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- Alaska (U.S. state) [r]: The largest and most northerly state in the U.S. but sparse in population (pop. 670,053). [e]
- California (U.S. state) [r]: A state of the United States located on the west coast of the North American continent. [e]
- Delaware (U.S. state) [r]: A State of the Eastern USA. [e]
- Denver [r]: Centrally located capital of Colorado, at an altitude of 5,280' (one mile high) with a 2021 city population of 711,463 and a metro area population of 2,862,000. [e]
- Iowa [r]: 29th state of the USA [e]
- Minnesota [r]: State located in the Midwestern United States of America. [e]
- Ohio [r]: The 17th state admitted to the United States of America. [e]
- Oregon [r]: State in the north west of the United States of America. [e]
- South Carolina [r]: A State in the South-eastern USA. [e]
- South Dakota [r]: One of the 50 states of the United States of America (statehood 1889, 40th state) located on the Great Plains in north central U.S.; est. population (2008) 804,000. [e]
- Vermont [r]: 14th state of the USA [e]
- Wisconsin [r]: An American state in the upper Midwest with an area of 65,498 square miles (169,639 km²);estimated population (2008) is 5,627,967. [e]