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History.com: The States

Learn something new about all 50 states and Washington, D. C.
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Learn something new about all 50 states and Washington, D. C. Just click on each link to see beautiful pictures taken throughout that state. Read articles and fact sheets to learn general information, and then look for more specific information through videos and speeches. Primary resources provide focus on little-known details and work to both teach and inspire further research. Whether you already know a lot about a state or you are just exploring it for the first time, you are bound to learn something new.

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