What Is the Largest State in North America?

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Alaska is the largest state in North America with a land area of about 1,518,800 square km. It has the longest coastline among all the other states and a population of about 730,000 people.
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The largest state in North America is the 49th state Alaska. It is sometimes referred to as the 'last frontier'. It's total landmass is 586, 412 sq miles, is more than twice the size of Texas and 52 miles from the mainland of Russia . Alaska can be divided into 3 regions; the mountains along the southern coast-which comprise of 6, 640 miles of rugged coastline; the lowlands and hills of the interior; and the mountains and Arctic shore in the north.
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Nunavut in Canada at 2,093,190 sq km (808,185 sq mi)which is larger than Alaska. Canada does not have states. Their political units are called Provinces.
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The largest state in the United States is Alaska. Texas is the second largest state, but Alaska is 2.5 times larger than Texas. Alaska has a total land area of 586,412 square miles.
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Alaska has a total landmass is 1,518,800 sq kilometres (586,412 sq miles)
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Alaska is the largest North Am. state: land mass is 586,412 sq miles! But CA has largest population.
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