Delaware became the first state to join the United States of America on December 7, 1787 making it a very important place on the world map. Check out what makes “The First State” so special in these 15 fascinating facts all about Delaware.
Pennsylvania was the second state to join the United States of America way back on December 12, 1787. The state has a long rich history and has been inhabited for up to 19,000 years! Here are 15 amazing facts about Pennsylvania - The Keystone State.
Kansas was the 34th state to join the United States of America. It is officially nicknamed “The Sunflower State.” Europeans initially ignored these plainlands, but it wasn’t long before it was discovered the perfect place for agriculture. Here are 15 awesome facts all about Kansas.
The US State of Georgia is nicknamed “The Peach State” and “The Empire State of The South”. It was the 4th state to join the United States of America. Georgia has so many stories to tell. Let’s dig deeper with these 15 fun facts.
Arkansas was the 25th state to join the United States of America on June 15, 1836. It's nicknamed the "Natural State" but nature isn't all that it has going for it. Arkansas has so many amazing facts about here and here are 15 of the best!
Indiana was the 19th state to join the United States of America. It is officially nicknamed “The Hoosier State." Indiana has been inhabited since the Ice Age and its name means "Land of the Indians." Here are 15 intriguing facts all about Indiana.
Connecticut or “Constitution State” was the 5th state to join the United States of America on January 9, 1788. Being the 3rd smallest of all states you would think there’s not much to know about Connecticut, but the state is steeped in history. Let’s look at 15 facts that make the state so special.
Colorado, also known as the “Centennial State” was the 38th state to join the United States of America. Colorado is big on everything - huge mountains, hot springs and certainly big on history. Check out much more with these 15 totally cool facts all about Colorado.
Nicknamed the “Sunshine state”, Florida was the 27th state to join the United States of America on March 3, 1845. It has a population of 21.3 million people, making it the 3rd most populous state. Let’s take a closer look at what really makes Florida the place it is today.
Arizona, home to the Grand Canyon, is the 48th State of America. With a population of 7.2 million people it is the 14th most populous state. Find out more through these 15 astonishing facts about Arizona.
Alaska was the 49th state to join the USA, and has a population of 710,000 people, making it the 48th most populous state. But what fun facts are there about Alaska? Find out here with these 15 amazing facts!
Unofficially nicknamed the “Yellowhammer State,” the “Cotton State,” and the “Heart of Dixie,” Alabama was the 22nd state to join the USA on December 14, 1819. However, there's more that's interesting about Alabama than just the hard facts!