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Flag of United States Of America
Land Area 9,147,593 km2
Water Area 685,924 km2
Total Area 9,833,517km2 (#3)
Population 323,995,528 (#3)
Population Density 35.42/km2
Government Type Constitutional Federal Republic
GDP (PPP) $18,600.00 Billion
GDP Per Capita $57,300
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Famous Natives listed represent a very small sampling of potential choices. For additional U.S. Famous Natives view the individual U.S. State pages.
  • John Adams 2nd american president
  • Susan B. Anthony activist/woman suffrage alliance
  • Louis Armstrong musician
  • Lucille Ball actress, comedian
  • Clara Barton founder american red cross
  • Beach Boys musical group
  • Andrew Carnegie financier/philanthropist
  • Bob Dylan singer/songwriter
  • Thomas Edison inventor extraordinaire
  • Henry Ford industrialist/philanthropist
  • Benjamin Franklin diplomat/inventor/scientist
  • Robert Frost poet
  • Bill Gates founder microsoft/philanthropist
  • Ernest Hemingway author
  • Bobby Jones golfer
  • Martin Luther King civil rights leader
  • Stephen King author
  • Abraham Lincoln 16th American president who helped direct the victory of the Union forces in the American Civil War and called for the abolition of slavery and reunification of the country.
  • Joe Louis boxer
  • Douglas MacArthur general/statesman
  • Rosa Parks civil-rights freedom fighter
  • Edgar Allen Poe author/poet
  • Jackie Robinson baseball player
  • Eleanor Roosevelt first lady/humanitarian
  • Theodore Roosevelt 26th american president
  • Pete Sampras tennis player
  • George Washington general, 1st american president, set precedents in his functions of governance that proved to be integral to establishing democratic principles within the new nation.
  • John Wayne actor

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United States Of America states, districts & their capitals

Region Capital Quick Reference
Alabama Montgomery Alabama
Alaska Juneau Alaska
Arizona Phoenix Arizona
Arkansas Little Rock Arkansas
California Sacramento California
Colorado Denver Colorado
Connecticut Hartford Connecticut
Delaware Dover Delaware
District of Columbia Washington, D.C. District of Columbia
Florida Tallahassee Florida
Georgia Atlanta Georgia
Hawaii Honolulu Hawaii
Idaho Boise Idaho
Illinois Springfield Illinois
Indiana Indianapolis Indiana
Iowa Des Moines Iowa
Kansas Topeka Kansas
Kentucky Frankfort Kentucky
Louisiana Baton Rouge Louisiana
Maine Augusta Maine
Maryland Annapolis Maryland
Massachusetts Boston Massachusetts
Michigan Lansing Michigan
Minnesota Saint Paul Minnesota
Mississippi Jackson Mississippi
Missouri Jefferson City Missouri
Montana Helena Montana
Nebraska Lincoln Nebraska
Nevada Carson City Nevada
New Hampshire Concord New Hampshire
New Jersey Trenton New Jersey
New Mexico Santa Fe New Mexico
New York Albany New York
North Carolina Raleigh North Carolina
North Dakota Bismarck North Dakota
Ohio Columbus Ohio
Oklahoma Oklahoma City Oklahoma
Oregon Salem Oregon
Pennsylvania Harrisburg Pennsylvania
Rhode Island Providence Rhode Island
South Carolina Columbia South Carolina
South Dakota Pierre South Dakota
Tennessee Nashville Tennessee
Texas Austin Texas
Utah Salt Lake City Utah
Vermont Montpelier Vermont
Virginia Richmond Virginia
Washington Olympia Washington
West Virginia Charleston West Virginia
Wisconsin Madison Wisconsin
Wyoming Cheyenne Wyoming

United States Of America Trivia

What is the Most Populated State?

California is the most populated state in the US with a total population of 39,536,653. The state also happens to be one of the fastest growing in the country. California is the third largest state by land area.

The 50 US States Ranked By Population

What are the Most Dangerous Cities in the United States?

According to the FBI crime report, St. Louis, Missouri has the highest violent crime rate in the United States, with 1,817 violent crimes for every 100,000 people. Other cities with high violent crime rates include Detroit, Michigan, with 1,759 violent crimes per 100,000 people, and Memphis, Tennessee, with 1,740 violent crimes per 100,000 people.

The Most Dangerous Cities in the US

What are the Largest Ethnic Groups in the United States?

Some of the most common ethnicities in the United States include German, African American, Mexican, Irish, and English.

Largest Ethnic Groups And Nationalities In The United States

Which Team Has Won the Most Super Bowls?

With 6 wins, the PIttsburgh Steelers have won more Super Bowl games than any other team. Other teams with five wins include the New England Patriots, the Dallas Cowboys, and the San Francisco 49ers.

NFL Teams With the Most Super Bowl Wins

What is the Biggest Mall in the United States?

The Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota is the largest mall in the United States, followed by the King of Prussia Mall in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.

Largest Malls In The United States

Which States Border Canada?

There are 13 states that border Canada: Alaska, Michigan, Maine, Minnesota, Montana, New York, Washington, North Dakota, Ohio, Vermont, New Hampshire, Idaho, and Pennsylvania.

US States That Border Canada

USA States

This page was last updated on January 21, 2016.