The United States of America is a combination of constituent political entities. Currently, the United States consists of 50 states out of maps, each of which wields jurisdiction over a separate and defined geographic area and shares with the federal government.
There are many map versions in the US. But, if you take a look at the map of the Contiguous United States, you may be a little bit confused since it only consists of 48 states. Why is that? Because geographic contiguity means geographical land division as a group and not being interrupted by other sea or land.
Hawaii and Alaska are excluded from the map of the Contiguous United States because both of them do not share borders with the other US States.
For now, the states in the United States number 50. Until now, this number has remained the same since Hawaii and Alaska joined to become the newest state member in the US. However, many people think that the US has 52 states. This is because there are a number of possible candidates who could become states, such as Puerto Rico and Washington D.C.The second possibility is because there is confusion over whether Hawaii and Alaska are already included in the “50 states” count. Because when we see the map of the Contiguous United States of America, Hawaii and Alaska shoved off. So people think that there are 50 states out maps plus Hawaii and Alaska.
We also have more printable map you may like:
Printable Physical Map Of Us
Large Printable Map Of Arizona
All 50 States Map Printable
The flag of the United States of America is best known as the US Flag or the American flag is the national flag for the United States of America. The flag consists of thirteen horizontal stripes of whites and reds, and blue rectangles bearing 50 tiny stars representing the union of 50 states in the United States of America.
The flag has been used since the US declared its independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain since July 4th, 1777. The flag has been changed for the 27th time. The last design change was the addition of two stars representing the merging of Hawaii and Alaska in 1959. The design is now the longest-used design in 60 years was ordered by President Eisenhower in 1959. Then, the flag officially adopted in 1960.