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The first rocket that put humans on the moon was built in Alabama.Learn More


The only state that can be typed on one row of a traditional English QWERTY keyboard.Learn More


The Grand Canyon, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, is in Arizona.Learn More


It is known as the "Natural State" and has over 600,000 acres of lakes.Learn More


The California Gold Rush from 1848 to 1855 was the largest mass migration in U.S. history.Learn More


It's the only U.S. state that lies entirely above 1000 meters elevation..Learn More


The first telephone book was published in New Haven, Connecticut 1878.Learn More


The first state to ratify the U.S. Constitution, Delaware is known as "The First State."Learn More


Home to the Everglades, it is the only place where alligators and crocodiles coexist in the wild.Learn More


It's known as the "Peach State" but produces more peanuts and pecans than peaches.Learn More


It is the only state made up entirely of islands and is the southernmost state in the U.S.Learn More


The state produces about one-third of the potatoes grown in the United States.Learn More


The world's first skyscraper was built in Chicago, Illinois 1885.Learn More


It's known as the "Crossroads of America" due to the many highways and railroads passing through the state.Learn More


It's the only state whose east and west borders are entirely formed by rivers (Mississippi and Missouri rivers).Learn More


Dodge City, Kansas, is the windiest city in the United States.Learn More


It's the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln and is famous for the Kentucky Derby.Learn More


New Orleans, Louisiana, is considered the birthplace of jazz.Learn More


It is the easternmost state in the U.S. and is the first to see the sunrise each morning.Learn More


The United States Naval Academy was founded in Annapolis, Maryland 1845.Learn More


It's home to the oldest university in the U.S., Harvard University.Learn More


The only place in the world with a floating post office, the J.W. Westcott II, operates on the Detroit River.Learn More


The Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota, is the largest shopping mall in the United States.Learn More


Named after the Mississippi River, which is derived from an Ojibwe word meaning "Great River."Learn More


St. Louis, Missouri, hosted the first Olympic Games in the United States in 1904.Learn More


Known as "Big Sky Country" for its vast, open landscapes and vibrant blue skies.Learn More


It's home to Kool-Aid, which was invented in Hastings, Nebraska, in 1927.Learn More


It's the driest state in the U.S., receiving the least rainfall.Learn More

New Hampshire

It holds the first presidential primary election in the U.S. every four years.Learn More

New Jersey

It's the "Diner Capital of the World," with an estimated 600 diners.Learn More

New Mexico

The state's capital, Santa Fe, is the highest state capital in the United States.Learn More

New York

The New York Public Library is one of the largest public libraries in the world, with over 53 million items.Learn More

North Carolina

First in flight, as the Wright Brothers successfully flew their first powered airplane in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina.Learn More

North Dakota

It's home to the geographic center of North America, in the town of Rugby.Learn More


The first professional city fire department in the U.S. was established in Cincinnati, Ohio.Learn More


It's the only state with an official state meal, which includes cornbread, fried okra, and barbecue pork.Learn More


Crater Lake in Oregon is the deepest lake in the United States.Learn More


The Pennsylvania Dutch aren't Dutch but are of German descent.Learn More

Rhode Island

Despite its name, Rhode Island is not an island and is the smallest state in the U.S.Learn More

South Carolina

It was the first state to secede from the Union, leading to the start of the Civil War.Learn More

South Dakota

Home to Mount Rushmore, where the faces of four U.S. presidents are carved into the mountain.Learn More


Known as the "Birthplace of the Blues" and is home to Graceland, Elvis Presley's residence.Learn More


The King Ranch in Texas is larger than the state of Rhode Island.Learn More


The Great Salt Lake is the largest saltwater lake in the Western Hemisphere.Learn More


Montpelier, Vermont, is the only U.S. state capital without a McDonald's.Learn More


Known as the "Birthplace of a Nation" as it's where English colonists established the first permanent settlement in Jamestown.Learn More


Named after the first U.S. President, George Washington, and it's the only state named after a president.Learn More

West Virginia

The New River Gorge Bridge is one of the longest steel-span bridges in the world.Learn More


It's known as the "Dairy Capital of the United States" and produces the most cheese in the country.Learn More


Home to Yellowstone National Park, the first national park in the world.Learn More

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