ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 50 STATES  IN USA.

https://www.google.com.ng/maps/vt/data=RfCSdfNZ0LFPrHSm0ublXdzhdrDFhtmHhN1u-gM,mqQwNpqd1IUX_ZX0D7ySOYPDZAJaP8WE4TDOtpyAs22GR1VqHoudn3eTDvZptdoE0wkypSxYVPIpqlakODNMAVAPD8xPOvJ0blpCB093e5292pNfr3znuEuKd99sDGcWxkHvNxl0P_fEB2tmr3HDrg_7yXh5XpgRuCDEHxwqfKeTLm_Qvgp0gGUidT4r2OvD-Q25cX8-F6oEGyA 

Alabama

Alaska

Arizona

Arkansas

California

Colorado

Connecticut

Delaware

Florida
 

Georgia
  

Hawaii

Idaho
 

Illinois
 
Indiana

Iowa

Kansas

Kentucky

Louisiana

Maine

Maryland

Massachusetts

Michigan
 

Minnesota

Mississippi

Missouri

Montana
 
Nebraska

Nevada

New Hampshire

New Jersey

New Mexico

New York

North Carolina

North Dakota

Ohio

Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennsylvania
 
Rhode Island
 

South Carolina

South Dakota

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

Vermont

Virginia

Washington

West Virginia

Wisconsin

Wyoming

Each page includes the following:

Geography & Demographics

  • State Abbreviation: The two-letter abbreviation for each state.
  • State Capital: The capital city of the state.
  • State Size: The area of the state, both total (land + water) and land only.
  • Number of Counties: The number of counties for each state.
  • Time Zone: List the time zone(s) of each state. Some states extends to more than one time zone.
  • Bordering States: List of bordering states of each state.
  • Highest Point: The highest peak of each state.
  • National Parks: List of national parks for each state.
  • 2015 State Population: The estimated population for each state in 2015, based on US Census data. You can also find information on state population 2010, state population 2005, and state population 2000.
  • State Population Density: How crowded is each state on average, measured by number of residents per square mile.
  • Area Codes: The telephone area codes for each state.
  • Top 5 Cities (2010 population): The top 5 cities for each state, based on 2010 US Census data.

Government & Legislature

  • Statehood: When each state was admitted into the Union.
  • State Electoral Votes: The number of electoral votes each state has.
  • State Flag: The picture for the state flag for each state.
  • Governor: Link to the official website of the State Governor.
  • U. S. Senators: List of U. S. Senators from each state.
  • U. S. Representatives: List of U. S. Representatives from each state.
  • State Senators: List of State Senators, typically the higher chamber of the state legislature.
  • State Representatives / Assembly Members / Delegates: List of members of the lower chamber of the state legislature.
  • State Government: Link to the official state government site.
  • State Constitution: The constitution of each state.
  • Road Conditions: Link to the website providing current road conditions for each state.
  • State Quarter Issue Date: The date the State Quarter commemorating each state was issued.

State Symbols

This section lists the symbols of each state. Common state symbols include the state bird, the state flower, the
state motto, the state nickname, and the state tree.

Sports Teams

  • Major Sports Teams: Teams in each state that belong to The Major League Baseball (MLB), National Football League (NFL), National Basketball Association (NBA), and National Hockey League (NHL).
  • NCAA Division I Schools:
    List of NCAA Division I institutions for each state. The primary
    conference affiliation for each institution is listed in parenthesis.

Taxes

  • Gas Tax: The amount of gas tax for each state.
  • Cigarette Tax: The amount of cigarette tax for each state.

Famous People

List of famous people who were born in each state. This list
includes Nobel Prize winners, presidents of the United States, sports
Hall of Famers, actors / actresses, and singers.

Fun Facts

Interesting facts for each state, including the origin of the
state name, most notable landmarks and historical events, geographic
features, and funny laws. All facts listed here have been researched and
verified as current.
FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK
TOBEX4LOVE’S MOBILE B LOG