Illinois

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State ning Illinois
Flag State seal
Bandera ning Illinois Sagisag ning Illinois
Palayo: Land of Lincoln, The Prairie State
Mapa ning United States with Illinois highlighted
Peka Amanu English
Tungku
Pekamaragul a Lakanbalen
Springfield
Chicago
Lapad
 - Eganagana 

 - Lapad 

 - Kaba  

 - % danum
 - Latitude
 - Longitude
Ranku 25th
57,918 sq mi 
149,998 km²
210 milya 
340 km
390 milya 
629 km
4.0
36°58'N to 42°30'N
87°30'W to 91°30'W
Populasyun
 - Total (2000)
 - Pangasiksik
Ranku 5th
12,419,293
223.4/sq. mi 
86.27/km² (11th)
Elevation
 - Pekamatas a lugal 

 - Kaustuan 

 - Pekamababang Lugal 

Charles Mound 1,235 pie 
376 m
600 pie 
182 m
279 pie 
85 m
Pangatanggap keng Union December 3, 1818 (21st)
Gobernador
Deng U.S. Senators
Pat Quinn (D)
Richard Durbin (D)
Roland Burris (D)
Oras zona Central: UTC-6/-5
Abbreviations IL US-IL
Web site www.illinois.gov

Ing State ning Illinois (/ɪlɨˈnɔɪ/ , pronounced ill-uh-noy), ing pang21 state metanggap keng United States ning America, iya ing pekamarakal a populasiun ampong atin samutsamut a populasiun[1] Midwestern state ampong pang5 pekamarakal diling populasiun a state ning bangsa.

Ing Chicago, ing pekamaragul diling lakanbalen king Illinois ampong king Midwest, a mayayakit ibat keng John Hancock Center
Ing Illinois, papakit no ring kayang maragul a lakanbalen ampong dalan
Lakanbalen Ene Peb Mar Abr May Jun Jul Ago Sep Oct Nob Dis
Cairo[2] 41/25 47/29 57/39 69/50 77/58 86/67 90/71 88/69 81/61 71/49 57/39 46/30
Chicago[3] 29/14 35/19 46/28 58/38 70/48 79/57 84/64 82/63 74/54 62/42 47/32 34/20
Moline[4] 30/12 36/18 48/29 62/39 73/50 83/60 86/64 84/62 76/53 64/42 48/30 34/18
Peoria[5] 31/14 37/20 49/30 62/40 73/51 82/60 86/65 84/63 77/54 64/42 49/31 36/20
Rockford[6] 27/11 33/16 46/27 59/37 71/48 80/58 83/63 81/61 74/52 62/40 46/29 32/17
Springfield[7] 33/17 39/22 51/32 63/42 74/53 83/62 86/66 84/64 78/55 67/44 51/34 38/23
Tumbagang pinggan meyakit king pre-Columbian a pakakutkut a karinan king Illinois.

pang19 dilanua[mag-edit | edit source]

Historical populations
Census Pop.
1800 2,458
1810 12,282 399.7%
1820 55,211 349.5%
1830 157,445 185.2%
1840 476,183 202.4%
1850 851,470 78.8%
1860 1,711,951 101.1%
1870 2,539,891 48.4%
1880 3,077,871 21.2%
1890 3,826,352 24.3%
1900 4,821,550 26%
1910 5,638,591 16.9%
1920 6,485,280 15%
1930 7,630,654 17.7%
1940 7,897,241 3.5%
1950 8,712,176 10.3%
1960 10,081,158 15.7%
1970 11,113,976 10.2%
1980 11,426,518 2.8%
1990 11,430,602 0%
2000 12,419,293 8.6%
Illinois Population Density Map
Ing Soldier Field kaibat ning kayang pangasamasan.

Dalerayan[mag-edit | edit source]

  1. Stephen Ohlemacher (May 17, 2007). "Analysis ranks Illinois most average state", Associated Press. 
  2. "Average Weather for Cairo, IL",weather.com
  3. "Chicago Weather", ustravelweather.com
  4. "Moline Weather", ustravelweather.com
  5. "Peoria Weather", ustravelweather.com
  6. "Rockford Weather", ustravelweather.com
  7. "Springfield Weather", ustravelweather.com
Bandera ning  Illinois State ning Illinois
Paksa Amlat | Government | Pamagsiasat | Kalinangan
Tungku Springfield
Labuad Champaign-Urbana | Chicagoland | Driftless Zone | Fox Valley | Little Egypt | Metro-East | American Bottom | Quad Cities
Peka Syudad Alton | Aurora | Belleville | Berwyn | Bloomington | Burbank | Calumet City | Champaign | Chicago | Crystal Lake | Decatur | DeKalb | Des Plaines | Elgin | Elmhurst | Evanston | Joliet | Kankakee | Moline | Naperville | Park Ridge | Peoria | Quincy | Rockford | Rock Island | Springfield | St. Charles | Urbana | Wheaton | Waukegan
Peka maragul a Balen at Barriu

Addison | Arlington Heights | Bartlett | Bolingbrook | Buffalo Grove | Carol Stream | Carpentersville | Cicero | Downers Grove | Elk Grove Village | Glenview | Hoffman Estates | Lombard | Mount Prospect | Normal | Oak Lawn | Oak Park | Oswego | Orland Park | Palatine | Schaumburg | Skokie | Tinley Park

Counties Adams | Alexander | Bond | Boone | Brown | Bureau | Calhoun | Carroll | Cass | Champaign | Christian | Clark | Clay | Clinton | Coles | Cook | Crawford | Cumberland | DeKalb | DeWitt | Douglas | DuPage | Edgar | Edwards | Effingham | Fayette | Ford | Franklin | Fulton | Gallatin | Greene | Grundy | Hamilton | Hancock | Hardin | Henderson | Henry | Iroquois | Jackson | Jasper | Jefferson | Jersey | Jo Daviess | Johnson | Kane | Kankakee | Kendall | Knox | La Salle | Lake | Lawrence | Lee | Livingston | Logan | Macon | Macoupin | Madison | Marion | Marshall | Mason | Massac | McDonough | McHenry | McLean | Menard | Mercer | Monroe | Montgomery | Morgan | Moultrie | Ogle | Peoria | Perry | Piatt | Pike | Pope | Pulaski | Putnam | Randolph | Richland | Rock Island | Saline | Sangamon | Schuyler | Scott | Shelby | St. Clair | Stark | Stephenson | Tazewell | Union | Vermilion | Wabash | Warren | Washington | Wayne | White | Whiteside | Will | Williamson | Winnebago | Woodford
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