticut 9 January 1788 6 Massachusetts 6 February 17…88 7 Maryland 28 April 1788 8 South Carolina 23 May 1788 9 New Hampshire 21 June 1788 10 Virginia 25 June 1788 11 New York 26 July 1788 12 North Carolina 21 November 1789 13 Rhode Island 29 May 1790 14 Vermont 4 March 1791 15 Kentucky 1 June 1792 16 Tennessee 1 June 1796 17 Ohio 1 March 1803 18 Louisiana 30 April 1812 19 Indiana 11 December 1816 20 Mississippi 10 December 1817 21 Illinois 3 December 1818 22 Alabama 14 December 1819 23 Maine 15 March 1820 24 Missouri 10 August 1821 25 Arkansas 15 June 1836 26 Michigan 26 January 1837 27 Florida 3 March 1845 28 Texas 29 December 1845 29 Iowa 28 December 1846 30 Wisconsin 29 May 1848 31 California 9 September 1850 32 Minnesota 11 May 1858 33 Oregon 14 February 1859 34 Kansas 29 January 1861 35 West Virginia 20 June 1863 36 Nevada 31 October 1864 37 Nebraska 1 March 1867 38 Colorado 1 August 1876 39 North Dakota 2 November 1889 40 South Dakota 2 November 1889 41 Montana 8 November 1889 42 Washington 11 November 1889 43 Idaho 3 July 1890 44 Wyoming 10 July 1890 45 Utah 4 January 1896 46 Oklahoma 16 November 1907 47 New Mexico 6 January 1912 48 Arizona 14 February 1912 49 Alaska 3 January 1959 50 Hawaii 21 August 1959
The smallest state in the US is Rhode Island.
Alaska is the northernmost state of the United States. The Northwest Angle of Minnesota is the northernmost point of the contiguous 48 states. It consists of a small peninsu…la on the Lake of the Woods at 49.27 N 95.05 W.
Connecticut was the 5th state in the United States.
Florida. Actually Florida is the fifth sunniest. According to USA today The license plates proclaim Florida the Sunshine State, but the National Weather Service says five o…ther states catch more rays. Arizona is No. 1, followed by California, Nevada, New Mexico and Texas, according to the weather service, which monitors about 265 weather stations nationwide Florida has more days where between 20 to 70% of the sun is blocked by clouds than anywhere else in the continental United States, weather officials said. Weather experts said warm water surrounding the state, high humidity and a long rainy season make for cloudy skies. Apalachicola, the sunniest spot in Florida, sees an average of 128 clear sunny days per year and Miami has 74. For comparison, Yuma, Ariz., has 242. The Miami-Fort Lauderdale area averages 175 partly cloudy days per year and West Palm Beach, 159. Outside of Florida, the closest partly cloudy skies contender is Denver, with an average of 130.
All the USA states bordering the Atlantic Ocean from Maine to Florida. How far west of the Atlantic a person can go and still refer to a state as an Eastern state is debatable…, but, most people agree that anything west of the Mississippi River is not an Eastern state.
Alaska is 2,261 miles wide, and the widest state in the United States.
Here is a list of some U.S. territories: Guam Northern Mariana Islands Puerto Rico US Virgin Islands American Samoa None of the above listed territories are states…. But the answer you're probably looking for is Washington, D.C.
Yes some can when the bottom states of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana joined the united states the created an unchangeable treaty/law to agree that they could leave …at ANY time in 1861 Texas left for about a year at the end of the civil war Oklahoma has thought of leaving once in 2006 Texas ACTUALLY tried to leave but 3% to many people in Texas disagreed .
Alaska, Arizona, California,Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico,Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.
Because of the Aleutian Islands, the International Dateline and the quirks of geography, Alaska is the easternmost, westernmost and northernmost of the 50 US States.
If the question relates to Commonwealths versus states, it's important to note that Kentucky, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Virginia are all Commonwealths, although the …distinction has no legal meaning or effect whatsoever. The District of Columbia, which includes the capital city of Washington, D.C., is between the states of Virginia and Maryland, but is not part of any state. The District of Columbia was created to be separate from any state, so it would not seem like the country was favoring one state over the other. There is no such thing. Although 4 of the 50 states (Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Kentucky and Virginia) are known as Commonwealths. They are still states. The United States has 50 states, 5 (inhabited) territories, and a federal district. The 5 territories (American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, United States Virgin Islands) are not states, so they can't be states that aren't states. The federal district (District of Columbia) houses the City of Washington DC. Some say this is the only City in the United States that's not in a state, but there are several very large cities in the territories that are just as much part of the United States as Washington DC and are not in a state either.