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Alaska
      
Is the Northern-most State
Alaska
      
Is the Western-most State
California
      
Has the Largest County
San Bernardino. Nearly 3 million acres (1.2 million hectares).
California
      
Raises the Most Turkeys
Colorado
      
Has the City With the Highest Elevation
Leadville
Colorado
      
Has the Highest Mean Altitude
Delaware
      
Has a Lady Bug As Its Official State Bug
Delaware
      
Is the Only State Without Any National Park System Units
Hawaii
      
Is the Southern-most State
Hawaii
      
Is the Widest State
Kansas
      
Has the Windiest City
Dodge City
Maine
      
Is the Eastern-most State
Prior to 1965 when the international dateline was jogged west of the Aleutians, Alaska was both western-most and eastern-most state.
Maine
      
Shares Its Border With Only One Other State
New Hampshire
Massachusetts
      
Had the First College
Harvard
Massachusetts
      
Had the First Subway System in the Country
Nevada
      
Has the Most Land Owned by the U.S. Government
86%
Nevada
      
Takes Its Name from the Spanish for 'snow-clad'
New Jersey
      
Has the Highest Population Density
New Mexico
      
Has the State Capital With the Highest Elevation
Santa Fe
North Carolina
      
Is the Originating State of the Krispy Kreme Doughnut Chain
Oregon
      
Has the Most Ghost Towns
Rhode Island
      
Is the Last of the Original 13 Colonies to Become a State
Tennessee
      
Has the Most Visited National Park in the U.S.
Great Smokey Mountains National Park
Tennessee
      
Is Home to the 'Turtle Capitol of the World'
Utah
      
Has the Highest Literacy Rate in the Nation
Vermont
      
Has the Only State Capital Without a McDonald's
Montpelier
Vermont
      
Was the First to Be Admitted to the Union After the Ratification of the Consitution
Wisconsin
      
Produces More Milk Than Any Other State


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