What Is the Northernmost Point in the Lower 48 States?

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The northernmost point in the contiguous United States is Northwest Angle, Minnesota (49.38407°N, 95.15274°W). This is an inlet in Lake of the Woods, Minnesota. It's the only point in the lower states that passes the 49th parallel.
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