When did Thomas Paine name the United States of America?
According to the National Archives <<The first known use of the formal term "United States of America" was in the Declaration of Independence. Thomas Paine, in February, 1776, had written of "Free and independent States of America." The terms "United Colonies," "United Colonies of America," "United Colonies of North America," and also "States," were used in 1775 and 1776.>> http://www.archives.gov/national-archives-experience/charters/constitution_q_and_a.html
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Answer . Jefferson coined it in the Declaration of Independence.\nMichael Montagne.
Alexander Hamilton . Alexander Hamilton is attributed with the first publishing of an official statement that identifies the country as the United States of America.
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Answer:. A common misconception is that America is named after Amerigo Vespucci, an Italian explorer who notably mapped the South American coast between 1500 and 1502. Howeve…r, newly dicovered lands were never named after a person's first name.. In fact, America is named after Richard Ameryk, a wealthy Welshman who was the main investor in a pioneering trans-Atlantic voyage by John Cabot, which reached Labrador in 1497, two years before Vespucci.
America was named after Amerigo Vespucci because he realized that the land was big enough to classified as Continent ...
Thomas Jefferson died fifty years after the signing of the Declaration of Independence.. He died on the same day as John Adams, the second president of the United States of A…merica. They were originally friends but became all but bitter political advesaries; they lived fairly close to each other; it's said that when one died, the other learned about it and more or less decided that he could die, also.. Thomas Jefferson was fundamentally responsible for the facts in Marbury v. Madison , 5 U.S. (1 Cranch) 137 ( 1803 ); the case all but created the power of the federal judiciary.
The 50 States of the United States of America: . Alabama - Montgomery . Alaska - Juneau . Arizona - Phoenix . Arkansas - Little Rock . California - Sacramento . Colorad…o - Denver . Connecticut - Hartford . Delaware - Dover . Florida - Tallahassee . Georgia - Atlanta . Hawaii - Honolulu . Idaho - Boise . Illinois - Springfield . Indiana - Indianapolis . Iowa - Des Moines . Kansas - Topeka . Kentucky - Frankfort . Louisiana - Baton Rouge . Maine - Augusta . Maryland - Annapolis . Massachusetts - Boston . Michigan - Lansing . Minnesota - St. Paul . Mississippi - Jackson . Missouri - Jefferson City . Montana - Helens . Nebraska - Lincoln . Nevada - Carson City . New Hampshire - Concord . New Jersey - Trenton . New Mexico - Santa Fe . New York - Albany . North Carolina - Raleigh . North Dakota - Bismarck . Ohio - Columbus . Oklahoma - Oklahoma City . Oregon - Salem . Pennsylvania - Harrisburg . Rhode Island - Providence . South Carolina - Columbia . South Dakota - Pierre . Tennessee - Nashville . Texas - Austin . Utah - Salt Lake City . Vermont - Montpelier . Virginia - Richmond . Washington - Olympia . West Virginia - Charleston . Wisconsin - Madison . Wyoming - Cheyenne
No, he was born in England, but spent most of his life in Pennsylvania. He moved to the colonies because Benjamin Franklin had faith in him since he was such a good writer. He… Wrote the "Common Sense" pamphlet and "The Crisis" pamphlet.
yea he did have a dad and A MOM
it was named after the man who discovered that the land Christophercolombus found was not Asia but it was a new land. so it was namedin honor of his name. his name was Amerigo… Vespucci Sorry to say that I cannot put a comment about this subject in theright place. Apparently, everybody believes that what is stated,above, that the USA is named after Amerigo Vespucci. If peopleconducted proper research they would find it is named after RichardAmeryk, a wealthy Welshman. However, who am I with my manyinternational publications and respected for going to primarysources for my research materials.
the colonist got the freedomthey wanted and deserved
thomas paine lived in Philadelphia then moved to new york
Thomas Paine moved to America just before the American revolution
George III is deposed
first of all. i have no clue who this is. so what he did? i dk :)