If territories are included, the first U.S. sunrise on January 1 is at about 7:25 local time (19:25 December 31 UT) at Peacock Point (19° 16' N 166° 35' E) on Wake Island. Now consider this do you Wake up or do you Maine up in the morning, this is not a new concept.
I believe what we're looking for here is the point on USA land that's farthest east.
That would be the eastern tip of Semisopochnoi Island, at 179.78° East longitude,
less than 10 miles short of the easternmost possible longitude on Earth.
The island is in the Aleutian chain ... a part of the state of Alaska ... which crosses
the 180° meridian and proceeds westward to the western tip of Attu Island, at
about 172.45° East longitude.
Comments: You have to bear in mind where the International Date Line goes.
So, it's not just a simple case of where is furthest East.
Also sunrise times vary with latitude and time of year as has been mentioned
in other answers.
Whether you count the effect of altitude depends on how you define "sun rise" times.
it is a meaning less question
The sun rise in the east and then sets in the west.
All planets that rotate in our solar system will see apparent sun rise and sun set There are no planets that are stationary not to view the apparent sun rise and sun set.
When the sun rises in the morning...
The sun shines first in the eastern part of the United States. The sun rises in the east, and sets in the west. The easternmost point in the US is in Maine.
Sun first rise in Japan
The US state that sees the sun rise first is Maine. The best places to watch the sun rise are from Cadillac Mountain and Eastport.
The sun first rises on the United States at Eastport, Maine, the eastern most town in the USA.
When you see the sun rise, the first word in the world that you should say is "Thank you Lord".
It really depends on what specific city, as Mexico is quite a big country, almost 25% the size of the United States.
Newfoundland sees the sun first
The sun rises first in Gisborne, New Zealand.