How To Navigate This Site

 

     This website is designed to help you quickly locate a website page that will provide the information you are searching for. We are not here to educate you, only to provide a safe pathway to your destination. Many middle school teachers and concerned parents use our website as a safe educational portal, free from 3rd party tracking cookies, virus, and pop-up ads.

 

Home Page:

     Near the top of the page you can click on any State link to go to that state's official government website. Below the state's list you'll find over 50 links to official federal government, library, museum, and historical documents sites. Nearer the bottom you'll find the shapes of the states, click on any image and go to that state's wikipedia page. Time Zones are listed at the bottom of the page.

 

Quick Facts Page:

     Here you'll find a gallery of 'state bird' images. Click on any image to go to that state bird's quick facts page. You'll find a brief summary of state facts and a list of cities in that state. Click on any city link and go to that cities official city-government website. Use the green-arrows at the top and bottom of the pages to go to the next/previous state quick fact page. Or just close the window to view all 50 state birds again, and navigate the section that way.

 

State Capitals Page:

     Near the top of the page you can click on any State Capital link to go to that capital's official government website. Nearer the bottom you'll find the shapes of the states, click on any image and go to that state capital's wikipedia page. 

 

Capitol Buildings Page:

     Near the top of the page you can click on any State Capitol link to enlarge that image. Nearer the bottom you'll find a map of the states, click on any state and go to that state capitol's wikipedia page.

 

State Flags Page:

      Click on any flag to go to that state's flag page. You'll find a flag description and a brief summary of flag facts along with a list of cities in that state. Click on any city link and go to that cities wikipedia page. At the bottom of the page you can click on any flag to see an enlarged image of that flag. Use the green-arrows at the top and bottom of the pages to go to the next/previous state flag page. Or just close the window to view all 50 state flags again, and navigate the section that way.

 

State Abbreviations Page:

       Click on the 'printer friendly' link to go to a printer friendly list of state abbreviations. Below, you'll find a gallery of 'state seal' images. Click on any image to enlarge it.

 

U.S. Territories Page:

     Click on any 'Territory' link to go to it's wikipedia page. Below, you'll find a map of the Territories. 

 

Population Page:

     A United States 2010 Census list of each state's population with future estimates up to 2013.

 

Quiz Page:

     A short list of random trivia questions about the 50 States. 

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