The northern states of America are Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Vermont and Wisconsin. These states are historically identified as the Union states during the American Civil War.Continue Reading
Although the northern states are now considered one region, they were historically divided into four distinct areas: New England, the Middle Atlantic states, the Old Northwest (East North Central States) and the Great Plains (West North Central States). The earliest official recognition of the northern states as a regional entity was in 1796, when George Washington used the terms "North" (Union states) and "South" (Confederate states) in referring to the opposing policies and sentiments on slavery between the two regions. Besides sharing a common ideology, the northern states were also bound by political, educational, cultural and economic ties as increasing immigration and trade served to homogenize individual state interests.
The northern states are largely independent in the 21st century, but they share similar qualities, such as strong manufacturing sectors and high population densities relative to the rest of the country. Due to America's federal system and greater autonomy between states, the term "northern states" is not widely used. It is more common to separate the states into smaller regions, such as New England and the Midwest.Learn more about United States
The capitals of all 50 American states are Sacramento in California, Montgomery in Alabama, Denver in Colorado, Juneau in Alaska, Dover in Delaware, Phoenix in Arizona, Boise in Idaho, Little Rock in Arkansas, Hartford in Connecticut, Indianapolis in Indiana, Tallahassee in Florida, Springfield in Illinois, Honolulu in Hawaii, Frankfort in Kentucky, St. Paul in Minnesota, Topeka in Kansas, Augusta in Maine, Des Moines in Iowa, Baton Rouge in Louisiana, Lansing in Michigan, Annapolis in Maryland, Concord in New Hampshire, Boston in Massachusetts, Jefferson City in Missouri, Jackson in Mississippi, Salem in Oregon, Helena in Montana, Trenton in New Jersey, Lincoln in Nebraska, Austin in Texas, Carson City in Nevada, Bismarck in North Dakota, Columbus in Ohio, Santa Fe in New Mexico, Raleigh in North Carolina, Harrisburg in Pennsylvania, Oklahoma City in Oklahoma, Nashville in Tennessee, Providence in Rhode Island, Columbia in South Carolina, Montpelier in Vermont, Albany in New York, Salt Lake City in Utah, Atlanta in Georgia, Richmond in Virginia, Olympia in Washington, Cheyenne in Wyoming, Charleston in West Virginia, Pierre in South Dakota and Madison in Wisconsin. The capital city of the United States is Washington, D.C.Full Answer >
During the American Civil War, there were 20 states in the Union, including Illinois, California, Indiana, Connecticut, Iowa, Michigan, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, Oregon, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin and Rhode Island. The 11 states that seceded from the Union and formed the Confederate States of America were Louisiana, Arkansas, Texas, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Florida, Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee.Full Answer >
Twenty-two states, including Connecticut, Vermont, New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Maryland, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota, Indiana, Nebraska, Colorado, Oklahoma, Kansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oregon and Washington, offer refundable EICs, while Maine, Delaware, Ohio and Virginia offer nonrefundable EICs. The District of Columbia also offers refundable EICs. People receive EIC at the local or state level, and receive credit payments equating to varying percentages of federal credit.Full Answer >
It is legal to own piranhas in some states including Michigan, New Hampshire, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, North and South Dakota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Vermont, West Virginia, Wyoming and Wisconsin. Their sale and possession is banned or regulated in Alabama, Alaska, California, New York, Arizona, Arkansas, Hawaii, Florida, Colorado, Kentucky, Maine, Georgia, Louisiana, Nevada, New Mexico, Mississippi, Utah, Texas, Washington, North and South Carolina, Oklahoma, Virginia, Idaho, Connecticut and Massachusetts.Full Answer >