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State Government Information Index: W

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

Washington

Washington

Population*: 6,724,540 (rank: 13)

Area:71,300 sq.miles (rank: 18)
Pop. Density: 101.2/sq.mile (rank: 25)

Capital: Olympia

Became a state November 11, 1889 (#42)

*Population figures are from 2010 Census.


State government website: access.wa.gov

Tourism website: www.experiencewa.com


Libraries and other organizations with state information pages:

West Virginia

West Virginia

Population*: 1,852,994 (rank: 37)

Area: 24,230 sq.miles (rank: 41)
Pop. Density: 77.1/sq.mile (rank: 29)

Capital: Charleston

Became a state June 20, 1863 (#35)

*Population figures are from 2010 Census.


State government website: www.wv.gov

Tourism website: www.wvcommerce.org/travel


Libraries and other organizations with state information pages:

Wisconsin

Wisconsin

Population*: 5,686,986 (rank: 20)

Area: 65,498 sq.miles (rank: 23)
Pop. Density: 105/sq.mile (rank: 23)

Capital: Madison

Became a state May 29, 1848 (#30)

*Population figures are from 2010 Census.


State government website: www.wisconsin.gov/state/

Tourism website: www.travelwisconsin.com


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Wyoming

Wyoming

Population*: 563,626 (rank: 50)

Area: 97,814 sq.miles (rank: 10)
Pop. Density: 5.8/sq.mile (rank: 49)

Capital: Cheyenne

Became a state July 10, 1890 (#44)

*Population figures are from 2010 Census.


State government website: www.wyoming.gov

Tourism website: www.wyomingtourism.org


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