Quiz: 50 States Quiz




Is it 50 states or 52?

The United States of America USA has had 50 states since 1959. The District of Columbia is a federal district, not a state. Many lists include DC and Puerto Rico, which makes for 52 "states and other jurisdictions".

What is the 50 United States?

States of the U.S. There are fifty (50) states and Washington D.C.The last two states to join the Union were Alaska (49th) and Hawaii (50th). Both joined in 1959. Washington D.C. is a federal district under the authority of Congress. Local government is run by a mayor and 13 member city council.

Can you remember all 50 states?

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What are the states in order from 1 to 50?

The United States in Order of Statehood Order State Date Admitted 47New Mexico1912-1-26 48Arizona1912-2-14 49Alaska1959-1-3 50Hawaii1959-8-21 48 more rows

Why are there 52 stars on the American flag?

How many stars and stripes are on the flag? There are 50 stars representing the 50 states and there are 13 stripes representing the 13 original colonies. from The CIA World Factbook.

Why is Washington DC not a state?

So, to compromise, George Washington himself chose a location bordering the Potomac River. The northern Maryland and the southern Virginia would be the two states to cede land for this new capital, which was founded in 1790. So, in short, statehood for D.C. would directly contradict the Constitution.

What were the 52 states of America?

Alphabetical List of 50 States Alabama. Alaska. Arizona. Arkansas. California. Colorado. Connecticut. Delaware. Indiana. Iowa. Kansas. Kentucky. Louisiana. Maine. Maryland. Massachusetts. Nebraska. Nevada. New Hampshire. New Jersey. New Mexico. New York. North Carolina. Rhode Island. South Carolina. South Dakota. Tennessee. Texas. Utah. Vermont.

What is the name of the 51st state?

Puerto Rico is designated in its constitution as the "Commonwealth of Puerto Rico". The Constitution of Puerto Rico, which became effective in 1952, adopted the name of Estado Libre Asociado (literally translated as "Free Associated State"), officially translated into English as Commonwealth, for its body politic.

What city name is in all 50 states?

According to a common factoid, there's a community called Springfield in all 50 states, but the U.S. Board on Geographic Names says that's not true: only 34 states have a Springfield. The real champ is Riverside. Unless you live in Alaska, Hawaii, Louisiana, or Oklahoma, there's at least one Riverside in your state.

What are the 4 smallest states?

The 5 Smallest States by Land Area Rhode Island—1,045 square miles (2,707 square kilometers) Delaware—1,954 square miles (5,061 square kilometers) Connecticut—4,845 square miles (12,548 square kilometers) Hawaii—6,423 square miles (16,635 square kilometers)

How can I remember the 50 states and capitals?

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How do you memorize the states?

Your first bet is to master the Method of Loci and then turn the map itself into a Memory Palace. You can place the states within a Memory Palace. As an alternative to using natural features, such as the borders, you can memorize the states in an imposed order, such as alphabetically or by population statistics.

How many states are in USA?

50 States United States: The 50 States and the District of Columbia. Continental United States: The 49 States (including Alaska, excluding Hawaii) located on the continent of North America, and the District of Columbia.

Does Washington DC count as one of the 50 states?

The Constitution dictates that the federal district be under the jurisdiction of the US Congress. Washington, DC operates as a state while also performing functions of a city and a county. We are treated as a state in more than 500 federal laws. We are leaders in a region of 4 million people and growing.

Which US state is the oldest?

AUGUSTA, Maine - The U.S. Census Bureau says Maine is still the nation's oldest state, with New Hampshire and Vermont right behind. The 2017 American Community Survey found the median age in Maine was 44.6, virtually unchanged from 2016.

When did Alaska and Hawaii become states?

1959 1867: Alaska territory purchased from Russia for $7 million. 1898: Hawaii annexed as a United States territory. 1959: Alaska and Hawaii admitted, respectively, as the 49th and 50th states of the Union.

Why is there 7 red stripes on the American flag?

Today the flag consists of 13 horizontal stripes, seven red alternating with six white. The stripes represent the original 13 Colonies and the stars represent the 50 states of the Union.

What year is a 48 star flag?

1912 The number of stars on the American flag first grew to 48 in 1912 with the addition of New Mexico and Arizona. President William Howard Taft issued an Executive Order that year that formalized the appearance of the flag for the first time.

How old is USA?

Technically, America is 245 years old: the nation first declared her independence from Great Britain on July 4th, 1776.

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