US States

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CultureGrams States Edition

These colorful and easy-to-read state reports help upper elementary-aged students understand the diversity and history of each U.S. State and the District of Columbia. Reports includes maps, flags, recipes, famous people, fun facts, symbols, and timelines, plus sections on history, economy, geography, population and more.


Click on 50 States section to compare and contrast information in CultureGrams State Edition.

Geography->US States

Search on a specific state or other topics related to your state.


Search on a specific state or other topics related to your state.

OPEN or FREE Websites

Use the interactive US map to locate a state and access US Census data about it and the entire US.

The U. S. Census Bureau developed the American FactFinder Kids' Site in collaboration with Allison Druin from the Human-Computer Interaction Lab (HCIL) at the University of Maryland. Dr. Druin is a national leader in the effort to include children as active design technology partners.

State Facts for Students/US Census


U.S. State and Territory Online Encyclopedias

United States Guides

Library of Congress