U.S. States: Ask the Fact Monster Questions
Updated February 23, 2017 | Factmonster Staff
- What states other than New Jersey do not allow customers to pump their own gas at gas stations?
- Where does the name California come from?
- Which state in the Union has the highest number of electoral college votes?
- Which U.S. state produces the most coal?
- I'm a student in middle school, and I'd appreciate it a lot if you guys could send me some information on the state of Georgia.
- What state was formerly known as the "Hog and Hominy State"?
- Which U.S. state has the largest active volcano?
- Which U.S. state shares the most borders with other states?
- I find the site great, but I couldn't find what I was looking for, and maybe you guys could help with that. I'm trying to collect the adjectives for the people from all the states, that is, what am I if I come from Utah? A Utahian?
- Could you provide me with a list of each state and when that state became a part of the United State of America? I don't have the time to look up each state individually.
- Which of the United States are correctly referred to as commonwealths and not states?
- Which state is known as the "Gem State"?
- What is the least populous state in the United States?
- El Salvador is most closely equivalent in size to what U.S. state?
- What is the meaning of the name "Hawaii" and the name "Idaho"?
- What is the only U.S. state that has never had a earthquake?
- The state of North Carolina is nicknamed The Tar Heel State. Where did this nickname originate? What does it mean?
- O.K., experts. Where can I find the best beaches in the United States?