What do the airplane, the light bulb and chewing gum have in common? They are three of the many inventions developed by people in Ohio. There’s also the traffic light, cash register, vacuum cleaner and yes, even Teflon. Ohio was home to many inventors, including...
All About States – 50 State Blogs
California is the third largest state in the country, followed by Alaska and Texas. But more people live here than in any other US state. So do the most turkeys and the world’s largest tree (as of 2022). It’s 275 feet tall, lives in Sequoia National Park, and even has...
New Mexico has a lot of charm and a mysterious history. Perhaps you’ve heard of the city of Roswell? Some people claimed that a UFO crashed there in 1947. Since then, everything and anything happening in the city seems to be related to aliens. The city built a UFO...
All about Iowa! Did you know that Iowa ranks amongst the stats with the highest graduation and literacy rates? Learn more about Iowa in our blog post.
All about Missouri! Like sandwiches? The machine that slices bread was invented here! Learn more about Missouri in our blog post.
All about Oklahoma! Did you know that the longest lightning flash ever recorded happened here? Learn more about Oklahoma in our blog post.
All about Kansas! Did you know that Kansas is nicknamed the “Sunflower State”? Learn more about Kansas in our blog post.
All about Illinois! Did you know that Illinois is called the “Land of Lincoln”? Or that the world’s tallest man lived here? Learn more about Illinois in our blog post.
All about Indiana! Did you know that Indiana is home to a town named Popcorn? Learn more about Indiana in our blog post.
All about Nebraska! Did you know that the largest porch swing in the world is located here? Learn more about Nebraska in our blog post.
All about Hawaii! Did you know that the island of Hawaii has 8 active volcanoes? Or that it was the first US state to outlaw plastic bags? Learn more in our blog post.
All about Colorado! Did you know that cheeseburgers were invented here? Learn all about Colorado in our blog post.
All about South Dakota! Did you know that South Dakota is home to more than 175 species of butterflies and 400 species of birds? Learn more in our blog post!
All about North Dakota! The Badlands, snow angels and french fry feeds – did you ever imagine you’d hear these terms in the same sentence? Learn more about North Dakota in our blog post.
All about Wisconsin! Did you know that farm animals have the right of way on Wisconsin roads & highways? Learn more fun facts in our blog post about Wisconsin.
All about Nevada! Did you know that Nevada is home to the country’s largest wild horse population? Or that the Las Vegas Strip boasts more than 75,000 miles of neon lights? Learn more interesting info about Nevada in our post!
Did you know that the name ‘Texas’ comes from a Caddo Indian word, “tayshas,” which means friends or allies? Learn all about Texas in our blog post!
All about Oregon! Did you know that Oregon has more ghost towns than any other state? Learn more about America’s 33rd state in our blog post.
All about Minnesota! Learn all about the history of Minnesota as well as crazy, fun and just plain weird facts about the land of 10,000 lakes.
All about Utah! Find out what really happened; stuff you should know; and the crazy, funny or just plain weird facts about Utah in our blog post.
All about Wyoming! Did you know that Wyoming is the 10th largest state in the US, but has the smallest population of any state in the country? Learn more interesting & unique facts in our blog post!
All about Montana! Did you know that in 2015, a black bear decided to join the student population in Bozeman, Montana? Learn more unique facts about Big Sky Country in our blog post!
Did you know that camels have been a part of Arizona’s history since the 1800s? Learn more interesting and unique facts about Arizona in our blog post!
When you think of Idaho, we’re guessing your first thought isn’t waterfalls. In fact, you might be familiar with Niagara Falls, a group of three spectacular waterfalls in the state of New York. But, did you know that Idaho is actually home to the Niagara of the West?...
All about Alaska! Did you know that one of Alaska’s laws states that you can’t wait a sleeping bear to take a selfie? Learn more interesting information about Alaska in our blog post.
The state of Washington (not to be confused with Washington, D.C., the nation’s capital), is in the northwestern United States. There are only two states that are further north than Washington. Can you name them? Washington is bordered by just two other states:...