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This page links to a printable United States Map, and also contains assorted links to land areas, zip codes and other geographical features of states. Each of the following links will take you to a map or a list of states, with specific geographical data for each state.
ZIP CODE LIST links to more than a dozen crisp, clear, free printable zip code maps depicting various major U.S. cities such as Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Miami and New York.
UNITED STATES MAP A free printable map featuring cities, roadways and geographical features. Also provides links to maps of individual states, clickable photo quizzes and more.
AREA MEASUREMENTS shows a list of states ranked in order of total square miles per state. Also shows ratios between land and water areas.
MILES BETWEEN CITIES This page displays an reader friendly, cross-referenced chart that shows the approximate driving distances between 48 major U.S. cities.
FARMLAND This page features a list showing how many acres of each state's land is devoted to the farming industry. Cool photos, too.
CROPS This page provides a description of each state's main agricultural output, with several simple, helpful maps.
MINERALS This colorful page reveals an itemized list of states, along with each state's major industrial mineral production, along with clear details images of various mineral forms.
ENERGY This page gives an overview of various natural energy resources listed by state The list includes oil, gas, coal, water and nuclear power.
Interesting but Random Facts About U.S. Geography:
On a typical weekday, 6.7 million people commute to Manhattan.
The U.S. state of Texas is one third the size of Greenland.
Disney World in Orlando Florida is twice the size of Manhattan.
Hawaii is the only US state that grows coffee.
Lake Pontchartrain Causeway (in New Orleans, Louisiana) is the world's longest bridge. It spans nearly 24 miles.
The Atlantic Ocean is saltier than the Pacific Ocean.
The Canada-United States border is the world's longest International border. It spans almost four thousand miles.
The Great Lakes contain six quadrillion gallons of fresh water, accounting for twenty percent of the world's entire supply of fresh surface water.
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