This Homework Answer page provides links to United States population, history, and geography facts for kids and adults.
Click on any one of the frequently asked questions shown below for a brief but descriptive answer.
Learn about United States land areas, important historical figures, populations, cultural advances, and more.
How old is the United States?
A brief glance at early American history.
What state was called Franklin?
- People not from there don't often know that there ever was such a U.S. state.
What are some interesting facts about the state of Virginia? - Historical significance, population, tourism and more.
What are some interesting facts about Kentucky? - History, horses, landscape and more.
When did Texas become a State? - Notes on the founding of the "Lone Star State."
Where was the first public library in the United States? - and some interesting facts about the city.
What is the oldest state park in America? - Hint: It's flooded.
What is geography? - A simple description of a tough subject.
In what hemisphere is the United States? - It depends on how you slice the world in half.
Where can I find a printable map? - Links to dozens of free printable maps representing parts of America, as well as other parts of the world.
What is the largest state in America? - Hint: Not everyone believes it's actually "IN" America.
What is the smallest state in America?
- Map and summary of America's littlest state.
Where is the Grand Canyon? - A short summary of one of America's biggest tourist attractions.
How many people live in the United States? - Population statistics, overall and by state.
What is the population of California? - Population stats and maps with states and cities.
What is American citizenship? - Legal definition, basic requirements and citizenship test questions.
What are some interesting facts about the Empire State Building? - Brief summary and fun facts about a popular American landmark.
What are some interesting facts about the Statue of Liberty? - Brief summary and fun facts about another popular American landmark.
Where are the coolest Roller Coasters in America? - Brief descriptions and photos of America's fastest, farthest and just-plain scariest roller coaster rides.
Who invented baseball? - and other fascinating facts about the game.
Discounted Flights, Hotels, and Vacation Packages all over America.
Low-Cost Car Insurance in all 50 states and Washington DC.
Universities and PhD Programs in all 50 states and Washington DC.