Ohio Facts

Capital Columbus Became a State March 1, 1803 (17th) Location Midwestern United States Area 44,825 sq. miles (34th) Population 11,538,504 (7th) Major Cities Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Toledo, Akron, Dayton, Youngstown Products machines, tires and rubber products, steel, processed foods, tools, fishing, Swiss cheese, eggs, tomatoes, milk, corn, Read More

Maryland Facts

Capital Annapolis Became a State April 28, 1788 (7th) Location southern United States Area 12,407 sq. miles (42nd) Population 5,773,552 (19th) Major Cities Baltimore, Annapolis, Bethesda, Cumberland Products commercial fishing, cucumbers, watermelons, sweet corn, tomatoes, musk melons, squash, peas, tobacco, mining Climate humid subtropical: hot, Read More

Maine Facts

Capital Augusta Became a State March 15, 1820 (23rd) Location New England region of United States Area 35,385 sq. miles (39th) Population 1,328,361 (42nd) Major Cities Portland, Augusta, Bangor, Bar Harbor Products poultry, eggs, dairy products, cattle, wild blueberries, apples, maple syrup, maple sugar, potatoes, lobster and ground fishing, paper, Read More

Illinois Facts

Capital Springfield Became a State December 3,1818 (21st) Location midwestern United States Area 57,914 sq. miles (25th) Population 12,830,632 (h5th) Major Cities Chicago, Rockford, Springfield Products corn, soybeans, wheat, hogs, cattle, dairy products, timber, coal, petroleum Climate humid, continental - hot humid summers – cool, cold Read More

Georgia Facts

Capital Atlanta Became a State January 2, 1788 (4th) Location southeastern United States Area 59,425 sq. miles (24th) Population 9,687,653 (9th) Major Cities Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus, Savannah, Athens, Macon Products poultry, eggs, pecans, peaches, peanuts, rye, cattle, hogs, turfgrass, vegetables, transportation equipment, food processing, textiles, Read More