Which state has the most land?

  1. Alaska - 570,374 square miles
  2. Texas - 261,914
  3. California - 155,973
  4. Montana - 145,556
  5. New Mexico - 121,365
  6. Arizona - 113,642
  7. Nevada - 109,806
  8. Colorado - 103,729
  9. Wyoming - 97,105
  10. Oregon - 96,003
  11. Idaho - 82,751
  12. Utah - 82,168
  13. Kansas - 81,823
  14. Minnesota - 79,617
  15. Nebraska - 75,898
  16. South Dakota - 77,122
  17. North Dakota - 68,994
  18. Missouri - 68,898
  19. Oklahoma - 68,679
  20. Washington - 66,582
  21. Georgia - 57,918
  22. Michigan - 56,809
  23. Iowa - 55,875
  24. Illinois - 55,593
  25. Wisconsin - 54,314
  26. Florida - 53,997
  27. Arkansas - 52,075
  28. Alabama - 50,750
  29. North Carolina - 48,718
  30. New York - 47,223
  31. Mississippi - 46,914
  32. Pennsylvania - 44,820
  33. Louisiana - 43,566
  34. Tennessee - 41,220
  35. Ohio - 40,953
  36. Kentucky - 39,732
  37. Virginia - 39,598
  38. Indiana - 35,870
  39. Maine - 30,865
  40. South Carolina - 30,111
  41. West Virginia - 24,087
  42. Maryland - 9,775
  43. Vermont - 9,249
  44. New Hampshire - 8,969
  45. Massachusetts - 7,838
  46. New Jersey - 7,418
  47. Hawaii - 6,423
  48. Connecticut - 4,845
  49. Delaware - 1,955
  50. Rhode Island - 1,045

Note: Washington, D.C. has an area of 61.4 square miles.