|Area||145,932 mi²||110,567 mi²|
|GDP (2017)||$4.87 trillion||$159 billion|
- In the early 20th century, Japanese immigrants began to settle in Nevada. According to a 1910 Las Vegas census, 62 Japanese residents lived among a population of about 2,000.
- Most Japanese immigrants were farmers, while some helped to build Nevada’s infrastructure, such as the Hoover Dam.