When most people like of America, they think of a democracy, where people are free to do whatever they want, as long as it does not break the law. In 2019, the population of the United States was roughly 330 million.
1. More people walk to work in Alaska than any other state in America.
2. According to history, the first man to land on the moon was Apollo 11 Commander Neil Armstrong. It was recorded that Armstrong stepped on the moon on July 20, 1969. However, there is 27 percent of Americans that do not believe we landed on the moon.
3. The official colors of the American flag are known as White, Old Glory Blue and Old Glory Red.
4. California’s official state animal is the grizzly bear. However, there has been no reported sighting of a grizzly bear in California since 1922.
5. Battle Creek, Michigan is the most notable for breakfast cereal. In fact, more breakfast cereal is made in Battle Creek than any other city in the United States.
6. According to Montana state government, the state houses three times more cows than people. The state also has the largest migratory elk herd in the United States. The term “Montana” is derived from the Spanish word “mountain” and its nickname is “Treasure State.”
7. Hemp paper is derived from the hemp plant, which has multiple strains that are utilized for specific purposes. Hemp paper was utilized for the creation of the Declaration of Independence.
8. There are various images hidden inside the design on the American dollar bill, including an eye, star, the number 13, Malta cross, Shiva, forever alone face, owl and a spider.
9. It has been recorded in history that Thomas Jefferson and John Adams died on July 4, 1826. This date was 50 years after the signing of the Declaration of Independence.