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United States of America the States and Territories

Alabama
December 14, 1819

Iowa
December 28, 1846


New Jersey
December 18, 1787


Vermont
March 4, 1791







Alaska
January 3, 1959


Kansas
January 29, 1861

New Mexico
January 6, 1912


Virginia
June 25, 1788







Arizona
February 14, 1912


Kentucky
June 1, 1792


New York
July 26, 1788

West Virginia
June 20, 1863








Arkansas
June 15, 1836


Louisiana
April 30, 1812


North Carolina
November 21, 1789


Wyoming
July 10, 1890








California
September 9, 1850


Maine
March 15, 1820


North Dakota
November 2, 1889


American Samoa
1899








Connecticut
January 9, 1788


Maryland
April 28, 1788


Ohio
August 7, 1953*
March 1, 1803


Antarctic Program
1959








Colorado
August 1, 1876


Massachusett
February 6, 1788


Oklahoma
November 16, 1907


Guam
1944








District of Columbia
February 21,1871


Michigan
January 26, 1837


Oregon
February 14, 1859


Midway Islands
1903








Delaware
December 7, 1787


Minnesota
May 11, 1858


Pennsylvania
December 12, 1787


Navassa Island
1857








Florida
March 3, 1845


Mississippi
December 10, 1817


Rhode Island
May 29, 1790


Northern Mariana Islands
1976








Georgia
January 2, 1788


Missouri
August 10, 1821


South Carolina
May 23, 1788


Puerto Rico
July 25, 1898








Hawaii
August 21, 1959


Montana
November 8, 1889


South Dakota
November 2, 1889


U.S. Virgin Islands
March 31, 1917







Idaho
July 3, 1890


Nebraska
March 1, 1867

Tennessee
June 1, 1796

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Illinois
December 3, 1818

Nevada
October 31, 1864

Texas
December 29, 1845

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Indiana
December 11, 1816

New Hampshire
June 21, 1788

Utah
January 4, 1896

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* Congress had never passed a resolution formally admitting Ohio as the 17th state. The current
custom of Congress declaring an official date of statehood did not begin until 1812, with Louisiana's
admission as the 18th state. Although no formal resolution of admission was required, when the
oversight was discovered in 1953, Ohio congressman George H. Bender
introduced a bill in Congress
to admit Ohio to the Union retroactive to March 1, 1803.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ohio#cite_note-9

Educational excersise:
Review the acts of Congress and the results of the five presidents from
Ohio and the decisions made by these presidents, and see if you can

determine what the outcomes would be with Ohio not being part of the
process.


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