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They are a reminder to us of the 13 original colonies that gained us our liberty: New Hampshire, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, Pennsylvania, Deleware…, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia. for the 13 original colonies
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The thirteen stripes on the US Flag represent the original thirteen colonies.
They were called Colonies. They became the states of: Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Georgia, Connecticut, Massachussetts, Maryland,South Carolina, New Hampshire, Virgini…a, New York, North Carolina,and Rhode Island
You mean colonies. The 13 colonies (first 13 states) are: Rhode Island, New York, Delaware, Massachusets, New Hampshire, Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, …Maryland, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Georgia.
The United States government is not trying to unite 13 separate states.
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Southern Colonies -Virgina -South and North Carolina -Georgia -Maryland Middle Colonies -Pennsylvania -Maryland -New Jersey -Delaware -New York New Engla…nd Colonies -Massachusetts (Maine and Massachusetts were connected as one big colony back then) -Rhode Island -Connecticut That's all of them I believe and I think that is how they were separated.
they weren't called the united states until after 1776 past the time when there were only thirteen colonies.
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History 1130 is an introduction to the development of the United States from prehistoric beginnings to 1865. In a U. S. history class you are expected to learn information,… to analyze and discuss aspects of it, and to answer questions that require you know the facts and combine them in ways that will thoughtfully answer some complex questions. History 1130 fulfills three credits of the nine credits Social Science graduation requirement for the College of DuPage Associate of Arts Degree. It transfers as S2 900: United States History I in the Illinois Articulation Initiative Social Science Core Curriculum. Some questions this class may help you to answer:In what kinds of societies and cultures did Native Americans live?How did the Spanish, French, and British treat Native Americans?Why were the British colonies so different from each other?How did slavery get started and develop in the British colonies?What was the British point of view toward their American colonies?Was the Revolutionary War really justified?What did "all men are created equal" really mean? How did women, slaves and Native Americans respond to that meaning?What role did religion play in the founding of this nation?What rights are really granted by the constitution?How did "democracy" develop?How did political parties develop?How did the United States expand beyond the thirteen colonies?What role did women play in politics in the years before the Civil War?Why did political compromise and the political system fail in the years prior to the Civil War?How much responsibility does Lincoln bear in the beginning of the Civil War?How did the South win so many battles and lose the Civil War?Upon successful completion of the course the student should be able to do the following:Recognize the heritage of the United StatesIdentify the effects of the United States on the worldExplain historical causationDefine present evidences of the pastDemonstrate critical thinking skills in relation to history thank you so much for visiting madhap adhikari from nashville Tennessee 37211
There are 13 lines in the US flag because it shows that the USA started out as the 13 colonies, and shows how they have grown from there, the 50 white stars on the blue backgr…ound are for the current 50 states,
There actually were 14 colonies not thirteen, the little known one was Nova Scotia now a province of Canada it contained a large British garrison in Halifax it wasn't t going …to rebel against the king in the other colonies the rich and super rich wanted more power so they sponsored the rebellion everything else is really just American mythology
Chapter 13 title 11 United States code governs a certain type of bankruptcy in the United States. It allows individuals to undergo a financial re-organization that is supervis…ed by the Federal Bankruptcy Court.