What Are the Farthest Points in the United States?
By Matt Rosenberg/ThoughtCo
The northernmost state in the United States is easy to guess: Alaska. But what about the state that is the farthest east? This is a trick question. Although you might guess Maine, technically the answer could be considered Alaska as well.
Determining which state is the farthest north, south, east, and west in the United States depends on your perspective. Are you looking at all 50 states or just the lower 48 contiguous states? Are you considering the way it looks on a map or judging by the lines of latitude and longitude?
Here’s an interesting bit of trivia: Alaska is the state that is the farthest north, east, and west.
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