|Sites Specifically for Students with Information About the Cities and States in the USA|
Enchanted Learning: US States: Easy to read and understand facts about each state in the United States including map, capital, flower, tree, bird, date of statehood, and MORE
Fact Monster: The Fifty States: capital, population, median age, elected officials, history, economy, points of interest , famous natives, entrance into Union, state map and flag, state motto, symbols, nicknames, name origins, largest cities and county, land area, counties, forests and parks
History Channel: The States: History, video, image gallery, fun facts and more
Kids' Corner: Fun State Facts: Click on a state to see that state's map, capital, flower, tree, bird, date of statehood, and MORE
NetState.com: Learn about the 50 states: Facts about each state, how the state name came about, the state nicknames, and the state symbols
National Geographic Kids: The United States of America: Facts, photos, maps
Trucking Across the 50 States of the USA: Lists states in the USA alphabetically with trivia facts about each state
|Sites With Information About the Cities and States in the United States|
Info Please: The Fifty States: Facts and trivia about the Fifty states of the United States of America including government, state capitals, largest cities, the state's flag, Governor, Senators, and MORE
The 50 States: Includes brief facts about EVERY state in the US - including the usual "almanac" material - along with links to state home pages, kids' pages, and biographies of the state's congressional delegation; also includes a map - showing the state's location relative to its neighbors. Narratives - Students will find brief narratives on earliest inhabitants, geography and landforms, history from the first European settlements through the Civil War, and the state's economy; also includes famous people from all walks of life who are from each state, and places to see
Welcome to the US 50: Information about the fifty states that make up the United States of America; Fast Facts and State Study Guides
50 States.com: States and Capitals: All inclusive site listing capital city, city guides, flag, state symbols, and MORE
U.S. Census Bureau: State and County Quick Facts
|Currency of the U.S. A. History and Facts||Online Reference for U.S. Coins: Images and facts|
|United States Coins Facts||The United States Mint: Historian's Corner|
|Fun Facts about Money||Fact Monster: Facts about U.S. Money|
Earth Cam: Live video cameras share parts of the world (INCLUDING the United States) in pictures with you by capturing pictures of places, people, tourist attractions, nature spots, animals and more - SEARCHABLE by keyword
|Famous U.S.A. Landmarks||Top U.S.A. and World Landmarks with Photos|
|Famous USA Landmarks Slide Show||Famous Landmarks of the USA|
|Geography Glossary||Geography Terms Defined|
|Fact Monster: Geography Glossary||A - Z Geography Dictionary and Glossary|
|Holidays and Festivals Around the USA|
|USA.gov: Holidays in the USA||Holidays in the United States - from Wikipedia|
|License Plates from Around the World including the U.S.A.||License Plates of the States in the U.S.A. Under United States Link|
|Maps from Around the World including the U.S.A.||World and U.S.A. Maps|
|Blank Maps for Printing|
|World Atlas: Outline Maps and Map Quizzes|
|Enchanted Learning Outline Maps||National Geographic: World Maps|
|State Symbols||U.S. State Symbols with photos, facts, video, and songs|
*Each of the 50 states in the USA has a profile which includes: the state's geography, history, politics, government, economy, population statistics, culture, religion, languages, largest cities, as well as a map and the national flag.
The capital of the United States is Washington, D.C., but there are many other important facts about the individual states in the United Statesd of America.
*Every state in the United States has a name origin, or how the state received its name.
*The 50 largest cities in the United States all have their own history.
Several states in the United States are home to famous national parks.
Several states in the United States are home to famous major museums as well as home to less known museums.
Visitors from all over the world often to come to the United States to visit popular amusement parks, theme parks, and waterparks.
Each state in the United States has a least one or more famous national landmarks.
|Educational Geography and Social Studies Powerpoints|
|Educational Geography and Social Studies Videos|
|Reference Sites to Help in Your Research|
Encyclopedia Smithsonian: Encyclopedia Smithsonian features answers to frequently asked questions about the Smithsonian and links to Smithsonian resources from A to Z
Information Please: On-Line Dictionary; Encyclopedia; Almanac, and MOR
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