In 1819, it became the 22nd state, and some of its most influential historical landmarks include Martin Luther King, Jr.'s church and the Rosa Parks Museum.
Aptly nicknamed the Heart of Dixie, Alabama is home to more than 4.8 million people, and they're typically known for their Southern charm, hardworking spirits, and love of college football.
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But remember good things come in small packages -- on the flip side, it's the sixth most densely populated.
Some other things worth noting about Delaware is its impressive nickname, the First State, identifying it as having been the first to ratify the Constitution.
Florida is made up of beautiful beaches, lush everglades, and majestic farmland, and let's not forget attractions like Disney World, the Kennedy Space Center, the Daytona 500, and Ernest Hemingway's house.
Thanks to the University of Florida, Florida State University, and other popular educational institutions, the Sunshine State has a large college (and single! The median age for the state’s 20.6 million residents is 40.
Its cities, including Little Rock, Fort Smith, and Fayetteville, are rich in athletics (the Razorbacks), the arts (the King Opera House), literature ("I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings"), music (Johnny Cash), and nature (forests, caves, mountains, rivers, and, of course, hot springs).