THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Helps Memorize State Facts and Directions
Author Howard Caulfield has been interested in the state shapes for years, particularly states like Michigan, where the Upper Peninsula is separated from the rest of the state and states, West Virginia and how it was formed. The arch at the top of Delaware was always a mystery for him as well. So, as a "bucket list" item for him, Caulfield started the book when he retired. "The United States of America": State Borders and other State Facts is a brief summary of the north, south, east and west borders for each state. It also provides other state facts in a concise two pages for each state. While most of this information is available through other sources, Caulfield was not able to find the information without going to multiple sources. This book provides all the information in a condensed format.
Learning about what and where state borders are has never been an easier read. "The United States of America": State Borders and Other State Facts is concise and provides readers a simple way to understand north, south, east and west borders as well as providing bordering states and other state facts that are usually scattered throughout a number of other sources.
Readers can use this book for one-stop summaries for each state including pre-state status, state flag and other state facts. Every household interested in U.S. geography should keep this book handy for quick reference. Every library should have this on their shelves.