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State Government Information Index: Neb.-NJ

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

Nebraska

Nebraska

Population*: 1,826,341 (rank: 38)

Area: 77,354 sq.miles (rank: 16)
Pop. Density: 23.8/sq.mile (rank: 43)

Capital: Lincoln

Became a state March 1, 1867 (#37)

*Population figures are from 2010 Census.


State government website: www.nebraska.gov

Tourism website: www.visitnebraska.com


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New Hampshire

New Hampshire

Population*: 1,316,470 (rank: 42)

Area: 9,350 sq.miles (rank: 41)
Pop. Density: 147/sq.mile (rank: 21)

Capital: Concord

9th of original 13 states to ratify the Constitution: June 21, 1788

*Population figures are from 2010 Census.


State government website: www.nh.gov

Tourism website: www.visitnh.gov


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Nevada

Nevada

Population*: 2,700,551 (rank: 35)

Area: 110,561 sq.miles (rank: 7)
Pop. Density: 24.6/sq.mile (rank: 42)

Capital: Carson City

Became a state October 31, 1864 (#36)

*Population figures are from 2010 Census.


State government website: nv.gov

Tourism website: travelnevada.com


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New Jersey

New Jersey

Population*: 8,791,894 (rank: 11)

Area: 8,721 sq.miles (rank: 47)
Pop. Density: 1,195.5/sq.mile (rank: 1)

Capital: Trenton

3rd of original 13 states to ratify the Constitution: Dec. 18, 1787

*Population figures are from 2010 Census.


State government website: www.state.nj.us

Tourism website: www.visitnj.org


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