Internet Sites for Researching the 50 States:


    America’s Story:  Explore the 50 States

    This web site is brought to you from the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., the largest library in the world and the nation's library. Includes information on the history and symbols of the states.

    You can access state information from an online almanac, atlas, encyclopedia, and dictionary by visiting this site!
    U.S. Census Bureau American Factfinder

    Detailed populations statistics and fun state facts about each of the states.



    Netstate:  Information on the 50 States

    This site includes information about state symbols, nicknames, and quarters as well as historical information and interesting facts.



    Stately Knowledge:  Facts About the 50 States

    This site, from the Kidspace at the Internet Public Library, helps you find the basic facts of any state, and includes information on Washington, D.C.



    World Almanac for Kids:  Facts About the States

    This site from the World Almanac for Kids gives you information on geography, climate, history, population, politicians, and state symbols.


    The U.S. 50

    Information on the symbols, economy, and geography of the states plus a brief history and a list of famous historical figures from each state.


    Outline Maps of the States

Last Modified on January 21, 2016