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The Northeast region


Connecticut

Highest point: Massachusetts border on south slope of Mount Frissell, 2,379 ft (725 m)

Maine

Highest point: Mount Katahdin, 5,270 ft (1606.4 m)

Massachusetts

Highest point: Mount Greylock, 3,489 ft (1063.4 m)

New Jersey

Highest point: High Point, 1,803 ft (549.6 m)

New York

Highest point: Mount Marcy, 5,344 ft (1,629 m)

Pennsylvania

Highest point: Mount Davis, 3,213 ft (979 metres)

New Hampshire

Highest point: Mount Washington, 6,288 ft (1916.66 m)

Rhode Island

Highest point: Jerimoth Hill, 812 ft (247 m)
Rhode Island is America's smallest state

Vermont

Highest point: Mount Mansfield, 4,395 ft (1340 m)

Southern region

Alabama

Highest point: Mount Cheaha, 2,413 ft (735.5 m)

Arkansas

Highest point: Magazine Mountain, 2,753 ft (839 m)

Delaware

Highest point: Near the Ebright Azimuth 447 ft (136.2 m)

Florida

Highest point: Britton Hill, 345 ft (105 m)

Georgia

Highest point: Brasstown Bald, 4,784 ft (1458 m)

Kentucky

Highest point: Black Mountain, 4,145 ft (1263 m)

Louisiana

Highest point: Driskill Mountain, 535 ft (163 m)

Maryland

Highest point: Hoye-Crest, 3,360 ft (1024 m)

Mississippi

Highest point: Woodall Mountain, 807 ft (246.0 m)

Oklahoma

Highest point: Black Mesa, 4,975 ft (1516 m)

North Carolina

Highest point: Mount Mitchell, 6,684 ft (2037 m)

South Carolina

Highest point: Sassafras Mountain, 3,560 ft (1,085 m)

Tennessee

Highest point: Clingmans Dome, 6,643 ft (2025 m)

Texas

Highest point: Guadalupe Peak, 8,751 feet (2,667 m)

Virginia

Highest point: Mount Rogers, 5,729 ft (1746 m)

West Virginia

Highest point: Mount Rogers, 5,729 ft (1746 m)

Mid-West Region

Illinois

Highest point: Charles Mound, 1,235-foot (376 m)
(Willis Tower, formly Sears Tower, is 1,729 to it's tip)

Indiana

Highest point: Hoosier Hill, 1,257 ft (383 m)

Iowa

Highest point: Hawkeye Point, 1,671 ft (509 m)

Kansas

Highest point: Mount Sunflower, 4,041 ft (1232 m)
The Geographic Center of the United States (contiguous 48) is located about two miles northwest of Lebanon, Kansas

Michigan

Highest point: Mount Arvon, 1,979 ft (603 m)

Minnesota

Highest point: Eagle Mountain, 2,302 ft (701 m)

Missouri

Highest point: Taum Sauk Mountain, 1,772 ft (540 m)

Nebraska

Highest point: Panorama Point, 5,424 ft (1654 m)

North Dakota

Highest point: White Butte, 3,508 ft (1069 m)

South Dakota

Highest point: Harney Peak, 7,244 ft (2208 m)

Wisconsin

Highest point: Timms Hill, 1,951 ft (595 m)

The West

Alaska

Highest point: Mount McKinley (Denali) 20,320 ft (6194 m)
America's highest point is Mt. McKinley, Alaska
Alaska is America's largest state

Arizona

Highest point: Humphreys Peak, 12,637 ft (3852 m)

California

Highest point: Mount Whitney, 14,505 ft (4,421.0 m)
California is America's largest state by population
America's lowest point is Death Valley, California

Colorado

Highest point: Mount Elbert, 14,440 ft (4401.2 m)

Hawaii

Highest point: Mauna Kea, 13,796 ft (4205.0 m)

Idaho

Highest point: Borah Peak, 12,662 ft (3,859 m)

Montana

Highest point: Boundary Peak, 13,147 ft (4007.1 m)

Nevada

Highest point: Boundary Peak, 13,147 ft (4007.1 m)

New Mexico

Highest point: Wheeler Peak, 13,167 ft (4013.3 m)

Oregon

Highest point: Mount Hood, 11,249 ft (3,428.8 m)

Utah

Highest point: Kings Peak, 13,518 ft (4,120.3 m)

Washington

Highest point: Mount Rainier, 14,411 ft (4,392 m)

Wyoming

Highest point: Gannett Peak, 13,809 ft (4209.1 m)
Wyoming is America's smallest state by population

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