Get to know the 50 states of the United States

How many states are in the United States? The United States is made up of a union of 50 states . Within the American Continent there are 48 states.

On the other hand, Alaska and Hawaii are non-contiguous states. Alaska is located in the North Pacific Ocean, while Hawaii surrounds the Arctic and Pacific Oceans.

States that make up the United States

 

50 states

Here is a list of all the states in the United States with their names in alphabetical order .

·              Alabama

·              Alaska

·              Arizona

·              Arkansas

·              California

·              North Carolina

·              South Carolina

·              Colorado

·              Connecticut

·              North Dakota

·              South Dakota

·              Delaware

·              Florida

·              Georgia

·              Hawaii

·              Idaho

·              Illinois

·              Indiana

·              Iowa

·              Kansas

·              Kentucky

·              Louisiana

·              Maine

·              Maryland

·              Massachusetts

·              Michigan

·              Minnesota

·              Mississippi

·              Missouri

·              Montana

·              Nebraska

·              Nevada

·              New Jersey

·              New York

·              New Hampshire

·              New Mexico

·              Ohio

·              Oklahoma

·              Oregon

·              Pennsylvania

·              Rhode Island

·              Tennessee

·              Texas

·              Utah

·              Vermont

·              W.V.

·              Virginia

·              Washington

·              Wisconsin

·              Wyoming

States and capitals

In the following list we present the US states with their respective capitals.

·              Alabama: Montgomery.

·              Alaska: Juneau.

·              Arizona: Phoenix.

·              Arkansas: Little Rock.

·              California: Sacramento.

·              North Carolina: Raleigh.

·              South Carolina: Columbia.

·              Colorado: Denver.

·              Connecticut: Hartford.

·              North Dakota: Bismarck.

·              South Dakota: Pierre.

·              Delaware: Dover.

·              Florida: Tallahassee.

·              Georgia: Atlanta.

·              Hawaii: Honolulu.

·              Idaho: Boise.

·              Illinois: Springfield.

·              Indiana: Indianapolis.

·              Iowa: Des Moines.

·              Kansas: Topeka.

·              Kentucky: Frankfort.

·              Louisiana: Baton Rouge.

·              Maine: Augusta.

·              Maryland: Annapolis.

·              Massachusetts: Boston.

·              Michigan: Lansing.

·              Minnesota: Saint Paul.

·              Mississippi: Jackson.

·              Missouri: Jefferson City.

·              Montana: Helena.

·              Nebraska: Lincoln.

·              Nevada: Carson City.

·              New Jersey: Trenton.

·              New York: Albany.

·              New Hampshire: Concord.

·              New Mexico: Santa Fe.

·              Ohio: Columbus.

·              Oklahoma: Oklahoma City.

·              Oregon: Salem.

·              Pennsylvania: Harrisburg.

·              Rhode Island: Providence.

·              Tennessee: Nashville.

·              Texas: Austin.

·              Utah: Salt Lake City.

·              Vermont: Montpelier.

·              Virginia: Richmond.

·              West Virginia: Charleston.

·              Washington: Olympia.

·              Wisconsin: Madison.

·              Wyoming: Cheyenne.

United States States by Population

The United States is one of the most populous countries in the world . Besides being a world economic power, the United States of America is characterized by its great density . The latter is due to the large influx of immigrants it welcomes.

It is estimated that until 2018 the total US population is 325,886,000 inhabitants .

Know their states according to the number of inhabitants they have .

·              Alabama: 4,863,300 inhabitants.

·              Alaska: 741 894 inhabitants.

·              Arizona: 6,931,071 inhabitants.

·              Arkansas: 2 988 248 inhabitants.

·              California: 39 250 017 inhabitants.

·              North Carolina: 10 146 788 inhabitants.

·              South Carolina: 4,961,119 inhabitants.

·              Colorado: 5,540,545 inhabitants.

·              Connecticut: 3 576 452 inhabitants.

·              North Dakota: 757,952 inhabitants.

·              South Dakota: 865,454 inhabitants.

·              Delaware: 952,065 inhabitants.

·              Florida: 20 612 439 inhabitants.

·              Georgia: 10,310,371 inhabitants.

·              Hawaii: 1,428,557 inhabitants.

·              Idaho: 1 683 140 inhabitants.

·              Illinois: 12,801,539 inhabitants.

·              Indiana: 6 633 053 inhabitants.

·              Iowa: 3 134 693 residents.

·              Kansas: 2,907,289 inhabitants.

·              Kentucky: 4,436,974 inhabitants.

·              Louisiana: 4,681,666 inhabitants.

·              Maine: 1,331,479 inhabitants.

·              Maryland: Population 6,016,447.

·              Massachusetts: 6,811,779 inhabitants.

·              Michigan: 9,928,301 inhabitants.

·              Minnesota: 5,519,952 inhabitants.

·              Mississippi: 2 988 726 inhabitants.

·              Missouri: 6,093,000 inhabitants.

·              Montana: 1,042 520 inhabitants.

·              Nebraska: 1,907,116 inhabitants.

·              Nevada: 2 940 058 inhabitants.

·              New Jersey: 8,944,469 inhabitants.

·              New York: 19,745,289 inhabitants.

·              New Hampshire: population 1,334,795.

·              New Mexico: 2 081 015 inhabitants.

·              Ohio: 11,614,373 inhabitants.

·              Oklahoma: 3,923,561 inhabitants.

·              Oregon: 4 093 465 inhabitants.

·              Pennsylvania: 12,802,503 inhabitants.

·              Rhode Island: 1 056 426 inhabitants.

·              Tennessee: 6,651,194 inhabitants.

·              Texas: 27,862,596 inhabitants.

·              Utah: 3 051 217 inhabitants.

·              Vermont: 624,594 inhabitants.

·              West Virginia: 1 831 102 inhabitants.

·              Virginia: 8,411,808 inhabitants.

·              Washington: 7,288,000 inhabitants.

·              Wisconsin: 5,778,708 inhabitants.

·              Wyoming: 585 5 inhabitants.

State Divisions

The Federal Government of the United States has the authority to manage foreign policy. However, each state remains sovereign.

Counties:

Map of the US States

Counties are administrative regions that provide local support to the State Government.

All states are divided into counties except Alaska which is divided into Borough (borough) and Louisiana in Parish (parishes).

On the other hand cities such as Philadelphia , Honolulu, San Francisco and Denver , joined their counties to form a single municipality as a county government. They are called consolidated City-Counties .

United States Cities

Cities and Municipalities:

Counties are subdivided into cities and Municipalities .

Municipalities are determined by a small portion of geographic area. Typically 6 to 54 square miles.

Many of the municipalities have government and political power, however, not all have the same authority, that will depend on the State.

 

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