- How To Use Stately Knowledge:
- Stately Knowledge is designed as a reference resource to help you learn about the United States of America. The information contained in Stately Knowledge is for you to use.
- How do I move around Stately Knowledge?
- The Stately Knowledge homepage shows you a clickable map of the United States of America. Click on a state that you are interested in learning more about. If you’re not sure where to click, look for the name of the state you want to know about in the "State Quick Links" drop-down menu. You’ll also see the "State Quick Links" drop-down menu on every individual state’s page.
- What is on each state’s page?
- Once you’ve clicked on a state, you will be taken to that state’s page which contains…
- a map of the state’s location
- important facts about that state
- a picture of the state’s flag
- links to other World Wide Web pages about that state
(Note: those three links will take you away from Stately Knowledge!)
- fascinating facts about the state
- and a collection of famous people from that state
And as mentioned, you’ll find the "State Quick Links" drop-down menu at the top of each page.
- Well then, how do I download the state flag?
- Hover your mouse pointer over the flag that you want to save. Press the right-click button on your mouse. (Mac users with a single-button mouse should press "Control" or "Ctrl" key and click the mouse button.) Then select from the new menu that appears the "Save image to the Desktop" or "Save Image As…" option. Give the map a name and click "save" to save it to your Mac or Windows desktop or wherever you want.
- Why I can’t find one or more of a state’s sports teams?
- Due to time and personnel restraints, we only list professional sports teams from Major League Baseball (MLB), Major League Soccer (MLS), the National Basketball Association (NBA), the National Football League (NFL), the National Hockey League (NHL), and the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA). If we’re missing a team from one of these professional leagues or associations, please let us know.
Otherwise, look in the "Other State Links" section that we have for your state to try to find other sports teams for your state.
That’s it! Enjoy Stately Knowledge!