New York (NY)

  • Admission to Statehood:
    July 26, 1788 (11th State)
  • Area:
    • Area: 54,475 sq.mi (141,090 sq.km.), 27th
    • Land: 47,224 sq.mi. (122,310 sq.km.), 30th
    • Water: 7,251 sq.mi. (18,780 sq.km.), 8th
    • Great Lakes: 3,901 sq.mi. (10,104 sq.km.),3rd
    • Coastline: 127 mi. (204 km.), 14th
    • Shoreline: 1,850 mi. (2,977 km.), 13th
  • Constitution:
    New York's Constitution , 11th State
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  • Population (2019):
    19,651,127; Rank: 3 of 50 | Population Quick Facts
  • Area:
    • Area: 54,475 sq.mi (141,090 sq.km.), 27th
    • Land: 47,224 sq.mi. (122,310 sq.km.), 30th
    • Water: 7,251 sq.mi. (18,780 sq.km.), 8th
    • Great Lakes: 3,901 sq.mi. (10,104 sq.km.),3rd
    • Coastline: 127 mi. (204 km.), 14th
    • Shoreline: 1,850 mi. (2,977 km.), 13th
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  • County Profile:
    New York County Map , 62 Counties
  • Geographic Center:
    Madison, 26 miles southwest of Utica
  • Highest Point:
    Mt. Marcy ; 5,344 feet, ( 1,629 m. )21st tallest
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  • Lowest Point:
    New York; sea level, tied for 3rd lowest
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    Image | | Highest and most rugged mountains in the northeast Adirondack upland; Saint Lawrence-Champlain lowlands extend from Lake Ontario northeast along the Canadian border; Hudson-Mohawk lowland follows the flows of the rivers north and west; Atlantic coastal plain in the southeast; Appalachian Highlands, cover half the state westward from the Hudson Valley, including the Catskill Mountains Finger Lakes; plateau of Erie-Ontario lowlands.
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  • Economy:
    • Agriculture: Dairy products, cattle and other livestock, vegetables, nursery stock, apples.
    • Industry: Printing and publishing, scientific instruments, electric equipment, machinery, chemical products, tourism.
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