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Alaska, Arizona, Connecticut, Missouri and Florida are just five of the 50 states that make up the United States of America. With the exception of a few of the eastern states, none of the current 50 states were part of the United States when it first became a nation.


There are 50 states in the United States of America. The 49th and 50th states added to the Union, Alaska and Hawaii, both achieved statehood in 1959; Alaska became a state in January, and Hawaii in August.


The 50 states that comprise the United States are 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, Montan


The vertical length of the continental United States is 1,582 miles, using point-to-point, straight-line measurements. There is a total land mass of 3,537,438 square miles, which includes all 50 states and the District of Columbia.


Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Connecticut and Illinois are some U.S. states with names of Native American origin. Arizona, Colorado, California, Florida and Montana are state names with Spanish-language origins.


The United States covers approximately 3,717,792 square miles. The country is the third largest when it comes to area, behind only Russia and Canada.


Alaska is the largest and northernmost of the 50 states. With more than 570,000 square miles of land, it is more than twice the size of Texas, the second-largest state in geographical size.


The United States was officially founded on July 4, 1776, when the Declaration of Independence was approved by 12 of the original colonies. Though the Declaration was not a formal governing document, it did announce that the states had united into their own nation.


The country dialing code for the United States is +1. The United States shares this code with 24 other countries and territories as part of the North American Numbering Plan, or NANP.


The informal qualifications for U.S. president include a willingness to raise money and campaign for two years prior to the election, a high moral character, the ability to act outside of political influence, be an influential and effective world leader and be able to manage the national budget. Pre