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  1. Mar 18, 2021 · Map showing the doubly landlocked states of the United States. A doubly landlocked state is a state that has access to an ocean, bay, or gulf through two other states. Ten states in the US are doubly landlocked and have access to three of the world’s oceans; the Pacific, Atlantic, and Arctic Oceans.

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    • Arizona and Arkansas. The Pacific Coast is accessible from Arizona through the states of California while the Gulf of California is accessible through the Mexican state of Sonora.
    • District of Columbia and Idaho. The District of Columbia is the capital of the U.S; it was created on July 16, 1790, after the states of Maryland and Virginia both ceded land for the creation of the Unions capital.
    • Kentucky and Michigan. The State of Kentucky can access the Atlantic Ocean by traversing through the State of Virginia. However, the state can also cross into Illinois or Indiana to access Lake Mississippi, and Ohio to access Lake Erie.
    • Minnesota and Montana. To access the Hudson Bay, Minnesotans have to travel across the province of Manitoba, or Ontario to access the James Bay. However, Minnesota has direct access to Lake Superior which allows the state to access the Atlantic Ocean through the Saint Lawrence Seaway.
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  3. Oct 21, 2020 · of the state’s major metropolitan areas, North Carolina’s Uwharrie National Forest contains a number of landlocked tracts of public land. These two parcels add up to 150 acres straddling Wysner Mountain. Arkansas: Northwest of the confluence of the White and Arkansas Rivers, nearly 575 acres of the Dale Bumpers White River

  4. Mar 14, 2023 · Parts or all of 31 states plus two Canadian provinces drain into the Mississippi River, totaling 41% of the contiguous United States and 15% of North America. Along with being the largest U.S. drainage basin, the Mississippi also creates borders for 10 states.

  5. › wiki › TennesseeTennessee - Wikipedia

    1 day ago · Tennessee covers roughly 42,143 square miles (109,150 km 2 ), of which 926 square miles (2,400 km 2 ), or 2.2%, is water. It is the 16th smallest state in land area. The state is about 440 miles (710 km) long from east to west and 112 miles (180 km) wide from north to south.

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  6. Mar 1, 2023 · The landlocked state of North Dakota is bordered by the states of Montana in the west; by Minnesota in the east; by South Dakota in the south and by the Canadian provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba in the north. Regional Maps: Map of North America.

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