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The US 50 States on the Web: 50 State Guide
Find facts about any of the 50 states in the Union, including Washington, D.C., our Capitol
e-ReferenceDesk's US 50 States on the Web offers a resource guide to information and facts on and about the US 50 states. The United States of America is a country in North America. There are 50 states in the United States of America. They stretch from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific, from the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico, and reach out to include Alaska and Hawaii. Every state has a capital city where its governor, legislators, and other state officers work. Elected senators and congressmen represent their home state in the nation's capital, Washington DC. Every state has selected its own motto, flag, bird, flower, and sometimes other favorite choices.
Find state colleges, universities, headline news, newspapers, debt consolidation, financial offerings, radios and TV stations, traffic reports, and state symbols: animals, birds, flags, flowers, seals, and more as well as quick links to social, demographic, and economic statistics.
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Furnishes details on the state, its geography, climate and weather, elevation, land area, bordering states, and other statistical data. Access state facts and figures.
Find an overview of each state's economy, including agriculture and industry services. Access facts about the economy and products.
Find images, descriptions, and a overview of the geography, topography, geographic land area, and major rivers in each state.
Learn about the 50 States history and heritage as well as early history and culture, geography, timeline, facts, history firsts, and famous people.
US State Symbols: Find a listing of US state symbols, emblems, and mascots for each of the 50 US states with descriptions, adoption dates, statutes, history, and pictures.
Find media (newspapers, television, radio), offering news, information and resources about US media.
US State Government Home Pages
Guide to the US 50 States
Everyone needs a little help, advice, or inspiration now and again. Find state colleges, universities, newspapers, debt consolidation, financial offerings, radios and TV stations, counties, histories, and state symbols: animals, birds, flags, flowers, seals, and more as well links to social, demographic, and economic statistics.
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