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State Government Information Index: Maine-Mich.

basic information about each state and links to pages developed by libraries and other organizations providing detailed access to state government web sites

Maine

Maine

Population*: 1,328,361 (rank: 40)

Area: 35,385 sq.miles (rank: 41)
Pop. Density: 43/sq.mile (rank: 38)

Capital: Augusta

Became a state March 15, 1820 (#23)

*Population figures are from 2010 Census.


State government website: www.maine.gov/portal/

Tourism website: www.visitmaine.com


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Maryland

Maryland

Population*: 5,773,552 (rank: 19)

Area: 12,407 sq.miles (rank: 42)

Pop. Density: 594.8/sq.mile (rank: 5)

Capital: Annapolis

7th of original 13 states to ratify the Constitution: April 28, 1788

*Population figures are from 2010 Census.


State government website: www.maryland.gov

Tourism website: visitmaryland.org


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Massachusetts

Massachusetts

Population*: 6,547,629 (rank: 14)

Area: 10,555 sq.miles (rank: 44)
Pop. Density: 839.4/sq.mile (rank: 5)

Capital: Boston

6th of original 13 states to ratify the Constitution: February 6, 1788

*Population figures are from 2010 Census.


State government website: www.mass.gov/portal/

Tourism website: www.massvacation.com


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Michigan

Michigan

Population*: 9,883,640 (rank: 8)

Area: 96,716 sq.miles (rank: 11)
Pop. Density: 174.8/sq.mile (rank: 17)

Capital: Lansing

Became a state Jan. 26, 1837 (#26)

*Population figures are from 2010 Census.


State government website: www.michigan.gov

Tourism website: www.michigan.org


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